Theory of a Deadman - Scars & Souvenirs

Number of Discs
Release Date
Theory of a Deadman
CD / Album
Label / Studio
Roadrunner Records


Unfortunately it looks like someone took the last one.

Sign up to the DecluttrStore to be the first to hear about the latest offers, competitions and product information!

Sign up now
FREE Tracked Shipping

Quality Guarantee
Verified by visa and mastercard securecode

Scars and Souvenirs, the third album from Theory of a Deadman, sounds like a rehash of the band's first two albums -- which is to say that it sounds like Nickelback. Chad Kroeger signed them to his 604 Records label in 2001, and throughout Scars and Souvenirs, Theory of a Deadman draw upon the melodies, vocals, choruses, and riffs of Kroeger and company. Many examples abound, but the best is "Not Meant to Be," a song whose melody and chorus bear more than a passing resemblance to All the Right Reasons' "Rockstar." Like their previous effort, Gasoline, Theory of a Deadman turned to producer Howard Benson on Scars and Souvenirs, which could explain why the album sticks to the same sounds and formulas instead of branching out in a new direction. It makes Scars and Souvenirs less then essential, given that nothing has changed. ~ Katherine Fulton

1) So Happy (04:11)
2) By the Way (03:35)
3) Got It Made (03:14)
4) Not Meant to Be (03:33)
5) Crutch (03:16)
6) All or Nothing (03:30)
7) Heaven (Little by Little) (04:19)
8) Bad Girlfriend (03:25)
9) Hate My Life (03:10)
10) Little Smirk (03:31)
11) End of the Summer (03:30)
12) Wait For Me (04:03)
13) Sacrifice (02:54)

Scars & Souvenirs
Main Format
Explicit Lyrics
Keyword Index
Scars & Souvenirs | Theory of a Deadman