Back into Your System [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Brian O'Neill
Sophomore Saliva salvo the second disc on major Island, to be more accurate Back into Your System makes no bones about what it is, an uncomplicated rock record, though the band itself proves to be a shade more multifarious than the hits on the preceding Every Six Seconds would indicate. The jacket features a boom box that would have LL Cool J doing a double take. That said, the funk that the Memphis natives bring is of the Grand Funk Railroad variety more than anything else, the syncopated delivery of "Raise Up" which seems like an updated version of radio smash "Click Click Boom" is actually an aberration, and tagging the group as modern-day rap-metal is missing the ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Brian O'Neill
Sophomore Saliva salvo the second disc on major Island, to be more accurate Back into Your System makes no bones about what it is, an uncomplicated rock record, though the band itself proves to be a shade more multifarious than the hits on the preceding Every Six Seconds would indicate. The jacket features a boom box that would have LL Cool J doing a double take. That said, the funk that the Memphis natives bring is of the Grand Funk Railroad variety more than anything else, the syncopated delivery of "Raise Up" which seems like an updated version of radio smash "Click Click Boom" is actually an aberration, and tagging the group as modern-day rap-metal is missing the point. Aside from being heavier overall, the histrionic "Always" sounds like Kiss melodrama circa Animalize, "All Because of You" and "Separated Self" offer a contrasting of powerful riffage within the scope of typical power balladry, and "Pride" is a grinding thrasher about patriotism that seems honest as only good ol' southern boys can manage it, even if the slide guitar and sexy drawl of "Holdin On" shows that they're not shy about flyin' the Confederate flag alongside ol' glory. The best thing about Back Into Your System is that the disc doesn't seem to pander to rock radio as much as others of its ilk, but it should still and did manage success there regardless.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/12/2002
  • Label: Island
  • UPC: 044006315324
  • Catalog Number: 063153
  • Sales rank: 91,725

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Superstar II (3:22)
  2. 2 Weight of the World (4:28)
  3. 3 Always (3:51)
  4. 4 Back into Your System (4:31)
  5. 5 All Because of You (4:42)
  6. 6 Raise Up (3:45)
  7. 7 Separated Self (4:01)
  8. 8 Rest in Pieces (3:46)
  9. 9 Storm (4:21)
  10. 10 Holdin On (4:20)
  11. 11 Pride (2:54)
  12. 12 Famous Monsters (7:15)
  13. 13 Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos (19:21)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Saliva Primary Artist
Chris D. Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
Robert Kelley Voices
Josey Scott Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Wayne Swinny Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
Paul Crosby Drums
Dave Novotny Bass, Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Bob Marlette Producer
Dave Holdredge Programming, Engineer, Digital Editing
Michael "Elvis" Baskette Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SALIVA

    this cd is really good, the boys are amazing this cd is as good as the last, most ppl slip up but they dont they are great,

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    INCREDIBLE FOLLOWUP

    This is one cd worth your time listening to. Most everything out today sounds like just plain noise--with a few notable exceptions. This is a one of those exceptions. The cd grabs you from the first track all the way to the last one. As someone else put it "Josey pours his heart and soul" into every song. He has an incredible voice. This is also the first cd I have purchased that had the "parental advisory" warning on it. Please! I was expecting some very hard core profanity, but was very pleasantly surprised to find just the opposite. All the fantastic lyrics were written by Josey Scott except for Raise Up (written by Josey and Chris) and Rest in Pieces (written by Nikki Sixx). SUPERSTAR II--hard hitting in your face. Like the drums in this one. WEIGHT OF THE WORLD--I can relate to this song very well. I think probably everyone can at some point in their lives. ALWAYS--has explosive middle part. I really like Chris's guitar playing in this one. BACK INTO YOUR SYSTEM--one of those songs you want to share with your friends. ALL BECAUSE OF YOU--gentle start with harder hitting ending. RAISE UP--this is song that just plain "gets off"!!! SEPARATED SELF--love the prominent bass line. It's not over bearing, just right. REST IN PIECES--Nikki Sixx was right--this song was made for Josey to sing! STORM--some great vocal harmonies here. HOLDING ON--my personal favorite. Everything about this songs rocks. I wonder if it is possible to wear out a cd from playing one song over and over and over--ha ha. PRIDE--very powerful lyrics. Makes me proud to be an AMERICAN!! FAMOUS MONSTERS--not a whole lot of words in this song but I love the music. Very relaxing. This is also an enhanced cd--for the ones who loves computer games.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Back Into Your System

    AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME!!!!! What more can I say?? Well I could say that I never thought it was even possible to out do Every Six Seconds, but Back Into Your System has done just that!! From tracks like "Always" to "Weight Of the World" to "Raise Up" to "Rest in Pieces" this CD hits you hard and never lets up! I have waited months for Back Into Your System and it was WELL worth the wait! What are YOU waiting for?? GO BUY IT!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Saliva's new cd "back into your system"

    Hey, have you heard about Saliva"s new cd " back into your system" if you havnt you should check it out.. it is GREAT.. you will not be dissapointed.. Take my word or find out for yourself.. www.saliva.com.. i'm for real.. you have to get this HOT HOT HOT cd.. thanks Angel

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Back Into Your System

    Just like Vegas for a Gambler, Open Bar for an Alcoholic, or an Orgy for a Nympho, this Cd is just the needed fix for any music fan! The earlier released Every Six Seconds will definitely Hook You, But Back Into Your System will have you begging for more! The single "Always" is a great door to open the cd, but tracks like "Superstar II", "Weight Of The World" and "Raise Up" give you even more reason to sit back and enjoy the trip.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great CD!!!

