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geez you people are rough when it comes to ratings, i mean come on! show some respect! these guys lost their lead singer, Rest in Peace Dave Williams (1972-2002), and they had the spirit to move on and keep making rocking music, which is what they did! songs such as Step Up and Enemy may be done by a different singer, but they're still Drowning Pool songs. did i forget to mention this album has a 10 minute long version of Bodies?! YES! I SALUTE YOU DROWNING POOL! ROCK ON!

Mix of the New & The Old

To those who say that Drowning Pool will never be the same without their deceased original singer, move on. Theres plenty other bands out there to listen to. But those of you who've at least liked their last few albums then keep on rocking, their new singer is great and brings something new to the band. Couple of songs on the CD though, like bodies and sinner don't fit, but otherwise, this album is a pretty good live album.

not their best

its a great loss for any band to lose its singer. i wouldn't spend my $ on it, but the thing isnt horrible, just not great.


Formed: 1996 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Rock

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

Dallas-based heavy metal group Drowning Pool was one of the most promising bands upon their debut in the early 2000s. The project represented the vision of drummer Mike Luce and guitarist C.J. Pierce, who formed the band after relocating from New Orleans to Dallas and hooking up with bassist Stevie Benton. Although they initially performed as an instrumental trio, their sound coalesced with the arrival of Dave "Stage" Williams as vocalist. Drowning Pool experienced success from the outset. When a...
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