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Disappointed. Big time. :[

I found out about BOTDF last year and I was in love. Their music made me smile. It made me laugh. And when Epic came out, I was even more in love. It was one of my favourite albums ever. When I heard about All The Rage, I was excited.

But when I heard PLUR, I was disappointed. It was like they were trying too hard to send a message. There wasn't screaming or the old BOTDF. It was a new BOTDF I didn't like as much. GFA was okay, but when I heard Bewitched I realized this was a whole new BOTDF. They weren't being true to themselves. Don't get me wrong, the sexual lyrics were annoying at times, but it was always upbeat and made me smile. None of the tracks on ATR make me smile like that.

They're not being themselves. It's like they're trying to manufacture themselves to be something that appeals to everyone, like they want to be just another band. They were original before. Now, they aren't. They sound like any other generic electronica band on the radio. And it makes me sad. There's no more screaming, no more screwed-up lyrics, nothing that can make me laugh or smile. They're trying too hard. This isn't Blood On The Dance Floor.

I don't know how much I love them anymore. I always thought they were original, insane and amazing. And they lost all of those aspects. :c


Not gunna lie I'm pretty disapointed... One of the main reasons I fell in love with them was their screams which are all replaced by rap now.. Hope they bring back the screaming soon.

To all SGTC

All The Rage! is a new direction for BOTDF it's a great album with catchy choruses and fun lyrics. Although they're not all sexual Xx3 is the only song on the album where you'll find sexual lyrics. BOTDF can't always be talking about sex. Don't be disappointed because they don't have a lot of screaming in All The Rage! They only started screaming with the Diamond album. Even Epic didn't have that much screaming so don't be upset. Every artist needs to try new things to grow and if they make mistakes they learn from them. All The Rage Will leave you wanting more!


Genre: Electronic

A "scene" act known for mixing electro-pop, emo, hardcore-influenced screaming, and outlandish hair and fashion, Blood on the Dance Floor is primarily the project of Orlando, Florida's Dahvie Vanity. Inspired by Jeffree Star's flamboyant look and sound, Vanity -- who is also a Tigi-trained hairdresser and "Elite Hair God" -- started Blood on the Dance Floor in 2007 and self-released his first album, Let's Start a Riot, on New Year's Day 2008. While touring in support of the album, Vanity met Garrett...
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