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Welcome to the Freakshow

Hinder  Handclapping Hinder  Foot Stomping Hinder  Main Performer

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1 Save Me Hanson/Warren/Warre 2:46
2 Ladies Come First Hanson/Kear/Tompkin 3:03
3 Should Have Known Better Dutton/Halavacs/Han 3:28
4 Freakshow Hanson/Winkler/Wise 3:05
5 Talk to Me Hanson/Warren/Warre 3:10
6 Get Me Away from You Hanson/Warren/Warre 3:10
7 Is It Just Me Hanson/Warren/Warre 3:20
8 I Don't Wanna Believe Hanson/Kear/Marx/Wi 3:30
9 See You in Hell Hanson/Warren/Warre 3:19
10 Anyone But You Hanson/Warren/Warre 4:10
11 Wanna Be Rich Dutton/Hanson/Winkl 3:47
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Welcome to the Freakshow

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Republic

Category: Pop/Rock

Welcome to the Freakshow

UPC: 602537198450

Release Date: 12/04/2012

Original Release Date: 12/04/2012

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Save Me, Ladies Come First, Should Have Known Better, Freakshow, Talk to Me, Get Me Away from You, Is It Just Me, I Don't Wanna Believe, See You in Hell, Anyone But You, Wanna Be Rich]

James Christopher Monger

According to Austin Winkler, Welcome to the Freakshow, the fourth studio album from Oklahoma-based post-grunge/sleaze rockers Hinder, was created in the throes of "a really, really dark drug binge" that resulted in a post-recording hospital stint for the notoriously rowdy frontman, suggesting that the band had finally reached the rehab portion in its extremely long reading of Mötley Crüe's The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band. While Freakshow may have been conjured in darkness, it's hardly a downer, offering up 11 tracks that run the gamut from crass, high-energy "underbite rock" anthems ("Save Me," "See You in Hell," "Wanna Be Rich") to lighter-melting power ballads ("Should Have Known Better," "Talk to Me," "Anyone But You"). ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi