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  • CD (10 avril 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Réservé à un public averti, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005ALHY
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  1. Tight Black Pants
  2. Monkey Suit
  3. Living Dead
  4. Test Tube Babies
  5. Won't You
  6. Concrete Shoes
  7. Squirm
  8. Want You Babe
  9. Dream Lover
  10. Sometimes I
  11. Corruption
  12. Butcher Baby
  13. Tight Black Pants - (Live)
  14. Living Dead - (Live)
  15. Sometimes I - (Live)
  16. Lunacy
  17. Doom Song, The
  18. Sex Junkie - (Live)
  19. Black Leather Monster
  20. 12 Noon
  21. Masterplan - (Live)

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NEW HOPE THE WRETCHED: METAL PRIESTESS


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HASH(0x9190a9cc) étoiles sur 5 Sometimes I feel it when you're down on your knees. 6 janvier 2004
Par Pamela Scarangello - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Released in 1980, "New Hope for the Wretched" is an anti-rock album that's intended to assault the senses, leaving listeners bruised and battered. Emerging from the New York punk circuit in the late 70's, the Plasmatics were a loud, uncompromising ensemble that cracked the status quo of the music industry and collapsed the foundation of mainstream America. And of course, the band was fronted by the one-of-a-kind Metal Priestess herself, Wendy O. Williams, a former stripper who uttered every album's lyrics with furious, gutteral snarls. A true icon in the music industry, she carved a bleeding trail for other hardcore, female-fronted acts, including The Lunachicks, My Ruin, and Otep.
This CD is an amplified masterpiece of dynamitic metal TNT. With its frantic drumming and raw guitars, "New Hope" features extremely loud and simplified anthems of violence, sex, and non-conformity. Although most of the songs were recorded in a studio, the sound was given as little buffering as possible, so it oozes the blood and sweat of an untamed stage performance. Some of the album's tracks, such as "Tight Black Pants," "Test Tube Babies," "Corruption," and the psychotic "Won't You" are spontaneous metal tunes that will melt your eardrums and leave your brain completely hemorrhaged! "Concrete Shoes" is a brutal and blistering song that's somewhat inspired by 1930's gangster flicks; with her incredibly angry growls, Wendy portrays a Mafia boss who tosses a corpse into the Lower East River. The album also features the single, "Butcher Baby," a hostile war anthem that conquered the Top 40 charts in the United Kingdom. "Dreamlover" is a romantic rock track that includes the over-the-top "noise jam," where the band members turned their headphones off and isolated themselves in different parts of the studio. By doing that, no one could hear what notes the other members were playing. This results in a 2-minute cacophany of beautiful chaos; the Plasmatics might as well have played their instruments while riding in a truck at 90MPH, only to skid off the road and tumble down a hill in a ball of flames! And, of course, don't forget the Plasmatics' underground classic, "Living Dead," a rebel song that addresses the damaging, 9-to-5 pressure society inflicts on its citizens. In addition to "New Hope from the Wretched," this CD package provides the entire tracklist from the band's EP, "Metal Priestess," a record that contains a slightly more polished rock sound. Skull-bashing tunes like "Doom Song," "Lunacy," and "12 Noon" are the first ones to dive into the cult bucket of sci-fi movies, festering zombies, blood rituals, and the coming apocalypse. Also, Wendy O. William's live rendition of "Sex Junkie" is as sleazy as the pages of a Hustler magazine. As a whole, this CD is a violent labor of love from a group of anti-art pioneers; it's a album that no death metal group has been able to imitate since.
While being the first stage act to fuse punk anarchy and speed metal, the Plasmatics became well-known for their dangerous theatrics: they sliced guitars in half with a chainsaw, smashed television sets with a sledgehammer, and detonated cars in front of a gawking audience. If that's not obscene enough for you, the lovely Wendy often performed topless onstage, displaying as much raunchy behavior as in one of her a XXX videos. She was a shock rocker who could have brought Marilyn Manson to his knees! Purchase this album when you can, freaks! While American buyers are slowly sinking into the artificial mud of Barbie doll clones, Wendy O. Williams's memory must be kept alive and well! The Plasmatics will live forever!
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HASH(0x9190c324) étoiles sur 5 Butcher Baby...They're gonna put you away!! 23 août 2002
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This 2-in-one Plasmatics package contains the loudest, fastest and most hardcore rock music I've ever heard. When you press the play button on your CD player and hear the very first track, you will feel like you've been hit by a runaway train! Personally, my favorite track is "Dreamlover," because of its 2-minute long noise jam where the band members are isolated from one another and randomly play their instruments however they wanted...it's chaos at its best! Another favorite is "Living Dead," which is an absolute classic. Most of the tracks are raw enough that you almost can't tell whether they were recorded in the studio or if they were performed live on stage. "New Hope/Metal" is worth the money; get it while you can.
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Par Buddy Barker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While the Plasmatics' output has been recently made avialable I was sorely disappointed that Plasmatics Media had seemingly overlooked the METAL PRIESTESS ep from way back in 1981. Now I can complain no more as this ep has been added to NEW HOPE FOR THE WRETCHED (which has been fairly easy to find on disc). Wendy and company are in fine form here both in songwriting and hard rock attack. LUNACY, DOOM SONG and BLACK LEATHER MONSTER are probably the most well rounded and articulate songs the Plasmatics ever attempted. The tunes from WRETCHED are fun energetic punk but I prefer the metal/punk hybrid of METAL PRIESTESS and this is definitely a high point of this genre.
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HASH(0x9191db70) étoiles sur 5 "Say goodbye to the world as you know it" 8 août 2008
Par trashcanman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Behold The Power Of The Night
Shine That We May See The Light
Curse The Filthy Hypocrites
Crawl Into Their Beds At Night
Ooze From Slimy Depths Below
Scream Into Their Frozen Brains"

