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American Capitalist

by Five Finger Death Punch

American Capitalist by Five Finger Death Punch

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American Capitalist

by Five Finger Death Punch

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Label: Prospect Park
These rock-radio successes split their third album between pleading sensitivity about mean girlfriends and klutzy but not humorless rap-metal bullying. The former occasionally recalls System of a Down; the latter occasionally recalls Anthrax circa "I'm The Man," though "The Pride" (which namedrops NASCAR, PBR, Bill Gates, MySpace, JFK and the NFL) sounds like the only rapcore ever inspired by Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire." "Back for More" is some passingly melodic jock-rock trash talk; "American Capitalist" possibly a protest song. Much of the rest is directed at people they hate.

About This Album

These rock-radio successes split their third album between pleading sensitivity about mean girlfriends and klutzy but not humorless rap-metal bullying. The former occasionally recalls System of a Down; the latter occasionally recalls Anthrax circa "I'm The Man," though "The Pride" (which namedrops NASCAR, PBR, Bill Gates, MySpace, JFK and the NFL) sounds like the only rapcore ever inspired by Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire." "Back for More" is some passingly melodic jock-rock trash talk; "American Capitalist" possibly a protest song. Much of the rest is directed at people they hate.

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About This Album

These rock-radio successes split their third album between pleading sensitivity about mean girlfriends and klutzy but not humorless rap-metal bullying. The former occasionally recalls System of a Down; the latter occasionally recalls Anthrax circa "I'm The Man," though "The Pride" (which namedrops NASCAR, PBR, Bill Gates, MySpace, JFK and the NFL) sounds like the only rapcore ever inspired by Billy Joel's "We Didn't Start the Fire." "Back for More" is some passingly melodic jock-rock trash talk; "American Capitalist" possibly a protest song. Much of the rest is directed at people they hate.