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  • CD (17 septembre 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Phd
  • ASIN : B005A5Y5JW
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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Le groupe de Métal Grim Reaper a été formé en 1979 en Angleterre, par le guitariste Nick Bowcott avec Steve Grimmett à la basse et au chant et Dave Wanklin à la batterie. C'est le morceau « The Reaper » qui a permis au groupe de rentrer dans le Top 50 américain et de se lancer dans des tournées mondiale avec des concerts réunissant plus de 200 000 personnes comme en 1985 au Texas. C'est le producteur Darryl Johnston, président de Ebony Records qui a signé le groupe en contrat d'artiste. Ce groupe plaira beaucoup aux fans de Tokyo Blade, Angel Witch, Riot et Exciter. Premier album enregistré en 1984.

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HASH(0xa0b938d0) étoiles sur 5 Blast from OUR past.... 11 décembre 2000
Par Asmodeus - Publié sur
Format: CD
This album defined an era in music when (dark and sinister overtones aside) music was marked by the unearthly wail of dark melodic guitars over staccato riffs, mixed with the wailing singer capable of shattering glass at the correct volume. Aside from the disrespect shown by Beavis and Butthead, these guys defined rock in the 80's, and still do, .... Grim Reaper rocked the world, were shafted as many bands have been (and continue to be), and went on to other endeavors. BUT! At least they hold the record for a #1 single to an "unsigned" band, and they have THREE albums to be monumentally proud of! As for guitar works and solos... Nick hit upon a progression of chords and notes that touch the melancholy dark side in listeners... and when you find paradise, why give it up? Plus, if you've truly listened to the three albums (of which this is the first), and have an ear for guitar work, his solos were NOT the same... rather, the style was the same (per Nick's own style), but the progressions and density were unique to each song. Also, these guys should be praised for picking a theme and sticking with it melodically throughout an entire 8 song record. Think upon this and be dismayed... should you NOT own the albums already!
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HASH(0xa11d1f9c) étoiles sur 5 Grim Reaper - 80s English heavy metal invasion 17 septembre 2004
Par TwistedTB - Publié sur
Format: CD
If you like Iron Maiden you will probably like this band. Somewhat similar in sound this band still has its own flavor. I remember seeing them back in 84 when I was 14 and they blew me away. I think I bought every style of concert T-shirt they were selling at that show. I wish I still had one of those, maybe the baseball jersey or "muscle shirt". Ah memories. Their videos were kinda funny as some of the members are pretty chubby and don't do the spandex thing to well. For me it adds to their cheesiness appeal, as well as the nostalgia appeal of a certain time in my life (early teen) when I hadn't quite discovered punk rock and metal was the soundtrack to my rebellion.
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HASH(0xa10b4edc) étoiles sur 5 Debut From British Headbangers 7 novembre 2000
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Format: CD
This is a re-release of the 80's metal band's debut album. Originally thought to be a death metal band with Satanic lyrics and overtones, upon hearing this you will think otherwise. Never a great band, Grim Reaper did have some great songs. See You In Hell is perhaps their best. I recommend picking up their "Best of..." disc to get the full flavor of what this band was like. One thing that bothers me....why did all of Nick Bowcott's solos sound alike? I never figured that out.
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HASH(0xa0da40a8) étoiles sur 5 Classic. 27 novembre 2003
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Before I begin, to the dork reviewer before, I must say that Beavis and Butthead have already beat you to that comment 10 years ago. Besides, Grim Reaper could completely annihilate Spinal Tap on stage. Anyway, Grim Reaper was one of the greatest NWOBHM bands with such allies as Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. Grim Reaper was well talented enough to gain a following in which they really deserved but never realy received, especially in the states. I'm not joking when I say these guys are talented, they are pure talent and heart, which is why I can never stay away from Grim Reaper for long. Grim Reaper's "See You In Hell" is their very first full LP debut which was recorded in late 1983. Even though it doesn't have the greatest sound production, the rawness and feeling is what really matters, it's the Reaper in their pure form. This album is definitely one of my favorite albums from the 80's along with Grim Reaper's 2 following albums. Nevermind those losers who don't appreciate true Heavy Metal and give this album a bad review, they're probably too busy listening to linkin park and/or slipknot, poser crap. None the less, if you love guitar solos and REAL Metal such as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, then Grim Reaper is the band for you, and what a better start than this album. Nick Bowcott is one helluva talented guitarist who plays a very effect formula of rhythm guitar and lead solo (his solos are absolutely brilliant and genius!) Steve Grimmett can definitely hit those high notes exactly like Rob Halford, his voice is just awesome, killer singer. One of the things I like most about this band is that they can be classified not only as NWOBHM, but also as Fantasy Metal, especially while adapting the Grim Reaper as their mascot, totally killer. Highlights on this album include "See You In Hell", "Dead On Arrival", "Wrath of The Ripper", "Now Or Never", and "The Show Must Go On". To wrap things up, I highly recommend this record and Grim Reaper's other albums to any NWOBHM or 80's Heavy Metal fan who is loyal to REAL Metal. Classic Heavy Metal. Period.
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HASH(0xa0abba20) étoiles sur 5 Every metal fan should own this album! \m/\m/ 21 novembre 2013
Par Deimos - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Simply awesome! The title track is worth the price alone but this album is an underrated classic for power metal. the vocals and second to none, the riffs amazing, the solo's epic and the songs solid! Every metal fan should own this album. \m/\m/
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