Acheter d'occasion
EUR 11,99
+ EUR 2,49 (livraison)
D'occasion: Bon | Détails
Vendu par ZOverstocksFR
État: D'occasion: Bon
Commentaire: Entièrement garanti. Expédié à partir du Royaume-Uni, veuillez noter que les délais de livraison peuvent atteindre 18 jours.
Vous l'avez déjà ? Vendez sur Amazon

Demolition - Digipack CD, Edition limitée

3.8 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client

2 neufs à partir de EUR 44,00 4 d'occasion à partir de EUR 11,99
Promotions et bons plans musique CD Vinyle Promotions et bons plans musique CD Vinyle


Offres spéciales et liens associés


Page Artiste Judas Priest


Détails sur le produit

  • CD (24 juillet 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Edition limitée
  • Label: Spv
  • ASIN : B00005M6YE
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.8 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires client
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 22.961 en Musique (Voir les 100 premiers en Musique)
  •  Voulez-vous mettre à jour des informations sur le produit, faire un commentaire sur des images ou nous signaler un prix inférieur?

Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Machine Man
  2. One On One
  3. Hell Is Home
  4. Jekill And Hyde
  5. Close To You
  6. Devil Digger
  7. Bloodsuckers
  8. In Between
  9. Feed On Me
  10. Subterfuge
  11. Lost And Found
  12. Cyberface
  13. Metal Messiah
  14. Rapid Fire (Bonus Tracks)
  15. The Green Manalishi (Bonus Tracks)


Quels sont les autres articles que les clients achètent après avoir regardé cet article?

Commentaires en ligne

3.8 étoiles sur 5
5 étoiles
0
4 étoiles
3
3 étoiles
1
2 étoiles
0
1 étoile
0
Voir les 4 commentaires client
Partagez votre opinion avec les autres clients

Meilleurs commentaires des clients

Format: CD Achat vérifié
Paff! Encore un excellent album du Priest qui donne un successeur au puissant mais un peu faible "Jugulator". Ici, clairement l'inspiration est au rendez-vous, les compos alternent entre titres rapides ou mid-tempos, heavy rentre-dedans comme "Bloodsuckers", le prenant et hanté "In Between"et on trouve deux ballades splendides et celtiques telles que "Lost and Found". Le chanteur Ripper Owens a une voix incroyable, mise en valeur par un très gros son.
Remarque sur ce commentaire 2 personnes ont trouvé cela utile. Avez-vous trouvé ce commentaire utile ? Oui Non Commentaire en cours d'envoi...
Merci pour votre commentaire.
Désolé, nous n'avons pas réussi à enregistrer votre vote. Veuillez réessayer
Signaler un abus
Format: CD
Oui je l affirme démolition m' a plu j adore l œuvre du priest dans sa grande variété et démolition avec son timbre très moderne mais travaillé permet de passer un moment agréable moins furieux que jugulator, plus mid tempo. La production a mieux vieilli que celle de son prédécesseur et la voix de ripper montre l étendue de son talent. Une fois de plus un album a écouter avant de tirer dessus a boulets rouges car le résultat final est plaisant. Moment préféré "subterfuge" pour la pertinence des paroles... "one on one" pour son accroche.
Remarque sur ce commentaire 5 personnes ont trouvé cela utile. Avez-vous trouvé ce commentaire utile ? Oui Non Commentaire en cours d'envoi...
Merci pour votre commentaire.
