Papa Roach Metamorphosis Album

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Metamorphosis is the sixth album by California rock band Papa Roach. It was released by DGC/Interscope on March 24, 2009. The album was originally planned to be titled Days of War, Nights of Love, which is a lyrical quote from the song "No More Secrets" on the band's previous album, The Paramour Sessions. Subsequently, two songs on the album are titled "Days of War" and "Nights of Love". This is their first album to feature Tony Palermo on drums, after the departure of Dave Buckner. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Release information about the album
Release Date: 03/24/2009
Tracks in Metamorphosis: Change Or Die, Hollywood Whore, I Almost Told You That I Loved You, Lifeline, Had Enough, Live This Down, March Out Of The Darkness, Into The Light, Carry Me, Nights Of Love, State Of Emergency

Metamorphosis Album Tracklist

Papa roach metamorphosis | Reviewer: P | 9/10/09

Papa Roach did good ditching rap metal but the lawsuit against there old drummer most of got to there heads. Tobin esperance and jacoby shaddix the main song writers arent seem to be trying hard enough. the first track is boring same with the second. hollywood hore, i almost told you that i loved you, and lifeline are clearly the best tracks, but the others seem poorely done, and its position on the charts are terrible. I feel sorry for them since they are a good band.

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