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Full Circle

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Full Circle
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Enemy
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Shame
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Reborn
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Reason I'm Alive
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Soldiers
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Paralyzed
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Up Side Down
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37 Stitches
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No More
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Love
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Duet
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Rebell Yell
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 48:57

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Great rock

OblongRobber

I am a hard rock/metal fan but did not like "Bodies." When I first heard "37 Stitches," I couldn't believe it was the same band, and other tunes are equally good. Highly recommend the download if you like hard rock with strong vocals.

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A little softer, but a lot more melodic metal

EMUSIC-00FAC70E

This album is a little bit softer than some of the older drowning pool, but you cant deny that they did put together some great tracks here. And the lyrics can be understood, a lot better than some of those other so-called metal bands, and some of those major label bands that aretoo good and expensive for Emusic. As for everyone else, stop complaining about the service, your whining has nothing to do about good music!

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Excellent Album

oboedude

Nice hard rock album. I highly recommend it.

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I think people need to keep in mind...

TalorTheeInvincible

Emusic has been a site purely for the independant, non-mainstream bands out there. If you aren't looking for underground music... Stick to your iTunes

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Um. HELLO!

Stesspac

This is an INDEPENDENT music site. You know, good music. Not watered down junk. If you want major label crap, go to your local Walmart.

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Why the hatin?

MrFixitOnline

Wow, unusual number of emusic criticism on this specific album, weird. I, for one, am happy to have some DP on the site at all - eMusic said they do not carry main labels, so having DP at all is a treat. Enjoy it.

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not really many GOOD song choices

te_gibbs

luckily, they actually have one of Drowning Pool's albums on here, although this site forgot the other two albums. actually this site forgot to put all the songs that almost all people recognize. not even bands that i like are not listed. after downloading Drowning Pool's Full Circle, I'm canceling my account on this site

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What the hell is that Pyle?!?

ranger_man90

So is this site ever going to have some music added that doesn't suck? Everything I type gets the response "cannot find that artist/track/album/etc etc". I guess I should feel lucky that you atleast have something of Drowning Pool's...

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if you put bodies on DON'T tell my dad!

buca37

every morning my dad pulls me out of bed by my feet singing"let the bodies hit the floor, let the bodies hit the floor" if i'm awake or not. bodies would make this a 5 star album. so PLEASE put bodies on for me!but DON'T TELL MY DAD!XD

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Where's Bodies?

mrsskinner04

This cd is good, but What about their other cd's? Where's Bodies? Went see Drowning Pool & Saliva live at the house of blues recently. It was awesome! Their new singer actually did pretty good singing bodies, and their definately was bodies everywhere during that song.

They Say All Music Guide

First off, Drowning Pool are docked points for not featuring Jesse Jane on the cover of Full Circle, but then again, the Jenna Jameson wannabe never quite seemed appropriate for Drowning Pool, who never quite seemed to capture the sleazy girlz, girlz, girlz vibe a porn star cover girl lends a band. No, the band returns to a gloomy black-and-white cover photo, as if we’ve been plunged back into the murkiness of a Saw dungeon, which is a pretty fair representation of the roiling torment of Full Circle. It’s an album filled with drop-D tunings and grinding grunge riffs hammered into submission as if they were pure, processed metal. Often, this comes across as a flattened Stone Temple Pilots crossed with Alice in Chains, but instead of being either the unabashed revival of Puddle of Mudd or the lunkheaded arena rock of Nickelback, Drowning Pool concentrate on slick, stylized angst that theoretically could play with teenagers, assuming that they’d be into this music in 2007. The thing about this glossy gloom is that Drowning Pool aren’t good at the murk: they’re good at the riffs, they’re good at piecing together hooks, they’re good at the rhythms — all the things that make them sound like a heavy party band. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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