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Genres: Alternative Rock, International Music, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Lostprophets
Title: Start Something
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 4
Label: Sony
Release Date: 2/3/2004
Album Type: Enhanced
Genres: Alternative Rock, International Music, Pop, Rock
Styles: American Alternative, Europe, Britain & Ireland
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 696998655423

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One of the best albums you'll ever own!
Notyourstar27 | UK | 12/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Start Something is one of my most listened to albums and in my opinion one of the most important I own.

Even though the album's nearly 3 years old, it still soudns fresh and new!

1. We Still Kill the Old Way - This song grows on you. Punky, great samples. 8/10

2. To Hell We Ride - Didn't really listen to this song much until I heard it on Need For Speed Underground, couldn't stop listening to it from then on! 9/10

3. Last Train Home - This single was LP's breakthrough into Mainstream in the UK and a proper anthem. Benji & Joel madden provide backing vocals on this track. 10/10

4. (Wake Up)Make a Move - Sounded very familiar when I heard this, not sure why, very catchy. 8/10

5. Burn Burn - I'd heard this riff on an advert and as soon as I heard the song I loved it. Hardcore, makes you wanna start a protest or break something! 10/10

6. I Don't Know - Catchy, makes you wanna sing along, great guitars and lyrics. 9/10

7. Hello Again - Slow verses, good build up to the chorus, this song's great to listen to if you're feeling wound up. 8/10

8. Goodbye Tonight - One of my favorites early on great song, anthemic chorus. 9/10

9. Start Something - Should have been the opener, great intro, very hardcore, lots of screaming teamed with melodies. 8/10

10. A Million Miles - Like Goodbye Tonight an early favorite lots of screaming and melodies like start something. 9/10

11. Last Summer - One of the catchiest rock songs ever great song about reminiscing about summer. Laid back verses and punchy chorus. 10/10

12. Sway - Probably the track I've listened to the least on this album, purley for the fact it's the last track and slow. 8/10

Lost prophets at their best!"
Better than ever!!!
Notyourstar27 | 10/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Since the release of their latest album, this is still by far, their best album. For sure, their debut was much more hardcore. They reduced a little in Start Something, and they almost lost practically all of it in their latest, Liberation Transmission. Really, I'm teling anyone who likes rock, get this album!

1. We Still Kill The Old Way (9.1/10) Weird way to start the album. I don't think it was the best start. Very interesting song. Love it at first, and gets a little old. Still good!

2. To Hell We Ride (8.5/10) Sounds a lot like the previous song. A little more hardcore found in this song. Loud, and yet, still has melody and rhythm.

3. Last Train Home (10/10) First single. I have to say, it is a great song, and still is! It's just overplayed. You fall in love right away. Try not to listen to it too much.

4. Make A Move (9.2/10) It's not that likable. I just think it's good. Very creative though.

5. Burn Burn (11/10) Hardcore. Very hardcore. Actually nevermind,but it is loud, and catchy. I think it's a single, very cool song. Never gets old, you will always love this song!

6. I Don't Know (14/10) Now here is real music. They changed a lot in this song. It's my personal favorite. I thought it should have definitely been a single. It's just great!

7. Hello Again (9/10) One of the slower songs on the album. Very soft and sad. I didn't like it at first, but then you really start to fall in love with this song. It was really well done too.

8. Goodbye Tonight (10/10) Great! You fall in love with this song right away. Never gets old.

9. Start Something (11/10) Alrighty! Now here's some hardcore. Sounds a little more like it was taken from thefakesoundofprogress. And this isn't even their hardest song! I love their old stuff, although I love this album better. I think the best part is the ending to this song, when the piano starts playing. Great!

10. A Million Miles (12/10) One of my favorites. Very well done, I think it shoudl have been a single as well. It changes tempo and beat alot, but it sounds great! Chorus is awesome!

11. Last Summer (10.5/10) A little softer now. Great song. If the intro gets a little boring, just wait until the chorus. You'll really like this song.

12. We Are Godzilla - You Are Japan (13/10) ABSOLUTELY NO F**KING MELODY!!! Haha love this song. It's just great. Definitely the hardest song ont he album. And it's even better than the songs from their debut. Much better! Love everything about this song, and I love singing/screaming to the lyrics. I don't think they sing at all in this song. And the guitar riff kinda reminds me of godzilla lol explains the title! Good job lostprophets!

13. Sway (9/10) - Of course, they must end with a soft song. Very soft, softer than Hello Again. It's well done though, I like it. Kinda makes you cry, especially the chorus. Just makes you want to, well, sway. The song is actually like 4 min long, then they got that like 6 min long instrumental, but it still soudns pretty sweet.

Overall, I have to say, Good job, Lostprophets for making some good music! Love ya guys! Every song on this album should be a single, especially I Don't Know. I'd probably rate this album 96/100. Great!"