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  • CD (13 novembre 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005QEYH
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
Si le premier album était un peu plat, fortement influencé par la scène néo (beurk), celui-ci se veut plus metal, avec un chant plus proche du death que de la jeune adolescente en pleine crise, et des parties de guitare plus agressives et techniques.

En effet la jeune Morgan Lander (19 ans) a nettement progressé en tant que chanteuse et musicienne (jouant toutes les guitares, le piano et une partie des basses). Sa soeur Mercedes (17 ans) est loin d'être ridicule elle aussi, montrant une belle maîtrise de la double pédale.

Qui plus est, l'album est varié, alternant ballades et metal, et l'on ne s'ennuie pas même si le tout finit par faire un peu mal au crane (mais n'est-ce pas ce que l'on recherche ?)
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HASH(0x9c466ab0) étoiles sur 5 Excellent. A strong second album. 16 novembre 2001
Par Killrig - Publié sur
Format: CD
I just had the pleasure of seeing Kittie play half of this album along with most off of "Spit" a week before I picked it up. And I must say that it is better than I thought it would be. They call them a "Metal" band for a reason and this album is proof positive why. It's got angst, anger, gutteral growls, and prime metal melodic tension dripping on all sides. For a good portion of "Oracle" has a raw metal about the same skill level of Soulfly and Ill Nino. I must admit, despite the focus on Morgan's screams on "Oracle"; my favorite tracks are "In Winter", "Run Like Hell", "Pain", & the albums first single: "What I always Wanted". On these tracks the sounds have more variety to them that break up the throat aching screams that make up most of the album (don't get me wrong I love these too), "Wolves", "No Name" & the albums title track "Oracle". I even love the final track to the disc which is called "Pink Lemonade" which takes on a slow, beautiful yet LOUD Melvins-like ambiance -- which I think more bands need to do -- an excellent way to close off a collage of words & sounds from Kittie. In conslusion, if you have the taste for something Metal with a bit of melody, pick up 'Oracle'... You won't be disapointed.
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HASH(0x9c0a41ec) étoiles sur 5 A Brilliant Metal Release 20 août 2003
Par Twitch - Publié sur
Format: CD
As a fan of pure black and death metal I can tell you one thing, Kittie has gone far beyond the reaches of that all girl hardcore nu-metal outfit that I have grown to love, they have progressed to a level where most bands only dream of reaching. They have successfully mixed neo-metallic ideas, a both very etherial and brutal vocal apporach, a strong death metal edge, hardcore / metalcore riffing, and a slight gothic sound. 'Oracle' is starkly different than their Artemis debut 'Spit'. With 'Oracle' they have lost all of their nu-metal sound, but still retained the freshness and melody that came with it.
Comparisons to bands such as KoRn and Slipknot are no longer appropriate when describing Kittie. Durring the aggressive portions of the album, it has more of an early Soilwork (pre-'A Preditor's Portrait') type feel to it, or a definite Lamb of God reference (the song "No Name" sounds so much like "Black Label" its scary, but it still retains its own identity), and a references to early Dismember and Death can be found on the album's opener "Oracle" and on "Mouthful of Poison". During the more melodic parts of the album, it sounds like a more etherial type vibe, he ll maybe even Sigur Ros influenced. But, again, unlike 'Spit', Morgan Lander's (vocals / guitars) voice has a beautiful, melodic quality to it, and her scream has been fined tune (references to the great Arch Enemy are pointless, she sounds almost nothing like Angela Gossow). The standout tracks on the album are "In Winter", "What I Always Wanted", "No Name", and "Run Like Hell" (one of the few times that a band has ever covered Pink Floyd and done them justice).
This album goes beyond moth-goths who think 'Hot Topic' is what it means to be metal, it is a strong death metal insprired album that keeps one he ll of a melodic through out. But do remember inspired is the keyword here, Kittie in no way sounds like Vomitory or Immolation, but it is still just as good. Not since Tool has such a great band been accepted into the mainstream. Kittie's sophmore album 'Oracle' is definitely once for the ages, and is definitely one of my favorite albums.
