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Page Artiste Devin Townsend

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  • CD (26 juin 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005LNHL
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HASH(0x9c0871a4) étoiles sur 5 Weird Devin CD 19 mars 2002
Par WickyWooWoo - Publié sur
Format: CD
Well, after the seriousness of SYL & Ocean Machine, Devin decided to make a record, more diverse & shall we say, fun & wacky?? Infinity was the result:
1. Truth - Possibly, one of the best opening songs ever, the music is powerful & the vocals are angelic & very melodic, amazing sound - 5/5
2. Christeen - A good old rock song, with the romantic touch changed by Devin, the end of the song gets more aggressive, just great - 4/5
3. Bad Devil - A strange song, a live favourite, a GREAT song, the evil monster verse part is funny & the female vocals leading into the chorus add even more uniqueness to this song, simply outstanding - 5/5
4. War - A longer song than usually on this CD, it is quite a normal song until he starts to sing "it's white noise" for about 2 mins, then it just goes mental - 4/5
5. Soul Driven - A song that doesn't really go anywhere, until the end that leads into the next song
6. Ants - The short burst of chaos on the CD, the intro sounds like The Dillinger Escape Plan, then the music & singing turn into a Chipmunk type affair, very strange but very appealing - 4/5
7. Colonial Boy - This song sounds majestic, very creative & epic sounding, all in 3 mins, amazing - 5/5
8. Dynamics - This song is a typical Devin song, until the chorus hits, then it sounds like God himself starts to do the music, HUGE sound, simply amazing, not a song quite like it - 5/5
9. Unity - Definently a ending song, not much to it, kinda like Elevator music, good ending - 3/5
10. Noisy Pink Bubbles - Not sure if this is song 10 or a bonus, but it is a good song none the less, David Bowie kind of sound - 4/5
Overall, this CD is 5/5, once again, he changes his musical taste, to the more unique & strange kind this time
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HASH(0x9c08c6b4) étoiles sur 5 INFINITE MAJESTY 2 juillet 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: CD
I'll make thjis real easy for you. If you don't go out and buy this album NOW! then you are indeed a very silly person. Quite simply, it is outstanding and unbelievable. The sheer scope of the music presented by the Mighty Dev is of epic proportions. Right from the tranquil, opening chords of the album to the thunderous blast of Truth's first riff, this is a journey into a new world. Truth's bombast is followed by catchy pop-metal pleaser Christeen - a song inspired by the musical Phantom Of The Opera, and culled as an EP track.
What follows next is my personal fave - Bad Devil. Opening with a haunting organ chime, it suddenly decides to get funky! This hybrid of goth, jazz, metal, ska, and even classical is one of the best songs I have ever heard.
War is a song which starts off well enough, until it loses it's mind at the end, almost apocalypticly. Following with a quiet intro, Soul Driven Cadillac kicks in with it's large, sweeping chords. After a moment of madness, Ants delves you into the insect world, giving you the image of an ant army scurrying about it's work. Wild Colonial Boy takes the tone to a much darker place, like a carnival of the damned. Dynamics rings loud and true, and Unity brings a fitting and peaceful end to the album. Which makes Noisy Pink Bubbles almost a bonus track, though a very able one.
Not a bad album really then.
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HASH(0xae15590c) étoiles sur 5 Directions : Buy, Listen, Love, Repeat 27 juin 2001
Par Nathan A. May - Publié sur
Format: CD
Another masterpiece by the musical messiah, Devin Townsend. This album takes the emotional elements of Ocean machine (previous work by Townsend) puts them into a blender, adds one part insanity, two parts genius, a little lemon zest for taste, and then whips it together into a complex stew of creativity that grows more and more intense with each listen. A must have for any music fan that is looking for a little substance in their music....
HASH(0x9c09a60c) étoiles sur 5 Bizarre Genius. 13 juin 2003
Par IcemanJ - Publié sur
Format: CD
Let me start off by saying this is the most bizarre CD I currently own. Devin is not afraid to go all out on this record and create the strangest music he ever has created. Don't try to classify it.
Is Devin a unique and talented guitar player? I have no idea. That's not really what I pay attention to in his music. He is creative in the songwriting, that's all I know.
The song "Cristeen" isn't that weird and is actually a nice, flowing melodic song. But then...
"Bad Devil" is a extremely wild song, seems to be emulating a song in a musical movie where everyone starts dancing, with it's trumpet solo, snapping fingers, huge booming female vocal choruses, things that sound like they're in old jazz songs, thumping drumming, and the wild organ underneath the super heavy electric guitar. All that stuff mixed together just makes the MOST WILD SONG EVER.
"War" is very catchy at the beginning with a finger-tapping beat and very odd little chipmunk vocals. You think this song is normal until the endless "Wa-Doo-Wap-Wap" (I really don't know what he's saying) appears under the main vocals until Devin wants to "PLEASE STOP THE MUSIC... FOR ONCE, PLEASE!" Then Devin sings a little solo with magickal synths.
"Soul Driven" has a nice ending with Devin losing his mind with ultra-distorted vocals and vocals over that, that are like very goofy.
"Ants is where it gets REALLY bizarre, with hyper, sped-up vocals. if you don't question his sanity here, you must also be insane. It's the most wacky, outrageous song he has ever done, that I have heard. And it is only 2 minutes long.
"Dynamics" is good.
"Unity" is a nice ending song (not the last, though) with a very pleasing melody and angelic vocals. This song is really uplifting and joyful. And drawn out, but that's good. It keeps getting louder and louder. This is EPIC!
And finally, "Noisy Pink Bubbles" is amazing. With little Ba-Ba-Ba-Ba-Ba-Bubbles singing and little woozy, dizzy sounds. YES, THE BUBBLES ARE SINGING. After that, the song is quite good. It flows well and has very good melodies and beats and good transformations and stuff. 3 cheers for Devin.
HASH(0x9c09a5dc) étoiles sur 5 My favorite Devy album... 18 janvier 2003
Par Tokyo Times Ten - Publié sur
Format: CD
... and arguably the single most beautiful album recorded by anyone anywhere ever. I say that without an ounce of exaggeration.
As for a genre, some say "progressive metal", but there is nothing particularly progressive about his music. Think more along the lines of heavy metal pop music with influences drawing from numerous genres. Many of his songs retain a simple pop format, but there is an underlying complexity to his work, fuelling each song so that it defies any idea of format or convention. There are layers upon layers of music to be found here. Pure beauty is the only description for "Infinity".
Why this man is not roughly twenty times as famous as he is confounds me to no end. His songs are catchy, funny, moving, scary, mysterious, and, in case I have not stressed this enough, very beautiful. Several songs, like the demonic swing of "Bad Devil" or the Bowie-esque flow of "Noisy Pink Bubbles", have a distinctly radio-friendly vibe to them (although they outwardly surpass anything that is being played on modern radio today).
Other, less "friendly" tracks include my personal favorite, "Ants", a song so eccentric and wild, it might induce one into questioning Mr. Townsned's sanity. Yet it still retains a sound structure, clearly showing not only Devin's amazing guitar playing technique, but his even more refined song-writing skills.
Buy this album. Buy all of Devin's albums, including the much heavier (yet equally moving) Strapping Young Lad albums.
Or don't, and go back to your usual gawking at the astounding musical skills of Avril Lavigne. You lose.
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