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Page Artiste King's X

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (20 mai 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bonus, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000095J1L
  • 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. Black Like Sunday
  2. Rock Pile
  3. Danger Zone
  4. Working Man
  5. Dreams
  6. Finished
  7. Screamer
  8. Bad Luck
  9. Down
  10. Won't Turn Back
  11. Two
  12. You're The Only One
  13. Johnny
  14. Save Us

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Format: CD
Dixiéme opus du grand trio texan, qui revient pour la première fois sur ses pas avec des morceaux anciens qu'ils n'avaient enregistré. Les compos se rapprochent de celles de "Tape Head" avec une touche de "Manic" et de "Ear Candy". Le tout sonne plutôt bien même si je ne m'empêche de penser qu'ils sont capables de mieux faire car c'est un groupe à part sur la scène rock qui brille par son talent et son impopularité. Alors si vous lisez ce commentaire et que vous ne connaissez pas le trio foncez car le roi reste une énigme tout en restant un groupe culte, le X lui va si bien. Vivement le double live DVD CD prévu pour fin 2004.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Solid Roots, no Cutting Edge 29 octobre 2003
Par T. Hall - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
King's X is undoubtedly one of the most underappreciated bands in rock and roll. This power trio has cranked out incredibly innovative music for well over a decade. Heavy borrowing from King's X panoply of sound and songwriting has catapulted lesser bands to far greater recognition, leaving us hard-core fans to wonder why King's X hasn't attracted more attention in their own right. It also prompts us to overrate solid but unspectacular efforts like this one.
Speaking honestly, this is a roots project, not cutting edge stuff. Bass player Doug Pinnick has said in an interview that all the songs were written at least 10 years ago, so this CD hardly represents the latest evolution of King's X. For such a project, it has some fine moments, including the title track, "Rock Pile," and "Danger Zone." It also has some unexpected tracks such as the reggae-based(!) "Johnny." Doug's soulful vocals and the band's rich harmonies soar as always, Ty's exhibits his expressive artistry on guitar, and Jerry and Doug lay down solid rhythm for all the tracks (it is good to hear real drums consistently on this one).
Still, fans will hear mostly echoes of stuff they've heard before. New listeners will be better served to get their introduction to King's X from an earlier release. Faith, Hope and Love is a great choice for sampling early '90s KX, Dogman for rockin' way down low, and Tape Head for the more recent stuff.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Devoted King's Fan- somewhat dissappointed... 1 juin 2003
Par Jeffrey M Tiongson - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
First off, I love King's X. But, this album leaves me conflicted. I like the songs (even though they lack the sophistication and maturity of their best work), but the production quality is so poor I can't listen without getting frustrated. The rhythm guitar in particular sounds distant. It sounds consistent from song to song so I am assuming they did it on purpose. Unfortunately I really am dissappointed. As Ty and the boys get jamming, pounding away in trademark style, the guitar is muddy and distant. Where is the wall of sound we have all come to know and love? Another review on this site has suggested the band get a real producer to help them filter their material and mixing/mastering. I couldn't agree more! Ty is one of the best rock guitarists ever, but he is not one of the best producer/engineers. (sorry ty) I would love the retro style and pounding King's X tunes if the production value was not so poor. Overall, this is a good album - just not great and certainly not up to the high standards of their previous work. I would recommend to anyone looking for the best of King's X to try earlier works like "Dogman" (for power and polish), "Gretchen Goes to Nebraska" (for off-center rock and melody), and "Faith, Hope, and Love" (for stunningly complex arrangement, sweeping vocals, and amazing musicianship). Wait until you become a die-hard fan (like me) before you give "Black Like Sunday" a try.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Often put down great album 16 mai 2013
Par frank - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I dont know why this album is often put down by Kings X fans. Great stuff here, I can't believe I took so long to buy it. Great song writing and as always fantastic bass playing by Dug and guitar playing by Ty.They don't consider this an offical release but its still great music. Buy it if you're a real fan of the band like I am.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Really a King's X album 28 mai 2003
Par David Koblentz - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I probably wouldn't recommend this to a new fan as this is not an average King's X release. These are rewrites of tunes written when the band was "The Edge" and "Sneak Preview" tearing up the Missouri college rock circuit Circa 1981-1983. It is late 70's/early 80's pop rock with laughable lyrics and only some memorable riffs. The songs "Down" and "Two" are not from this era and their inclusion here is baffling (although they are probably the 2 best songs on the album). The title track is a typical Kiss/Sabbath clone with silly lyrics about "The Dog" (the original name of the song). Why a "title" track is needed is beyond me, it is a cliche that is easily avoidable with some forethought. "Rock Pile" starts off with a fantastic riff, with the guys in full blown regalia but disintigrates into a riff that can barely be described as a riff..and again the lyrics are so out dated and not that great in the first place that they make me cringe. "Danger Zone" is a decent 80's pop/rock tune, not what I personally like but not bad. "Working Man" another pop rock number, they make it work pretty well. Both tunes almost seem like Men At Work except a touch heavier. "Dreams" has always been a favorite of mine... it doesnt have brilliant lyrics or anything either but on this one I think the simplicity works where it fails on most of the album. "Finished"... a good pop/rock song, some great riffs and some OK riffs mixed together. "Screamer" is the by far the best of the old material. Great drum riff by jerry and excellent bedouin style vocals from doug.. and some awesome screams. "Bad Luck".. silly lyrics that are amusing at least, but crunching guitar (you wish the same crunch was applied on other songs). "Down" is a cool little ditty from doug (almost like he is talking you through his day)..although vocally the demo for this track is "sadder". In either case it still is a great tune. "Wont Turn Back" seems like King's X trying to cover the clash. It's competent but it doesnt thrill me. "Two"... The inclusion of this song is bizarre as this song was recorded for Tapehead (1998) and released on the japanese version of that album. "Two" embodies the spirit of the band "2 words: love/hate" bringing the listener a simple choice. Simple but effective, easily better than most of the album even if it is not a new song. "You're the Only One"...yikes...pop with silly teeny bop lyrics and matching music. I never liked the original anyway. Ty did a nice job of dressing up the main riff at least. "Johnny" is a cool tune, always was, unfortunately I was not that stoked by the long feels like it lacks focus or a crescendo. The end of the solo has ty doing softer parts, and they are excellent. This tune came off better live. "Save Us" is another punk style track ala "Wont Turn Back".. it's ok.
Ty doesn't do much on this album in terms of solos and/or vocals (besides backing). Doug's voice is compressed on alot of the songs, I prefer his voice let loose. The production is clear, ty is definitely getting better at that with each release.
Nice packaging on this CD as well. The "Enhanced" material isnt that great, the video quality for "Dreams" is awful, even for a crazy fan like me I could barely watch. I'm glad they made the foray into Enhanced CDs but the effort hopefully will be better next time. If you like early 80's simple/straightforward rock with good vocals... hey, give it a try. It just isnt my bag baby.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 5 mars 2016
Par Steve K. - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Great Band Can't Get enough of their music!!!
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