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Page Artiste Angra


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  • CD (13 novembre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005QKB1
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.3 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. In Excelsis
  2. Nova Era
  3. Millennium Sun
  4. Acid Rain
  5. Heroes Of Sand
  6. Unholy Wars Pt. I - Imperial Crown/Pt. II - Forgiven Return
  7. Rebirth
  8. Judgement Day
  9. Running Alone
  10. Visions Prelude


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Par Blaster of Muppets TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 2 janvier 2009
Format: CD
"Fireworks" (1998), le troisième album d'Angra, a ses fans... je n'en fais pas partie. Après les 2 bombes "Angels Cry" et "Holy Land", j'avais été véritablement déçu. Puis le groupe a splitté: chanteur, bassiste et batteur (rien que ça!) sont partis et ont formé Shaman. La paire de guitaristes hallucinants formée par Kiko Loureiro et Raphael Bittencourt s'est alors mise en tête de continuer à faire vivre Angra. C'est finalement en 2001 que ce "Rebirth" arriva sur nos platines.

Réaction en 2 temps.

D'abord: "Chouette! Angra est de retour!"
En effet, on retrouve vraiment le style des débuts. Ce Heavy-Speed mélodique aux influences classiques, aux touches progressives, et accompagné de quelques sonorités brésiliennes est de retour. L'ange de la pochette nous fait penser à celui d'Angels Cry. "Rebirth" semble bien porter son nom. L'intro suivie de "Nova Era" et "Acid Rain" nous font retrouver avec plaisir le groupe qu'on a tant aimé. De plus, le nouveau vocaliste, Edu Falaschi, possède une bien belle voix et s'acquitte de sa tâche à merveille.

Dans un second temps, une fois la surprise passée, on revient sur terre et on se rend compte qu'il manque quelque chose à cet album. Il lui manque ce soupçon d'audace et d'inventivité qui est la marque des grands. On sent bien que le groupe a voulu rassurer ses fans, on le sent même trop. "Unholy Wars" est calquée sur le même modèle que "Carolina IV" (album "Holy Land"), "Running Alone" rappelle beaucoup "Evil Warning" (album "Angels Cry")...
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Tout simplement magnifique, ce nouvel album réconciliera les fans de la première heure.
"Rebirth" retrouve la magie perdue depuis l'album "Holy land".
La bonne nouvelle c'est que le nouveau chanteur Edu Falaschi nous fait oublier A.matos avec beaucoup de classe et de grace.
Sa voix étant un peu plus heavy les compositions prennent de l'ampleur, ce qui manquait avec André Matos.
les chansons "Millenium sun, Heroes of a sand, Acid rain, Unholy wars, Rebirth" sont tous simplement d'une beauté extraordinaire.
Je vous conseille vivement l'achat de cet album vous ne serez pas déçu.
trés certainement que "Rebirth" sera l'album de l'année!
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11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x905f6918) étoiles sur 5 Angra as its best!!! 13 décembre 2001
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Format: CD
Perhaps the best album from one of the all-time greatest bands in the progressive power metal scene, Angra brings a renewed and yet rooted sound, which reminds the band glorious past but also shows the signs of a new forthcoming era.
Breaking the ties (but not too much :-) with its earlier sound, Angra now focuses more on classical metal, displaying technical excellence with lots of emotional tunes. Angra's sound is marvelous.
With the departure of former singer Andre Mattos, one of Angra's trademarks, along with drummer and bassist, the band almost quit, but with the support of fans worldwide, guitar players Kiko Loureiro and Rafael Bittencurt went out searching and hired the legendary Eduardo Falaschi on lead vocals, the astounting Aquiles Priester on drums, and the very technical Felipe Andreoli on bass, building a line-up that could rival and even exceeds the former formation.
The album is almost perfect on its entirety. You won't find any boring moments. The highlights are "Nova Era", "Heroes of Sand" (listen to the beutiful chorus - unbelievable!), "Acid Rain", "Rebirth" and "Millenium Sun".
If you are a fan of Angra this album will certainly fit in one of the band's top releases. If you don't know or did not like former Angra's sound, give it a chance, I'm sure this album will make tears fall from your eyes.
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HASH(0x905c10cc) étoiles sur 5 FINALLY something worth sinking my teeth into... 27 mai 2005
Par Lyndon Unger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
All right. I'm a professional musician and I'm into everything from Suffocation to Shakti. I've been really frustrated with the North American metal scene for years as it seems to have been a 'music machine' pent on churning out crap time and again. In my search for something quality or something interesting, I've wandered off through most of the Euro-metal scene and I recently discovered the Brazillian band Angra.

