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  • CD (17 juin 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Inside Out Music
  • ASIN : B004Z5BYD8
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Praise The Lowered
  2. Stand
  3. Juular
  4. Planet Of The Apes
  5. Sumeria
  6. The Mighty Masturbator
  7. Pandemic
  8. Deconstruction
  9. Poltergeist

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DECONSTRUCTION


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Ca n'a rien de lisse .. Au début je n'aimais pas et maintenant ça passe souvent sur ma platine

C'est étrange comme style ça passe par des phases très différentes dur de décrire

Il faut du temps et plusieurs écoutes j'ai Terria aussi mais je l'ai pas assez écouté

Devin produit beaucoup de choses différentes

C'est un pote métalleux qui m'a orienté vers Devin le type est très sympa mais sa musique un peu barrée

Par exemple ma conjointe supporte pas parmi tout le métal que j'écoute

Et moi j'adore il faut l'avoir si on aime le métal
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LE TROISIEME VOLET DU DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT.
Encore une fois je suis surpris et étonné. A chaque nouvel album je pense tout connaître de cet OVNI canadien et je me retrouve scotché.
DECONTRUCTION était annoncé par certain comme un album violent et terrifiant....
NON... Il s'agit en fait d'un concept où la constrution est ultra chaotique, tout est decousu, à la première écoute (et même après) tout se mélange.
Bref, à la fin on ne sait plus où on habite et finallement ce que l'on vient d'écouter n'a plus de sens. C'est génial.
Ainsi le quatrième et dernier volet Ghostprend tout son sens.....
70 minutes de génie à écouter d'urgence.
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LE TROISIEME VOLET DU DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT.
Encore une fois je suis surpris et étonné. A chaque nouvel album je pense tout connaître de cet OVNI canadien et je me retrouve scotché.
DECONTRUCTION était annoncé par certain comme un album violent et terrifiant....
NON... Il s'agit en fait d'un concept où la constrution est ultra chaotique, tout est decousu, à la première écoute (et même après) tout se mélange.
Bref, à la fin on ne sait plus où on habite et finallement ce que l'on vient d'écouter n'a plus de sens. C'est génial.
Ainsi le quatrième et dernier volet Ghost prend tout son sens.....
70 minutes de génie à écouter d'urgence.
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Devin Townsend, c'est déjà un son indéfinissable, mais pour faire bref : DECONSTRUCTION est l''album le plus énervé et le plus allumé de sa discographie !!! Nombreux et prestigieux guests (à titre d'exemple Joe Duplantier de Gojira) je le recommande si vous avez envie d'une ballade dans un Disneyland dirigé par un PDG sous psychotropes.
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HASH(0x8a302420) étoiles sur 5 "We all rip off Meshuggah..." 22 juin 2011
Par Murat Batmaz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Deconstruction is a fantastic album to listen to. On many levels, it sounds like Ki unleashed. Everything was restrained on Ki, though songs like "Distruptr" and the title track were actually a foreshadowing of the material on this album. However, whereas the heaviness was more on the mental side on Ki, Deconstruction takes this factor to another level -- both musically and compositionally.

That said, whether Deconstruction is Devin Townsend's heaviest album ever is questionable. Ardent fans of Strapping Young Lad may still favour City and Alien for obvious reasons. Where Strapping Young Lad's music was all-hell-loose metal in most cases (and great at that), this disc has lots of breakdowns, calmer sections, and well crafted melodies. Still, parts of this album bear subtle similarities to SYL material. The ending part of "Planet of the Apes" where it gets extremely heavy in both vocals and the guitars could be an excerpt from the intro of SYL's "Last Minute" actually.

However, this being the third album of a total of four, it draws more heavily from its own predecessors, mostly the aforementioned Ki. The totally chaotic, off-the-wall arrangements of "Planet of the Apes" actually share a similar melody to that of "A Monday" from the first album. The progression is almost identical too. Another reference to Ki can be heard on "The Mighty Masturbator" -- the intro recalls the track "Numbered" in more than one way. Other than that, from its skull-crushing guitars to the onslaught of drum and bass parts to Devin's hilarious lyrics ("While we all have lots of bands who influence still...we all rip off Meshuggah!"), "The Planet of the Apes" is one of the most immediate standout tracks on the album.

