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Page Artiste Black Label Society


Détails sur le produit

  • CD (5 mars 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005Y1UB
  • Autres éditions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Bleed For Me
  2. Lords Of Destruction
  3. Demise Of Sanity
  4. Life, Birth, Blood, Doom
  5. Bridge To Cross
  6. Battering Ram
  7. Speedball
  8. Graveyard Disciples
  9. Genocide Junkies
  10. Lost Heaven
  11. Refuse To Bow Down
  12. Mass Murder Machine
  13. Berserkers
  14. America The Beautiful

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Par kasteel le 5 juillet 2010
Format: CD
Cet album est super, ont ne sans lasse pas, une fois le CD mis en route "bleed for me" nous motive d'entrée. 1919 Eternal et l'album qui ma fait découvrir le groupe est depuis j'en suis fan.
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Par Blaster of Muppets TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 1 mai 2009
Format: CD
Avec Black Label Society, Zakk Wylde (guitariste de génie chez Ozzy Osbourne) se fait plaisir en proposant un gros Heavy Metal bien musclé, lourd et gras à la fois, assez jouissif mais qui peut aussi s'avérer poussif de temps à autre.
Je suis fan de Mr. Wylde depuis le jour où mes oreilles sont tombées sur "No Rest For The Wicked" d'Ozzy, il y a environ 18 ans de cela. Depuis, je me suis intéressé à tout ce que le musicien a pu sortir. Aujourd'hui encore, je reste fan malgré tout, mais je regrette tout de même un peu que ce grand guitariste ait perdu de la flamboyance et de la finesse qui caractérisait son jeu à une époque. Il se complait un peu trop souvent à mon goût dans la descente de manche démonstrative et facile, le gros, le gras, le "qui en met plein la tronche", mais le feeling est trop souvent mis au placard... Restent des riffs énormes et jouissifs qui servent bien le propos de son groupe! Bref, ce n'est pas forcément le débat du jour alors passons à cet album: "1919 Eternal".

J'aime beaucoup certains disques de BLS, mais je dois avouer que j'ai revendu celui-ci. En effet, à part quelques compositions atomiques méritant de figurer en bonne place sur un Best-Of du groupe (je pense aux excellentes "Bleed for Me", "Demise of Sanity" et "Battering Ram"), je trouve que cette production manque singulièrement de morceaux remarquables.
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HASH(0x9fe435e4) étoiles sur 5 �(He is) the eternal...BATTERING RAM!� 10 mai 2004
Par Barry Lee Dejasu - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of Black Label Society's most straightforward metal albums (at least one in a trilogy of them, along with STRONGER THAN DEATH and THE BLESSED HELLRIDE), this features some of Zakk Wylde's best metal work. After a few noise effects and a strangely brutal howl, a fairly fast, rumbling riff smashes in with the intensity of a derailed train on "Bleed for Me," one of the most memorable songs in Black Label Society's (and Zakk's) career.
Black Label Society is one of the ultimate metal outfits I have ever heard; they (and by "they," I mean Zakk and whomever else he hires as extra help) can do it all. There are the fast-paced, riff-based juggernauts like "Bleed for Me," "Lords of Destruction," "Demise of Sanity," and "Battering Ram." Songs like "Life, Birth, Blood, Doom," "Graveyard Disciples," "Refuse to Bow Down," and "Berserkers" carry Zakk's signature chugging, lock-step rhythms. Then there's a couple ballads/semi-ballads, including "Bridge to Cross," "Lost Heaven," and the absolutely amazing acoustic instrumental "America the Beautiful," which is to this day my favorite of Zakk's quieter pieces.
Zakk's vocal performance, as is unfortunately often the case with Black Label Society, is somewhat marred at times. After hearing his amazing singing voice on BOOK OF SHADOW, I know he can do better than this; but then again, Black Label Society is an entirely different beast from that album. As well, his lyrics are their usual subjects of fighting, death, war, getting drunk and/or stoned, and generally being a bada**. However, it is ultimately the instrumental work that is Zakk's emphasis with Black Label Society, and it works.
Still one of my top 5 favorite guitarists, Zakk never fails to impress me, especially not on this album. Riffs aplenty, his solos and leads here are especially vigorous and ferocious, and often trippy (just listen to the lead in the pre-chorus of "Lords of Destruction"). Perhaps my favorite track, instrumentally, is "Demise of Sanity," where he has fast riffs played in a lock-step rhythm, with simply killer bursts of distortion in the choruses. And the solo...it nearly makes me have seizures listening to it. Well, not really, but you know what I mean.
His acoustic guitar talents are fully exercised here, too, as evident on "Bridge to Cross," "Lost Heaven," and "America the Beautiful." He puts such soul and nice grooves into the strums and finger-picking, it really is some amazing stuff. Again, for more of this, check out BOOK OF SHADOWS. And yes, he has one of his little acoustic guitar solos, which might not be much, but sure show off his talent.
Finally, the hired musicians: Craig Nunemacher, longtime drummer for Crowbar, once again lends his excellent talents to Black Label Society. However, on several tracks ("Bleed for Me," "Demise of Sanity," and "Life, Birth, Blood, Doom") someone known as Christian Werr is the muscle behind the percussion. Whoever he is, he is quite good. Also, on "Demise" and "Life..." is featured Robert Trujillo, currently the bassist for Metallica and formerly of Suicidal Tendencies and Ozzy. He adds a nice, funky sort of groove to the work, and really has a good stage presence. His work will be missed.
And...that's it. For an ultimately good, old-fashioned heavy metal album, check out Black Label Society's 1919 ETERNAL. Just don't headbang too hard.
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HASH(0x9fe43734) étoiles sur 5 A breath of fresh air amongst all the rap/rock crap 7 mars 2002
Par J. Fuhrman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a big fan of Zakk Wylde since his days with Ozzy, and have purchased every one of his CD's throughout his career. This one is has both the heaviness of Stronger Than Death and the variety of Sonic Brew. I'd say its a better album overall than Stronger Than Death. It was just recorded poorly and dominated by too many of similar-sounding riffs. This album containing 14 songs is still very heavy, but has a couple slower songs, including a nice but short instrumental: Speedball. Finally after all the hardcore songs it finishes with Zakk's own version of "America the Beautiful." Something I wouldn't normally expect on an album of his, but a nice interpretation nonetheless. If you like BLS this is a must buy, but if you're also tired of all the mainstream rock/rap trash like Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit, this album will definately remind you of what rock 'n roll is all about.
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HASH(0x9fe43a70) étoiles sur 5 Decent metal album. But his newer stuff is better. 30 octobre 2004
Par James O'Brien - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A good run of the mill metal album, with a few standouts - and they do stand out. 'Bridge To Cross' is a beautiful song with a suberb solo, and 'Bleed For Me' is good also. However, the vocals are sometimes perhaps below standard, and I'd easily reccomend 'The Blessed Hellride' over this, but if you like rock and like Zakk Wyldes stuff with Ozzy then buy this album for 'Bridge to Cross' alone.

