- Summary: The Canadian punk-pop outfit returns with a fourth LP, produced by Greig Nori. The disc is named after a UN worker (Chuck Pelletier) who helped the band escape violence in the Congo while they were there shooting a film.
- Record Label: Island
- Genre(s): Rock, Alternative
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RossS.Feb 7, 2008All sum 41 music is awesome!!!
pistachioDec 18, 2004this is the best CD that sum 41 have created. I can't stop listening to it.
ChrisMFeb 6, 2005This is the best album yet. ROK ON!!!!!!!!!!!!
carariOct 17, 2004REALLY FUCKIN' GOOD
JArchAug 22, 2007Excellent CD, with a substantially different siund to the previous albums. A heavier more mature sound from a group that has claerly undergone change. Most noticeably different are the lyrics, which are no longer just teen ramblings, but based upon their experiences they had prior to the album recording, when they were in the Democratic Republic of Congo.… Expand
ChrisPJan 9, 2006I don't see this as Nu metal at all really. You can sense they are Metallica fans through the sound of there guitar on some songs. Granted some chords are punky, but still. They have improved in my mind of destroying the shackles of pop punk. They still have melodic tunes, with heavy overtones but it works well with this album. I was really not impressed with All killer no Filler, it was very teenage woe sounding. This album shows that the band has matured in ways that most haven't like Blink 182 and Simple plan. I compare them more to alternative music than pop/punk. Sure some songs sound similar but it is refreshing to hear a band do something different every album rather than replaying the same old crap. I.E. Eminem, LP, Blink, Offspring, Simple Plan. Also they aren't molding into the Used genre either. They stand out alone as 4 canadians playing music to get up and shout the lyrics to.… Expand
MitchPSep 14, 2005Ok listen i kno many people will get mad at me but u have to face the facts, sum 41 has fallen off. i agree that they are genius MUSICIANS, some of the guitar riffs were pretty amazing, but their lyrics just completely lack fibre and arent really about anything (except all to blame). I think they used up all their good lyrics on their earlier records and are now lookin for generic teen angst lyrics to fill the spaces between the guitar solos. NOT a good cd… Expand
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