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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (1 juillet 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: XIII Bis Records
  • ASIN : B00009S7W0
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Evermore
  2. Illusion
  3. Arachnophobiac
  4. Rock And Roll Believer
  5. Into The Sands Of Time
  6. Weathervane
  7. Over Now
  8. One World
  9. Break The Cycle
  10. Alive
  11. Fatal Strike

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Format: CD
L'âge d'or pour les fans du surdoué teuton revient EN FORCE !
Ce nouvel album avec MSG et de nouveaux -encore!- musiciens prouve une nouvelle fois toutes les qualités de composition du virtuose à la flying V... au service de la pure energie et la pure mélodie comme d'hab!
un peu facile même et un tout petit cran en dessous de son recent travail en solo et même avec UFO.
ca reste du bon Schenker tres dynamique et des musiciens solides autour -derriere?- lui!
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HASH(0x8fdd3654) étoiles sur 5 New and Old 19 juin 2003
Par Doghouse - Publié sur
Format: CD
Michael Schenker has been releasing a lot of music over the past few years, and as a long-time Schenker fan, I couldn't be happier. The interesting thing has been the diversity of music that he has released, but there is always something "Schenker-esque" in all of it.
"Arachnophobiac" is intriguing because it includes some new types of melody, and combines them with a lot of interesting and melodic guitar work that would have fit in very nicely on 1970's UFO releases, or the first three Michael Schenker Group releases in the 1980's.
There is a bit of a blues influence in most of the songs (though not enough to render them boring), and the songs are definitely in the style of traditional British Hard Rock/Heavy Metal, but again, with Michael's trademark melodic guitar work running through all of it. I liked this release the first time I listened to it, but repeated listens reveal even more of the intricacies of the melodies.
The overall guitar sound is a bit thinner than, say "The Unforgiven," and again could be likened to his late-70's or early-80's sound.
The title track keeps me laughing every time I listen to it, and shows a playful, silly side of Michael Schenker that is not evident in his earlier work.
"Arachnophobia" is definitely not for listeners who think that Cradle of Filth is the greatest band on earth, but for those who like good melodic hard rock and metal, in an essentially traditional vein, with emotional, melodic, accurate, often very fast, and always interesting guitar work, then "Arachnophobia" is a good buy. Listeners who think that "nu-metal" has any value whatsoever should buy it and take a few lessons from a master on how to actually play the guitar with meaning.
Those of us who were hoping to hear some of the Michael Schenker sound that we grew up with are very pleased indeed.
Oh, yes. Vocals are mostly fairly clean and bluesy, and sufficiently expressive. Drums and bass are solid, fit the songs, and don't get in the way. :)
Why four stars instead of five? Well, there's no "Rock Bottom" or "Lights Out" or "On and On" or "Desert Song" on this one. I'm saving the extra star for those.
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HASH(0x8fdd3510) étoiles sur 5 spiderman rocks!!! 25 juin 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: CD
Arachnophobiac is a great sounding record, with solid riffs and solid songs. Alive, Illusion, Rock & Roll Believer, and especially Weathervane are bona fide hits. I love all MSG, but this might be the first MSG record ever that has 4, 5, maybe 6 songs that absolutely everybody (read: not just guitar freaks) would really like. This one totally rocks.
Chris Logan sounds better than on the last record, both in terms of his voice and his songwriting. He definitely has the full-on Bad Company vibe going, but he also does a damn good white man's R&B, without going overboard. Lyrically he's from the straight ahead, uncomplicated school; he's no Phil Mogg, but his stuff works and doesn't get in the way. The evangelical thing is more overt on this one, with more stock Christian lingo here and there, but Chris pulls it off, and sounds genuine, not preachy. Bass and drums are solid and get the job done. Production is solid.
Then there's the lead playing. My first time through this record, I was just waiting for every lead break, hoping to hear Michael blow the doors off and prove to me that he still has it. I was mostly disappointed until track #10. If this is the way you are going to listen to Arachnopobiac, I would suggest that you start by playing tracks 10 and 11 first, because the man can still burn, but for whatever reason, he doesn't really kick it on the first 9 songs (though the lead on Illusion ain't bad). Anyway, get it out of your system by skipping to the end; listen to the playing on the last two numbers, and then go back to the beginning and start over by listening to the songs, which are really good. Jeff Watson plays all the leads on four of the tracks. He plays solid stuff which sounds like he just blew a couple takes on each number, but didn't spend oodles of time on them. In the absence of any official explanation regarding why Jeff Watson needed to play lead on 36% of a Michael Schenker record, we are left wondering. Or not. We could just consider it one hell of a rebound album, and keep hoping the man can keep climbing up that hill.
