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Primal Fear CD, Import

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  • CD (20 janvier 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN : B000005ZDM
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. Primal Fear
  2. Chainbreaker
  3. Silver & Gold
  4. Promised Land
  5. Formula One
  6. Dollars
  7. Nine Lives
  8. Tears Of Rage
  9. Speedking
  10. Battalions Of Hate
  11. Running In The Dust
  12. Thunderdome

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Par Blaster of Muppets TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 26 janvier 2009
Format: CD
Quelle surprise ce premier album de Primal Fear! Je me souviens me l'être procuré à sa sortie après avoir lu une critique positive qui avait titillé ma curiosité.
Car, à vrai dire, je n'attendais pas grand chose de cette association Matt Sinner (Sinner... forcément!) / Ralph Scheepers dont on avait pas trop de nouvelles depuis son départ de Gamma Ray (à part quelques apparitions ici et là). Pas très emballé par la pochette non plus... Mais bon, le journaliste m'avait convaincu, j'allais donc y jeter une oreille... Et ben, je suis reparti du magasin avec le CD!

C'est vrai, Sinner et Scheepers n'inventent rien. Mais leur métal aux influences Judas Priest/Accept est tellement bien fait qu'on se laisse avoir avec plaisir! Ce premier essai (d'une longue série, ils en sont à 7 aujourd'hui) est une succession de hits: "Chainbreaker", "Silver and Gold", "Running in the Dust", "Battalions of Hate"... La plupart de ces titres sont encore joués par le groupe en concert, 10 ans après! De véritables petites perles de métal, bien efficaces, qui vous feront headbanger sans trop de difficultés. La reprise de "Speedking" de Deep Purple est bien musclée et quelques autres chansons comme "Promised Land" ou "Thunderdome", en guise de conclusion, maintiennent le niveau à une bien belle hauteur! Certes, selon ses goûts, on trouvera 1 ou 2 choses à redire... En ce qui me concerne, c'est le refrain de "Formula One" qui ne passe pas... un peu concon...

Bref, ce premier Primal Fear est d'une efficacité redoutable.
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Primal Fear est un groupe monté par Ralph Scheepers et Matt Sinners.

Ce premier album sorti en 1998 est un concentré de pur Heavy-Metal.
Avec des influences évidentes (Judas Priest et Accept) Primal Fear nous donne une sacrée leçon de
Heavy-Metal.

Chainbreaker, après une courte intro, déclenche les hostilités, c'est très puissant, très
méchant.
Scheepers, dans un style Halford période Painkiller, détruit tout sur son passage.

Le groupe propose des compos variées: le refrain de Silver and Gold, Tears Of Rage toute en ambiance.
Battalions Of Hate extrêmement heavy. Speed King est une reprise de Deep Purple mais beaucoup plus métallique.

Primal Fear ne se démarque pas par son originalité (peu importe après tout...) mais éxécute un Heavy-Metal avec un savoir-faire impressionnant et une sacrée rage.
L'album bénéficie d'une production impeccable et puissante.
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HASH(0x8c2d72dc) étoiles sur 5 One of the best Heavy Metal albums around 5 septembre 2004
Par Mr. S. J. Shuttlewood - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Ahh.. just thinking about when I got this album a few years ago makes me smile.

Primal Fear is a german metal band formed after Ralf Scheepers and Mat Sinner played a few covers of Judas Priest songs at a concert for a bit of fun, and had so much fun that they decided to form a Metal band in the vein of Judas Priest. Well, this is what I heard anyway!!

This album starts off with a little intro to set the atmosphere, and then suddenly a huge riff comes in for the song Chainbreaker, one of the many highlights on the album.

This metal isn't original, but the vocal melodies are great with catchy choruses and the production is SUPERB. This album really has a 'wall of guitars' sound to it. It really makes you want to headbang!

Other highlights on the album are Battalions of Hate and Running in the Dust.

