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  • CD (3 juin 1997)
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Uni/Roadrunner
  • ASIN : B000000H4J
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Ne serait-ce que pour les reprises de War (Bob Marley) et de Symptom of the Universe (Black Sabbath) ce CD vaut le coup ! Tout fan de Sepultura redoit de posséder ce disque qui regorge d'inédits, de démos et de live.
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Ayant commencé par l'album Chaos A.D., j'ai été agréablement surpris de retrouver dans cet album les meilleurs titres en version Live. Versions live d'une qualité époustouflante: un son parfait. Cet album regroupe également des titres de l'album Roots qui nous propulse dans un univers lourd et violent. Ce groupe mythique nous offre un album détonnant avec des titres triés sur le volet: A se procurer d'urgence !
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Des débuts lourds et noirs à la Morbid Visions aux tonalités tribales de Roots, un bon moyen de découvrir Sepultura dans son intégralité. Les chansons ont été triées sur le volet pour ne laisser que le meilleur du meilleur. A vos porte-monnaies !!
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Par megaotal TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 24 janvier 2015
Format: CD
Sortit peu de temps aprés "roots" ce disque est le complément idéal à ce classique.Des démos,des reprises,des inédits et une partie entiére consacré à la tournée "chaos.ad".Quand le groupe était au top en somme...En tout cas fan d'un des groupes les plus culte du thrash 90's:Foncez!Mais je vous préviens: malgré la brutalité du disque,on ressent une nostalgie somme toute metalleuse!
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HASH(0x8f1ac480) étoiles sur 5 A collection of rarities and covers.All in all great stuff. 10 mai 2015
Par Andrew Lynch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The album here is pretty much an album of covers,rarities,demos & live tracks. Released in 1997 after Max Cavalera split to form Soulfly they decided to put together a disc of hard to find songs(at the time) Album starts off with a cover of Celtic Frost's Procreation of the Wicked,which is done very well. Nice and slow grinding & chunky guitars,heavy brooding bass and pounding drums. Inhuman Nature is another great tune filled with that Cavalera crunch,gives a nice brooding sound to the song. Policia is a more up tempo song nice and fast,more like thrash/hardcore. War is a Bob Marley cover that the band does a great job doing,nice and melodic and performed nicely. Crucificados Pelo Sistema is another cover and this is just downright punk and cool,heavy drums from Igor. Next up a cover of Black Sabbath's Symptom of the Universe,personally i like this alot. Nice heavy chugging guitar riffs played a bit faster than the original,Max does good vocals to me & the band is all tight and top notch. Mine(featuring Mike Patton) is a real unique song done with almost eerie vocals and a great set of music to go along with it. Lookaway(featuring Johnathan Davis of Korn) is a pretty ok song it has some almost bi-polar lyrics and vox from Johnathan,and the bass just runs wild it is so heavy. The guitar is wild and crazy almost schizophrenic(pun intended) Then a demo for Dusted which i think is pretty good & has a different style than the original,drums sound a bit different but still good all around. Demo for Roots Bloody Roots is awesome back before any official lyrics were written for the song,rough cut and abrasive vocals. That is why i like it,the song was in a very early stage but sounds great regardleas. Drug Me is a fast paced cover of Dead Kennedies song,really rough and super fast abrasive vocals and hard hitting drums. Now to the live portion of the cd,this was recorded in Minneapolis MN in 94 & a few songs that didn't make it on here are on the reissue of Chaos AD. Refuse/Resist is top notch and played perfectly,the bass is nice and audible throughout the entire performance. Slave New World is fast paced and the sound is superb. Drums and vocals sound great,the quality of the live songs are equal to the quality of the recording of Under A Pale Grey Sky. Propaganda is a really gutterally shrieked song and it is sick,the guitars are sick. Beneathe the Remains/Escape to the Void is a really great song seeins how they blended thrash songs into the set & the 2 songs together is tight. Kaiowas live is just beautiful it is such an amazing song & they love doing it live as i love hearing it,they stretch it out longer which i like. Clenched Fists is 1 of my favorite songs and it is done masterfully. The album closes with Biotech is Godzilla an awesome song,very aggressive and such a crowd pleaser. The song just demands the crowd to mosh,the guitars are top notch and Igor is always on point. Andreas always plays excellent,his chords and solos are just so much filled with heart and soul. All in all if you don't have the rare songs or covers then grab it,i got mine for less than 5 bucks. I say 5 stars because the covers are unique with the Sepultura style and the live set is great,demos and rare tracks are awesome too. If your new to the band or a collector or completest go grab this. It is full of great songs,high energy songs with alot of heart & soul. Sepultura is an excellent band,do not listen to negative reviews just listen to the album and decide for yourself.
HASH(0x8fbda264) étoiles sur 5 Must have compilation of some rare stuff. 10 août 2014
Par Thingfish33 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
How can anyone go wrong with the original line-up of this band. This collection has some stuff available in other places like Policia and Symptom of the Universe, which maybe the best cover of a Black Sabbath song by anyone…..ever! It has some really killer live stuff from 1994 that I don't think one can find anywhere else. This is essential to fans of what metal sounded like when it was good.
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HASH(0x8f289810) étoiles sur 5 How low could they go? 13 septembre 2004
Par Patrick Stott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you're a Sepultura fan, then here's some good news and some bad news for you. First, the good news: you have a lot of money. That's quite nice really, we all want to be rich. So what could be the bad news? Well, the bad news is you're an idiot. Roadrunner Records seem to think you are anyway.

