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Time for Annihilation: On the Record and on the Road

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Papa Roach 2010

Review

Parting ways from Geffen -- the label responded with a hits compilation the group did not endorse -- Papa Roach released Time for Annihilation, a hodge-podge of five new cuts and a nine live versions of Roach staples. It was a way of clearing the decks and getting back to basics after the Sunset Strip sleaze makeover of 2009’s Metamorphosis, a sound Papa Roach now ditches in favor of their alt-metal roots. Since they’re deliberate throwbacks the newer tracks fit neatly with the live cuts, which retain their fidelity to the originals despite being pumped up and beefier than on record. It’s a macho, muscular attack that fits the braggadocio of the title. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Burn Papa Roach 3:24
  3. 2 One Track Mind Papa Roach 3:24
  4. 3 Kick In the Teeth Papa Roach 3:10
  5. 4 No Matter What Papa Roach 3:31
  6. 5 The Enemy Papa Roach 3:38
  7. 6 Getting Away With Murder Papa Roach 4:14
  8. 7 ...To Be Loved Papa Roach 3:55
  9. 8 Lifeline Papa Roach 4:19
  10. 9 Scars Papa Roach 4:59
  11. 10 Hollywood Whote Papa Roach 4:8
  12. 11 Time is Running Out Papa Roach 3:57
  13. 12 Forever Papa Roach 6:50
  14. 13 Between Angels and Insects Papa Roach 5:9
  15. 14 Last Resort Papa Roach 5:39

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