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Mad At The World

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Mad At The World was formed in 1987 in Southern California by brothers Roger and Randy Rose.

Few Christian bands have enjoyed the longevity and underground critical acclaim as Mad at the World. From the day mailman and lead singer Roger Rose stuck a tape in a record company executive’s mailbox until current times, Mad at the World has turned heads with their provocative music.

The first two albums featured a synth/pop style of music. Then, in order to have a sound more amiable for live performances, the band’s musical style shifted to hard rock for the next three albums. The last two albums brought some member changes and a more retro sounding style of music.

Lyrically, the band delves into the many struggles we face in life and reminds us of our hope in our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Issues dealt with in the songs include drugs, anger, hopelessness, and lost loves — as well as hope, love, peace, forgiveness, blessed relationships, and eternal life.

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  • MetalFRO

    MATW is pretty much top-notch all the way around. Not a bad album in their discography, and nearly all of their songs are of the highest caliber. Fantastic band.

    20 Aug 2009 Reply
  • chrisxanthus

    I agree!! All their stuff is great!! I only wish I got a chance to see them back in the day!!

    20 Mar 2008 Reply
  • jamesogr

    Excellent band...their entire discography is excellent, from the new wave to the hard rock albums.

    2 Mar 2008 Reply

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