Army of Anyone was essentially a “supergroup” consisting of Richard Patrick from Filter, the DeLeo brothers from Stone Temple Pilots and Ray Luzier from David Lee Roth’s old band that made one eponymous album that was released the prior November. I was skeptical because of another “supergroup” the DeLeo brothers had put together called Talk Show about 10 years earlier that fell a little short of what I had hoped BUT I love Filter and I love Stone Temple Pilots so I decided to give the album a whirl. It has it’s moments so I decided to go check them out because A.) I was jonesing to go see a concert and B.) I figured they would sprinkle in some Filter and STP songs to fill out their set. I was right. The songs from the album generally sounded even better live and who can resist a good old fashioned sing along to classic songs.