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  • CD (2 février 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Ada Global, Ltd.
  • ASIN : B00014ZJII
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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  1. Heresy
  2. X-Communication
  3. Do You Fear For Your Child
  4. Easy Girl
  5. Universal Blackness
  6. And This Is What The Devil Does
  7. These Remains
  8. On This Rack
  9. Gateway To hell
  10. Scene One, Seen 'Em All
  11. Nervous Xians (Live)
  12. X-Communication (Live)
  13. Back From Beyond

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Thomas who? 12 août 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had to put in my two cents about "..Good Spirits..." because I found it so funny that somebody actually posted a review claiming that Thomas Thorn made TKK what it was/is. That would make for a sensational back story if it were true...just picture it, "The Satanic Real Deal Leaves Thrill Kill for Greater Pastures--Band Suffers In Aftermath"...but the truth of the matter is, Thomas Thorn had very little, if anything, to do with either this album or its follow-up, "Confessions of a Knife".
Saying that Buck Ryder/Thomas Thorn made the band anything is like saying that the gas you put in your car makes the horn sound a lot better. The creative core of Thrill Kill Kult has always been Groovie Mann & Buzz McCoy. The musicians and characters that they recruit as part of their mythos are mainly for show and for live purposes. I think Buck Ryder was around to play keyboards and trigger samples on one or two tours, and maybe to pose for some promotional photographs in order to pad out the lineup of the band. But that's as far is it goes.
Thomas Thorn used his stint as Buck Ryder to launch his own band, the Electric Hellfire Club, and they have hardly enjoyed the longevity that Thrill Kill Kult has sustained.
The reason for this is evident in Thrill Kill Kult's music, even this debut collection: They understand that it's all a joke and a put-on. They walk the ambiguous line between making their songs campy (check out "Easy Girl") or ominous ("And This Is What the Devil Does"). While this particular collection leans more toward the ominous, if you take a close look at what they're doing, they have used the simple elements of sampling, chord progressions, and abstract lyrics to make light of what people like Thomas Thorn and bands like The Electric Hellfire don't seem to understand: saying that you are in league with Satan, especially in the context of rock music, is just as silly as thumping a Bible and telling other people they're going to burn in Hell.
What make Thrill Kill Kult more than just a gag is that they have used this theme to reflect some very real emotions in their musical fantasies. The whole Satanism/cult theme is used here to allude to very real feelings of alienation ("Devil Does"), betrayal ("These Remains"), and angst ("On This Rack"). Whether it was intended or not, you can even find elements of philosophy in "Gateway to Hell", which uses the lyrical refrain of "You're not real, we have to think so" to suggest psychological theories of absolute reality and moral direction.
Anybody who sees this as "Satanic rock" is missing the whole point. Instead, Thrill Kill Kult seem interested simply in the fascination that many people have with the occult, as well as the ability that this topic has to get people riled up over nothing. The distance they create between themselves and their material suggests that they see the whole image as fantasy, and their abilty to create aggressive and engaging soundscapes is the main focus of the band in the first place. "...Good Spirits" is an admirable debut that they managed to improve upon with each successive release.
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It's a "Gateway To Hell". 2 mars 2004
Par H3@+h - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There's alot of groups and albums out there that are pretty dark, but to me none of them are as evil as "I See Good Spirits and I See Bad Spirits". Maybe it's because I was in my teens when I first heard this, or maybe because I was "under the influence" at the time, but it shocked and scared me. Musically it's good and catchy techno/industrial music, but the lyrics are all sex, drugs, and Satan. Alot of samples that talk of Kults and the devil, and songs that involve chanting demonic voices make you feel like you're actually listening to something being sacrificed on some tracks. I own six "TKK" albums, and this is probably my favorite, though "Confessions Of A Knife" and "Sexplosion" are classic too. Also this is now remastered with bonus tracks. Life without it would be hell.
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Universal Blackness 23 mai 2002