Wendy O. Williams is the most iconic of iconoclasts; all black leather, mohawk, and electrical tape onstage chainsawing through guitars and exploding cars with glee as her band laid down sonic anarchy. This is not your happy, poppy punk rock band. This is music with a message and the very picture of the "art is war" battlecry currently personified by Williams' heavy metal reincarnation, Otep Shamaya. The sound is massive, the filth and the fury tangible, and the contempt for the mainstream palpable in every note and lyric. The Plasmatics were one of the most exciting bands in music history and one listen to this CD will tell you why. I'm actually angry that I put off buying this for so many years. Don't make the same mistake; this is one of the finest punk rock releases I've ever heard.

Here's The Plasmatics in a nutshell: their cover of all-time saccharine oldie "Dreamlover". One might have expected this to be a grab at a little radio play or some new fans due to the exceptional catchiness of the original tune and the way classic pop songs translate so easily to the simplicity and energy of punk rock. But then you hear Wendy O. William's contemptuous groan/grunt delivery and the sloppy, noisy guitar riffs and realize this is hardly the same song, nor is it meant to be. As if that wouldn't turn off any less-than-hardcore potential fans enough, there is a section of the song where the entire band turned off their headphones while recording and began freestyling without the ability to hear what the other players were doing. The predictable result was a pure unadulterated chaos of bizarre guitar noise, simultaneous soloing bass & drums, and confusion for a rather long stretch before the bassist begins the chorus and everything falls back into place for the amusing finale. Other standout moments of "New Hope For the Wretched" include ridiculing businessmen ("Monkey Suit") and couch potatoes ("Living Dead"). The guitar riffs are often catchier than you'd think and there is also some surprisingly creative drumming here. Contrary to the belief of some, this is not music for dummies; far from it. The best thing about great punk rock is it never loses it's relevance. The sheer noise and aggression is as unbearable to mainstream music fans now as it was then and the lyrics in all their simplicity have not lost an ounce their truth. A million emo bands on meth could never duplicate the energy of this album. Also included are a few live versions of some of the album's tracks which are even more raw than the studio recordings.

As an added bonus to this all-time great punk album, we are treated to the wonderful "Metal Priestess" EP which delivers what it promises. A scalding hybrid of the band's punk fire of a mere year earlier and a newer heavy metal sound anticipating the thrash metal movement of the 80's led by the much-improved vocals of the ultimate punk frontwoman. William's delivery on this slice of awesome is a lot less off-putting than on the album that preceded it and really cements her place in the forefront of all-time great punk rockers. Her snarling, sneering, and even singing delivery on MP is much more suitable to the band's sound than the angry/sexual groans and grunts of before. The songwriting is also very much improved on the EP and it's addition to this package really drives this CD to the top of any hardcore fan's must-own list.

"New Hope for the Wretched/Metal Priestess" is a twofer not to be missed by anyone who dares call themselves a punk rock fan. It sounds great (in that old-school indie, low-budget production kind of way), the words are the very language of sexuality and political anger, and Wendy O. Williams was pure electric fire. She is very much missed. For those who already worship at the altar of Black Flag, Minor Threat, Bad Brains, and MDC, this CD is a given. For casual punk fans more familiar with groups like Green Day, NOFX The Sex Pistols, and The Ramones this is a great way to test the waters of true hardcore punk rock before diving in. Either way, check this out.

"Neutron bombs, and chemical food
Cowboy politics, and man on the moon
Murder, and rape, and chemical waste
Pollution and death, home of the brave
Racism television, corporate God
Polyurethane breakfast, Formica lunch
Insipid ideas, and conformative rules
Collapsing cities, archaic schools"

Yup. Still relevant. Eerily relevant, even.
HASH(0x9191db94) étoiles sur 5 Damning and Dangerous 22 octobre 2015
Par Jacob Koehler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The debut album from the truly infamous Plasmatics finds the band trying as hard as they can to take what ever conventions the music business had built up by this point and tear them down to the ground. Under the guise of a Punk/Metal hybrid sound, they went about de-constructing what a "professional" band should sound like, specifically in their cover of Bobby Darin's "Dream Lover" which has an interlude where Producer and Svengali Rod Swenson took each band member and separated them so they were unable to hear each other. What ensued was about a minute and a half of pure musical chaos. Outside of Free-Jazz, this kind of thing never really happens. Furthermore, taking a cue from their live shows, "Butcher Baby" doesn't boast so much a guitar solo, but a chainsaw cutting a guitar in half while the tape was rolling. Bold experiments aside, the band and specifically Vocalist/Amazon Wendy O. Williams, were still finding themselves musically. Williams was described as having a voice akin to "Stiv Bators chewing on downers" and they aren't too far off. However, she made great strides as a singer and shortly after the release of this album she was able to refine that sound and sound much more confident as a singer. You can tell because this version also includes the "Metal Priestess" E.P. produced by bassist/songwriter Dan Hartman about 18 or so months after the debut album was released. Boasting a less experimental sound, this one is much more straightforward Heavy Metal with greater emphasis on creating sturdier songs and less experimentation. So, while this album may be lacking in musical merit in places, it boasts wild amounts of daring and vigor everywhere else (maybe 3 stars is a little low, let me change that.....there!) and if you are a fan of bold tunes then this is a must-have for your collection. R.I.P. Wendy.
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