P.O.D. - Youth Of The Nation

Thursday 16th May 2002
P.O.D. - Youth Of The Nation
P.O.D. - Youth Of The Nation

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LABEL: Atlantic AT0127

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

The classic cut from the 'Satellite' album, surely now known by every P.O.D. lover and often compared to "The Wall" thanks to its spine-tingling use of a children's chorus. An atmospheric rap pointing to the betrayal of our youth with oblique references to the Columbine shootings and kid prostitutes before ending with a chorus of hope. Other tracks on the single are a tad disappointing - a "semi-acoustic" version of their "Alive" hit and a so-so instrumental "Sabbath".

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Posted by Testify! in Unknown @ 13:01 on Sep 21 2006

They just own thats it. :D

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