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When Legends Rise

Godsmack

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When Legends Rise
Godsmack
2:52
2
Bulletproof
Godsmack
2:57
3
Unforgettable
Godsmack
3:28
4
Every Part Of Me
Godsmack
3:20
5
Take It To The Edge
Godsmack
3:15
6
Under Your Scars
Godsmack
3:51
7
Someday
Godsmack
4:44
8
Just One Time
Godsmack
3:09
9
Say My Name
Godsmack
3:38
10
Let it Out
Godsmack
3:41
11
Eye Of The Storm
Godsmack
3:21
Total Playing Time    38:16
When Legends Rise is the seventh studio album by Godsmack. It marks the band's first album away from heavy metal into a more hard rock sound.

"It was just about evolving as a songwriter. I wanted to stretch my wings even further, to use all of the experiences I've had writing different types of music over the years and apply that to finding a way to introduce a newer, fresher, more mature sound, while still maintaining the power of Godsmack."
- Sully Erna (Frontman)
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BMG Rights Management (US) Studio Masters

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