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You Made Me

Josh Todd

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Album Review

As the former lead singer of Buck Cherry, Josh Todd had a hard rock edge that worked. On this album, his first under his own moniker, the performer offers up a series of slick, radio-friendly rock tunes that are slightly catchy but far from memorable. In fact, disposable might be a crueler but more honest assessment. Such an example is the opening "Mind Infection," which veers all over the musical map from rock to grunge to a metal-cum-nu metal malaise. The Limp Bizkit style of "Broken" and "Blast" has a nice opening, but then descends into something Methods of Mayhem or Crazy Town might try on for size. The buildup to the chorus is OK, but then completely misses the mark. The softer touches on "The Walls" seems safe, but far too clichéd despite the improved chorus and arrangement. The tighter power riffs on "Flowers & Cages" fares better, sounding like an angry Jimmy Eat World in places. Possibly the highlight is "Shine," which recalls Creed or Collective Soul as guitarists Mike Hewitt and Jesse Logan live up to its song title. The melodic "Afraid" follows a similar blueprint with Todd singing more than growling. However, one sleeper is the mid-tempo pop/rock of "Circles," which is far catchier and infectious than nearly everything else presented. The play-by-numbers rave up "Straight Jacket" brings to mind a military-styled Nine Inch Nails as Todd echoes the refrain often. The last few numbers are basically filler, including the appropriately titled "Wasted."

Customer Reviews


For those who have ever seen Buckcherry live they know of the tattooed frontman Josh Todd, a masterful singer who puts on a show unrivaled in rock today. His debut solo album, which hit the scene during a Buckcherry hiatus, holds the same power as a live show and the studio production of the finest rock production wihle still maintaining an indie feel. If you love Buckcherry's brand of rock akin to Motley Crue's good old days you will like it but if you like other harder rock from the 90's like the Deftones you will also find a great album. Josh's lyrics and voice are, like always, spot on and the album is full of songs that you will play over and over again. I haven't found a rock album that compares to it since it's release.

Josh Todd, reborn

Having just heard about this album, I love it. Josh Todd has an amazing voice. For the people who wrote the Itunes staff review, they know nothing of good music. Trying to make this album seem like a waste of music potential. Stop trying to compare it to other bands and accept that its Josh Todd. And will always be Josh Todd. Like always Apple has no taste in music.

Good Album

This is a really good album. If your a fan of Buckcherry then you will love it. Def worth buying. It rocks

You Made Me, Josh Todd
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