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Horror Show CD, Import

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Page Artiste Iced Earth

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  • CD (26 juin 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005K9ZU
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Wolf - Iced Earth
  2. Damien - Iced Earth
  3. Jack - Iced Earth
  4. Ghost Of Freedom - Iced Earth
  5. Im-Ho-Tep (Pharaoh's Curse) - Iced Earth
  6. Jeckyl & Hyde - Iced Earth
  7. Dragon's Child - Iced Earth
  8. Frankenstein - Iced Earth
  9. Dracula - Iced Earth
  10. The Phantom Opera Ghost - Iced Earth

Disque : 2

  1. Transylvania - Iced Earth
  2. Interview With Jon Schaffer - Jon Schaffer/Summit Chandra
  3. Interview With Jon Schaffer - Jon Schaffer/Summit Chandra
  4. Interview With Jon Schaffer - Jon Schaffer/Summit Chandra
  5. Interview With Jon Schaffer - Jon Schaffer/Summit Chandra
  6. Interview With Jon Schaffer - Jon Schaffer/Summit Chandra
  7. Interview With Jon Schaffer - Jon Schaffer/Summit Chandra

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The most impressive album -- ever. 14 mars 2002
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I cannot honestly say that there is no bias in the review about to be written; Iced Earth captured me within their frozen grasp years ago and I have yet to break free. This is hardly something bothersome though, as the music is the most impressive I have ever heard, and Horror Show is no exception!
At first listen, Horror Show sounds dramatically different from anything Iced Earth has ever done. The line-up has once again changed, bringing new sounds and styles to the band's already well-written and performed style. With this release, I think they finally got it right.
Throughout your Horror Show experience, you will be treated with a variety of sounds: Haunting, Rasping, Razing, Serene, Powerful; everything is there and in tact. Each track must be listened to on an individual basis to truly be appreciated for what they are, despite the fact that this is a concept album. There is no denying that it is a pleasurable listen from start to finish, but -- unlike so many other concept albums out there -- there is no requirement to listen to it from start to finish every time you place it in your CD player.
With new drummer Richard Christy -- of Death and Control Denied fame -- each track is a rhytmetic powerhouse; his double-bass drumming leaves nothing to be desired as it frequently continues for astonishing lengths of time. There is no distraction in this, however; with the superb instrumentals and vocals of the rest of the band, the drums only act as one part of a whole, flawlessly accompanying the rest of the band as their passion for music shines through in their sound.
Brilliant song writing captures each listener and takes them away to the "Silver Screen" where each Monster's story is told. The Wolfman, Damien, Jack the Ripper -- clear on up to the Phantom of the Opera -- each monster's tale is told with an astonishing variety of music and Matt Barlow's highly praised vocals.
If you enjoy Iced Earth -- buy this album! If you have never heard of Iced Earth -- buy it anyway! This is a band that has been there, done that, and is travelling along its way to the next level of perfection as each release continues to be better than the last. If you don't own Horror Show yet, you're missing out!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 DO NOT ORDER THIS FROM AMAZON.COM 10 juin 2004
Par BVSC fanatic - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is advertised as being the 2-CD set, but it is NOT.
When it arrived, it turned out to have only a SINGLE CD.
When I wrote to to ask them to exchange it for the CORRECT 2-CD set that they are advertising, I was told that my only option was to send it back for a refund. But I don't want a refund, damn it, I want the product that is being advertised!!!
Having been a VERY loyal customer for several years, and having encouraged others to buy from, I HIGHLY resent having my time wasted by this false advertising (not to mention the run around that I am getting in trying to correct the problem).
I'm going to be alot less likely to order from in the future.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Buy This Album or Spend All Eternity in the Flaccid Gut of Christ... 11 juin 2008
Par J. Colpitts - Publié sur
Format: CD
If you haven't bought this album, or if you don't like it, then you cannot call yourself a true Heavy Metal fan... This is by far the best Heavy Metal album ever written, and if you disagree, may Schaffer's chugga-chugga riffs hit you like a Train... With that said, here's my review:

OVERALL REVIEW: First off, Iced Earth is my favorite band of all time. I own every Iced Earth release to date except for a select few EP's... In my opinion, this album defined the best Iced Earth line-up of all time, and with that comes their greatest sounding record. With Jon Schaffer's amazing writing skills, Matt Barlow's Heavenly yet Demonic Vocals, Larry Tarnowski's Crazy Solos, Steve DiGiorgio's Thundering Bass, and Richard Christy's Drums that could beat any man down, you have what is probably the greatest album of all time! The albums theme is Horror. All the songs are based off of old Horror Movies. Many fans were sad when they found out that this would be Barlow's last album with the band, but thing's have changed, and he returns 7 years later as Iced Earth Frontman once again! Heavy Metal doesn't get better than this, so if you don't own this album, buy it!!! I strongly recommend that!

