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Trapt 11/5/2002

Review

Trapt, yet another nu-metal entry from southern California, proffers an eponymous major-label debut that is as enthusiastic as it is plagiaristic. There is an organic feel to the disc that separates it from their more angst-ridden peers, specifically those who rely on electronic gadgetry over a simple guitar-bass-drums setup, though the congenial feel fits in alongside Incubus, especially with a propensity toward pensive moments that evoke a softer image than most, one that would fit into emo if the band wasn't so obviously aesthetically a rock band; "These Walls" actually sounds like Nickelback at its most adult rock-radio-friendly, for example. Trapt isn't original, per se, as much as it does a good job melding its pronounced influences more seamlessly than most; the band would get a better recommendation if the record had songs that stood out a bit more. ~ Brian O'Neill
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Headstrong Trapt 4:44
  3. 2 Made of Glass Trapt 3:29
  4. 3 Hollowman Trapt 5:2
  5. 4 These Walls Trapt 4:6
  6. 5 Still Frame Trapt 4:30
  7. 6 Echo Trapt 4:9
  8. 7 The Game Trapt 5:5
  9. 8 When All Is Said and Done Trapt 4:12
  10. 9 Enigma Trapt 4:40
  11. 10 Stories Trapt 3:53
  12. 11 New Beginning Trapt 9:10

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