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Editors’ Notes

The menacing masks the band wears onstage have been completely updated, but much of the music on Hollywood Undead’s third record will sound familiar to fans of its previous releases: a furious mix of metal guitars, unruly rhymes, and occasional journeys into contemporary hip-hop. But if Notes from the Underground is spiked with the band’s notoriously ill-mannered intensity, tunes like “We Are” and “Dead Bite” also show that Hollywood Undead is increasingly adept at making singles that are both shockingly vicious and broadly appealing.

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Emermergerd

I was skeptical at first but this is exactly like swan songs and american tradegdy had a child its pretty good has meaning love it

They're back...

After a pretty poor effort in AT (imo), Hollywood Undead returns strong for their 3rd full-length LP. Boasting not only good party songs, but also heavy rock songs that were mostly absent from their last showing, the album should be to the liking for all HU fans, and maybe even others as well.

Dead Bite (7/10) - A fine start to the album, but not great. Danny sings with an evil tone, and Charlie throws in some funny lines, but there's not much more than that.
From The Ground (9.5/10) - After a short intro, guitars explode and the album really gets going. The track not only has a catchy, soft chorus, but also great screaming, and even Da Kurlz gets in on the action. The final pre-chorus is especially thunderous.
Another Bottle Down (6/10) - A somewhat catchy song, but nothing special.
Lion (9/10) - Another good rock song with some good piano involved as well. One of the stronger tracks on the album. Very good raps from Johnny 3 Tears here.
We Are (9.5/10) - The lead single of the album, and rightfully so. The song has a solid rock chorus, and some strong rapping as well.
Pigskin (5.5/10) - A funny party-type song, but less catchy than some of HU's best. Certainly worse than Everywhere I Go, No. 5, etc.
Rain (8.5/10) - A great ballad-esque offering that has Charlie take the helm on the chorus, with Johnny primarily leading the verses.
Kill Everyone (8.5/10) - Despite the title, which turns up in the chorus' lyrics as well, which I really dislike (reminds me of Deuce's solo album) due to unnecessary aggressive simplicity, the song is actually very good. A very strong rock song with one of the album's catchiest choruses, a catchy pre-chorus, and aggressive rapping as well.
Up In Smoke (6.5/10) - Another party song. By no means a bad song, but once again, not as funny or catchy a party song as were on Swan Songs.
Believe (7.5/10) - Some very good lyricism helps a mediocre song become memorable here. Danny is too pop-soft on this song, but there's still some good background instrumentation and J-dog bosses.
Outside (10/10) - My personal favorite of the album. Vocally emotional and the 2nd heaviest song on the album. Danny lets his voice go on this one, belting out the chorus. Pianos also contribute to a strong instrumental environment. Phenomenal track.

Bonus Tracks:
Medicine (7.5/10) - Kind've a party song I guess, but its actually pretty good. Interesting chorus, which is especially good the last time around.
One More Bottle (8.5/10) - Definitely a party song, but this time its a strong one; reminds me of Comin' in Hot - slightly less catchy, but much funnier. Extremely simple, vulgar, but hysterical lyrics.
Delish (8/10) - Another party song - also better than any regular album party track imo. Definitely some laughs on this one as well, and a catchy chorus as well. Funny Man takes the lead.
I Am (?/10) - Unfortunately, haven't heard this track yet, but hopefully its sick.

Awesome album from HU - certainly competes with Swan Songs for their best album. Its party songs are definitely worse than SS, although the bonus tracks almost make up the difference. The rock songs, however, may be just as good.

Top Tracks: From The Ground, Lion, We Are, Kill Everyone, Outside, One More Bottle

Ummmm?

They changed, they went from amazing to well this. This isnt that great at all the only good songs are the singles they released and the rest of the cd just was not good at all. It's sad when Deuce sounds more like HU then Hollywood Undead themselves... I took Deuce over the split they need him back. Note to the band, less time on arts and crafts, more time spent on your music please. I wanna hear the old hollywood undead!

Biography

Formed: June, 2005 in Hollywood, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hollywood Undead hail (unsurprisingly) from the streets of Hollywood, California, mixing brash hip-hop, rock, and minor metalcore touches with cocky posturing and thug attitudes. Owing much of their popularity and exposure to the social networking monster MySpace, the group — whose members usually wear masks on-stage — started as the musical project of J-Dog and Tha Producer in June 2005. They uploaded some new music to their profile and very quickly started amassing song plays and online...
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