Désolé, nous n'avons pas réussi à enregistrer votre vote. Veuillez réessayer
Signaler un abus
Par Vincent TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 24 novembre 2007
Format: CD
Si l'on veut bien cesser de comparer JUDAS PRIEST période "Halford" avec celle de son successeur, force est de constater que ce "Demolition" est à bien des égards un très bon disque. Plusieurs raisons à cela: La première d'entre elle, c'est que ce PRIEST là ose proposer un disque à contre courant de tout ce que le Métal propose désormais de musique "marteaux pilons". A savoir trop souvent, un déluge de grosses caisses en rafale pour ados pré-pubère avides de vitesse et de branlettes en tous genres (c'est de leur age me direz-vous).
Hormis le premier morceaux, l'ensemble de l'album navigue donc en territoire ultra Heavy dans un registre mid-tempo. Mais là ou cet opus est le plus novateur, c'est par son traitement des guitares aux sonorités proprement futuriste d'ou se dégage comme des odeurs de souffre tout droit sortie des entrailles de l'enfer. L'atmosphère y est lourde, pesante, oppressante. Ainsi Typton et sa bande nous invite pendant 1 heure dans un voyage au cœur du mal. Pour imager mon propos, c'est comme si l'univers de MATRIX côtoyait celui de "La revanche des Sith" dans la séquence du duel final de Star Wars. L'ensemble ayant pour bande son: "Demolition".
S'ajoute à cette combinaison, la voix d'un Ripper Owens, dont le registre, plus "Dark" (Vador) que jamais, se prête pour une fois parfaitement à la couleur de l'album. Seul regret, son interprétation est un peu linéaire dans l'ensemble et quelques morceaux aux tempos plus enlevés auraient donné à cet album d'avantage de relief. 15/20
Remarque sur ce commentaire 3 personnes ont trouvé cela utile. Avez-vous trouvé ce commentaire utile ? Oui Non Commentaire en cours d'envoi...
Merci pour votre commentaire.
Désolé, nous n'avons pas réussi à enregistrer votre vote. Veuillez réessayer
Signaler un abus
Format: CD
Le second album studio avec le remplaçant du Metal God Halford aurait pu être une franche réussite mais il a finalement précipité la réunion du line-up original et pourtant ! Des morceaux rentre-dedans comme Demolition, Bloodsuckers et One on One, des morceaux plus mid-tempo comme Hell Is Home, Devil Digger et l'imparable Feed On Me, les originaux Subterfuge et Metal Messiah (avec son chant "rap" bien amené). Mais à trop vouloir sonné plus moderne avec des guitares parfois trop aigües, Judas Priest a oublié que le jeu des solos de la paire Tipton / Downing était un élément essentiel de leur style et c'est ce qui déçoit dans ce album. Malgré la qualité de bon nombre de compositions, on ne retrouve plus les envolées speedées des 2 duettistes qui sublimaient les chansons. A la place, 2 ballades dispensables, 2/3 morceaux moyens alors qu'en se concentrant sur 10 morceaux au maximum, nul doute que cet album aurait pu égaler le mytique Painkiller... Le chant de Ripper Owens était pourtant de haute volée !
Remarque sur ce commentaire Une personne a trouvé cela utile. Avez-vous trouvé ce commentaire utile ? Oui Non Commentaire en cours d'envoi...
Merci pour votre commentaire.
Désolé, nous n'avons pas réussi à enregistrer votre vote. Veuillez réessayer
Signaler un abus

Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com (beta)

Amazon.com: HASH(0x8f2f5414) étoiles sur 5 155 commentaires
49 internautes sur 55 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8f30af90) étoiles sur 5 Why do some people hate this album? 5 octobre 2003
Par Stretch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If the tone of my review seems a bit defensive, it's because I've read the bad reviews for this puppy, and I'm kinda fed up with it. I fail to see why anyone would dislike this album, though I respectfully Disagree.
In 1992 Original vocalist Rob Halford had a bitter falling out with the band and departed Judas Priest. Conventional Wisdom, which I believed, was that the band was Kaput without him. How do you replace a Legend?
Well the answer to that is you can't. But that's not what they were trying to do. With a different singer the band was to explore new musical territory.
Ripper Owens came to the bands attention because he was a frontman for a Judas Priest tribute band, British Steel. At a Concert in Western Pennsylvania the girlfriend of Current Judas Priest drummer Scott Travis was in attendance. She was so impressed that she told Scott and the rest of the band. They're reaction to Ripper Owens was identical. They immediately invited Ripper to England for a tryout, and he nailed it on the spot, Thus completing one of the most Fairytale stories in Rock History.
The first album Judas Priest released with Ripper was "Jugulator". Their Heaviest album to date. But a minority of fans refused to accept the fact that someone else is singing for Priest and not Rob Halford. And they're entitled to their opinion. Although some of these fans (Not All) tell me that it was more the music itself that they didn't like and not the vocalist. Though something tells me if Hypothetically Halford sang these tunes Some of them (Not All) would be impressed...Go figure.
This scenario has happened to many other great bands like Black Sabbath, AC/DC, And Van Halen.
While a few tunes on "Demolition" pick up where it's preceding album "Jugulator" left off, others are more varied in terms of sound. The band explores slower, more acoustic material as well as ballad fare magnifecently.
With a greater concern for melody as well.
Also worthy of mention is the sound of the guitars. Axemen K.K Downing and Glenn Tipton are legends in the world of Rock. They didn't wanna rehash what had been done before, so a possibility was for them to broaden their horizons and throw us a curveball. And they did just that. The Two experimented radically, infusing modern effects and computerized distortion into their arsenal. Admittedly if you're a fan of Vintage Judas Priest like "You've got another thing coming" and have trouble accepting change, this album will be difficult to listen to.
But speaking for myself, as a fan of every Judas Priest-Era, the new Guitar sounds are so fresh it's amazing. Excitable to some degree, because from listening to these songs, if you didn't know these guys (The tandem of Glenn Tipton and K.K Downing) were veterans in their 50's, you'd think they were an up-and-coming band of 20-Something year olds!
The Afforementioned Ripper Owens doesn't disappoint on the vocal front. There's only a few slight separating traits between him and Rob Halford. First, if you already know this, forgive me, Ripper Owens hails from Akron, Ohio. So he doesn't have a noticeable British Accent like the Birmingham-Born Halford. Also, Ripper doesn't employ a semi-snarl wailing that Rob did. And finally, Listening to this record, I couldn't picture Rob singing over this music, because it's such a departure from the bands older sound, and also, during Very Heavy moments Rob doesn't Growl, whereas Tim does like a PitBull.
The Production effort on this album was handled by Glenn Tipton, with assistive work by Sean Lynch. I would rate the resulting "Production" sound from the Studio to be very good, because I can finally hear Ian Hill's engaging bass lines, which on past efforts were buried so deep into the mix.
If there's one problem I do have thougfh, it's Scott TRavis' Snare Drum isn't as loud as I'd like it to be, I reference albums like AC/DC's "Fly On The Wall" and Aerosmith's "Permanent Vacation" as a Good, loud Snare sound. Otherwise, Scott is a decent drummer, he uses current day double bass drum tricks, though I still prefer their previous drummer, (the guy Scott replaced) Dave Holland.
The final recording was mastered by Jon Astley at Close To The Edge. I recall him doing an excellent job on The Who's "Ultimate Collection" album. Ironically enough, Judas Priest and The Who have the same manager.
I think the front cover is fantastic, the new Judas Priest logo plus reD + Black colors. It grabs my attention. Luckily enough the cover is pretty basic, so the "Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics" label doesn't block out any of the artwork.
The Liner Notes are good, a List of Thank You's is nowhere to be found, but there's a great photo of the band, production info, songwriting credits, and lyrics for every last song.
And speaking of the lyrics, I'll come to the defense of Ian Hill, Scott Travis, K.K Downing and Glenn Tipton. ANYBODY At their age's best material would've been written years before. They are like aged Marathoners: past their prime and no longer winning medals, perhaps, but still in full stride and extremely Proficient. In my opinion they write great stuff.
At first listen, these songs weren't so great, but they grew on me drastically with each listen.
On "Machine Man" the verses are about the Race of Life. They'res lines like "...Renegades" and "Fell no Mercy as I cross the Line/Watch the Suckers self destruct with time". The Song Title is fitting because at first the Riffs are smooth flowing, and they then mimic a Machine Gun firing! This process repeats.
"One On One" showcases the new Guitar noises of Tipton and Downing which I mentioned earlier. As for Ripper, he singsa his lines in Saddistic fashion: "I am your final Hour/I am your fall from Power
