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The Great Revival

Stuck Mojo

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Please just stop

Just change the name already...it's crap!!! Rich you should know better come on man...this is not MOJO...it's sad...

What happened?

For those of you who enjoyed this band's music from the album "Declaration of a Headhunter" and before, then this album is not for you. Every song on this album is a desperate attempt of trying to experiment with different sounds and styles of music. I'm not against trying to experiment but, when one song is a rip-off of Godsmack and another is a copy of Faith No More, then I lose respect. I will admit that the song "Country Road" is a pretty good cover of the John Denver version. I highly suggest you pick and choose amongst the songs you like or check out their older albums.

metal head will not like, lovers of all music will love.

It's good, it's just very differnet from their original metal roots, a tad bit more hiphop based and they add in some soul to it, metal head would/will be thrown off by this by music lovers should like this, its mix of many different styles, something were seeing less and less of. I still like their metal albums better but this is an album to be appreciated, it takes talent to play these different types of styles. Too much of anything is bad, you want to find happy medieums, and this is one of those types of happy ballances

Biography

Formed: 1995

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Having gotten their start in 1993, Stuck Mojo was always an easy target for criticism, if not for their use of fusion of metal and rap — "overdue" or "generic" were the most common jabs — and even bigotry from those unable to accept their African-American frontman Bonz. Regardless of the negative or demeaning heckles when they first started in their home base of Atlanta, GA, Stuck Mojo continued on and eventually scored a deal with Century Media Records in 1994. With the accompaniment...
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