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American Tragedy (Deluxe Edition)

by Hollywood Undead

American Tragedy (Deluxe Edition) by Hollywood Undead

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American Tragedy (Deluxe Edition)

by Hollywood Undead

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Label: A&M / Octone Records
The masked rap-rock crew's second outing, American Tragedy is a consciously heavier offering than their 2008 debut, Swan Songs. Kicking down the walls with "Been to Hell" -- a warning to folks looking for fame in L.A., built on a punk-simple, unstoppably anthemic riff -- the group may have serious intentions but there's plenty of party-bringing amid the yelled raps. (They even get away with referencing Grey Goose vodka: "We drink so much Goose we're becoming geese.") Hollywood Undead may be hated by a portion of the supposed "discerning" public, but the group really doesn't care.

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The masked rap-rock crew's second outing, American Tragedy is a consciously heavier offering than their 2008 debut, Swan Songs. Kicking down the walls with "Been to Hell" -- a warning to folks looking for fame in L.A., built on a punk-simple, unstoppably anthemic riff -- the group may have serious intentions but there's plenty of party-bringing amid the yelled raps. (They even get away with referencing Grey Goose vodka: "We drink so much Goose we're becoming geese.") Hollywood Undead may be hated by a portion of the supposed "discerning" public, but the group really doesn't care.

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About This Album

The masked rap-rock crew's second outing, American Tragedy is a consciously heavier offering than their 2008 debut, Swan Songs. Kicking down the walls with "Been to Hell" -- a warning to folks looking for fame in L.A., built on a punk-simple, unstoppably anthemic riff -- the group may have serious intentions but there's plenty of party-bringing amid the yelled raps. (They even get away with referencing Grey Goose vodka: "We drink so much Goose we're becoming geese.") Hollywood Undead may be hated by a portion of the supposed "discerning" public, but the group really doesn't care.