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4.6 out of 5
38 Ratings
38 Ratings
ThatRandomMusicGuy ,

ITunes Screwed Up

I don't know what is wrong with Itunes. This album was not made in 1990 it was made in 2004. I mean it says 2004 J Records at the top. But overall this is a great album. The best songs in my opinion are Pride, Redefine, Remember, Deny Me, Something Real, and Obsession. But I would still get the whole album.

TrapperJohn1210 ,

Good, solid rock album.

Soil is not the greatest band in the world, but I don't mean this as an insult. While their music isn't necessarily new or innovative, it gets the jobs done. REDEFINE is an album of 11 perfectly measured good, solid hard rock songs. It does feature a couple of stand out tracks ("Pride," "Cross My Heart," and the title track), but overall there isn't one song on the album worth skipping over. Perfect for working out, running, or driving. Check this out if you are into hard rock. You won't be disappointed at all.

Dimeday128 ,

Really Good

While being a terribly underrated band, Soil was able to create a great hardcore following at the grass roots level. Soil was haunted by lack of support from their crappy label. While having some radio success with "Redefine", this album is highlighted by the excellent tunes "Pride", "Can You Heal Me", "Something Real" and "Obsession".

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