    Most 2nd cd's suck... yet, Saliva really surprised me!! The 2nd cd is better then the first!!! They stayed true to their orginal sound and even improved on it!! This is one of the Must-Have CD's of the year!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Saliva review

    I LOVE this cd! It is an AWESOME cd!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This will make you drool!

    With much apprehension I picked up the " Parental Advisery " labeled CD and Listened from begining to end. My Findings? Wow.How unnecessary is that lable. The whole album has 3 curse words.THe rest speaks for itself.The rythm and pounding base beat drives you into the next song,then the next,ect.While "Always" is very moving it is not the force of the album,the title track is supurb and all the songs have the sorytelling quility that is rock-and-roll.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Saliva Rocks!

    This CD is great. If you don't have it, buy it, you'll like it. Saliva's style can't be beat. If the opportunity comes up, see them in concert, its awesome.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Back in My System

    I absolutely love this album, Saliva just keeps getting better at what they do best. This album is a bit softer than the previous albums, but nevertheless, it rocks. Josey's awesome vocals backed by a great band that works and plays well together, is what will keep the hits rolling from this great group formed in my hometown, Memphis,TN. The hometown heros will survive the long haul and this album is proof of that. Love you guys.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    BUY THIS CD!!! IT'S THE BEST CD OF THE YEAR!!

    Back into your System by Saliva is an album that I have been waiting for ever since Every Six Seconds came out. I seriously cannot get enough of this band, and I¿m not lying when I say I love every song on this album. Here is my song by song review of the album: SUPERSTAR II A great track to open with, it starts with Josey¿s son, (I think) calling Josey and saying he wants to become a rock star, and then it booms in with the songs catchy riff. One of the best songs on the album, Superstar II reminds us all of Superstar off Every Six Seconds and shows us the band has not strayed from it¿s roots. A catchy headbanging tune with a fantastic solo, it¿s a great opening song choice (I know I said that already, it¿s that damn good) WEIGHT OF THE WORLD My favorite song on the album, with lyrics that draw you in and make you feel like the song is written for you, this song is simply an indication of the fantastic range Josey has when he¿s singing¿ weight of the world is catchy, and it feels like this song was written and performed with such emotion, and it really adds to the atmosphere when you¿re listening, and makes you feel like you can¿t not listen to it again. ALWAYS Always is the song that Saliva picked to release the album to the public. Going to the top 20 at least, all around the country, Always is a heartfelt song about spousal abuse, and the story of a girl who is sick of being mistreated so she finally raises up (Pun not intended) and deals with the problem. The theme song of WWE Survivor Series 2002, Always was a good choice as the debut track, and leaves room to release another track to show the world what else Saliva has. BACK INTO YOUR SYSTEM Back into your system, the title song of the album, is a song about Saliva coming back to their fans with the album. This song is good for those who don¿t like a lot of heaviness with their song. There is a really cool bit near the end where Josey is screaming ¿Back into your system¿ which completes this song and makes it Saliva-ish. ALL BECAUSE OF YOU All because of you has a fantastic mix of raging guitar, Josey¿s screaming, and also clean guitar and harmonic singing with fantastic range by Josey. (Is there no end to this guy¿s talent?) A song about people who¿s relationships are bad for them but they don¿t care and go along with it anyway because they love it, but it eventually brings them to their knees. RAISE UP An absolutely fantastic heavy song complete with Josey¿s rap kind of lyrics, fantastic to listen to at parties, and a song that really reminds me of Every Six Seconds, and Beg. (Damn that was a great song) There is a really cool bit in the middle where Josey¿s kind of talking to the listener and it makes you want to smile. SEPERATED SELF A song written about people with two sides to them (Namely their bassist, Dave Novotny) and whether or not they think they are worthy of a higher purpose. ¿If there¿s a god at heavens door, do you think he wants me anymore?¿ A very emotional song, with screaming where it¿s appropriate, and it still gets across the message that it¿s trying to convey. If you listen, that is¿ REST IN PIECES A slightly lighter song compared to the rest of the album, Rest in Pieces was written by Motley Crue¿s Nikki Sixx, and recorded and put on the album unchanged by Saliva, who are good friends with Nikki. A song written about moping around after having broken up with your loved one, and the pain that goes with it, and wanting it to go away. STORM A beautiful song with fantastic (and I do mean fantastic, goddamn Wayne Swinney is talented) guitar bits, and good lyrics to boot. Another lighter song on the album, but still damn awesine to listen to. A song about listening to your heart, whether you can hear it or not. HOLDIN ON A southern kind of song, with some slide guitar. Damn I tell you what this song is catchy¿ I¿m humming it right now without meaning too. A song about making sure you live

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best new cd around!!

    Fantastic cd!! Josey and the boys are absolutely amazing, definately the must have album of the year!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2009

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