These guys are great players and clever songwriters and I've become a maniacal fan of Angra on the basis of this album and the following one (Temple of Shadows). The songs are well written, though not insanely original, but the playing and production are fantastic. Kiko Loureiro and Raphael Bittencourt are a fantastic pair of guitarists, Aquiles Priester is a drummer who reminds me of Mike Portnoy or Virgil Donati (very creative playing), Filepe Andreoli is a super bass player and Edu Falaschi should be singing for Dream Theater. They're a great collection of fantastic parts that adds up to an awe inspiring whole.

Apparently some fans are frustrated because this new line up (new drummer, bassist and vocalist) is 'not as good' as the old one, but I strongly disagree. I'm a new fan to Angra and not committed to the original line up, and if you like any Euro Metal, you'll LOVE Angra. Also, some have criticized the musicianship and commented no recycled songs. As for that criticim, I simply laugh. There's no such thing as a song that isn't influenced by previous music, and if you think Angra has crappy musicianship, you simply are confused about what 'musicianship' means. None the less, I've been listening to them for the last 3 weeks straight and it's only getting better.

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Update -March 23, 2009- I've been listening to Angra for several years now and I STILL listen to Rebirth regularly. "Nova Era" and "Unholy Wars" are two AMAZING metal songs. I think that "Temple of Shadows" is their best album, with this as a close second and "Aurora Consurgens" as third. I have found other bands that have somewhat close to the technical ability of Angra, but no other bands combines musicality with such amazingly diverse songwriting. Angra is astoundingly good metal!
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HASH(0x90596ea0) étoiles sur 5 you can't be disappointed... 15 octobre 2003
Par Matt Stoessel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The last time I listened to this, something funny came to mind. Rebirth has drumming similar to that on King of the Nordic Twilight. They are both rare style drumming and are hard to get used to, but once you do, it's what makes Angra Angra and Luca Turilli Luca Turilli.
Onto some of the songs. The intro is very soft. Nova Era is almost an incredible song, but it doesn't stand out as much as other openers to me. It is still very good and a decent opener, but it's no wonder, like Eagleheart or Knightrider of Doom. Millennium Sun, the first time I listened to Rebirth, almost shocked me having a second song being a ballad. But, it's not a ballad. Millennium Sun is just as good as Nova Era. I don't know this CD song by song as well as I know others, but I can tell you that "Unholy Wars" is a PERFECT song for someone getting into euro-metal. It is over 8:00 and it's just so fun of a song! My other highlight is Visions Prelude, the closing ballad. I love this song. Again, it's one of a kind.
Angra is a band that might take over as someone's favorite band within a week. Or they might just be someone who is great to listen to whenever you actually decide to put it into the CD player, like me. I do this with Vision Divine, too, which is also a great band. Actually, I would recommend them to all Angra fans. All in all, this CD just has to be in every euro metal collection - it's a classic, or diamond in the rough, if you prefer.
Also, I found that when I listen to this CD, it reminds me of Beholder's CD "Wish for Destruction". The 2 are comparable in so many ways. They are both fast, not that heavy, and quite melodic. If you own either one of these and like it, buy the other one.
When you get the chance, check out my other reviews. I don't have a lot of melodic metal reviews as we speak, but my other reviews are still good. Also, do me and other amazon shoppers a favor and say if this review helped you or not. Thanks.
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HASH(0x905c112c) étoiles sur 5 Triumphant Return 14 avril 2007
Par Justin G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
And to think I was worried when I first heard that Angra "broke up" in 2000. Little did I know that the result of the split would result in not one but two great progressive power metal bands. Original vocalist Andre Matos, bassist Luis Mariutti, and drummer Ricardo Confessori left to start the excellent Shaman (Matos has since exited for a solo career), while the remaining members brought in some new blood, most notably vocalist Edu Falaschi, and re-launched Angra in 2001 with the breathtaking album Rebirth.

