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The Sun Comes Out Tonight (Bonus Track Version)

Filter

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Filter is Richard Patrick and a revolving cast of musicians. As long as Patrick holds the reins and puts his Filter cap on, it's going to sound like the band that emerged in the '90s as yet another fine, hard-edged group whose commercial viability would've been unthinkable just a few short years earlier. All these years later, the hooks are brighter and the sounds slightly smoother. Or perhaps our ears have grown accustomed to songs with catchy choruses and obscenities, as the lead-off track, "We Hate It When You Get What You Want," displays so brilliantly. Just the sixth Filter studio album, The Sun Comes Out Tonight may not forge much new ground—though the poppy "Surprise" is unlikely enough to fulfill that goal—but it delivers a hard edge when necessary. Tracks such as "Self-Inflicted," "Burn It," and "Take That Knife Out of My Back" encourage aggressive driving, assertive moshing, and enough heartfelt catharsis to make them essential listens for hard rock fans of any era.

Customer Reviews

This is Filter!

My guilty pleasure...
Who ever produced this captured the essence of what makes Richard Patrick a genius. Take note all you scream o teenage boy bands, this is real angst not some formulaic flavor of the month musical style. Can't wait to see these guys live in Baton Rouge in a few weeks.

Always Amazing!

Wrong Trustno124!! He's a powderer keg! You need a hearing aid. Although Rock fans have really diversified over the last 10 year we can all agree that music has really turned wimpy. A lot of Fluff.. But when I heard that filter was releasing new music I was excited.. FILTER keeps it real. No one has had their heart broken like Richard Patrick. He's always been true to himself, through his art.. honesty is the key! Through that darkness there is light at the end of the tunnel.

A must own for sure… Like all filters other work.

Are you guys on crack? Giving this more than 2 stars!

I grew up loving Filter. I've bought every single song they produced. Well now I'm done. I've been listening to this album over and over again TRYING to like it. I just can't do it! Short Bus was obviously their best album to date. Since then, they've become more and more poppy and soft. This new album is as soft as can be. They've gone N'SYNC. Too bad Richard Patrick is dwelling on their #2 biggest hit in "take a picture". Everything he's done since the second album has followed that same poppy sound. I wish they would've followed what put them on the map. SHORT BUS!!!! Obviously Richard is a sell out! I don't mean to hate. I've just put a lot of time and HOPE into Filter that they would've gone back to their roots.

Biography

Formed: 1993

Genre: Rock

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

Richard Patrick, an early touring member of Nine Inch Nails, met Brian Liesegang and the two began to record together under the name Filter. Their debut album, Short Bus, released on Reprise in 1995, became a surprise hit thanks to the single "Hey Man, Nice Shot"; by the end of the summer, the album had reached gold status. Liesegang departed in 1997 over creative differences, but Patrick retained the Filter name for 1999's Title of Record, which eventually went platinum and spawned...
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