Darker in tone than previous efforts, Lostprophets' fourth album is possibly their least pop-focused release to date. Taking inspiration from band's such as Faith No More, although 'The Betrayed' may not be as immediately accessible as more recent efforts, it has much more depth. Some of the material here recalls the band's earliest days as a hardcore punk act, shedding the emo/pop-punk style for which they are widely known.
1.If It Wasn't For Hate We'd Be Dead By Now
3.It's Not The End Of The World But I Can See It From Here
4.Where We Belong
5.Next Stop Atro City
6.For He's A Jolly Good Felon
7.A Better Nothing
8.Streets Of Nowhere
9.Dirty Little Heart
11.The Light That Burns Twice As Bright...