Anyone for Doomsday?
Download links and information about Anyone for Doomsday? by Powerman 5000. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 33:44 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal|
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|1.||Disease of Machinery (Intro)||0:37|
|2.||Danger Is Go (Album Version)||3:04|
|3.||Bombshell (Album Version)||3:14|
|4.||The Meaning of Life (Album Version)||2:47|
|5.||Tomorrow Is Yesterday (Album Version)||3:07|
|6.||The End of Everything (Album Version)||3:09|
|7.||What the World Does (Album Version)||2:02|
|8.||177-TR? (Album Version)||0:21|
|9.||The One and Only (Album Version)||3:05|
|10.||Wake Up (Album Version)||3:18|
|11.||Rise (Album Version)||0:54|
|12.||Megatronic (Album Version)||2:39|
|13.||The Future That Never Was (Album Version)||5:27|
The appropriately titled Anyone for Doomsday? was doomed from the beginning. Worlds seemed to have collided and Powerman 5000, after originally postponing the release of Anyone for Doomsday?, ended up shelving the album. It's unfortunate because Anyone for Doomsday? isn't a half-bad album, with its quirky, staccato guitars and heavy electronic sounds. After the haunting intro, the album kicks off with the hook-laden Ministry-like screamfest "Danger Is Go!" "Megatronic" possesses robotic vocals, recalling a 2001 rock follow-up to the rap staple "Jam On It." However, Anyone for Doomsday? is redundant. It sounds as if lead singer Spider One (brother of rocker Rob Zombie) took advantage of the success of his single "Nobody's Real" from 1999's Tonight the Stars Revolt and rolled it into a 13-song album.