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Customer Reviews

An Expendables Classic!!!

Just bought this cd at midnight and it's sick!!! Definitely the best Expendables cd yet. These guys have come a long way since I started seeing them in cali in 2002....the album has something for everyone from the chill vibe of wells to the heavy iron maiden influences of DCB to the catchy lines in dance girl dance. Guitar work is off the chart. G Love is on here too on wells which is a nice surprise, and some of the stoopid guys play horns which makes sense cause it's on stoopid records!! All around great album. They rip it live too, I just saw them on the last tour, definitely a show worth seeing.

not gonna lie...

...I'm a little disappointed. The Expendables are one of my all-time favorite bands and I've been very eagerly awaiting this album. I respect the fact that they're progressing in their music, like any good band should, but I think they've just gone in a direction that is a little less to my liking. I will say that the guitar work is pretty good but Prove It just doesn't have the same vibe as their previous albums.


I'm a huge fan of these guys but this album was a huge let down, enough to where I thought I would write my first review. Listening to this album left me with same feeling as watching a hot super model destroy herself with plastic surgery. There are a few good tracks but I expected more from these guys, I cant believe it's getting as many good reviews as it is... What do I know.


Formed: Santa Cruz, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Santa Cruz, California-based outfit the Expendables play reggae, ska, pop, punk, and surf-influenced rock tailor-made for sun-baked good times. Formed in 1997 and kin to other West Coast reggae-inspired jam bands such as Dance Hall Crashers, Reel Big Fish, and Pepper, the quartet, which features the talents of Geoff Weers on guitar and vocals, Raul Bianchi on lead guitar, Ryan Demars on bass, and Adam Patterson on drums and vocals, self-released two albums in 2006, and then released Gettin' Filthy...
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