Papa Roach - Who Do You Trust?

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Artist :   Papa Roach
Album Name :   Who Do You Trust?
Genre :   Hard Rock
Tracks :   12
Relase Date :   18 January 2019
Country :   USA

Who Do You Trust? (Papa Roach) Album Songs

Song Title Artist Time
1. The Ending Papa Roach 3:29
2. Renegade Music Papa Roach 3:29
3. Not the Only One Papa Roach 3:25
4. Who Do You Trust? Papa Roach 3:16
5. Elevate Papa Roach 3:11
6. Come Around Papa Roach 3:30
7. Feel like Home Papa Roach 3:10
8. Problems Papa Roach 3:03
9. Top of the World Papa Roach 3:53
10. I Suffer Well Papa Roach 1:21
11. Maniac Papa Roach 3:20
12. Better Than Life Papa Roach 3:21

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  • Not a Rock album

    I have no idea why this is labeled as rock music. I’m more of a fan of their rock side. Like 2 songs are rock songs on here. I enjoyed “Feels Like Home”. “Maniac” wasn’t too bad, but the rest is way too electronic and rappy for my taste. Dude has such a great angst singing voice for rock and roll, and I hate when he wastes that on the less talented rapping. They teased some of this new sound on Crooked Teeth, but it wasn’t overwhelming and still very catchy with good beats, but I just couldn’t get into this album. Didn’t feel it. Hopefully they return to rock and roll on their next one.
  • Papa Roach Dominates Again🔥

    What a fantastic album. People are so quick to bash something that they aren’t used to. NEWS FLASH: BANDS EVOLVE. Just because every single song on this album isn’t 100% rock, doesn’t mean it’s not good! This album is AMAZING! Papa Roach is the best! Keep it up!
  • Squashed Roach

    The Apex Viper
    EARBLEEDING at its finest!
  • Very Disappointed!

    What were they thinking? If I wanted to listen to Pop, Hip Hop or Rap, I wouldn't be listening to PR in the first place. I get they are trying to expand and evolve, but I don't think it is a good idea to go so far out that you lose you core fans. Not a metal album, and not real sure it will appeal to the pop, hip hop or rap fans either. I'm not sure who this album is for, but definitely not for me!
  • Love it!

    Huge Papa Roach fan! Love this album. Though “Who do you trust?” is my least favorite, so I’m not sure why they released that song first. “Come Around,” “Renegade Music,” “Elevate,” and “Problems” are probably my favorites. Oh and “Better than Life.” Lol
  • Love it

    Diabolic Snake
    Love the sound and lyrics. They never let me down!
  • Still better than Kanye

    Like most bands... Eventually tastes and experiences change their sound... Unfortunately this record is falling short of expectations... But... We can all forgive a bad record or two from these guys... Glad they’re still recording... Glad they haven’t lost they’re drive...
  • Love PR but this isn't PR

    Like the title and others have said, this isn't Papa Roach. One of the few things PR brought to the music scene was stuff people could relate too, you could feel the emotions with each riff, each pounding of the drum, and each note being pelted out into the world. Sorry, but this simply doesn't cut it. Bring back the old PR.
  • Throw me more... more 💚

    Favorite artist. Love this collection. Never disappointed in Papa Roach.
  • A step too far...

    PR has changed a lot, and I've liked just about everything they've put out since beginning to make their changes and grow as a band. This took the changes a little too far for me. There's only 4 songs that I think are worthwhile on this album, which is a little disappointing since there's usually only 1 or 2 songs (if any) that I wouldn't want to listen to on repeat.

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Who Do You Trust? is an American television game show, originally hosted by comedian Johnny Carson (with the title Do You Trust Your Wife? until July 1958), which aired from September 30, 1957, to November 15, 1957, at 4:30 pm, Eastern on ABC, and from November 18, 1957, to December 27, 1963 at 3:30 pm, Eastern - a schedule that helped garner a significant number of young viewers coming home from school. The series was initially emceed by Carson and announced by Bill Nimmo. A year into the run, Nimmo was replaced by Ed McMahon, and from that point until 1992 the two would spend the majority of their careers together. Carson and McMahon departed in 1962 when Carson was hired to take over from Jack Paar on NBC's Tonight, which had been retitled The Jack Paar Show (and changed back to an earlier title, The Tonight Show, under Carson), where they would both spend the next thirty years together. Woody Woodbury took over the Who Do You Trust? hosting position while Nimmo returned to announce. The show was produced at the Little Theater on 44th Street in New York (today known as the Helen Hayes Theater)..