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I expected better

It's an alright album. The best song by far is America. Everything else is just meh. The lyrics on just about every song is laughable, it's all just swear words and talking about sex, we have enough rappers doing that. Deuce showed potential when I heard America, it had great lyrics, great meaning, and just an overall great sound. I expected so much more from Deuce who was allegedly the one who created Hollywood Undead's album Swan Songs (which I doubt he did that much after hearing this album).

This is good?

Half the songs sound like Eminem covers. The other half have absolutely no evolution, no improvement from Swan Songs. Deuce has one sound; HU has five. This album isn't worthy of the comparisons to Swan Songs because there is none of the harmony seen between Deuce, Charlie, Funny Man, and so on. Deuce better find some new talent or he's going the way of the dinosaur.

Deuce rocks it!

Nine Lives has arrived and it does not disappoint. Nine Lives is a true sequel to Swan Songs and it delivers in every way, shape and form.

Highly recommend. Deuce, Gadget (Kinda Major), Truth, Jeffree Star, and all the other guests on this album do amazing. You owe it to your ears to get this album.

Nine Lives (Bonus Track Version), Deuce
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, Hard Rock, Hip-Hop/Rap, Rap
  • Released: Apr 24, 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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