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SOiL  - Re●de●fine
Singer: SOiL
Title: Re●de●fine
Released: 2004
Country: US
Style: Heavy Metal, Alternative Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 950
Formats: DMF MP3 AUD MP4 AU ASF MIDI
MP3 size: 1641 mb
FLAC size: 1788 mb
WMA size: 1452 mb

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Tracklist

1 Pride
2 Redefine
3 Can You Heal Me
4 Cross My Heart
5 Suffering
6 Remember
7 Deny Me
8 Something Real
9 Say You Will
10 Love Hate Game
11 Obsession
12 Pride (Demo Version)
13 6 Feet Under

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – J Records
  • Copyright (c) – J Records
  • Manufactured By – BMG Funhouse, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Sonopress, Hong Kong

Credits

  • Engineer – Johnny K, Nick Raskulinecz (tracks: 1, 8)
  • Mixed By – Randy Staub
  • Producer – Johnny K, Nick Raskulinecz (tracks: 1, 8)

Notes

Produced and Engineered by Johnny K except tracks 1 & 8 Produced and Engineered by Nick Raskulinecz

Tracks 12 & 13 are bonus tracks, which are only mentioned on the obi, not on the tray card.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4988017622087

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
82876 59071 2 SOiL Re●de●fine ‎(CD, Album) J Records 82876 59071 2 US 2004
82876 59839 2 SOiL Re●de●fine ‎(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) J Records, BMG 82876 59839 2 UK & Europe 2004
82876 59071 2 SOiL Re●de●fine ‎(CD, Album, Promo) J Records 82876 59071 2 US 2004
82876 59071 2 SOiL Re●de●fine ‎(CD, Album, Club) J Records 82876 59071 2 US 2004
BVCP21375 SOiL Re●de●fine ‎(CD, Album, Promo) J Records BVCP21375 Japan 2004


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This album for me, is one of the best albums Ryan McCombs has ever created. I think some people will disagree with me and say that Scars (SOiL) is a better album, but for me Re●de●fine is just that more refined in its sound and everything; and is the last good thing Ryan ever appeared on (compared to the relatively bland Full Cicle (Drowning Pool)). When i first started to listen to SOiL, Suffering was one of my favourite tracks i downloaded, and soon after i ended up downloading more of their songs, and ended up with the majority of them being from this album - even though, i for once, started with Scars; and it is only until now have i decided to listen to this album - and i am more than pleased that i did. I love almost every track on this album, we open with the pumping anthem that is Pride, and easily move onto a more mellow, but punchy second track (also the title track), Redefine. The album does have some grey points, but on the majority its a good selection of songs. And this is a prime example why Ryan should have bloody stuck with SOiL and not taken up the vocalist position on Drowning Pool. I feel that way because his vocals seem to fit SOiL's original sound better, and that he's almost trying to make Drowning Pool into another SOiL.My favourite tracks have to be: Pride, Redefine, Cross My Heart, Suffering and Obsession.If you do like Drowning Pool's new stuff then give this album a go, also if you like Hard Rock and are trying to find something that sounds different comapred to all this radio-hit ready shit that gets churned out these days, then listen to this - its heavier, its rougher, its what hard rock should be.
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