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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (12 octobre 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Touch & Go Records
  • ASIN : B002KL3G3K
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 12.578 en Musique (Voir les 100 premiers en Musique)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Boilermaker
  2. Gladiator
  3. The Art Of Self-Defense
  4. Slave Ship
  5. Puss
  6. Whirl
  7. Rope
  8. Perk
  9. Zachariah
  10. Dancing Naked Ladies
  11. (Silence)
  12. Wheelchair Epidemic (Bonus Track)
  13. Dancing Naked Ladies (Bonus Track)
  14. Gladiator (Bonus Track)
  15. Boilermaker (Bonus Track)

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Par devin le 4 juin 2013
Format: CD
C'est dur et sombre comme du métal mais il s'agit de "punk" rock avec une section basse -batterie démentielle. Le guitariste est excellent et les riffs restent en tête longtemps. Vivement conseillé.
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HASH(0x89156aec) étoiles sur 5 Dancing Naked Yow 7 juillet 1998
Par Thee Inspector - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Liar is like getting the crap kicked out of you in some seedy cocktail bar. Nasty cutting guitar work, pounding drums and of course David Yow screaming like a drunken banshee hopped-up on goofballs. About as safe as a knife fight in a soviet prison yard.
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HASH(0x89178198) étoiles sur 5 A wonderful, magical album 17 juin 2005
Par Wheelchair Assassin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It's bands like the Jesus Lizard that make me regret wasting my teen years in the mid '90's listening to FM radio-approved drivel, and Liar is one of the main reasons why. Liar is a wild, unhinged piece of punkish, metallic alt-rock, one that obliterated petty genre distinctions at the same time that it exposed the legions of pretenders that were just starting to pop up at the time. Want to know how ahead of its time Liar was? It came out before such boring Seattle knockoffs as Bush and Silverchair had even emerged, to say nothing of the ridiculous throwbacks (this means you, Puddle of Mudd) polluting the scene right now. Of course, being ahead of the curve is a virtual guarantee of going unnoticed by the masses, but then I don't think mainstream success was high on the Lizard's list of priorities.

Anyway, in the grand tradition of Steve Albini acts such as Shellac and Big Black (and yes, I know the Lizard's albums were merely *produced* by Albini, but why get picky?), Liar is assaultive, abrasive, and decidedly in contrast to all things commercial. Melody, good taste, and traditional rock-song structures are thrown right out the window here in favor of swirling collages of noise complete with twisted rhythms and the singular nasal howl of the great David Yow. Opener Boilermaker sets the tone literally from its first second, conjuring up a psychotic atmosphere out of a series of spastic drumbeats, hellish guitar riffage, and Yow's nightmarish chants. The next song, Gladiator, might be even more frightening, with Yow menacingly intoning such oddball lyrics as "You should see her use a gun," backed by a bass riff that hits with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer to the stomach. On slower tracks like Perk and Zachariah, Duane Denison's creepy-crawly riffs scratch against the surface of Yow's bizarre vocal impressionism, but fortunately the album loses nothing by slowing down because its oppressive atmosphere is never compromised one bit.

So, what more can be said about Liar? Well, unfortunately, not much. This is definitely one album that must be experienced to be fully comprehended. But let me leave you, gentle reader, with this: Liar is a supreme testament to a band that may not have released a classic every time out, but had a singular vision and didn't allow the temptations of fame or money to get in the way. If only more acts had their integrity, I might not have to comb the internet looking for stuff to listen to.
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HASH(0x89157d98) étoiles sur 5 THE LIZARD, greatest live band..... 29 mai 2005
Par Casa De Chill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am not sure if I like LIAR or DOWN better. Both are solid from begining to end. LIAR is a bit harder and raw, DOWN is more refined (if that word can be used to describe anything about the Lizard!?). Both albums represent the zenith of the Lizard's talent. If you have not ventured down this road and are unsure, do it. You will never look back and see the road the same way again.

A few comments. This was the first Lizard album I ever bought and at the time it was extremely different from the mainstream crap that was playing on the radio at the time. It scary, demented and little did I know that this was the definition of "rock".

After about a year I really understood these guys and I was able to do something about it. Fortunately I live in Chicago. I was able to see the Lizard about 5 times and every time I left a show I was amazed by this band. Tight. Hard. Powerful. Yow.

Yow was the 90's incarnation of Jim Morrison and I mean that only in the sense that he had such presence on stage. He was half drunk, staggering, yelling but always keeping composure.

He had a habit of coming on stage in various states of dress and the most messed up thing he did was come out completely wrapped in duct tape -head to toe. He proceded to rip the tape off as the show progressed. He was just about nude by the end of the show. The guy was insane and we loved every minute of it.

And the rest of the band? I have a hard time trying to think about a better live band. Sims, Denison, Kimball, McNeilly. The power and absolute precision that these guys played was unrivaled.

I somewhat remember a quote by a rock critic in Chicago about the Jesus Lizard, he said that they were "The greatest live band on this and three other solar systems". Nuff said.
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HASH(0x89174558) étoiles sur 5 One of the finest albums of the 90s... 5 décembre 2000
Par Robert Beveridge - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
...perhaps one of the finest rock albums ever. There are simply not words to describe the perfect marriage of punk, metal, noise, and sheer brutality achieved by the finest lineup of the finest band that ever came out of Chicago (and that truly is saying something). If you're exceptionally low on cash and can only ever afford to buy one Jesus Lizard album-- or one punk album-- or one metal album-- make this it. Yes, it's THAT good.
The album roars open with what might still be the finest rock single of all time, "Boilermaker," and Yow sets the standard for lyric writing on this album with impressionist glimpses at his topic (in this case, infidelity, with a strong implication of murder involved as well), and for the next thirty-five minutes, you're hooked. Completely. The tempo changes, the ferocity sometimes takes a backseat to other, equally nasty, obsessions, but the absolute intensity and vitriol never lets up.
Easily one of the five best albums of the nineties (#1 changes depending on my mood). Should be in the collection of everyone broad-minded enough to appreciate its brilliance.
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HASH(0x893aeec4) étoiles sur 5 One hell of an album 11 juin 2001
Par Matt W. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Liar" kicks off like an explosion with "Boilermaker", one of the most powerful songs TJL ever wrote; this track ALONE is enough reason to buy this LP.
The rest of it is just as amazing. This album is my second favorite TJL record, after "Down". "Slaveship", "Puss", "Dancing Naked Ladies" "Rope" "Perk" and "Whirl" will make you thrash around the room like a ferret on amphetamines. This is one of the best rock albums ever made. And I just love Duane's slide playing on "Zachariah".
Steve Albini's work on this album is nothing short of genius--everything he records (especially his work with TJL) is three-dimensional, and this album is no exception.
I don't need to ramble on any more about this album, because I could go on all day. If you are a rock n' roll fan and don't own TJL's records, you should hang your head in shame.
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