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Chuck

If you didn't know the history behind this album, you would typically think that Sum 41 is just another struggling band that is trying to recreate its image from the bratty pop-punk style to the hard[er]-rock type in efforts to gain new audiences. Fortunately, we don't have to brand Sum 41 with that stigma; Chuck is the resultant album from the band's depressing trip to the Republic of Congo. Although Sum 41's rather hackneyed theme of "who's to blame?" can get repetitive at times, the songs themselves have great vocals (Sum 41 is the only band that I can say effectively blends singing and screaming, if you can believe it), instrumentals, and tunes. The driving ballads of their faster songs keep you engaged, and the slow songs are well-placed. The consistant theme of questioning humanity in this album could again lead you to think that Sum 41 is jumping on the bandwagon with their new style, yet the band's original sound (and, of course, the unique vocal style of the lead singer) keeps them just that - original. With Chuck, Sum 41 has shown that they can reach a new and different level of sound, and I think we can expect another great album from them in the future. Highlights of this album include "No Reason," "We're All to Blame," "Some Say," "Pieces," and "88."

Chuckin' Great.

This is Sum 41's best album yet; their old work is classic, but they grew up a bit with Chuck. In addition to having an incredible story behind the name, this album is a brillaint mix of loud, classic Sum 41 (We're All to Blame, No Reason, Welcome to Hell) and new, slower, more mature music that makes the listener think (Pieces, There's No Solution, Some Say). For old Sum 41 fans, this is absolutely a must-have. Those experiencing Sum 41 for the first time (and don't want to buy the whole album) should probably try We're All to Blame, Pieces, and No Reason to get a feel for who Sum 41 is. The lyrics in this album (brilliantly performed by Deryck Whibley) are meaningful and interesting, and the extreme guitar and drums in the background defines Sum 41's style. The fusion of intense rock and meaningful lyrics make Chuck an excellent addition to any collection, and eptiomizes the band's unique personality.

This album is pretty good......

This album was good but the last song (which really isn't on the album) is really gay I mean How the fudge do you get Ludacris out of Sum 41. Also the songs Were good. *Intro* **** Pretty good for just 48 seconds. Nice Guitar solo. *No Reason* ***** One Of the best songs on this Album! *We're All To Blame* **** This songs is good but the Lyrics were Kinda wierd. *Angels With Dirty Faces* **** This song is good, Good guitar, and Drums but the solo at the begginning was the thing that killed the whole song. *Some Say* *** Some parts *most of the song* was way too soft. *The Bitter End* ***** Very Hard, that is what most rockers come for not the soft stuff. *Open Your Eyes* ***** Once again this song is hard but the lead singer *i don't know his name* says the stuff like really fast. *Slipping Away* ** One of the WORST songs on this album, it was WAY too Soft. *I'm Not The One* **** Pretty good a little soft at the beggining but the middle changed my mind, i was almost going to rate it a 2. *Welcome To Hell* **** Really good song, pretty hard through out the whole song. *Pieces* ***** One of the best songs on this album, even though it is soft the Lyrics make so much sence. *There's No Solution* *** This song Remined me of *I'm Not The One* because it was soft in the begginnig but it kept getting harder and then softer and then harder. *88* ***** The Greatest Sum 41 song that was ever written, and the Greatest song on this album! It wasnt too soft and it was very hard and the Lyrics made so much sence.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1996 en Ajax, Ontario, Canada

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Los Sum 41, artistas de Ontario, con su bullanguera mezcla de riffs del punk pop, sus poses hip hop y su humor de letrina lograron un contrato con Island en 1999 –que lanzó el EP Half Hour of Power y el muy divertido álbum All Killer No Filler. Los singles "In Too Deep" y "Fat Lip" prendieron fuerte tanto en la radio moderna como en la rockera; luego emprendieron una extensa gira. En 2002, retornaron con Does This Look...
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