Now, let's turn to the Tracklist:

1. WOLF: This is a killer opening song for the album. The Chorus is crazy with great Vocal lines and awesome double bass. It kicks you in the face, so be prepared when listening to it for the first time.

2. DAMIEN: This is my favorite song on the album. It has some of Iced Earth heaviest riffs and darkest vocals/lyrics to date. It is also the epic track of the album.

3. JACK: This is also another extremely heavy song, similar to Disciples of the Lie. It's lyrics are also dark.

4. GHOST OF FREEDOM: The album takes a break from its theme here. This song is very melodic and beautiful. It was written with inspiration from the movie, The Patriot. It's not a Horror Movie, but it is still a movie.

5. Im-Ho-Tep: The opening to this song was written by Larry Tarnowski, and besides the guitar solos, is the only material he wrote for the entire album. It's perfect for the Eqyptian Theme.

6. JECKYL & HYDE: Another one of my favorites. The breakdown in this song is awesome. You hear two voices arguing (Which is Jeckyl & Hyde) and then it kicks into an awesome Guitar Solo (which fits perfectly with the fact that he's fighting against his inner self), probably my favorite solo on the album.

7. DRAGON'S CHILD: This song is good, but nothing special in my eyes. It keeps the theme and feel of the album going, so it does it's part.

8. FRANKENSTEIN: This song is also good, but doesn't do much for me. It does feature Schaffer on Lead Vocals during the chorus, though.

9. DRACULA: This song is amazing. Yet another one of my favorite. It has a beautiful introduction and some of Barlow's best vocal work to date.

10. THE PHANTOM OPERA GHOST: This is a great album-ender. It feature's a duet between Barlow (The Phantom) and Yunhui Percifield (Christine). Schaffer feels that he could have put more into the song, so maybe we'll hear more from this story in the future.

Disc 2 has a cover of Transylvania by Iron Maiden on it, but the real beauty of this disc is the in-depth interview with Schaffer. He is one of my biggest influences as a musician, so I really enjoyed hearing what he has to say about music. Now, there is a single disc Horror Show and a 2-Disc Horror, so if you want to hear the interview, make sure it's the 2-Disc CD.

As my final words, I can't express how badly I recommend buying this CD. It is just an absolutely perfect album. I hope this review was helpful!

