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Reviewer Rating. Honestly, Waste of Mind holds a very special place in my heart because I was in high school when my friend Mike turned me on to Zebrahead and I fell absolutely in love. Prayers for Atheists combined punk and rap very well, but were very short lived.
Still, the song absolutely balls-to-the-wall rocks in a combination of punk and funk. Tabatabaee builds up the atmosphere with a lot of visuals about high school while original singer Justin Mauriello—who would later leave the band to start the band I Hate Kate, which later changed their name to Darling Thieves—really sells the emotional side of the story. But then it comes time to talk about the elephant in the room: disco.
Their second album, Playmate of the Yearwould jettison a lot of the funk and disco elements, accommodating Tabatabaee much less and forcing him to desperately try to figure out how to rap over more conventional pop-punk songs. It would take them a few more albums to really find the right balance of punk and hip-hop again, but they kind of had just the right balance to begin with on their first album, Waste of Mind.
It was only recently on Walk the Plank that they stopped chasing the limelight and accepted that their fame will always lie outside of their home country which allowed them to relax and ease back into what comes naturally to them.Zebrahead waste of mind
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