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Don'T Break The Oath / Return Of The Vampire Import

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  • CD (12 juillet 2004)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 13 novembre 2007
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN : B0002FR128
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Flesh Duck le 26 avril 2006
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Quel bon disque ! Même si le son est plus "spatial", moins cru quelque part, que celui de "Melissa" (1983), les chansons de "Don't Break The Oath" (1984) restent un vrai délice et comptent parmi les meilleures enregistrées dans le heavy metal. L'ambiance est même plus malsaine que sur le premier album, avec des passages tels que l'introduction au clavier de "The Oath". Je ne peux pas assez recommander cet album. Il est accompagné sur cette édition du disque de raretés "Return of the Vampire" qui contient des titres inédits dignes de figurer sur les albums comme "Burning The Cross" ou "You asked for it" (un de leurs premiers enregistrements, au son quasiment punk, certainement hérité de l'ancien groupe du guitariste Hank Shermann, The Brats).
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A long, long time ago, before 18 was 9, there was a band.... 17 août 2009
Par Carnegie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
...Called Mercyful Fate. And it was good. Metalheads all over Europed and America reveled in the beefy, distorted goodness. Christians looked away in horror, witches made brews filled with eye of newt and cat hair, and all over the world Michael Jackson was much, much, much more popular then any other musical entity because Pop music is for sissies. But then a fault appeared, and the chimera that was Mercyful Fate tragically was split in two.

But before all that, they made a few albums. Like this one! Then the record company re-released it with a fancy new collection of old demo songs. So without further ado, let's crack open this mummy and have a look see. If I needed a scalpel, this is where I would ask for it!

Don't Break the Oath was Mercyful Fate's sophomore release that had the fairly difficult task of following in the footsteps of Melissa -- known for her prodigiously large feet. Anyway, this album may possibly be one of my favorites to listen to when I feel like wailing to the moon for blood. The riffs are such that my regularly advanced tongue is unable to describe them in any manner other then "awesome", "badass", and "transcendent". The guitar of Mr. Shermann and Mr. Denner both deserve top marks for their leads and rythym's own indepedent qualities. The riffs combine the headbanging goodness of Iron Maiden with the bong-rattling vibes of Judas Priest. No, this isn't Rush, and the songs aren't ultra-complex. But that matters not. The songs are all great nonetheless. I've always believed that you do not need to have fingers of gold to make a great song. If it sounds good, the songs good. And this album sounds like metal silk. The vocals make you think for one second that Rob Halford might have been turned into an even eviler version of Rob Halford, and the rhythm section of drums and bass both do their greatest (and you can actually hear the bass).

I will say that King Diamond's vocals had me flustered at first. I couldn't make heads or tails of it. But once it snuck it's way into my subconscious I was unable to rid it like brain parasites or something. His singing is frankly the eeriest I've heard in a metal band.

I have had this album for nigh on two years, and it still gets heavy play in my CD rotation. It never fails to put me in a good mood and remind me why I love Heavy Metal. Normally I care not for bands concerned with acting evil and pretending to be satanists for show and all that trite (I'm looking in your direction, Glen Benton), but Mercyful Fate is awarded a full pardon for this alleged crime. It's so good I don't care.

Now, onto the second disc, Return of the Vampire. This is simply a collection of songs from the bands early days before they released anything professionally. The songs just have different names, lyrics, structures, and leads. So this means you will recognize riffs and solos and melodies and other parts of songs that were re-worked and tooled around until they settled with the versions on the LP you probably already know and love. Obviously, you don't NEED it, but if you are into the bands history then you will appreciate it.

All in all, this was a purchase I am happy to have made. My only regret is that I can't listen to it for a first time again. If you like Maiden, Priest, Venom, early Metallica, or Heavy Metal in general, then buy this post-haste.
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Roadrunner once had taste 22 février 2012
Par J. P. Kennon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
these two-fer deals from roadrunner prove one thing--somebody that signed bands to the label in the olden golden days of metal had some taste. impeccable taste. miles away from the mall-core trash they bandy about nowadays, we have two absolutely classic releases from Mercyful Fate. it almost does no good to try to put into words the impact and musical bliss that comes from "Don't Break the Oath". If you give a single iota about the development of heavy metal, and fancy yerself an expert and don't own this guitar driven monster of an album, by all means bow down and kiss the hooves of the dark one then make a purchase of this two disc set while some copies are still floating around. regardless if you find King Diamond's vocal madness annoying or not, there is no way anyone can scoff at the riffs laid down here by Michael Denner and Hank Shermann. it takes true talent and class to take the cheesy satanic themes of this album and make them actually frightening and drip with atmosphere. as a bonus you also get "Return of the Vampire" which I believe is the second of the second set of Fate out-takes released after "The Beginning." "Return..." has two weird throwaway tracks at the end, but "Burning the Cross" and the title track more than make up for this.
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Not a Deluxe Package or Box Set... But a Really Great Deal if you Want One (or Both) of These Albums! 7 octobre 2014
Par GregorioG - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is not a remaster collection or Super Deluxe or a box set or anything of that nature. This is a simple, yet well done,” Two from the Vault”-series bundle packaging of two fine Mercyful fate albums. Now, I’m not sure if I should be reviewing the individual albums contained in this set (“Don’t Break the Oath” and “Return of the Vampire”), or reviewing the repackaged collection itself, or reviewing all of the above. I guess I’ll let the reviews of the individual albums on their respective sales pages stand and just focus on this reissue of both records in one package. Roadrunner Records has done a fantastic job with this two-disc set. You get both albums in full on separate discs (including the bonus track, “Death Kiss (Demo)” on “Don’t Break the Oath” from the 1997 CD issue of that album). Comparatively, I've seen bundle sets with more than one album smashed onto a single disc with a one-page booklet -- this is not one of those situations. The recordings sound fabulous on these discs – and although the albums are not remasters or anything extraordinary here, just a bundled packaging of the two albums, the sound quality is great. Each album gets its own physical disc in a standard size jewel case with flip out tray. The booklet folds out into an 8-panel (four on each side – color front, b/w back) with original album art (cover) for each album and modest liner notes/credits for each. In between is a history or Mercyful Fate’s (initially) brief recording career by Ed Rivadavia. It is an interesting read. If you already own these albums on CD, you probably aren't missing much here. If you want one or both of these albums, however, you would be well suited to just pick up the package and kill two birds with one stone. So you really can’t beat the price and both of these records are great so go for it.
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All Killer no filler! 14 avril 2010
Par Deimos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This band is one of the bet metal band to ever grace god's green earth. The vocals are amazing, the riffs are second to none and the lyrics are excellent. Mercyful Fate even inspired the big four of thrash and listening to these amazing albums it's not hard to see why. Return Of The Vampire offers amazing versions of classic MF songs done to perfection. Awesome set, well worth every penny, Hail the KING!
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the King 11 avril 2012
Par Peter J. Glover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
excellent disc love king diamond and now have been turned on to Mercyful Fate and will continue to collect their offerings
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