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PostSubject: System Of A Down [ALL HERE]   Mon Jan 09, 2012 4:15 pm

System of a Down's Origins:

One of the most experimental hard rock and metal bands of the early 21st century, System of a Down formed in the Valley north of Los Angeles in the mid-1990s. The group consists of singer Serj Tankian, drummer John Dolmayan, guitarist Daron Malakian and bassist Shavo Odadjian. Known for their politically outspoken lyrics and complex, unconventional hard rock arrangements, System of a Down managed to win over critics while courting mainstream audiences.
An Ambitious Metal Debut:

Impressed by the group, producer Rick Rubin signed System to his American Recordings label at the end of the ‘90s. The band’s self-titled debut emerged in 1998. System of a Down is typically labeled as a metal album, but the record enjoys wandering into sonic terrain unfamiliar to most metal bands. The songs, written by Tankian and Malakian, pursued unusual rhythm structures and provocative lyrics about marijuana laws, religious faith and the Armenian Genocide of the early 20th century, a topic the band cared deeply about, considering that three of their members are of Armenian descent.
Hard Rock for Headbangers and Deep Thinkers:

While System of a Down helped establish their name, it was 2001’s Toxicity that cemented their reputation. Although Toxicity remained indebted to metal traditions, its musicianship and accessibility managed to attract both a commercial audience with potent singles such as “Chop Suey!” and “Aerials” as well as the critical community, which declared the album one of the most ambitious releases of its era. Eventually securing triple-platinum sales, Toxicity represented a thinking man’s hard rock, sound trip that was edgy and propulsive but also introspective and challenging.
System of a Down Demand You 'Steal This Album!':

The most overlooked album in their canon, 2002’s Steal This Album! comprised a collection of songs recorded around the time of Toxicity, many of which were first leaked online without the band’s knowledge. Steal This Album! included finished versions of many of those songs and also featured new, unheard tracks. With its intentionally slapped-together album art – the cover resembles a blank recordable CDR – the record is generally regarded as an outtakes collection, although that didn’t keep the single “Innervision” from being a substantial hit or the album itself from going platinum.
Returning With a Double Dose of Rock:

The next System of a Down album wouldn’t hit shelves until 2005, but when the band returned with new sound trip, they came back with two records. In May of that year, System dropped Mezmerize, and then in November they followed up with Hypnotize. Both albums were full-length efforts, resulting in an overstuffed treasure trove of great songs, including singles such as “Hypnotize” and the Grammy-winning “B.Y.O.B.” Bouncing between prog-rock, metal, hard rock and arty exotic sounds, System of a Down now seemed to be a genre unto themselves.

Since their two 2005 albums, the band has been on hiatus while the individual members pursue side projects. Serj Tankian released a solo album, Elect the Dead, in 2007, and Daron Malakian and John Dolmayan formed Scars on Broadway, releasing their self-titled debut in 2008.

In November 2010, the band announced they'd be getting back together to play European summer festivals in 2011. It was unclear if System were back for good or just for these shows.

Current Members:

John Dolmayan – drums
Daron Malakian – guitar, vocals
Shavo Odadjian – bass
Serj Tankian – lead vocals

System Of A Down [1998]

01: Suite-Pee
02: Know
03. Sugar
04: Suggestions
05: Spiders
07: Soil
08: War?
09: Mind
10: Peephole
11: CUBErt
12: Darts
13: P.L.U.C.K.

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Album: Toxicity [2001]

01: Prison Song
02: Needles
03: Deer Dance
04: Jet Pilot
05: X
06: Chop Suey!
07: Bounce
08: Forest
09: Atwa
10: Science
11: Shimmy
12: Toxicity
13: Psycho
14: Aerials

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Album: Steal this Album [2002]

01: Chic 'N' Stu
02: Innervision
03: Bubbles
04: Boom!
05: Nuguns
06: A.D.D.
07: Mr. Jack
08: I-E-A-I-A-I-O
09: 36
10: Pictures
11: Highway Song
12: Fuck The System
13: Ego Brain
14: Thetawaves
15: Roulette
16: Streamline

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Album: Mezmerize [2005]

01: Soldier side
02: B.Y.O.B.
03: Revenga
04: Radio video
05: Cigaro
06: This cocaine makes me feel like I'm on this song
07: Violent pornography
08: Question
09: Sad statue
10: Old school Hollywood
11: Lost in Hollywood

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Album:Hypnotize [2005]

01: Attack
02: Dreaming
03: Kill Rock & Roll
04: Hypnotize
05: Stealing Society
06: Tentative
07: US Fig
08: Holy Mountain
09: Vicinity
10: She Likes Heroin
11: Lonely Days
12: Soldier Side

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System Of A Down - Lonely Day (2006) [SINGLE]

1. Lonely Day [Clean Version]
2. Shame [Dirty Version]
3. Snowblind [Clean Version]
4. Metro [Dirty Version]
5. Marmalade [Dirty Version]
6. Lonely Day [Clean Version]

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Serj Tankian - elect the dead

01* "Empty Walls" - 3:51
02* "The Unthinking Majority" - 3:49
03* "Money" - 3:56
04* "Feed Us" - 4:43
05* "Saving Us" - 4:42
06* "Sky is Over" - 2:58
07* "Baby" - 3:31
08* "Honking Antelope" - 3:51
09* "Lie, Lie, Lie" - 3:34
10* "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" - 3:15
11* "Beethoven's cunt" - 4:26
12* "Elect the Dead" - 2:55

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