Lies for the Liars

Lies for the Liars

by The Used
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Lies for the Liars 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is simply amazing, but as is all of The Used's albums. I have a bit of a complaint for this site, however. In credits, vocals are set to be someone else but the lead singer, Bert McKracken.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Let me just say that i have really liked the used since their first cd came out. I was expecting a little somethin different i guess. It seems a little to over produced but that isnt always bad. Berts voice is as great as ever but there do seem to be a lot of other vocalist on the cd that really dont need to be. The cd starts out great, the first 5 songs are just awesome USED stuff. After that it kind of goes down hill. I was listening to it with a buddy of mine and about half way through the cd we just kind of lost interest, this cd doesnt keep your attention as well as the other Used cds do. But it is a good cd....it could just be better.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Everything you've read about this CD being overproduced is true, but somehow the Used manages to pull it off for the second time with Lies for the Liars (the first cd, of course, being their debut and therefore in the rawest form for the band). "Pretty Handsome Awkward" "Earthquake" and "The Bird and the Worm" are sure to be media favorites, and while most die-hards are going to scoff at the heavy production, I personally promise that the new tracks will grow on you. Witness them live (which is always The Used's best medium anyway) at Vans Warped Tour this summer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Some songs are good like Handsome Akward, Hospital, Wake the Dead, the Ripper, Paralyzed. The ballads are a drag, sort of poppy with cliche lyrics. What I dont really like is that its filled with too much techno-electronic and string arrangements. It seems like its over-produced. But I give the used credit for great new melodies (Paralyzed) and of course Quinn's amazing guitar playing.
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