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Only Theatre Of Pain (1982) Import
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1. Cavity - First Communion 2. Figurative Theatre 3. Burnt Offerings 4. Mysterium Iniquitatis 5. Dream For Mother 6. Stairs - Uncertain Journey 7. Spiritual Cramp 8. Romeo's Distress 9. Resurrection - Sixth Communion 10. Prayer 11. Deathwish 12. Romeo's Distress 13. Dogs 14. Desperate Hell 15. Spiritual Cramp 16. Cavity
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Tout commence par des cloches, puis viennent se greffer les guitares et puis LA valeur ajoutée de Christian Death, le chant de Rozz Williams. Un timbre adolescent, mal assuré et pourtant tellement sincère dans sa "naiveté" qu'on se laisse emporter. Basse omniprésente, rage punk, voix qui ne ressemble à aucune autre, imagerie inquiétante, ce "only theatre of pain" est un petit bijou. A part dans la discographie du groupe, vraiment à découvrir. Bien sur il aura de quoi en rebuter plus d'un et ce n'est sans doute pas le meilleur album pour s'initier a l'unviers death rock!
A noter que cette édition contient en bonus le mini cd "Accept the gift of sin".
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I got this when I was 16 or so, making a transition from old school punk (Crass, Dead Kennedys, et al) into more "goth" music and culture, like Bauhaus, The Sisters, The Cure, etc.
Quite simply, it blew me away. The perfect blend of both styles, in my opinion. The lyrics are darkly violent, sexual, blasphemous, and above all, intelligent. The music is loud, and punky, but at the same time, noisy and often changes pace, something most punk and goth cannot claim. For all the fast, punkish songs, there are still dirgy, synth-laden ones, and tracks of pure noise collage hell. It does not give the impression of being dark and morbid simply for the sake of being dark and morbid-far from being contrived, it feels like this is the only way that Rozz and Rikk could have sounded at this point in time. Fluid yet dischorant all at once. I cannot recommend this album nearly enough.
While the production is not Pro-Tools perfect, it's still excellent, and really does not sound dated like a lot of albums of that time.
This is where the make-up set got their sound, make no mistake. None have done it better, and likely, none ever will. Rozz was a true original...I only wish that he and Boyd Rice had been able to do the long talked about project they talked about. Now that would have been an amazing recording...
The original Christian Death with Rozz Williams-accept NO immitations.
Even now, in my 30's, I still find the musicianship on this record amazing. And not just for its time but for all time. I highly recommend this album for teenagers who like darker music. You know who you are. Marilyn Manson is not enough. The religious overtones, the creepy, mortuary vibe and the punk energy make for the perfect mix. I can't really compare them to Bauhaus, Joy Division, Sisters, Misfits, Rudimentary Peni, etc.. because they simply don't sound alike. There are so many genres or labels given to music but I feel this is the quintessential Death Rock album. Sometimes the stars do align, the graves are just the right depth and miracles do happen. This is one of them.
If enough people let them know that the 2011 reissue has a problem, hopefully we can get it fixed.
A smaller issue, but still somewhat annoying are the track cue points. They've been changed from the original CD issue on this release. The ends of some songs are now clipped and have become the beginning of the next track. Sometimes it's no big deal, sometimes it's a major problem.
Five stars for this classic album, but 3 stars for the 2011 reissue until the audio issues are worked out.
Frontier Records was kind enough to get back to me on the 2011 reissue audio glitch.
Here's what the mastering engineer had to say:
> Subject: Re: Fwd: Christian Death Remaster Audio Glitch
> Yeah it's from the master mix and has been there from the beginning,
> first release of the dang thing.
> I can't remember if it was bad edit ... or what but I can't
> afford to go back to the 2" tapes (if they play) to re-mix. Maybe for
> some other anniversary edition of OTOP!
So while it's unfortunate that the 2011 remaster will continue to have this issue, I think it's still well worth picking up. It's a half second of frustration, but the rest of the remaster sounds great. Hopefully they'll fix the issue on a future release.