12 Songs, 48 Minutes


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4.0 out of 5
514 Ratings
514 Ratings
DrewAlmighty ,

The Prophets are Back!

Lostprophets are back with a bang. An awesome album from start to finish. Rooftops is going to be one of the best songs of the year. I think the Prophets come out with a song every 2 years that blows you away, from Shinobi vs. Dragon, to Last Train Home, to now with Rooftops. Definitley worth the money!

DaveLezotte ,

Another band losing their edge

Lostprophets used to merge turntable nu-metal with hardcore-style dual vocals and breakdowns. They were an exciting band to watch on the 2002 Ozzfest tour...I even got to meet the guys. However, they've changed a lot since then. Some people will say they've matured and changed with the times, but they sound like nothing special to me on this album. They don't stand out amongst the pack like they used to. I'm not saying to keep doing the same music, but seriously...this might be the true fake sound of progress.

3ebfan513 ,

Album for Liberating Your Life

As indicated by the huge first single, 'Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)'. The Lostprophets are taking thier music that is huge in the UK and bringing it over to the states in an even larger way. This album is the most accomplished, well produced, lyrically and musically pleasing release than thier first 2 albums. It is somewhat of a step away from the old stuff however. But as lead track 'Everyday Combat' suggests, the band hasn't forgotten their roots. The next single will probably be 'A Town Called Hypocrisy', followed by the obvious choice for a single 'Broken Hearts, Torn Up Letters and the Story of a Lonely Girl'. With this release the Lostprophets will gain many fans from both countries. Overall, this is a fantastic album. It is well worth your money. Pretty soon, as the chorus of 'Rooftops(A Liberation Broadcast)' says, you also will be screaming your heart out.

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