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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (24 août 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Frontiers Records
  • ASIN : B0016IV2G6
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Format: CD
Michael Kiske reprend ici tous les titres qu'il avait composés du temps de Helloween en version acoustique.

Si les amateurs du heavy speed des citrouilles pourront passer leur chemin sans regret, je conseille néanmoins cet album aux personnes qui n'ont jamais entendu les chansons originales ou pour qui Kiske évoque avant tout une tumeur bénigne. Elles ne resteront sûrement pas insensibles à cette voix qui, metal ou pas, est sans doute une des plus belles qu'il leur sera donné d'entendre.
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et bien je connaissais bien mr kiske et sa voix sublime par le biais d'helloween bien sur et là je le redécouvre dans cette revisite d'ancien titres d'helloween justement mais entièrement en acoustique ou presque, pour un résultat superbe.c'est un album a posséder pour tous les amoureux de bonnes musiques tout simplement. la voix de michael est toujours hallucinante de beauté, c'est marrant mais à l'écoute de ce disque j'ai pensé à du bon vieux uriah heep période david byron quand il créaient des morceaux semi-acoustique du style lady in black par exemple. et puis ce qui est bizarre c'est que par moment l'on entend de l'orgue style hammond et personnes n'est crédité pour cela. bref voilà un disque pour enrichir votre collection, si ce n'est déjà fait.
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Un album qui démontre le talent intact de la voie de Monsieur kiske.Pour moi c'est un grand moment de musique tout simplement.
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Fan de metal passez votre chemin , c'est de l'accoustique pur et dur !!!
Mais cet album est bon ... voire très bon !!!
Kiske est au-dessus de tout le monde dans cet album !!!
Variété française : "ALLEZ VOUS COUCHEZ !!!!"
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing vocals and interesting arrangements 13 mai 2008
Par John - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
With his fifth solo album "Past In Different Ways", Michael Kiske revisits the songs written by him during his Helloween years (1987-1993). Tracks from Keeper Of The Seven Keys I&II, Pink Bubbles Go Ape and Chameleon are re-arranged acoustically. Even though Kiske's vocals are the main attraction of this release, several tracks manage to sound quite powerful and interesting, in spite the fact they are performed in an acoustic manner.

Kiske has received constant criticism concerning his departure from Helloween, his detachment from metal music and his negative comments about the genre. With this album (which was an idea put forth by Frontiers Records) Michael tries to show that "...I don't reject my past just because I'm a different person today, and on the other hand it can maybe give people who were part of that past a different view at those songs".

Past In Different Ways is arranged in a way that showcases Kiske's incredible vocals. The songs have not been completely changed as the main riffs and melodies are still there. Some passages and solos have been altered, several songs are performed in a different key but most tracks are easily recognizable. Besides the acoustic guitars, which dominate the instrumental portion of the album; violins, trombones, trumpets, piano and accordion are used to enrich the sound of some of the songs.

There are several notable songs to be found here, but the best of the bunch are probably the trio of opening tracks: "You Always Walk Alone", "We Got The Right" and "I Believe". All three tracks have strong melodies, tempo changes, well executed acoustic leads and solos, while they also provide a powerful and epic atmosphere. Other songs worth mentioning are the wonderfully altered "Kids Of The Century", the up-beat "When The Sinner" and the beautiful ballad "Your Turn".

Kiske's voice truly shines on this recording. He has lost very little of the vocal power he possessed during the Helloween days and his voice sounds more mature, emotional and controlled. His singing changes from lower and middle range melodies to crystal clear high pitched belts, complemented by unwavering vibrato. On most tracks Kiske sounds better or exactly the same as he did 20 years ago. Goosebumps guaranteed....

The only downside of this release is the simple arrangement of some songs. 'A Little Time' sounds groovy but too plain, 'Going Home' has lost its main melody, while 'Longing' hasn't changed that much. On the other hand, this is a record with the main focus on the vocals and not the complexity of the songs, so I might be nit-picking here.

The Japanese edition of the album includes a brilliant cover of "How The Web Was Woven" (Elvis), where Kiske's vocal abilities surpass all expectations.

This album will be definitely bashed by many and appreciated by few. People who only enjoy heavier sounds and despise acoustic rock will definitely hate this. Most hard core Helloween fans will consider this album a heresy, while power metal fans will flame Kiske for not singing metal. In my opinion every artist is free to do whatever he pleases with his music and Michael is free to sing acoustic rock, aor, pop or whatever else satisfies him. People waiting for his return to metal can listen to his guest appearances on the new Avantasia release The Scarecrow and on the forthcoming Revolution Renaissance - New Era album.

"Past In Different Ways" is definitely worth attention. It is a perfectly produced album, complemented by an amazing acoustic atmosphere. Any fan of good vocals, acoustic arrangements, nice melodies and Kiske's songwriting will love this album.

