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  • Album vinyle (12 octobre 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Touch & Go
  • ASIN : B002KL3G58
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Après avoir donné un concert sold out au Festival Sonic de la Villette, THE JESUS LIZARD, les patrons du rock noise metal, mélodique et brutal, et qui ont largement influencé le rock des années 90 au même titre que SONIC YOUTH et BIG BLACK en proposant un mélange détonnant de punk rock, de blues et de sonorités industrielles et bruitistes, rééditent leur discographie. Goat, le 2ème album le plus vendu du groupe


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Le son noise des Jesus Lizard a été une vraie source d'inspiration pour bon nombre de groupes des 90s. "Goat" fait partie de leurs albums qui dégagent une puissance formidable. Des riffs de tueur, une redoutable efficacité... un son de guitare sec mais brut, plutot noisy. Des compos ahurissantes, des ambiances de folie, un côté déjanté-malsain-flippant, bref, une véritable perle d'un groupe trop peu connu. Une merveille de rock indépendant.
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HASH(0x8c1958f4) étoiles sur 5 renewed & ready to singe fresh ears 13 octobre 2009
Par Stargrazer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First off, how does it sound?

The answer is, not remarkably different than the original -- but this was always a record with a lot of space. It was recorded by Steve Albini, and remastered by the same. Albini is definitely not known for applying gobs of compression or boosting levels willy-nilly as many remastering engineers of lesser conviction are wont to do. "Goat" maintains its sonic integrity in every way.

It DOES sound bigger, brighter and more present, but subtly so. It also sounds eminently true to its original self. The bonus tracks are nice, it's good to have them all in one place, and apparently the "Lash" triple 7"/CDEP is not going to get the remaster treatment so you'll have to piece it back together from the various remastered discs. Two of Lash's live tracks ("Lady Shoes" and "Monkey Trick") appear here, along with "Pop Song," which has always been one of my favorite non-album tracks. If you have "Lash" and "Bang," you're gonna have most of these songs already.

The liner notes are a big fold-out with some period photographs, poster art, lyrics (typically unsettling, I kind of preferred it when I didn't know what David Yow was saying!), and some hilarious song-by-song notes.

Now, on to the album proper:

"Goat" is a defining moment for the nineties underground. The Jesus Lizard made their mark as a live band, and their first album "Head" along with the "Pure" EP hinted at their power, but "Goat" is where studio recordings really served them properly. All their sounds are dialed in perfectly and the songs roll one after the other with brutal consistency. There is an agoraphobic spaciousness and a claustrophobic intensity, contradictory and mind-blowing, with Duane Denison's spidery, needlepoint guitar sitting out entirely for wide swaths of the music (pretty unheard of in "punk") before coming in like some sort of punchcard-driven soul machine. Denison is one of my favorite guitarists due to this amazing restraint, his easy precision and almost jazzy phrasing. If comparisons must be made, he bears some tonal likeness to pre-Wilco Nels Cline.

The rhythm section of David Wm. Sims and Mac McNeilly is Denison's perfect foil, pummeling and pointillistic, supremely heavy but still swinging. McNeilly deserves much more notice than he usually gets -- he's as versatile a drummer as Vinnie Signorelli (Swans, Unsane) and stamps each song with a unique and galvanic rhythmic signature. Sims roots the whole affair with the sort of propulsive basslines that pull it all to the ground yet keep it moving -- brilliantly simple. "Goat" was where this combo hit its stride (I think Denison says this pretty much verbatim in the liner notes), capturing the sound and energy of their live shows so truthfully you can almost close your eyes and be washed away by the sweaty crowds of moshers.

The songs:

"Goat" has the perfect A-side, a 5-song run that slow-boils at first with the loping "Then Comes Dudley," featuring a beautifully precise splattering of guitar notes, before "Mouth Breather" and "Nub" follow in quick succession -- each of them more than capable of being the album's single (actually I think "Mouth Breather" WAS the album's single), and in a wiser time they would have carried the college airwaves from coast to coast. "Seasick" stutters to a start before completely immolating all nearby listeners with its strangled and paranoid tale of "an ocean, a single idea." This song was one of my favorite openers when seeing the band live -- it would completely consume the venue and people would go ape! "Goat's" first half wraps up with "Monkey Trick," a song Yow describes as the most perfect song written about anything, ever. Though he's being typically mock-obtuse, he's really not that far off -- "Monkey Trick" is a fantastically paced, guitar-burned rhythm piece with a devastating cathartic payload.

