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Satellite [edit]
by P.O.D. (Payable On Death) | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: September 11, 2001

The guys are back with their second major label release. This CD produced radio hits "Alive," "Youth Of The Nation," and "Boom."

Track Listing
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01. Set It Off
02. Alive
03. Boom
04. Youth of the Nation
05. Celestial
06. Satellite
07. Ridiculous
08. The Messenjah
09. Guitarras de Amor
10. Anything Right
11. Ghetto
12. Masterpiece Conspiracy
13. Without Jah, Nothin'
14. Thinking About Forever
15. Portrait

Entry last edited by whockey20 on 09.09.07

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ichiben (193)

incredible | Posted May 25, 2008
So many timeless hits on this album. Boom, Youth of the Nation, Alive, Satellite, Set it Off, Messenjah, and songs you never hear about but complete this excellent album.

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DrJ (12)

Best album ever! | Posted September 14, 2009
Being one of my favorite albums ever, Satellite will be my first album review ever!
This hard rock band from California opens their album with three power-packed tracks that immediately draw you in and get you energized. "Set it Off" is full of power, emotion and sweet guitars driving the song's chorus like a freight train. "Boom" sounds like something you'd hear at a stadium and in fact has been played in a movie. Though not quite lyrically deep or anything, it's aggressive feel keeps the momentum generated by "Set it Off." Then comes my favorite song on the album: "Alive." While not as hard as the first two, the passion is evident in the vocals and the lyrics really get you going. Musically, this song's chorus ranks high, with beautiful harmonies backed by the typical P.O.D.-style guitars. Next up comes the calming sounds of "Youth of the Nation." Yet somehow, through the quieter, slower tune you still get that intensity and passion from the vocals. Definitely an incredible skill of P.O.D. is their ability to keep that feeling through the whole album regardless of the style of each song. From there, each song has it's own story to tell, but that would make this review too long.
From the rock-infused, pounding rhythms in "Satellite" and "The Messenjah," to the slower, haunting sounds of "Thinking About Forever," P.O.D. feeds the listener masterpiece after masterpiece filled with skill and even more passion. Satellite the album is AMAZING!

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username2 (378)

One of the best albums ever made. | Posted December 27, 2008
This album is so great that I can't even find the words to describe how amazing it is. Every song is perfect save for only one which I would clasify as good. This album is one hour of pure genius. BUY IT!!!

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