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  • CD (15 mars 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000085VD
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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  1. Freeze-frame
  2. Rage In The Cage
  3. Centerfold
  4. Do You Remember When
  5. Insane, Insane Again
  6. Flamethrower
  7. River Blindness
  8. Angel In Blue
  9. Piss On The Wall

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Comment critiquer cet album ? ; ''Freeze Frame'' sort en 1981 ... aie aie , mauvaise période ; le groupe a tourner
commercial depuis son précédent album ''Love Stinks ''! Pourtant j'aime ce disque , je l'adore même , pourquoi ?
A vrai dire , je hais le son !!! mais , à la différence de tout les groupes Hard-FM de l'époque , J GEILS BAND nous
propose 9 morceaux qui tiennent la route ! les compositions sont vraiment bonnes !
Je ne parles même pas de ''Centerfold '' , mais , que dire de ''Rage In the Cage'' , ah , si cette chanson aurait pue
être enregistrée cinq années plutôt ...
Cette remarque concerne toutes les chansons du disque ; méga-compositions , mais cinq ans trop tard !!!
De toute façon , après çà , il y a le néant ...
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Freez Frame, ; je trouve personnellement que c'est le meilleur album que J.Geils Band a sorti , Dommage que ce soit le dernier
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HASH(0x8b2be828) étoiles sur 5 "This Freeze Frame Moment Can't Be Wrong" 28 janvier 2001
Par Dan Pine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a fun, highly infectious party record that dominated the airwaves in 1981. It rocks. One of the most essential hard rock albums of the 1980's. A consistent and coherent selection of nine songs that catapulated the J. Geils Band into superstardom after approximately 10 years in the business.
The birth of MTV/music televison would play the J. Geils within their first year of existence at least once an hour! Initially, the band received exposure for the hit title track to their 1980 album "Love Stinks." What was to follow was an album that spawned one of the greatest singles of the 1980's-"Centerfold," which spent an incredible six weeks at the summit of the billboard pop charts. The energetic follow-up,the title track for the album peaked at #4. The album also contained the beautiful hit ballad "Angel In Blue(#40)."
There is a remarkable continuity to this album that flows from the beginning of the album: the initial energetic yell of the lyric "Freeze Frame" thru the crude parody on the state of world affairs, "Piss On The Wall" that loudly terminates the CD.
This is 35 minutes of hard rock bliss that doesn't let up. Songs like "Rage In The Cage" has that power metal infused sound that was so reminiscent of the head banging 80's, while "Insane, Insane Again" has more of a free flowing bluesy feel to it. One standout adrennaline moment is the track "Flamethrower," which graced the R&B charts peaking at #25, but never gained the national exposure it truly deserved. It would have been the perfect radio friendly follow-up to "Centerfold." Nonetheless, listening to this hard rocking track (as with the entire album as a whole) twenty years later, still holds up.
"Do You Remember When" serves as a mid tempo tune that is reminiscent of a middle of the road Rolling Stones recording! It is very melodic as is "River Blindness," which has a choral feeling to it
This album is the pinnacle of their career. It was followed up with a live album "Showtime," which served as their all too abrupt swan song with the original line-up. Front man and lyricist, Peter Wolf continued recording in the early 1980's up until the new millenium quietly releasing 5 solo albums. There are rumours the original line-up will be reuniting sometime soon.
This album should appeal to the novice who enjoys hard rock with an heir of blues. Any fan of 1980's music will clearly embrace it as several million did in its heyday about 2 decades ago!
"This Freeze Frame Moment Can't Be (A) Wrong" Purchase! Essential rock hard listening.
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HASH(0x8b2be87c) étoiles sur 5 For 40 minutes, this album doesn't FREEZE once! 19 septembre 2000
Par 35-year old wallflower - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you ask my friends, I'm not exactly well-known as a partier. But whenever I'm alone or in the mood, I can get a little wild and crazy like I am at a party. And if ever there's one that seems to be dying down from too much boredom, J. Geils Band's FREEZE-FRAME is the perfect way to bring it up again...and then some. LOVE STINKS (1980) had slightly introduced J. Geils Band to the mainstream after a decade as critical darlings. But it's safe to say FREEZE-FRAME is the one that broke them on the charts. Of course, this is the destination for "Centerfold", which topped the charts for 6 weeks in 1982. One of the most infectious singles of the 1980s, even non-fans will start chanting the "na na na na na na" refrain. And that's just 3 1/2 minutes of what is basically a 35-minute long party record. The only time it really lets up is for the gorgeous ballad "Angel In Blue", which Peter Wolf croons with suitable romantic feeling. Other than that, it's all adrenaline-pumped rock & roll on songs like the title track, "Rage In The Cage", "Insane, Insane Again" and the gloriously crude "Piss On The Wall". But my favorite is the R&B-soaked "Flamethrower", which never fails to get me out of my chair and dancing like there's no tomorrow. Why on earth this song did not become a hit on the level of "Centerfold", I have no idea. While Peter Wolf's departure would bring an end to J. Geils shortly after, FREEZE-FRAME was still the perfect culmination of what was hardly 10 years of freeloading, but intense hard work. Rumor has it, that the J. Geils Band is reuniting in the studio with Peter Wolf in the vocalist role. If so, it's a reunion that is long overdue.
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HASH(0x8b2becb4) étoiles sur 5 A classic... 27 février 2003
Par A. Ort - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yes, this was J. Geils entry into the world of the mainstream and yes 'Freeze Frame' and 'Centerfold' got overplayed (they are still good songs) but this album stands the test of time.
As happens many times with albums that hit the mainstream, people are often first introduced to a band in this way. It's the paradox of the music biz. I didn't know much of J. Geils prior to this album (though, in retrospect, I became aware of older songs I did know that they performed), but this album is just really, really good.
It was fun back in the day (come on now: 'Piss on the Wall'? what a great way to shock your parents) but I just recently got out the LP again and it sounds just as good today. Upon listening to it, however, I've realized that the lyrics are pretty striking. Hidden underneath the festive sounds of 'Centerfold' is talk of a high school girl in a men's magazine (though this is not as shocking today). 'Angel in Blue' talks of a stripper, 'Flamethrower' about a party girl, and 'River Blindness' about, well, I'm not quite sure but it is a really different song with elements of funk, blues and pop that jams. The songs actually tackle some pretty tough material.
The album doesn't miss a beat. It's experimental, touching on sides of life usually hidden from the mainstream and it really jams in a way that sounds good even today.
If you wish for some reminiscing or wish to give something fresh a try in the midst of today's amalgamation of a dizzying blend of music styles, this is well worth the trip.
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HASH(0x8b2c509c) étoiles sur 5 J. Geils Abandoned Their Roots For Pop? Then Some Of The Quirkiest, Most Inventive Pop Of Its Time! 7 mai 2006
Par Rich Latta - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
With FREEZE FRAME, the ultimate party/bar band made a record far removed from the more purist blues moves of their earliest days. This is basically some good, very tuneful rock 'n roll. Nearly all of these cuts are really catchy. Many have a distinct 50's feel while others veer a little more towards experimental/avant-garde territory. The production is slick and solid - sometimes it's even pretty trippy. I was pretty darn young when this came out (middle school age), and of course I loved the big hits - "Centerfold," "Rage In The Cage," "Freeze Frame" and, of course, "Flamethrower" with images of the cheerleaders at school getting down 'n dirty to its downbeat seared permanently on my little brain.

