P.O.D. - Satellite (Limited Edition)

Wednesday 1st January 2003
P.O.D. - Satellite (Limited Edition)
P.O.D. - Satellite (Limited Edition)

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
LABEL: Atlantic 7567835972
RRP: £16.99

Reviewed by Ben Lilford

It's that special time of year when record companies
like to try and flog you the same thing you bought not 12 months ago, but this time with bells, whistles and the important words 'LIMITED EDITION' emblazoned on it. Since the live video/DVD 'Still Payin' Dues' is now out, people who've already bought 'Satellite' should probably bypass this and go straight for the real thing. For those who haven't yet got a copy of 'Satellite', don't make the same mistake twice! This is a storming nu-metal album, the best of its kind and the remixes only add to it's diversity, Conjure One's remix of "YOTN" in particular, but it's the DVD where things really kick off. The presentation is great, the live tracks crackle with electricity especially on "Outkast" and the Satellite documentary has guitarist Marcos looking exactly like a blonde, permed Mike Pilavachi. What more could you want?

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Sample Track Listing:
2. Alive [Listen]
3. Boom [Listen]
6. Satellite [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by ryan acero in gingoog city phil @ 06:44 on Nov 21 2007

p.o.d is most the best p.o.d in christian world god blasse p.o.d

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