(Note to Helloween fans: Give this album a chance, these are just different versions of the old songs and Kiske still has that amazing voice)
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Kiske Rules! 22 avril 2010
Par James - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Let's face it the music is great, but what makes these tracks awesome is the performance from Michael Kiske. Enjoy!
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Possibly one of the most un-needed albums ever made.... 2 août 2014
Par Deimos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album was seriously not needed at all. He even made Helloween classics sound boring and uninspired. I love Kiske's voice but since leaving Helloween he has not released anything I find even remotely interesting or worth listening to. I mean go ahead and make the boring music you want but don't drag Helloween into it.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Could been better.. 28 juillet 2008
Par Morten Gjermundsen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When i first heard about Mr.Kiske's plan to re-record & release this,i wasnt quite sure what to think.
Im really more into his new style,so why would i want to hear him do this "helloween unplugged" thingy.Its really more about the compositions and not the sounds.I generally think if a song is good it will be good,no matter if its played electric or acoustic..Anway..
The first 3 songs starts off pretty good,but i wish they wouldnt put those trumpet parts in "We Got The Right"..It doesnt do the song any good and it would be much better off with out it..I also feel that these songs are not really stripped down enough..Please slow down...These songs dont need all those riffs..
Track 4 is my all time favorite helloween song and i wasnt sure what to think before i heard it..I generally dont like remakes of already favorites of mine.If its already perfect,why change it?
But after giving it a spin..Oh boy..Major disappointment..
Why?!?!Kiske?Why?

I wish i never heard this.It makes me sad.All the emotional aspects put into the original are gone.The vocals sounds forced and its like the song is played faster as well?Arg..This is not good Mister.. :(

Your turn - is really nice in the verses,the pre-chorus is not,mainly because of the harmony vocals but also because of the lack of power of the band.It actually sound a bit boring..
But the great chorus makes up for it.:)
Some parts of the solo are weak too..But the last part of the song,from the part "The world is crying.." it all sounds nice again.

Kids Of A Century - WOW!This starts off really interesting,on this one Kiske has actually manage to create music of out this rather noisy classic.Also,the way this has been arranged proves that not every note has to be picked like the original to sound good.Like the intro section.Just a few powerful strums are enough.I wish they could have done that on the first 3 tracks as well,as they sound a bit fast and forced..Anyway,back to the song again.Its not the most interesting solo i have heard but the instrumental section is still good. :)
Kiske comes back in again,with powerful vocals.This will be one of my favorites from this album..

In The Night - Is another song that sounds a lot better now than on the original cd,it was never a favorite of mine and even if this is better i dont think this re-arrangement will change anything,but the guitar solo is good. :)

Going Home - Has been turned into a serious rocker.Really cool stuff.The way it kicks off and then slows down and builds up again.Really great!More please.:) The instrumental section is very nice as well,but why all the shredding? Sounds like yngwie was there..I think it would sound better without it.Anyway..Overall great work!

A little time - Not much to say here,its not really my cup of coffee..

When The Sinner - Yes,this is good!Very cool sounds used and the playing and production here is really nice as well.The bass in the verse,super cool!!!Awesome performance by Kiske and his band.

The new song is a really nice composition and its well preformed.The instrumental sections are really beautiful and heart touching.:)

Its really hard for me to rate this album,since im really a big fan.
People should really not compare this to the original helloween albums,but i can understand those who will,since some of these songs really are "classics" from the 80's..We cant really expect people to just forget about them and those times..Its a good album but some of the songs sounded a bit forced,meaning that some of them are played too fast,it also sound like they didnt really enjoy remaking them all..
Its like giving Wagner a ukulele and tell him to preform music from The Ring..

After listening to "Longing" I really wanted to give this album 1 star.But after giving the rest of the songs a few spins i changed my mind.If this song had been left out i would give it 4 stars..But,its possible to skip it using the remote.I think there is something good here for both new and old fans.Im not sure if i would give it a 4 because im a "fan"..I wish i could give it 5,but i landed on a 3 and i think 3 is fair..
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Elegant Emotionally Inspired re-worked songs. 19 mai 2008
Par Ivan G. Gonzalez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Past...In Different ways...and what a past it was for kiske. Finally we observe that instead of dislike to its former years, he actually makes peace with it making it part of his solo work.

Voice-wise? you may ask, perhaps. His voice in this record is a demostration that despite what some thought by his older solo albums or even some collaborations, He is able to sing in all kind of tones, from low-mid-high pitch vocals equall or in some cases better than in his Helloween years. That is due to the fact of his voice been more mature and his gain of experience in vocal techniques. He is able to control much more elegantly his voice specially when on high notes. Its a remark that Kiske can sing with a beautiful elegant voice in almost any kind of music.

Musically, the album has a bit of everything. Some songs might sound almost the same, except for the fact no E-Guitars are used, and some solo/fills are changed. Some are way different making the songs almost fresh new. Some arrangements are so wonderful, and the fact that some mantain the epic sound, is quite impresive. The start of the CD really blows your mind away, for me i would've never expect it that way. The Last song "Different Ways", for me, its one of the better tracks, as it shows how his writting and current works differ from that of his earlier years.

This is an album that I have no problems hearing over and over again. And the fact we get to listen to the Kiske-Helloween years with better sound-voice-arrangements quality is a must. In my opinion maybe a song or two needed a bit of a bigger change, but that depends on taste.

If you're really waiting for Helloween-alike sound, STOP! This are Michael Kiske's songs; some even before his helloween years, re-arranged in acoustic and with some keys been changed to fit the acoustic sound.
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