Roadrunner have always been notorious for re-releasing albums in numerous, ever so slightly different formats. When they saw their greatest ever cash cow imploding, Roadrunner panicked, and started grubbing round to see how much Sepultura material they could find. The archives were quite full, with a heap of studio outtakes and enough concert material for a killer live album. So did they put together a live album and a B-sides album? Nope, this is Roadrunner. Instead, the live stuff and the outtakes were split in two and mixed up, almost at random, on two different releases. One of the releases was a repackaged bonus disc version of `Roots', and `Blood Rooted'. This meant completists would have to buy a new, more expensive version of `Roots' and another separate album in `Blood Rooted' if they wanted to get all of Sepultura's unreleased and live material.

As for the "idiot" bit, try this on: on the front cover of `Blood Rooted' a little stamp says "Over an hour of live and rare material". How rare is something which is bundled onto a CD and released through major distribution channels world wide? A lot of these songs had never been released, like the demos (which wouldn't have been intended for release anyway) and the live tracks. If these songs had been released on hedgehog-shaped four-inch blue vinyl on an Icelandic New Age record label, limited to 17 copies, then trumpeting them as rare would be fully justified. The cover of the Dead Kennedy's "Drug Me", storming and violent as it is, appears on both releases, and had also already appeared on at least one compilation and an EP, so you be the judge as to how "rare" it is.

Complaints aside, `Blood Rooted' gets off to a decent enough start. Celtic Frost's "Procreation Of The Wicked" would be heavy and menacing no matter who played it. This is as heavy as a truckload of bricks, with a nice line in stressed guitar effects. "Inhuman Nature" is a `Chaos AD' song, right? Well, no, it's a Final Conflict cover, so now we know where the inspiration for the sound on that album came from. Then there's "Policia", a cover of a song by Brazilian Hardcore band Titas, and it's fairly straightforward, traditional Seps material, as are the versions of "Drug Me", and Ratos De Porao's "Crucificados Pelo Sistema"

But then it gets messy. Next up is a cover of Bob Marley's "War". Cool, Bob Marley, ganga and grooves, right? Nope. This sounds more like U2 and Neurosis having a fight, and someone has recorded it on a Walkman. Think that's bad? Try this then! Sepultura manage to wreck up the unwreckable- Black Sabbath's "Symptom Of The Universe". It has two redeeming features- Igor's drumming, which is incredibly precise, and Andreas' solo. Otherwise, Max half-heartedly strums his way through the rhythms, and listlessly moans and grumbles through the lyrics. What could have been a powerful tribute to a Metal legend ended up a flat and lifeless embarrassment.

The Mike Patton collaboration "Mine" was recorded during the `Chaos AD' sessions, but sounds more like a half paced `Roots' track. Patton's trademark vocal acrobatics are wasted on yet another half-baked mess of a song. "Lookaway" is a poorly conceived Korn collaboration.

The live environment is where bands live and die in the eyes of fans, and if the previous few tracks had drained the life from Sepultura's corpse, the live tracks reanimate it as a homicidal zombie intent on bringing about Metallic Armageddon. Long time fans were not at all keen on `Chaos AD' as the band had drifted from their Thrash roots. In a live environment, the tracks sit perfectly comfortably next to much older material. The powerful percussive lead in to "Propaganda" could have come off any Sepultura album from `Schizophrenia' onward. The electric version of "Kaiowas" makes for a change of pace, and proved the track wasn't just a studio construct. The live tracks are reasonably clear in recording quality, and don't sound like they've been interfered with much in the studio. The energy and Metal feel they convey almost belie the fact the band had metamorphosed into a much-despised Nu-Metal entity.

On the whole, this album is very uneven, and would have been a very unsatisfying epitaph for a once great band had it been the final release. The studio tracks are hardly worth the effort, and the half-a-live album is too short. Approach it with eyes and ears wide open.
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HASH(0x8f1a45c4) étoiles sur 5 SWEET! 17 novembre 2001
Par Total Scumbag - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is cool, the cover of Celtic Frost's "Procreation of the Wicked" is awesome and the re-mix of "Look Away" is pretty cool. The throw away tracks from the Roots and especially Chaos A.D. are really awesome and in some cases better than some of th songs that actually went on those albums! Where this album truly shines though is the live tracks. Most of them are Chaos A.D. songs but it does have "Beneath the Remains/Escape to the Void" played live check that out for some great old-school Brazilian Thrash. ROCK ON
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HASH(0x8f1b6a50) étoiles sur 5 Excellent 30 janvier 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Fans of sepultura do get this.This cd features some awesome live tracks .Also a superb cover of celtic frost's procreation of the wicked.As well as a really awesome mix of lookaway .this is worth the money paid for it.Well produced .Must have for the die hard sepultura fan. cya PEACE~
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