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Album Review

Nonpoint's eponymous seventh album sees them moving ever closer to the corporate rock of Nickelback or 3 Doors Down, which may seem like a long way removed from their Floridian nu-metal roots alongside Limp Bizkit, Cold, and other musical crimes against humanity, but shouldn't shock nearly as much as the band's astonishing endurance through the years. Face it, you just can't get rid of these guys! But staying on point — Nonpoint — it should be noted that typical new offerings like "Lights, Camera, Action," "Left for You," and "Go Time" actually retain the rhythmic thrust and poorly barked raps of nu-metal, even as they simultaneously pine for mainstream radio acceptance with more emphatic melodies and repetitive choruses. The even more restrained, acoustic guitar-laced "Another Mistake" shows even greater affinity for the corporate rock tycoons cited above, leaving no doubt that Nonpoint will gleefully embrace that audience if it embraces them, and will then just as eagerly move on to pop/rock, dance music or, heck, the "Macarena," if that's where the money is. After all, Nonpoint always had their eye on riding trending bandwagons, and even though just two original members are still around (those being Elias Soriano and drummer Robb Rivera), that philosophy clearly overrides all else on this self-titled release. And why not? It sure seems that going with the flow keeps working for Nonpoint, someway, somehow.

Customer Reviews

Great compilation

Nonpoint is one of those bands that continued making great music when no one was paying attention. With this album, maybe listeners will go back in time and fix that!!

The 'Best Of' Statement and Development

While this wasn't what I was expecting when I saw "Best Of" (I was thinking The Truth, Alive and Kicking, even In The Air Tonight, etc) these songs take me back to Nonpoint's earlier releases, such as Statement and Development. Their earlier CDs were the best, and these songs pretty much represent that. I think their newest CD, Miracle, is by far their worst outing. But Nonpoint is such a diverse and incredible band. They can rock out with the best of them, and then they can can turn out amazing acoustic versions (check out Cut the Cord). This 'Best Of' is basically the best of Statement and Development, and that's fine by me.

great album, NONPOINT ROCKS

Hey if you like NONPOINT not only do you have great taste but you are also good-looking! If you like NONPOINT you will not be disappointed with their latest release. The best of album is obviously what NONPOINT thinks is their best, and who is to argue with the artists who have created the music?


Formed: 1997

Genre: Rock

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

Formed in Miami in 1997, Nonpoint is an alternative metal/rap-metal foursome whose members have included vocalist Elias Soriano, drummer Robb Rivera, guitarist Andrew Goldman and bassist Ken "KB" MacMillan. Occasionally, the bilingual Soriano sings and raps in Spanish, although the vast majority of Nonpoint's lyrics are in English. Nonpoint's first CD, Separate Yourself, was released independently in 1997 and was followed by 1999's Struggle on Jugular and 2000's Statement on MCA. After several tours...
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