That being said, Devin Townsend's wildly humourous side is entirely prominent throughout the whole disc, and it recalls Ziltoid in this aspect more so than any other Townsend creation. Often times, the songs take on a circus music quality where polar opposites are brought together without trying to fully meld them. Some pieces are simply not meant to blend as organically as on his prior work, which creates the chaotic dimension of this disc. Listening to "The Mighty Masturbator" is like listening to a crazy Mike Patton. At nearly 17 minutes, it is a culmination of soft acoustic interludes, huge (and I mean HUGE) soundscapes that are so layered they may gush out like a mesh through bad PC speakers. With headphones, however, you will discover how every single frequency is densely layered and textured.

The lineup on the album is stellar, though I doubt any Devin Townsend fan will pick this up for the lineup only. The guests are not there to steal the show. Some of them have been given very little space actually, from single spoken parts to a few riffs or vocalizations. From Opeth's Mikael Akerfeldt providing a brief yet instantly recognizable death growl on the album's highpoint "Stand" (the ending of this song is too good to be true); to Gojira's Joe Duplantier adding his tortured voice to "Sumeria," a track with a weirdly European sound in the vocal arrangements; and to former Emperor vocalist Ihsahn gracing "Juular" and turning it into a lost Arcturus track with its creepy symphonic overtones.

There are others of course: Tommy Rogers from Between the Buried and Me, Paul Kuhr from Novembers Doom, Floor Jansen from Star One/After Forever, Paul Masvidal from Cynic, and Fredrik Thordendahl from Meshuggah, amongst others. Thordendahl and Devin Townsend go way back, since he also helped him with drum programming on Ziltoid. He is the only one with substantial playing time. He plays a long, mind-twisting solo on the title track which is both head-spinningly agile and an obvious satire at the unnecessary guitar parts on many an album these days. Remember, this album is Devin's humourous side, so do not be surprised when you hear the very beginning and the final second of this one (you'll know what I mean when you listen to it).

The two drummers, longtime friend Ryan Van Poederooyen and Soilwork's Dirk Verbeuren share the duties. The duo constantly explore the parameters of groove on the songs implanting an original dynamic in the sound. Even though I'm no Soilwork fan, I have been an avid follower of Verbeuren ever since he played on Warrel Dane's solo album, Praises to the War Machine. The man is a god of complex yet grooving rhythms.

All throughout, there is a real (I said REAL) orchestra in the mix. Recorded with a huge lineup in the Czech Republic, you will be overwhelmed with amazement how subtly each element is interwoven into the threads of sound without taking away from the intensity of the guitars or the elaborate interplay between the central instruments. The mixing job by Jens Bogren is glorious for such dense music, and the production is marvellous. Then again, we all know Devin Townsend is the master of sound.

And guess what? The final album of the set, Ghost, is even better. It is indescribably beautiful, so I urge you to seek it out. If you've only heard Deconstruction and would like to have an idea of what Ghost is like, try to envision the intro of the first track without the electronic effects, a bigger acoustic tone, lusher arrangements, and some of the most affective melodies you will ever hear.
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HASH(0x8a302468) étoiles sur 5 So good that it's been over a week and I still haven't gotten to "Ghost." 1 juillet 2011
Par SongOfDepletion - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Since the big song-by-song review has already been written, I'll keep this relatively short. Devin Townsend is the sort of musical genius who will be praised far into the future, though many choose to overlook him at the moment because humanity continues to suck. This guy is the zenith, pinnacle, and epitome of all everythingness in the great, spanning entirety of all the multiverses...even more so than the mighty Ziltoid!

All kidding aside, this album is everything that I've come to expect from Devin Townsend in that my expectation is to hear a brilliant, whimsical piece of music that is best looked at as a whole. He employs various motifs (which he is known to do) throughout the album, which allows you to feel nostalgic even as you hear something entirely new. It took hearing "Juular" about 5 times before I finally realized that it sounded like a super-heavy score to a Tim Burton movie. For the record, that's awesome. Honestly, "Ghost" has just been sitting on the shelf for over a week now, primarily because I'm actually nervous about having my mind blown to pieces.

