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From Chaos
From Chaos
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock, Metal
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All Artists: 311
Title: From Chaos
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 1
Label: Volcano
Release Date: 6/19/2001
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B, Rock, Metal
Styles: Pop Rap, Funk, Rap Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 614223218427, 638592101524, 828765347129

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Karen B. from GULFPORT, MS
Reviewed on 4/26/2012...
This isn't their best album, but the band stays true to their unique sound. And I don't care what anyone else says; "Amber" is my favorite!
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Mike M. (HeyMelo27) from MILFORD, MA
Reviewed on 7/6/2011...
awesome cd. one of their most popular cd's.
0 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.

CD Reviews

Aging with clarity....
Kurb | Central America | 06/20/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"First things first. 311, singer Nick Hexum,Chad Sexton,"SA" Doug Martinez, guitarist Tim Mahoney and thunder bassist P-Nut are a good time positivity driven group that in no way is going for the whole angst/rap/rock trend (Bizkit,Roach,etc.). So, get that out of your head, and lets not try to draw comparisons between them. After breaking it big in 1996 with their self titled disk that spurred the frat party anthems "Down" and "All mixed up", 311 is back with their long awaited 6th major label release, titled "From Chaos". Right from the opening chord of "You get worked" you see that this is not the same uninspired group that tossed out the overproduced and methodically drone "Soundsystem" in 1999. This is a recharged,more mature and confident unit that has never sounded better and tighter as a group. Which is saying something, based on their reputation of being one of the best live acts out there. While blending all the better elements of rock,rap,reggae,ska and pure funk, 311 along with "Blue" album producer Ron Saint, may have finally created the signature disk of their catalog. It is suprisingly strong all the way through, with highlights being the soon to be live staple,"Sick tight" and the ultra-melodic "Amber". Every song has some hook that will be revolving around your head for days. Of course, not all is sunny on the 311 front, "You wouldnt believe", the first single, sounds like a throw away from the "Soundsystem" sessions, and Nicks vocals do have a tendency to be too flat for casual listeners tastes. But, both vocalists make a fairly strong showing in this album, with both rhyme skills, and singing range. All in all, if your already part of the excitable 311 fans, then you were very pleased on June 19th, and if not, then you may be soon, once these break through to radio. Overall, this album does "rock",and it has some great hooks, with some laid back Jamaica inspired moments to keep you smiling."
Don't listen to Miss Maerz here...
Chris | Albany, NY | 04/26/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"First of all, I give this a 4.5, Transistor is a 5 in my book...The review from on this album is ignorant. "From Chaos" is a brilliant album, by a band that is over stereotyped in the whole rap/rock genre. 311 is so much more than typical angst rap/rock (linkin park, korn, etc) they have one of the best drummers in rock ( except Danny Carey from Tool of course) and both of their lyricists are simply amazing. Miss Jennifer basically said "Whoa, Amber is the color of your energy" is pathetic, when in fact, this is more like the amazing and groundbreaking lyrics we heard from "Transistor" Nick is talking about aura's here, for those who have no clue what these are, just go read up on them (yahoo works well) and you'll discover the depth and originality behind Nick's and SA's lyrics. Although in my opinion, 311 doesn't tap the fountain as Tool does, 311 is one of the only bands to stay positive in the midst of all this angst-ridden manufactured garbage called "rock." We should be thankful for musicians like Tool, Dredg, 311, Deftones, etc for giving us true auditory beauty. And making music for themselves, not for the record company execs,"