As much as I love the early Angra albums, Rebirth is the album I'm most likely to wear out from repeated listens. Rebirth comes across as a more polished, more mature version of the band's debut album Angels Cry. All of the elements that made that album a classic are present here, from the high-speed guitars to the prominent keyboards to the fantastic melodies to Angra's signature Brazilian musical elements. On top of that, the band finally has a vocalist who doesn't have to rely exclusively on high notes. Edu Falaschi is a major talent, and his powerful soaring voice is no doubt a welcome change for those who were put off by Andre Matos's high-pitched style (which to be honest I never minded).

This album is so powerful and so melodic that it took all of 30 seconds of the first song (after the obligatory instrumental intro) to have me totally sold. Very few power metal albums leave me breathless like Rebirth did, and six years later it still has every bit as much an impact. Aside from that throwaway intro track, there isn't a weak moment on the whole album. In fact, it's quite the opposite. Every single song on Rebirth is an absolute classic.

Put Rebirth right up there with Holy Land as the crown jewels of the Angra discography. Fans of great melodic power metal, from Iron Maiden and Helloween to Dragonforce and Brainstorm need to add Rebirth to their collections.
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HASH(0x905c0930) étoiles sur 5 Angra shines again 11 décembre 2001
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Angra had a trademark, some would claim it was Andre Matos' (former singer) voice, but I would disagree completely. Angra is all about masterful guitar playing: Kiko Loureiro and Rafael Bittencurt are superb players and they had always lead Angra's sound towards the top level of power and melodic heavy metal.
The other musicians were very good in their supporting hole, but the real force behind Angra's great sound had always been in the hands of Kiko and Rafael. Now with the departure of former singer, bass player and drummer, Angra faced the hardest times of their life only to come back better than ever with the greatest release of their entire career.
Rebirth is a masterpiece. Ranging from the beautiful melodic tunes on Rebirth and Milenium Sun to the powerful drums on Acid Rain, every song tells a history of passion for music. Very few songs had the power to touch me the way Heroes of Sand did (I list it besides Bruce Dickinson's Dark Side of Aquarius and Omega, from his album Accident of Birth).
Don't take me wrong, I really love the past albums, and I'm a very big fan of Andre Matos singing since 1989 when he was in Viper, it only happens that after hearing Eduardo Falaschi (current singer) singing with Angra, I can only say that it was Matos' voice what had always kept Angra from attaining supremacy in the speed/power metal scene. I think Matos would better be doing some solo stuff (and I'm eager to buy his albums). Eduardo voice fits perfectly to what seems to me to be the real sound of Angra. When Bruce Dickinson left Iron Maiden, Eduardo Falaschi was one of the finalists selected to take over Dickinson's place. His voice is one of the most beutiful I ever heard, reminding me of Kamelot singer Roy Khan, which is considered one of the greatests voices in metal.
Aquiles Priester, the new drummer, is simply marvelous. His playing reminds me of a young and very talented drummer from the 80's you all know as Lars Ulrich (which seems to have forgotten how to play nowadays in Metallica new style). But Priester is a lot more technical and precise. Felipe Andreoli, new bass player, is unbelieveably good and technical. Both players had been touring with Paul Diano (former Iron Maiden's singer) showing his recognition for their excellence.
All I hope is that Angra keeps this line-up for years to come.
Now it's time for a new era (Nova Era). Reborn, Angra shines again!
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