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From the Album 1. 1000hp 2. FML 3. Something Different 4. What's Next? 5. Generation Day 6. Locked and Loaded 7. Living In The Gray 8. I Dont Belong 9. Nothing Comes Easy 10. Turning To Stone

Other Songs A Mind Beside Itself Asleep "Awake" Bad Magick Bad Religion Best Of Times Bleeding Me Blood In My Eyes Bulletproof Changes Come Together Cryin Like a B**ch Cryin Like A Bitch Dead And Broken Devil's Swing Every Part Of Me Eye Of The Storm Faceless Fallen Down Forever Shamed Forgive Me Get Up Get Out! Goin Down  Going Down Good Day to Die GOOD TIMES BAD TIMES Greed Growing Old Hells Not Dead Hollow I Am I Blame You I F*cking Hate You I Fucking Hate You I Stand Alone Im Doing The Best I Ever Did Immune Just One Time Keep Away Let it Out Lets Go Life Is Good [Bonus Track] Lighting Up the Sky Livin In Sin Locked Locked andamp; Loaded Locked & Loaded Love-Hate-Sex-Pain Make Me Believe Mama Mistakes Moon Baby No Rest For The Wicked Nothing Else Matters Now or Never One Rainy Day Out Of Line Realign Red White and Blue Release The Demons Releasing The Demons Rocky Mountain Way Rocky Mountian Way Running Blind Safe And Sound Saints and Sinners Say My Name Serenity Shadow of a Soul Shine Down Sick Of Life Situation Snakebite Someday Someone in London Soul On Fire Speak Spiral Straight Out Of Line Straight Outta Line Stress Surrender Sweet Leaf Take It To The Edge Temptation The Awakening The Departed The Enemy The Journey The Oracle The Spiral Time Time Bomb TOUCH Touche Trippin Under Your Scars Unforgettable Vampires Vice Grips Voices Voodoo Voodoo Too War and Peace What About Me What If? Whatever When Legends Rise Whiskey Hangover Why You And I
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Godsmack is an American Hard Rock band from Lawrence, Massachusetts, formed in 1995. The band has 20 top ten rock radio hits, including 15 songs in the top five, a record number of top ten singles by a rock artist. They have sold over 20 million records. -Wikipedia
Sully Erna -
lead vocals, rhythm guitar, drums, percussion, keyboards, harmonica (1995-present)

Robbie Merrill -
bass guitar (1995-present)

Tony Rombola -
lead guitar, backing vocals (1996-present)

Shannon Larkin -
drums, percussion (2002-present)

Name Origin:
Erna stated in a 1999 interview, "I was making fun of somebody who had a cold sore on his lip and the next day I had one myself and somebody said, It looks like God smacked your face for making fun. The name stuck and they went by Godsmack from then on. We were aware of the Alice in Chains song but didn't really think much about it."

From: Lawrence, Massachusetts, US
Genre(s): Alternative metal, hard rock, heavy metal, post-grunge
Active From: 1995-Present
Associated Acts: Dropbox Fuel Lo-Pro Meliah Rage Snot Souls at Zero Ugly Kid Joe Vanilla Ice Wrathchild America
Boston Music Award for Outstanding Rock/Pop Band
Boston Music Award for HARD ROCK BAND

It's a different feeling; I like touring and playing on the road better, but recording has its good spots.
-Robbie Merrill

We recorded the first album in one weekend, and that was the foundation of what became the end product. This one, we wrote on the road, and we learned to play in sound checks and rehearsals, only to go in and tape them in the studio later.
-Robbie Merrill

We are diverse, big time. Sully is the main man, which makes sense as the lead man of the band. Tony and myself are quiet; I need to be begged to do these interviews (laughs). But it comes down to being a team, that is the main thing. Knowing, understanding and accepting our roles.
-Robbie Merrill

I actually knew Sully's sister, and I was in a band called Stripmind, and then I became roommates with Sully and being out of a band, he asked if I wanted to join in his. Tony was originally the second guitarist in the band; a guy by the name of Lee Richards was the first. The rest is pretty much history.
-Robbie Merrill

I started at 14, and only played bass. I traded in my train set for a bass, and used my dad's amp.
-Robbie Merrill

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