"Hell is Home" utilizes the Acoustic/Electric shift. The Chorus reeled me in, the band collaborate on vocal harmonies. "Jeckyll And Hyde" is reminiscent of that story because some portions are just spoken word and keyboards, then soon enough the Guitars kick in. The Chorus goes: "Oh it's killing me/You're Un-Pre-Dic-Ta-Bi-Li-TY", that line being akin to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
After the first chorus Ripper starts singing in a way similar to the late great Layne Staley of Alice In Chains. Repeated Growls and a Menacing riff cap things off.
The overall feel of "Close To You" is very sad, And so are the lyrics. I was intrigued by, in the opening minute, how there's a keyboard line that ascends (Climbs). "Devil Digger" is a little simpler, which isn't a bad thing. The song is carried by the JackKnife distortion. And at first glance of the Back Cover, I thought with a song name like "Devil Digger" the lyrics must be horrible. They were much better than I imagined, very thoughtful. Themes of no one wanting to get old, and there being no desire to fade away. This line was also enjoyable: "Layed his hands upon my brow/That was the last of me/Devil/Digger/Un-For/Giver!".
The following track is "Blood Suckers". Ian Hill plays an exceptionally good bass line on this song. The main lyrics don't pertain to Blood Suckers at all, only on the chorus is that the case. The Bridge is erry, with haunting backrounsd vocals, church choir style, and a synthesized breeze of wind.
"In Between' hass a Grunge element to it, and "Feed On Me" stands out somewhat because the word "Dancefloor" is sung a few times. As a Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, And Gangsta Rap fan, that's the last place you'd ever find me! Judas Priest deserve credit though cuz besides AC/DC I can't think of many Hard Rock/Metal bands would put that word in one of their songs. Just because most of your fans don't dance, (which is Great :) ) doesn't you're barred from using words pertainig to the activity.
"Subterfuge" is a great tune. It also expanded my vocabulary and made me grab the dictionary off the shelf. In America we don't use that term very often. On the Chorus Ripper Barks and Growls the way a Rottweiler does. The only quite part is a two note tandem of Chords which are in similar pitch. The Furious, Aggressive Riff, ast times lets up ever so slightly to sound like plastic beads rubbing, for lack of a good comparision, and an Ivy League vocabulary ;).
"Lost And Found" strays a bit from the Rock your socks off formula. It's a beautiful ballad that tugs at my heart. Yep I have a weak spot for 'em. And Unlike Latter day Aerosmith, it doesn't come off as sappy. The Acoustic guitar is present throughout, On occasion the electric will show up more in the background. The whole band chants on the chorus. Ripper sings with so much passion and emotion, words can't describe. The band would downplay a song like this because it's so Un-Priest Like. I.E They wouldn't released as a single.
You can kinda guess what Cyberface is about. There's Computer metaphors abound; "Don't access the Site/Or Beware His Megabyte". Kinda clever
"Metal Messiah" could very well rank alongside Classic Priest closers, Ripper starts Rapping for a few lines, which I think is kinda cool. You're reaction, will of course vary depending on what your feelings are towards Rap. Afterwards, the pace breaks out into a Gallop which recalls Iron Maiden's material.
I heard a few months back that Halford was returning to Judas Priest. The news was No big Surprise to me. Truth be known Halford himself has gone on record saying he approved of Ripper Owens, and he'd sing his tunes on tour.
Owens was recruited by Iced Earth. Here's good luck to all camps involved.
In their 28th Year and 4th Decade, These legends show no signs of Rust on "Demolition" with Ripper Owens. Give this album a Shot.
14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8f30afe4) étoiles sur 5 Too old? Stay home and play the new Jewel CD. 8 août 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As a fan of both classic and new metal, I'm probably one of the few older Priest fans who revels in the courage Tipton and company have shown with this release. The majority of the spandex generation will not like this album, and Tipton had to know that going in. At a time when they are no longer selling platinum, and rely heavily on their old fan base, Demolition was a courageous move anyway you look at it. This forum that Amazon provides is a valuable resource. It allows, hopefully, people to read these reviews, and see if they might want to spend their hard earned money. Well, to that end, I'm not going to waste too much time saying whether I like it or not, because that doesn't help anyone who doesn't know me. I'm just going to describe it stylistically as much as possible. Demolition is very much a modern metal-core album. Forget what you've heard about it being a return to the classic sound, because it isn't. If you're looking for British Steel ptII this ain't it. As a matter of fact, it sounds, in many ways, even less "classic" than Jugulator did. The falsetto screams and lyrics about creatures are gone. Jugulator, as much as I liked it, still sounded like older musicians trying to sound updated, without really knowing how. Playing 80's song structures with detuned guitars, more distortion, and darker, albeit silly lyrics. On Demolition, they finally got it mostly right. Glen's obviously been listening to alot of modern metal, and Demolition shows it, in a good way. Demolition has all the detuned aggression of Jugulator, but the songwriting is much better over all. Subterfuge is heavy, modern and very catchy. It sounds like what White Zombie would sound like if they were heavier, Rob Zombie could actually sing, and could actually write a good song. Feed On Me is just straight up heavy as lead metal with a great catchy riff. Hell is home has a great catchy vocal hook, and One On One sounds like British Steel run through a graveyard and a ton of bricks. There is some electronic influence, but very little. Like Fear Factory, the synth noise begins some of