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Zebrahead: Broadcast to the WorldBroadcast to the World (2006)
Reviewer Rating: 1.5
Contributed by: greg0rbgreg0rb
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Writing this review made me feel like I've been living under a rock. I don't think I had ever heard Zebrahead before, but their name sounded vaguely familiar. I popped it in not knowing what I was gonna get, but with ‚??zing'-worthy song titles like "Your New Boyfriend Wears Girl Pants" and "Rated ‚??U' for Ugly" I was expecting some Blink-style hijinx. I pretty much got that in the title track opener if only in the choruses, with the verses veering more towards a hardcore-meets-rap-rock thing. So I do some research and it turns out Zebrahead have been major label for most of their careers, since 1998's Waste of Mind on Columbia. Missed that one.`98, huh? The pop-punk-meets-rap-rock thing is starting to make sense. They're still goin' down that road though? Really? The other reviews pertaining to the band on this site are overwhelmingly positive with most comments in agreement. But I will not cave -- this shit is WEAK! I want to find that rock and crawl back underneath, never to hear Zebrahead again.
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