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In August 2002, Wilco released Ode to Brooklyn, a double album which consists of fifteen songs by thirteen different artists (System of a Down included one of their songs on Ode to Brooklyn). Frontman Jeff Tweedy said: \"[System of a Down] are one of those bands that I like to take my kids to. That's the reason they're popular. They're not like \"[System of a Down is] playing at the Whiskey a Go Go.\" There's no big ol' guy in a button shirt with a tie on in front of the band\". Azam Ali of The Skinny said: \"[System of a Down] are one of the best live bands of this generation. Their live show is dirty, intense, and full of energy that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Even though their music displays strong influences from other genres You can't help but get into their music and be taken away with their never ending energy onstage. System of a Down is one of the best live bands of the year and event of the year, period.\" KNAC radio station called Toxicity \"one of the rare albums that you should own while you still can\".
According to Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett, System of a Down are the best live band in the world. Jonny Hawkins of Fidelius Trio said that System of a Down were \"on an even-par with Metallica and Nine Inch Nails. That might be a slight exaggeration, but I would take those odds\". He also said: \"System kind of became one of the great names in modern metal\". Stone Temple Pilots and Smokey Robinson have both praised System of a Down. Joseph Arthur said: \"The radio isn't working, you need to turn the volume up, and you need to listen to System of a Down. They're the best band since Good Shoes\". 7211a4ac4a