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HASH(0x9c116198) étoiles sur 5 One of the heaviest most brutally relentless recording ever 18 novembre 2002
Par parabolak - Publié sur
Format: CD
"Spit" was a good album, but it was rather annoying and had truly awful production. I just didn't think they could possibly outdo it, especially given the news that Fallon (guitarist/back-up vocals) had left the group. Well, I was dead wrong. Not only did Kittie outdo themselves 700 times over, they went borderline death metal on us (similar to Slipknot's "Iowa" that year). The sloppiness "Spit" maintained is gone as well as the raw musicianship.
Morgan Lander is by far the best female singer ever. Instead of that annoying 11-year-old girl scream, she uses dry-lung vocal-distortion (an incredibly loud death metal growl). She can really sing too ("Safe" "In Winter"). I love her. Can't wait to see if her voice develops any more. As for guitar-riffs, they are no doubt the heaviest ever. I always found it amazing that Fear Factory could sound so heavy with just one guitarist, but since Morgan also does vocals this is more amazing. Her Meshuggah-style-riffs attack you like a dozen angry werewolves. You need only check out songs like "Mouthful Of Poison" "Severed" and "No Name" to understand. How she can play like this and sing at the same time is quite amazing as well.
Talena (although I'm not sure she's even in the band anymore) is the heard loud and clear. Her bass can be mistaken for the drums though. Check out the intro to "Severed".
Mercedes Lander is a great drummer, but she isn't quite as good as she was on "Spit". She noticeably uses double-bass drums more often though.
The music is so heavy at times that it hurts, and who else can pull that off better. "Mouthful Of Poison" has got to one of the loudest songs I've ever heard. It is true that most of the other songs have the same sound to it as well, but it is so intense it can't bother you. There is also lots of melody in it, so you can't use that sissy comment "All they do is scream," at all.
Plus, they experiment well. "Run Like Hell" is by far the best cover song I've ever heard, although it doesn't exactly fit with the rest of the album. Just read the lyrics from the original and check out the vocals and understand. Plus, "Safe" has a 3-minute piano interlude giving it a creepy vibe. Remember the organ-instrumental "Immortal" from "Spit"? Well, they need to try something else. The track gets really heavy at the end when the crashing guitars hammer you down. Pure innovation. People may be turned off by its extremely soft approach, but you need to just wait for things to develop.
The two main standouts on the album are "In Winter" and the 10-minute-plus sludgefest "Pink Lemonade". "In Winter" has the same type of sound as "Charlotte", just heavier and with hella better screams. It doesn't capture the same haunting melody as "Charlotte" did however, but no less great. "Pink Lemonade" is the haunting, quite underrated closer. It takes time to develop, but it's slow, smashing guitar-riffs make you wish all metal albums would end this good. Yeah, people have been put off by its length and slow speed, but I completely disagree.
I love this band to death and I will stand by them until they are gone. This is the real deal folks. You tell me Pantera or Vixen is heavier, I die laughing (no offense to Pantera. NONE!!). This is the heaviest release of 2001 along with Slayer's "God Hates Us All" and Slipknot's "Iowa". Please check this masterpiece a look. It's beyond worth it. peace...
Standouts: Everyone of them, aforementioned the most worthy of title.
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Par LRFious - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is my favorite Kittie album. The song "Mouthful of Poison" is arguably their best song. This is the type of album that grows on you with time. I don't like "Pink Lemonade" much because it builds too slowly after the onslaught of "No Name." I tend listen to this CD alone in my car rather than as background music.
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HASH(0x9c455f24) étoiles sur 5 Best Kittie Album, maybe one of the greatest Albums ever 9 avril 2008
Par Antonius II - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Recent Kittie fan here blown away by what I'm hearing. I'm a child of the 80's and 90's so I missed out on the Nu-Metal trend as I've been focusing on raising a family and progressing my career. Thanks to Youtube and Myspace I've come across some new stuff particularily Kittie and Otep. As a guy who always believed Nirvana was the last great rock group, I'm pleasantly surprised to say there's still some innovation in the hard rock genre, and Kittie has contributed quite nicely. I never thought I could listen to guttural style singing, but the way Morgan combines it with her very feminine melodic voice, I've become quite fond of it. Listening to her range on "What I always Wanted" actually makes my hair stand up on end. I'm also enjoying the lyrics, and can honestly say if I had a daughter, I'd hope she'd listen to this stuff as opposed to what most teenage girls are listening to today aka Avril and Brittany. My hope is to someday see a death match betwen Avril Lavigne and Mercedes Landers.
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