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HASH(0x8fdd37e0) étoiles sur 5 Not bad at all, but could have used more seasoning 21 juin 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: CD
Considering the revolutions in Schenker's private life over the past few years, it would have stood to reason that this album would be a total disaster. However, there are plenty of Schenker's patented rhythm figures, and singer Chris Logan adds some excellent melodies. The only problem with this outing is that it sounds as if it was recorded to quickly. The guitars never hit the razor sharp highs of Schenker's best work. There are some tricky riffs and a continued exploration of exotic harmonies as first seen on the Covenant album. Jeff Watson contributes some fine guitar solos, but it's not clear why. Schenker's own solos are pretty good here too, but there's nothing that completely rips it up like "Hello Angel" or "Back To Life." It's nice to see that he's still doing new music, though.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x911a4528) étoiles sur 5 Wow! What an injustice... 1 octobre 2003
Par Josh Sanger - Publié sur
Format: CD
I don't know that I've ever seen so many negative reviews that ran so completely contrary to my musical opinion, but here they are nonetheless! Maybe these others were confusing this album with the new Korn CD?? Who knows - all I know is I love this thing!!
There are a couple of super-tasty tunes on here that really grabbed my ear on the first listen.... and that's MAJOR coming from me, since I can say that about very few albums these days. Upon listening to it a couple more times, it became apparent that there were quite a few little gems on here.
I was especially impressed with Fatal Strike, Alive, Rock and Roll Believer, Illusion and Evermore. As for the overall sound of the album, I suppose it could possibly have benefited from a little more gloss in the mix.... but then again, this ain't Def Leppard people! It's MSG!!! :-D The guy who mixed and co-produced it, Steve Fontano, won 2 Grammy's for his engineering and mixing work on some of the best tracks of Santana's "Supernatural" album! Go figure...
I have each and every one of Michael's albums, and find this one to be right up there with the best of them. The messages in Logan's lyrics seem definitely to be a departure from the darker, more fantasy oriented types of ideas expressed in some of the earlier material by Barden, but it's certainly a refreshing contrast to the negativity, anger and hopelessness that seems to have inundated the modern rock scene over the past decade. It is obvious this singer comes from the standpoint of a kinder, gentler era of Heavy Metal.... when music was more a celebration of life than an expression of complete and utter disappointment with it. And the best part? He's a good singer!
Musically, Michael is spot on this time around. Be Aware Of Scorpions seemed to be a little more on the experimental side and was quite good, but this one is a little more my style: Straight to the point, hard-hitting ROCK AND ROLL. That's right - R.O.C.K., the way it was intended to be played. Straight up, in your face and raw!
I was a bit surprised by the appearance of Jeff Watson on four of the songs, as many others apparently were. But after listening to his masterful shredding side by side Schenker's, I've come away feeling that it's more of a bonus than anything. While Schenker is hands down in a class all his own, the two of these mates appearing together on the same album really hits hard - Watson is an incredible player!
The rest of the band rocks on in typical MSG fashion, with amazing time keeping and rhythm coming from Colson, and predictably masterful support by Hamm on bass. I'd love to have heard a little more from the drums though. Colson is an insane drummer (check out his sick, sick technical skills on the "The Absolute Man" album feat. Steve Wash from Kansas and James Labrie from Dream Theater.)
I see lot's of people bashing Varney here, but why?? From what I've read about Schenker, Mike Varney must really have had a lot of faith to do this album in the midst of all the rumors concerning Schenker shirking his obligations (missing concert dates, walking off stage in the middle of shows, etc) only to be let down in the same instance. Word is that Schenker disappeared in the middle of recording his parts. The fact that anyone would expect Varney to throw away however many tens of thousands of dollars he'd already invested in this album instead of hiring Watson to play 4 solos at Schenker's request is completely inane. And let's not forget... Mitch Perry was a guitar player in MSG for several years, as was Robin McAulley.... so it's not like this was a first with a #2 guitar player!
All in all, I'd say this album is certainly worth every penny I paid for it. I am at a loss in understanding how anyone could think it was as bad as the person who posted 3 reviews under different names says it is. I GIVE IT 5 STARS BABY!!
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HASH(0x911a45dc) étoiles sur 5 Michael's lost his TradeMark? Thanks to Mr. Varney 16 septembre 2003
Par Pascha - Publié sur
Format: CD
I didn't expect that Michael's last release would be so nasty. Though after absolutely plain BAOS I should have expected it. Aranchophobiac is even worse and plainer - no trademark of Schenker, only MSG sign at the top points that this is Schenker's release. But this album could have been done by anyone.
There something interesting in Evermore, Aranchophobiac and a bit in It's Over Now, but other songs I cannot even rememeber though I've tried listening to this album 5 times.
I cannot say it is bad, it is rather midquality, though I see no inspiration in this release, just plain hardrock. Just tasteless hardrock. But Schenker as my idol #1 should sound better, at least like he did at his first cooperation with Mr. Varney - Unforgiven. Other releases - be it UFO or MSG - went worse and worse.
OK, I'll try listening this release one more time, though I do not believe in success. Hope that the next release will show Flying V in its best.
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