Time for Annihilation: On the Record and on the Road Image
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  1. It is a bold, best foot forward tribute to where they've come from, what they are capable of and, perhaps most importantly, where they're going next. [28 Aug 2010, p.52]
  2. It's not to say Time For Annihilation isn't very good, just if you like Pink and other commercial rock, you're going to love this.
  3. It's only a small sampling of new music and a sliver of what their live show delivers, however, Papa Roach offers up an admirable effort and a nice twist on the standard live album concept.
  4. It's a macho, muscular attack that fits the braggadocio of the title yet it's hard not to shake that this alt-metal grind feels like a forewarning of a Y2K annihilation, not something suited for a decade into the new millennium.
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    Papa Roch no doubt think there's venom in songs like Hollywood Whore--and they're certainly more visceral heard live here--but these ears just hear the low-IQ goofiness of Motley Crue combined with the stylistic similarities of rockers-by-rote Nickelback. [Sep 2010, p.96]
  6. This finds the Californians bulking out five lead-footed new tracks with live versions of their handful of hits. The whiff of desperation. [Oct 2010, p.103]
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