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The Lost Children

by Disturbed

The Lost Children by Disturbed

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The Lost Children

by Disturbed

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Label: Reprise
This 16-outtake odds-and-sods job proves Disturbed's single-mindedness when it comes to wrestling with nu-metal emotion over their first decade of recording: Plotting your destruction or welcoming you to their nightmare, they neither discernibly evolve nor backslide. Still, two message songs stand out -- 2005 B-side "Sickened," which mixes the album's most electro-industrial beats with samples about corporate corruption worthy of Occupy Wall Street, and 2011's benefit download "3," dedicated to the West Memphis Three, teens controversially convicted of murder.

About This Album

This 16-outtake odds-and-sods job proves Disturbed's single-mindedness when it comes to wrestling with nu-metal emotion over their first decade of recording: Plotting your destruction or welcoming you to their nightmare, they neither discernibly evolve nor backslide. Still, two message songs stand out -- 2005 B-side "Sickened," which mixes the album's most electro-industrial beats with samples about corporate corruption worthy of Occupy Wall Street, and 2011's benefit download "3," dedicated to the West Memphis Three, teens controversially convicted of murder.

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About This Album

This 16-outtake odds-and-sods job proves Disturbed's single-mindedness when it comes to wrestling with nu-metal emotion over their first decade of recording: Plotting your destruction or welcoming you to their nightmare, they neither discernibly evolve nor backslide. Still, two message songs stand out -- 2005 B-side "Sickened," which mixes the album's most electro-industrial beats with samples about corporate corruption worthy of Occupy Wall Street, and 2011's benefit download "3," dedicated to the West Memphis Three, teens controversially convicted of murder.