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Hinder - Extreme Behavior (2007)

10-11-2015, 08:37
Rock | Alternative

Title: Extreme Behavior
Year Of Release: 2005 (2007)
Label: Universal Records
Genre: Hard Rock, Alternative Rock, Post-Grunge
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 00:59:42
Total Size: 151 Mb


01. Get Stoned (3:38)
02. How Long (3:25)
03. By The Way (3:52)
04. Nothin' Good About Goodbye (3:53)
05. Bliss (I Don't Wanna Know) (3:50)
06. Better Than Me (3:43)
07. Room 21 (3:43)
08. Lips Of An Angel (4:22)
09. Homecoming Queen (4:39)
10. Shoulda (3:21)

Bonus tracks:
11. Get Stoned (Live) (6:25)
12. Room 21 (Live) (5:15)
13. Bed Of Roses (5:58)
14. Take Me Home Tonight (3:37)

Austin Winkler - lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Joe Garvey - lead guitar
Mark King - rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Mike Rodden - bass guitar, backing vocals
Cody Hanson - drums

Released in September 2005, Hinder's Extreme Behavior revives the simpleton riffs and stupid misogyny of 2001 albums from Puddle of Mudd and Nickelback for a whole new batch of undergrads. This isn't even post-grunge -- it's straight-up dude rock. The artwork is a triggered response collage of boobs, lingerie, and Jäger, and the music is so obvious that it actually recedes from the ear. Like a stereo left on in the keg room, it's just a chatter of swear words and tuneless electric guitar blab. Austin Winkler sounds like a drunk shouting along with Chad Kroeger, and his lyrics? "Let's go home and get stoned/Cause the sex is so much better when you're mad," "She said she's sorry/With one finger/I said fuck that," "She said she loved the taste of my oh oh oh" -- Winkler doesn't even have enough class to fake sounding cool. When Hinder and producer Brian Howes (he co-wrote every song with the band; Nickelback producer Joey Moi also gets a credit) do try a little tenderness, they sound like a bludgeoned Wallflowers ("Nothin' Good About Goodbye"), thudding power ballad torchbearers ("Lips of an Angel"; cue the soaring solo stolen from hair metal), or bumbling Guns N' Roses thieves (the played-out "Sweet Child" rewrite "Homecoming Queen"). Extreme Behavior can't even make it as rote hard rock -- it's too insulting to women and your intelligence. That's why it's dude rock instead. Hinder are so egregiously dull they appeal not to fans of music, but fans of high fives.

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