14 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Some artists arrive so fully formed, they make an instant impact. The 2000 debut album from this Chicago metal four-piece is a heavy classic, thanks to its masterful welding of catchy hooks and creepy sound effects to stomping power riffs. David Draiman’s dynamic vocals shift between clean, staccato rapping and harsh screams, pushing standouts like “Down With the Sickness” and “Stupify” into nu-metal territory. Meanwhile, the electronic elements on “The Game” and a bold remake of Tears for Fears’ hit “Shout” nail Disturbed’s experimental streak.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Some artists arrive so fully formed, they make an instant impact. The 2000 debut album from this Chicago metal four-piece is a heavy classic, thanks to its masterful welding of catchy hooks and creepy sound effects to stomping power riffs. David Draiman’s dynamic vocals shift between clean, staccato rapping and harsh screams, pushing standouts like “Down With the Sickness” and “Stupify” into nu-metal territory. Meanwhile, the electronic elements on “The Game” and a bold remake of Tears for Fears’ hit “Shout” nail Disturbed’s experimental streak.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
217 Ratings
217 Ratings
madcoold ,

Awesome

This album is great. It's cool hearing the songs remastered. Great album.

Marshall4Life ,

The Sickness still lives

One of the greatest bands by far in this world

mynamesnotzelda ,

finally itunes puts up God of the Mind

But the bass riff is the exact same one as KoRn's Blind.

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