the songs then (thankfully) goes away. There are no techno beats here. Big, loud, REAL drums, just the way a real man likes 'em. There is some filler IMO, but even the less compelling tracks grow on you if you give them a chance. The biggest thing about this album is that you have to play it a few times before it takes hold, I love newer metal, and even I did. But it paid dividends. As far as the complaint that ripper is singing death-metal...ludicrous. Anyone who says that is 50 years old and has never heard a death metal album. It reminds me of being 16 playing my Rush albums and having my mother yell "Turn off that acid rock! To wrap it up, if you are over 35 and have turned into your parents (this new music is just no talent noise!!!!), then stay away. If you sincerely think that a band should put out 29 albums of the exact same style, ala AC/DC, then don't buy Demolition. If however, you are either open minded to newer metal styles, or at least still have a little of that teenage danger left in your soul, then you are going to like the sonic butt-whuppin' that you're in for with Demolition. C'mon grampa..turn it up just one more time!
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8f3101d4) étoiles sur 5 There are some who call me...TIM! 19 octobre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First off, I LIKE Tim "Ripper" Owens and his performance. He's got a powerful voice and not too shabby of a Rob impersonation (though of course it's not entirely Halford quality). As far as "replacement" singers go, I believe Judas Priest fared much better, and made a better choice, than Iron Maiden did a few years back. At least JP realized that they needed to acquire someone who was somewhat similar to his predecessor.
Jugulator was an interesting album, showing Priest making an attempt at borderline death metal. I don't believe it was the musical failure that some do, but I can understand how some may not have appreciated it.
As far as Demolition goes, I found all of the...most of the...a few of the songs to be quite strong, but I got the feeling that some of them were leftovers from Glenn's solo album. Speaking of Glenn's solo album (of which this appears to be Part 2), he has also taken that horrible digitally processed guitar sound to new heights. That tone has dominated their sound since perhaps Ram It Down, but sounds even more like a microchip here. The "Defenders of the Faith" guitar muscle was the best they ever achieved and they would do well to find it again.
Songwise this record isn't too bad, aside from some of the frighteningly "techno" sound effects. "Subterfuge" is a great grooving headbanger, as is the bizarre "Metal Messiah"--though both suffer from those aforementioned techno flourishes. I also noticed some very bad editting in some songs, most notably in "Subterfuge", where there is an audible patch job done. I can't tell if they were linking riffs together or digitally repeating a couple bars, but at any rate it's pathetic to see on a major band's product.
Glenn has stated on countless occasions that Priest is always trying to be in step with the times and attempts to consistently update their sound by integrating new musical styles into the Priest's metallic melting pot. The problem there is that they tend to choose the wrong styles to borrow from, which are typically from fly-by-night bands that are outdated before their first album is even released. Hopefully Rob will be able to talk Glenn out of continuing in this current direction.
The ballad-ish "Hell Is Home" is a great anthem for heavy metal outcasts, while "Jekyll and Hyde" has some great metal riffing. Songs like "Devil Digger" and "Machine Man" could have come from Glenn's solo album, and the dark "Bloodsuckers" features some great Halfordian screaming from Tim in the chorus.
There is very little that can be compared to past classics from Priest, but it's still a strong batch of neo-metal (NOT "nu-metal") as Glenn continues to extend the boundaries of the genre (with dubious results).
I recommend it far higher than anything Iron Maiden has released in the past decade, that's for sure.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8f310708) étoiles sur 5 Demolition is Excellent and Energetic! 8 septembre 2001
Par Sam Simon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Well everyone expects Demolition to sound old fashioned and dated like 70's or 80's Judas Priest. Surprise!! Demolition is actually a huge musical, sound, and production improvement. Demolition is modern with very cool special guitar effects, and vocal effects. The reason why old school fans are bashing this album is because the guitars, bass, and vocals sound modern and crystal clear. Also the guitars and drums are extremely heavy! In reality Judas Priest have improved and sound much more polished than they did in the 80's . I can hear Ian Hill's groovy, astonishing bass lines. Ian Hill is a great bassist and for once he is loud and clear in the mix. Demolition is not grunge, rap-metal, or nu-metal...it is 100% Judas Priest on a catagory of it's own. Metal Messiah has a rap-like groove to it, but it's not rapping. Demolition is energetic, aggresive, and awesome Judas Priest at it's best. The best songs are Hell is home, one on one, subterfuge, feed on me,metal messiah, devil digger, lost and found, and machine man. Ripper Owen's voice in concert is always on key,powerful and superb.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x8f310828) étoiles sur 5 Not a bad CD at all ! 24 décembre 2007
Par Declan Byrne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If your looking for a Rob Halford sounding Judas Priest forget about this CD.
But if your looking for a good PILE DRIVING ROCK 'N' CD then this is for you.
Amazing powerfull DRUMS and fantastic RIPPING CORDS.

This is different from past Judas Priest CD's but well worth the purchase.

I'm glad I bought it.
Ces commentaires ont-ils été utiles ? Dites-le-nous


Discussions entre clients



Commentaires

Souhaitez-vous compléter ou améliorer les informations sur ce produit ? Ou faire modifier les images?