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Iced Earth's most melodic and versatile release 7 juin 2004
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: CD
Horror Show(2001). Iced Earth's sixth studio album, and last one to feature Matt Barlow on vocals.
Ever since the dawn of the 90s, IE has been delivering numerous scorching thrash metal albums, changing styles gradually with the addition of certain bandmembers. Up until Burnt Offerings(1995), the band had been closely following the thrash/power metal stylings of their heroes (old) Metallica and Iron Maiden. Once Matt Barlow joined in on Burnt Offerings, the band finally began to develop their own style, employing both the influences of their past with a slight death metal flavor. Amazingly though, the band stays completely within the realm of thrash metal, but they adopt a fresh modern style as well, so their albums never quite sound dated. They continued to further develop their new melodic songwriting with Dark Saga(1996). However, IE finally perfect their style in 1998's Something Wicked This Way Comes. Containing all different types of thrash rockers throughout the disc, the band might have reached their peak. They even followed it with the amazing 3-disc Alive In Athens(1999).
So where does IE go from there?
Simple. Rhythm guitarist and band founder Jon Schaffer had always wanted to create a concept album with songs based on various famous monster myths, so that's exactly what he did. Now before you write this theme off as incredibly cheesy, keep in mind that they pulled off the comic book theme of Spawn in impeccable fashion on the Dark Saga album, and without any sort of campiness factor. Thankfully, it also applies here. The same lineup that adorned SWTWC is back again, and Larry Tarnowski pulls off some outstanding guitarwork here, though his presence isn't quite as prominent as it was on the previous album. As a matter of fact, ever since Barlow's arrival, the songwriting has gradually become more and more focused on his vocals, and Horror Show is where this becomes most evident. Schaffer and Tarnowski don't seem to mind either. Seeing as this was also Barlow's final album with the band, he managed to leave with a memorable performance, and his range has only been getting better with time. It's just too bad he's gone now.
Starting off the album is the fast and intense 'Wolf'. It's a great way to open the album and it sets up the general tone. Next is the slow 9-minute 'Damien', which reminds me of Black Sabbath at times. 'Jack' brings the pace back up, followed by the melodic anthem 'Ghost Of Freedom'. Then there's the riff-heavy 'Im-Ho-Tep (Pharoah's Curse). This song has a similar sound to Iron Maiden's 'Powerslave'. 'Jekyll & Hyde' starts off with accoustic guitar stringings and melodic keyboards, and then breaks into a fast rocker with several time change signatures. Barlow's vocals really shine here. 'Dragon Child' starts off a similar way to the last one, but breaks into a mid-paced thrash romp. It's got an excellent solo along the way. Speaking of Iron Maiden, the next track is a fully realized cover of Iron Maiden's 'Transylvania'. It does the original version great justice. 'Frankenstein' starts off with a great riff, and then segues into a slow pounding number. 'Dracula' is fairly lightweight at the beginning, but gradually it builds up into an excellent galloping rocker, and then changes to a faster pace before the end. One of the album's best tracks. Like all of IE's albums before it, Horror Show ends with a memorable BANG in the form of the 10-minute closer 'The Phantom Opera Ghost'. There's a really great interplay between Barlow's vocals and the guest female vocals of Yunmui Percifield. Likewise, Schaffer's rhythm guitars and the Transylvanian organ parts go well topgether and give the song a unique touch. This one is another one of IE's greatest songs. It's not as long as 'Dante's Inferno' nor the trilogies before it, but 'The Phantom Opera Ghost' holds well on its own.
Apparently there are two editions of this album available. My version is only one disc, but if you get the two disc edition, the Iron Maiden cover of 'Transylvania' is stuck on the second disc instead of the first, and it's followed by a lenghthy interview with Jon Schaffer.
In the end, Horror Show is another scorching album by the best thrash band of the 90s. So why only 4 stars? Well, this album is certainly better than Dark Saga, but at the same time, it's also very similar in it's approach. As a whole album, it doesn't quite measure up to Stormrider, Burnt Offerings, or SWTWC, yet it still contains several of IE's greatest songs. To me, the sum of the album's parts are better than the album as a whole. I also don't listen to it as much as some of the other albums, but don't let that deter you from checking this release out. The 4 stars is given only compared to other IE albums. In comparison to anything else, I'd give it 4.5 stars. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TO ALL FANS.
Other similar album recomendations:
-'Something Wicked This Way Comes' by Iced Earth
-'Night Of The Stormrider' by Iced Earth
-'Powerslave' by Iron Maiden
-'Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son' by Iron Maiden
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enjoy the Show! 16 novembre 2002
Par A.F. - Publié sur
Format: CD
Why all the negative reviews, people? Iced Earth's most recent album HORROR SHOW is a great album, plain and simple. I cannot find one bad thing on it. This very talented band, keeping the spirit of metal alive, has taken a familiar concept -- the theme of monsters -- and turned it into a deep, rich subject, whereas a lesser band might have turned it into a cheesy and unforgiving mess. My intro to Iced Earth was their 1996 "Spawn" album THE DARK SAGA, and I knew I had to get more of their stuff. Whereas THE DARK SAGA is a more somber album, HORROR SHOW is far more brutal in the riffing department. Guitarists Jon Schaffer and Larry Tarnowski really let loose on this album. Add to that the thunderous rhythm section of double-bass maestro Richard Christy and bassist Steve DiGiorgio (both members of the now defunct Death) and you got some killer metal coming your way. And of course, Matt Barlow is always great. He puts on another intense, focused, and tight vocal performance as always.
Instead of going through the album track by track, here's my personal list of the highlights from this album. (NOTE: I own the single-disc version. The double album with the Schaffer interview was not in the store at the time, so bear with me):
"Wolf" (track 1)--A blistering, insane thrash metal piece with a hypnotic opening rhythm and awesome energy. Play it loud.
"Damien" (track 2)--A powerful 9-minute epic based on the Son of Satam from "The Omen" movies. The lyrics are filled with vivid imagery, though the chorus is a bit too long. Nice alternation of acoustic melodies and heavy riffs. The spoken word part is very creepy as well as disturbing.
"Ghost of Freedom" (track 4)--This touching ballad kind of detracts from the album's theme since it has nothing to do with it, but it's still a great song. Perfect lyrics from Barlow on this one, and the ending is really strong.
"Transylvania" (track 8)--A killer cover of the classic Iron Maiden instrumental. Fits well with the album's theme.
"Frankenstein" (track 9)--Many people don't mention this song, but I love it. Amazing how Schaffer was able to tell the story in under 4 minutes. The fuzz-toned riff is gigantic, and the chorus is so good.
"Dracula" (track 10)--A stunning mini-epic that begins with a slow acoustic intro that builds and builds until it turns explosive. Barlow does the best Rob Halford impression ever on this song (and I mean that in a good way).
"The Phantom Opera Ghost" (track 11)--The closing epic of the album, and definitely the most complex. Beginning with surprisingly lovely mandolin from Schaffer, this song combines brutal riffs, atmospheric acoustics, keyboards, and time changes galore into one tight package. The duet between the female singer's sexy and slinky voice (as Christine) and Matt's demonic growls (as the Phantom) are really something to hear. Watch out for Christy's Neil Peart-like drum solo towards the end!
What else do I have to say? To quote Emerson Lake & Palmer, "You gotta see the show! It's rock and roll!"
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