However, for people who aren't Z.W devotees, the shredding may get annoying after a while - this is something he's improved with newer stuff - the solo's have feeling in them, not just speed. Recommended, but don't expect a masterpiece. I am suprised to read that BLS fans like this album the best - possibly because it is more metal-head orientated and not as mainstream.
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HASH(0x9fe4359c) étoiles sur 5 The album Ozzy should have put out 12 juin 2002
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I will start by saying I was more disappointed with the fact that Zakk Wylde was not permitted to write for Ozzy's recent "Down to Earth" album because it wouldn't have been commercial enough, so I was anxious to hear the new BLS album. While its not as brutal and staggering as "Stronger Than Death", "1919 Eternal" has a lot going for it. Opening track "Bleed For Me" screams radio single, boasting Zakk's trademark growl and a catchy opening riff followed by a blazing solo. "Life, Birth, Blood, Doom" is an album highlight, featuring the longest solo on the album. However, songs like "Battering Ram", "Demise of Sanity", and "Graveyard Disciples" sound like these songs were written for Ozzy, I mean the way Zakk sings them you can imagine Ozzy singing them, but thats not necessarily a bad thing. The album closer is Zakk's rendition of "America the Beautiful", a touching acoustic tribute to our country and those who died on September 11th. All in all, "1919 Eternal" may not be Zakk's best work, but to say that its worth a look is an understatement.
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HASH(0x9fe43f2c) étoiles sur 5 1919 Eternal 30 juillet 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Zakk Wylde's 1919 Eternal is so refreshing to hear, especially in a time when music is dominated by untalented musicians with little skill on their instruments. Zakk Wylde is the modern guitar god, he summons such a powerful sound from it with such ease. This album proves the power of playing a Les Paul through a Marshall amp, Zakk's trademark setup.
The album opener Bleed For Me thrashes from start to finish and reaches climax with a soaring solo. Lords Of Destruction marches along on a mid-speed riff and develops into a grooving riff before going into a slamming solo. Zakk's voice is also very powerful and commands attention. Demise Of Sanity is a stomping track with crunchy guitar work, pounding drums and great vocals. Life, Birth, Blood, Doom is driven by a slow crunchy riff, and builds into a huge guitar solo. It is an excellent song with excellent lyrics and vocals. Lost Heaven takes down the speed with acoustic guitar, and passionate vocals and lyrics by Zakk. A slower track but still a standout. Refuse To Bow Down has an awesome grooving riff, and a blistering lead. Mass Murder Machine is driven by an awesome riff, great chorus, and a slow build to a huge solo. I recommend this album to anyone who likes there music driven by huge riffs, screaming vocals, and powerful lead playing.
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