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Alien Ant Farm 3/6/2001

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Discovering new limits to the nu metal scene by approaching mainstream measures and using avowed pop rhythms, Alien Ant Farm go beyond the widespread rampaging guitar strain. The band's kinship with Papa Roach proved to be crucial, for it was through Roach's logo New Noize that the LA quartet managed to deliver their disc on the Dreamworks label. Anthology surfaced as the band's first full-length on a major label with the production credits of Jay Baumgardner, who previously worked with groups such as Orgy and Coal Chamber. The album showcases the band's alternate dexterity, not only due to frontman Dryden Mitchell's revealing vocals, but also by virtue of their deliverance of full-blooded melodies. If "Courage," the album's opening track, provides a hint of their crossbreed intentions, "Movies" confirms Alien's unusual dispositions, surfacing as original discharges of alternative pop/rock. Anthology emphasizes the Californians intrepid enthusiasm, even including a version of a Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal," once more disclosing the team's hybrid intents. ~ Mario Mesquita Borges
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Courage Alien Ant Farm 3:30
  3. 2 Movies Alien Ant Farm 3:16
  4. 3 Flesh and Bone Alien Ant Farm 4:27
  5. 4 Whisper Alien Ant Farm 3:23
  6. 5 Summer Alien Ant Farm 4:14
  7. 6 Sticks and Stones Alien Ant Farm 3:14
  8. 7 Attitude Alien Ant Farm 4:53
  9. 8 Stranded Alien Ant Farm 3:55
  10. 9 Wish Alien Ant Farm 3:21
  11. 10 Calico Alien Ant Farm 4:6
  12. 11 Happy Death Day Alien Ant Farm 4:33
  13. 12 Smooth Criminal Alien Ant Farm 3:27
  14. 13 Universe Alien Ant Farm 9:6

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