Buy this record not just because it's an excellent album that is heavy, brilliant, atmospheric, etc., but because Devin really deserves your money so that he can make more music like this. Hope my rambling diatribe and whorish semi-solicitation has convinced you to buy this album.
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HASH(0x8a30fd8c) étoiles sur 5 Insightful, exhilarating, and badass. 30 mars 2012
Par A. Green - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
A friend of mine introduced me to Devin Townsend's music about 2 years ago. Since that time, I have slowly fallen in love with Townsend and crew's music genius. I interpret Mr. Townsend's lyrical style as satirical, abstract, and somewhat similar to The Muppets in its core nature. The instrumental aspects seem to be taken very seriously and are highly scrutinized by the articulate and artistic perfectionism of Mr. Townsend and crew. Let there be no mistake, Devin Townsend is brilliant at what he does. His music is hugely under rated.

Deconstruction is another unexpected but amazing DT production. A sense of humor is required to correctly interpret Devin's entertaining assertions as well as some prior understanding of DT's music methods. In a phrase I would label this album as "satire metal" and possibly "freedom metal". The main song "Deconstruction" puts the spot light on key elements of our social system and how it relates to human existence. After a brief chanting session of the word "Cheeseburger" Devin states the following:

"Love meat!
I want to eat myself as the flesh of ancient gods!
What's the point of this? Where's the happiness we've been promised?
Drugs sex and money? Fine."

Later in the song he proclaims: "Bar's closed boys, I'm an artist!"

There's a reoccurring, albeit abstract, sobriety theme across the album with many possible interpretations. It seems he's making humorous jests at the expense of the all too true notion of using drugs and alcohol as a means of coping with the painful realities of life. There is much depth in the song "Deconstruction", which as with most metal albums will require you to read the lyrics along with the music for best results.

My personal favorite song on the album is "Stand". Devin has a way of connecting with the audience in a very real way with his choice of lyrics. Stand almost seems like a proclamation of self-awareness sprinkled with a familiar altruistic Gandhi like notion of saving the world by changing yourself. This is evident after a massive buildup then crescendo into a heavy hitting music segment when he eloquently screams (in a way that only DT can):

"Change the world? You better change yourself man, boy... man
Challenge the mind to be more like the rolling ocean man!"

Ultimately "Stand" is an immensely powerful song, which seems to be about the internal fight we all endure to overcome the many abstract subjective challenges of existence we face as humans. After listening to this song for the first time, I felt as though it was a personal challenge by DT to the listener to stand for something after you've conquered your demons. This is simply my interpretation, it might actually have nothing to do with those things. The music is amazing and powerful. Throughout it's free flowing like the wind and then hard cutting like a powerful explosion that rips through the mind sending shrapnel into distant thoughts.

In conclusion this is a 5 star album to those who are paying attention. In a music industry that is increasingly manipulative and agenda oriented, Devin Townsend's Deconstruction "stands" on its own as a unique, powerful and important album to the evolution of metal music.
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HASH(0x8a30fc84) étoiles sur 5 Silly, Haunting, and well,, just Devin being Devin. 22 juin 2011
Par Fluffy Sausage - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This album is all over the place, in the most excellent of ways. My title says it all- when you listen to this album you get SO many different sounds, feelings and with every listen something different. Devin has done it again, this time with an all-star cast of guest musicians, and his great playing/song writing as well. Prepare to BANG YOUR HEAD, that is, until the time signature changes, and changes. Prepare to LAUGH at the silly noises and lyrics throughout, and last but not least, be prepared to listen to this album over, and over again. Easy 5 star album for it's originality and music.
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HASH(0x8a30fe70) étoiles sur 5 Missing the point 18 octobre 2011
Par Verklompen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It seems that there are those who get it, those who don't get it, and those who are willing to keep trying. I am of the third group. The problem is that Deconstruction isn't an obvious, straightforward album like that of pop bands (EX: Disturbed). It also isn't kiddie metal like All Shall Perish or Despised Icon.

It is more like an attempt at being Meshuggah-like. I wish there was a better reference, but he even says it himself in one of the songs.

Because it is all over the place, as some of the negative reviewers have mentioned, Deconstruction is difficult to categorize. That in itself tends to make people furious. All Townsend has is an album based on the randomness of the brain... in musical form.

Maybe I'm not being clear, I love this album.
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