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(Hed) PE Reveals Live Album Details

(Hed)P.E. has revealed that they will release their new live album, "The DIY Guys" on July 8th through Suburban Noize Records. The set will also include unreleased songs. The tracklisting is as follows:

1. Madhouse
2. Not Dead Yet
3. Game Over
4. Peer Pressure
5. Sophia
6. The Truth
7. RTO
8. Niteclub In Bali
9. Get Em Up
10. War On The Middle Class*
11. Ordo AB Chao*
12. Bloodfire*
13. Real Talk (Instrumental)

*Previously Unreleased

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1. jimmy j. writes:

cool I will buy this.

# May 27, 2008 @ 11:37 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. BrianSD writes:

I won't.
I used to really like this band too, was never into the rap-metal bands other than a few...RATM. Last time I saw Hed they played one song off Broke and one off Blackout and nothing off the first album, just a bunch of new sh**, which is more rap and less heavy music. Dry Kill Logic was one of the openers and stole the show, there were also couple local bands on the bill...one of them was better too.

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3. broken face writes:

shut up i saw hed bout 3 months bk n they playd songs off all albums. They fukin rule live im def buyin this Jerad is a legend in his own rite

# May 28, 2008 @ 12:42 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. psythe writes:

I'm gonna go out on a limb and say I enjoy Hedpe. Blackout was their most musically boring album, Only In Amerika was their worst album, but both still had a FEW good songs. Broke, the debut, and that latest one have all been great in really different ways. The latest for its meshing of completely different styles into songs. I mean, they've got their rap, they've got a little bit of heavy nu-metal stuff there, a few riffs or whatever, they've got a DJ who mixes in, and particularly on the latest record, they really added hip-hop/rnb to the sound. NOT the most metal of directions, I'll give you that, but their constant evolving sound does help them stay fresh. In light of that, I still probably won't buy a live album (yawns).

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