(2005) Extreme Behavior

Hinder

... read moreReleased in September 2005, Hinder's Extreme Behavior revives the riffs and misogynistic tone of 2001 albums from Puddle of Mudd and Nickelback for a whole new batch of undergrads. This isn't so much post-grunge as it is straight-up dude rock. The artwork is a triggered response collage of lingerie...

38′:21″ 10 Songs

1
Get Stoned
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3:41
2
How Long (Album Version (Explicit))
Hinder
3:24
3
By The Way
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3:51
4
Nothin' Good About Goodbye
Hinder
3:52
5
Bliss (I Don't Wanna Know)
Hinder
3:50
6
Better Than Me
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3:44
7
Room 21 (Album Version (Explicit))
Hinder
3:42
8
Lips Of An Angel
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4:21
9
Homecoming Queen
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4:38
10
Shoulda
Hinder
3:18
Released 01 January 2005, ℗ 2005 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings Inc and Disturbing Tha Peace Records Inc.

Review

Released in September 2005, Hinder's Extreme Behavior revives the riffs and misogynistic tone of 2001 albums from Puddle of Mudd and Nickelback for a whole new batch of undergrads. This isn't so much post-grunge as it is straight-up dude rock. The artwork is a triggered response collage of lingerie and Jäger, and the music blares like a stereo left on in the keg room, all swear words and electric guitar blab. Hinder singer Austin Winkler is a stand-in for Nickelback's Chad Kroeger, and his lyrics? Like the chorus of lead single "Get Stoned" that asserts sex is better when the participants are angry and high, Winkler doesn't show a lot of class on Behavior. Hinder do try a little tenderness here and there. They sound like a heavier Wallflowers on "Nothin' Good About Goodbye," and "Lips of an Angel" carries the power ballad torch complete with a soaring solo stolen from hair metal's golden era. "Homecoming Queen" is another take on the good-girl-tarnished-by-big-bad-L.A. story; it's also a pretty obvious rewrite of Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child o' Mine." For the most part, Hinder are all about big dumb rock, the kind of stuff that's happily ignorant of common courtesy or trying much of anything new musically. ~ Johnny Loftus