Side B is a little less immediate, but only a little. These songs (with the exception of "Lady Shoes" -- definitely the most lyrically perverse) were performed live with far less frequency, but they're still great. The band clearly laid it all on the table when recording "Goat," there is no respite from the excoriating music or the flayed vocal cords, grunts, and tortured amazing sounds coming from David Yow's throat. Mike Patton was obviously paying attention to this record.

All in all, "Goat" is a classic in every sense of the word, from Denison's amazing, articulate blues- and jazz-informed guitars (he makes the term "angular" seem entirely spurious) to Yow's completely unhinged vocal delivery. The stark contrast of order vs. chaos, the unconventional-yet-unforgettable song structures, and the sheer visceral connection "Goat" makes with your gut reveals far more than arty/punky/proto-industrial/noise rock/whatever... it's just indisputably great. You need this. It's good to see this back on record store shelves, renewed and ready to singe fresh ears.
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HASH(0x8c9d47b0) étoiles sur 5 Coolest Band Ever 7 novembre 2005
Par Jodie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Let's get one thing straight, I never put a review down for anyone.

But this is how much I love this band, I had almost lost my faith in rock n' roll until one day I picked up this album on a whim.

My God, my mind was officially blown, this is what rock is meant to sound like, why, I ask did these guys not have a major career in the 90's ie. Nirvana.

Like all good albums there's not one or two good songs, the whole thing is top notch.

David Yow spitting his lyrics into the mic, big fat bass riffs, what can I say they're the band you're big brother should have got you into(like Iggy), you know secretly sliding that album onto you're pillow while you're at school. (sadly that didn't happen for me).

But at least I found this album, sorry this band, do anything, buy anything, well almost anything. I highly recommend Goat, Head/Pure, Show, Liar, Down, and Shot if you really like them.

Coolest band ever.
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HASH(0x8b7415d0) étoiles sur 5 Don't get me wrong, he's a nice guy... 2 juillet 2001
Par Matt W. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's impossible to pick my favorite Jesus Lizard album from their Touch and Go/Steve Albini days because they all are equally important.
"Goat" is a paranoid descent into their world, and I love it to death. Duane Denison does some of his most beautiful guitar work on this album with "Then Comes Dudley" "Monkey Trick" "Karpis" "South Mouth" "Rodeo in Joliet" and especially the slide playing on "Nub".
If I had to pick my desert island top 5, they would be my top Jesus Lizard albums because I never get tired of listening and rocking out to them.
There are very few bands within the past 10-15 years that have had as much importance to me as The Jesus Lizard. They were a band that played with real soul, and I miss them.
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Par D. K. Malone - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Jesus Lizard is one of those bands that has an absolutely distinctive sound. Once you're familiar with them, you can hear a Jesus Lizard song that you've never heard before in your life and still know instantly that it's them. The Ramones and AC/DC are two other examples of this phenomenon. However, every band has that one "best" album, and Goat is Jesus Lizard's. All of the songs are very strong, but pay extra close attention to the album's one-two knockout punch of Mouth Breather and Nub. To this day I believe those are the two best songs the band ever wrote. If you've heard of Jesus Lizard but never actually heard them and are curious, I say this is the album to buy. If you like it, you'll probably like Head/Pure, Liar, and Down. Those are my four favorites and the only ones I really recommend. I believe it was after recording Down that drummer Mac McNeily left the band and they stopped using Albini as their producer. They were just never the same from then on. I'm not anti-change, per se. But to my ears, there was an undeniable decline.

I used to think that Jesus Lizard was 100% original and unique. Then I heard The Birthday Party. I felt exactly the same way I did when I finally found out that there was no Santa Claus, or that Fugazi is actually just a big rip off of Gang of Four. But I got over it.
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HASH(0x8bd3d120) étoiles sur 5 Uncorrupted files from the late 80s/early 90s 18 juin 2005
Par A. Chiseler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Things were getting really weird and really interesting back then. And then suddenly, it all passed through the colon of the marketing department and it was christened "Grunge." Which sort of *looked* like the interesting stuff, but it sounded like Foghat. So, kids: burn your Pearl Jam records and go get this one. Imagine Zeppelin de-tuned and chewing the flesh of naked hippy children like Goya's Saturn. But Bonzo has studied the time signatures of Romanian wedding music, and Robert Plant is a wild-eyed Texas coprophage. Like the man says, I love the eighties!
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