Listening to this album today, I'd say it's unique enough to still sound great to the average listener, even though some might say it does sound kinda dated (as someone who's never been particularly concerned about what's current or fashionable, this isn't really a problem for me).

My impressions:

"Freeze Frame" - an instantly recognizable series of camera clicks sets this addictive tune in motion. Great keys, horns, and that swaggering doo-wop dip is so infectious. Still way cool in my book. *****

"Rage In The Cage" - this one cranks up the intensity level and it still gets my blood flowing. *****

"Centerfold" - ah, the biggest hit and a classic expression of male sexual fantasy life. This one's still a riot. I remember some tight-wads at the time thought that it was too dirty for radio, but they played the hell out of it anyway because it's actually pretty innocent (and of course it's a great song). *****

"Do You Remember When" - has this wistful, romantic quality that (some) chicks will dig. ****

"Insane, Insane Again" - this one's a trip, a hyper kinetic romp with vocalist Peter Wolf sounding like a real maniac. The band's excellent pop musicianship is in full effect as the song morphs into bizarre Walt Disney moves and a raging piano solo. *****

"Flamethrower" - maybe I'm biased, but I think this one still sounds sexy. It may be the best on the album. *****

"River Blindness" - strangely enough, this is my absolute favorite track on FREEZE FRAME, and I tend to listen to it much more than the others these days. This one ventures quite a bit further into left field than any of the other tracks do. There's something so evocative about this song - my brain has created an entire visual scenario to accompany it which I can totally get lost in when I'm lying in the dark, completely tripping out on it (the scenario is based on "Dungeons & Dragons" - another relic of my past I wouldn't mind revisiting). A trippy, intense, unusual track. Reaches a great climax. *****+

"Angel In Blue" - this one's got a great melody and it does rock although it's much slower and sadder than the other songs. It isn't really my cup of tea, but sometimes I'm in the mood for it. *****

"Piss On The Wall" - I recall playing this one in secret because I knew it definitely WOULD piss off my parents if they heard it (and I normally never felt a need to do that). It's a great rockabilly-style groover, really funny too. *****

Ya know, 50's rock 'n roll is still some of the best rock ever made and if you can appreciate that as well as have a taste for the slightly weird, you might really go for this album. An 80's classic.
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HASH(0x8b2c5180) étoiles sur 5 Oldie but Goodie 21 mars 2014
Par savsmom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Can't believe I was able to find this after all these years. The song "River Blindness" has been stuck in my mind for years and now I finally have a copy of it...it's all I remembered it to be! Of course, there are the chart toppers on this one, but the other ones are what pulled me in on vinyl and now on cd!
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