Par Jason Robey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I find one question haunting me everytime I listen to this album: "what good spirits?" I sure don't see them. All's I see are the bad ones. It's quite possible the bad spirits have the good ones locked in the basement. Or maybe they... ate them? No telling, but one thing's for sure: this album is evil, pure and simple.
It's like a black celebration commemorating a grand, satanic conquest. Think of a dark, blood-stained dancefloor clogged with ghouls and wicked things, all pulsing and gyrating while a house band pumps vilified electro-industrial-goth-funk through monstrous, brain-hemmoraging speakers. Well, Thrill Kill Kult is that house band.
"I See Good Spirits and I See Bad Spirits" was released in December 1988 on the legendary Chicago-based industrial label 'Wax Trax!' This is TKK's debut album, and as such it's less polished than their later releases. It may even sound dated to those who haven't grown up with it. But if that turns you off, then you're missing out on some great music.
The easiest category in which to pigeonhole TKK is "industrial." There are some heavy industrial overtones, true, but TKK shares just as much in common with goth, house, glam, metal, and even funk. Add to that their own original and idiosyncratic style and you find TKK in a league all their own.
The album is ripe (or rotten) with diabolical imagery. "There are a lot of people who practice independent satanic rituals" is the first sample you hear, followed by "there are just some, uh, eccentric housewives trying to imagine the devil under every bed." "The tempter, the bad Mary" and "lovers and killers of Christ" sings TKK crooner Groovie Mann on the album's second track, "X-Communication." "This man says I have needed to mend my unholy life" he wails on "... And This Is What The Devil Does." Yep, he has some 'splaining to do when he arrives at those Pearly Gates.
My favorite track on this album, and one of my favorite all-time TKK cuts, is "Do You Fear (For Your Child)." There are so many cool things going on in the music. Buzz McCoy pulls out all the stops: from his ominous bass guitar to the numerous samples -- "oh, uh-uh-uh-oh," "straight outta hell," "you're not God" -- this is a tight song. I love the lyrics, especially the first verse. Groovie's vocals, sleazy and ultra-cool, are right on, and the Bomb Gang Girls provide soulful backup.
The music on this album is varied and frenetic, and not quite like anything you've probably heard before, unless you have the other early TKK albums. "Heresy" and especially "Universal Blackness" are so dismal, foreign, and ominous it's almost frightening. Don't worry, the songs can't hurt you. Nevertheless, try not to listen to "Universal Blackness" with the lights off for any extended period of time if you value your sanity. Just a tip.
I don't know if it came across, but My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult is one of my favorite bands. If you're unsure about this band or this album, please take my review with a healthy dose of levity. And please make sure your conscience can handle all the unholiness that TKK will throw at you on this album. ...
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A top five industrial album. 29 mai 2005
Par John T. Summers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This was the album that made me loose the first bit of my soul. It was wonderful. I also attribute this album to god turning his back on

me, you see I hame an "unnatural" love for this album. I have an older version on CD, and the production value is less than perfect but it still exudes a nice punk rock menace as all good industrial should.

The cleverness of the lyrics and the ability to turn a phrase keep the songs fresh while there is usualy(?) base heavy big beat groove. I've seen them several times live and am always pleased when they play these older tunes, as they translate well to a live show. The music's rawness go's well with whiskey or perhaps vandalism or even sex. Use frequently.
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If you are among the few who still like industrial buy it. 21 avril 2001
Par the ruiner 69 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First of all this is the very best TKK album of all time. Though KOOLER THAN JESUS comes REALLY close this is longer and more diverse than that one. Some may say CONFESSIONS OF A KNIFE is the best of their albums. True it may be a bit more accessable(?) , which was true to me.Sorry I got off track but AND THIS IS WHAT THE DEVIL DOES is a true and utter masterpiece. Just an addition: the BEST example of sampling ever. Right behind it is BEASTIE BOYS's "PAULS BEAUTIQE"(if you don't have this one i suggest you buy it).
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