If you love the basic DNA of heavy metal, ie. Huge guitars, amazing vocals, and good catchy over the top songs, then you should love Primal Fear.
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HASH(0x8c2d7330) étoiles sur 5 4.5 stars - These German commandos know the term METAL 26 mai 2004
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Primal Fear(1998). Primal Fear's debut album.
In this modern day age of commercialized, nu metal garbage like Limp Bizkit, Korn, and Linkin Park, it's nice to see a band be able to deliver a classic heavy metal sound to a new generation of headbangers. Primal Fear is that band, and they're one of the first to make me aware of the modern European heavy metal scene. Primal Fear was founded by bassist Mat Sinner and former Gamma Ray vocalist Ralf Scheeprs. If one thing is to be noted, you can tell that the band must've played Judas Priest's Painkiller album for hours before they rehearsed, because the band borrows HEAVILY from their British heavy metal heroes in both sound and style. Of course, there are the obvious Gamma Ray, Helloween, and Accept influences in their sound as well, but since those bands themselves sound a lot like Judas Priest, you can tell where the main inspiration lies. The drumming on here greatly resembles Scott Travis's drumming, and the "twin guitar attack" of Tom Naumann and Stephan Leibing sounds a lot like the Glen Tipton/K.K. Downing guitar duo. Most notably however, is how Ralf Scheepers sounds AMAZINGLY just like Rob Halford. While both have slightly different low ranges, the glass-shattering screams are nearly identical. In fact, I can't help but wonder what Judas Priest would've sounded like with Ralf as the replacement vocalist instead of Tim Ripper Owens, considering some of the screams on this disc.
So since the comparisons between PF and JP are clearly evident, why am I not complaining about this band who is seemingly cloning Priest's style?
Because quite simply, THEY DO IT SO WELL! Ever since the 80s, heavy metal bands all over the place were trying to recapture the edge and virtuosity of JP, but it wasn't until now that a band actually managed to accurately emulate their heroes. I've seen lots of reviews bashing this band for their "lack of originality" and "non-existent growth" between albums. But maybe it wasn't the band's intention to change their sound. The only purpose they really had in mind was to deliver a solid platter of classic heavy metal to anyone who wants it, and in that area Primal Fear passes with flying colors. They're much better than most generic power metal bands, including the aformentioned Gamma Ray and Helloween. For one, the music is much more memorable due to the fact that Primal Fear uses the same catchy songwriting style of JP, plus the band often approaches the borderline of thrash metal at times. Other people bash on them for their lack of intelligent lyrics and "heavy metal" themed anthems. I say, who cares? Sure, some of the "metal rules" anthems can be cheezy, but that doesn't stop the fact that they're just great songs hear. People care too much about bands having something intelligent to say that they just forget that heavy metal is fun, entertaining music to listen to. Isn't that what heavy metal is all about? The point I'm trying to make is that not all bands have to be original to have talent. As long as they play well at what they're doing, that's all that matters. They aren't just clones of JP, but they do infuse their own energy into the music.
With that out of the way, onto the album. The debut is the first of many scorching metal PF albums. Many Priest fans consider this album as the direction Priest should've taken after Painkiller, instead of Jugulator and Demolition. Of all the PF albums, this one has the most memorable songs on it. Plus, the production is crisp enough to sound good, and just raw enough to keep the heavy edge that the music needs. It starts off with a short intro which breaks into the album's opener 'Chainbreaker', followed by the similar 'Silver & Gold'. Both songs feature excellent guitar work and vocals. The catchy 'Promised Land' changes the pace up a little bit before heading into the speed metal of 'Formula One'. 'Dollars' is a decent slower rocker, though not one of the better slower tracks that PF has done. 'Nine Lives' brings the pace back up a bit, and right back down for the gloomy ballad 'Tears Of Rage'. This song has Ralf using his lower range vocals, so it's definitely a noteworthy track. Right after it is a blazing metal cover of Deep Purple's 'Speed King'. The album finishes off with the three more speedy tracks 'Battalions Of Hate', 'Running in the Dust', and 'Thunderdome'. The former track is one of my favorites, sort of resembling Priest's 'Between The Hammer & The Anvil'.
So will people actually come to like PF's debut album? Well that depends. If you're looking for originality, intelligent lyrics, and anything remotely standing on its own, then look elsewhere because you're not going to enjoy PF. However, if you're the type of heavy metal fan who can't get enough of JP's Painkiller album, or if you just want another good dose of quality heavy metal music, then you will find PF to be right up your alley. RECOMMENDED TO ANYONE WHO LIKES HEAVY METAL.
Other recommendations:
-'Nuclear Fire' by Primal Fear
-'Painkiller' by Judas Priest
-'Resurrection' by Halford
-'Balls To The Wall' by Accept
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HASH(0x8c2d7768) étoiles sur 5 Birth of the Fear! 22 juillet 2015
Par Justin G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Long-running German power metal band Primal Fear made their debut with this self-titled album in 1998. The band was formed by former Gamma Ray vocalist Ralf Scheepers and Sinner bassist Mat Sinner, and at the time featured then-Sinner guitarist Tom Naumann and drummer Klaus Sperling.

With Primal Fear, Scheepers and company put the metal back in power metal. Yes, there are still traces of Gamma Ray and Helloween (Kai Hansen’s impact on the German power metal scene is undeniable, after all), but there’s also a strong Judas Priest and Accept vibe to Primal Fear. It’s heavy. It’s fierce. It’s like a giant, screaming metal eagle soaring through an apocalyptic sky (or maybe just the second coming of Painkiller). The formula is not complicated: pounding rhythms, melodic leads and Ralf Scheepers’ screaming (for vengeance) vocals. And it works. Anthems like “Chainbreaker” and “Battalions of Hate” remain Primal Fear staples, and their cover of Deep Purple’s “Speedking” is simply outstanding.

This was the birth of a new powerhouse in power metal, and one that continues to this day. If you’re already a Primal Fear fan, this debut album is an essential release, and if you’re new to the band it makes for a smart starting point. Either way, if you’re into bands like Gamma Ray, Sinner, Helloween, Brainstorm and Iron Savior, you need some Primal Fear in your life.

Edition Notes: Metal Mind reissued the Primal Fear debut in 2010, giving it a digital remastering and adding the band’s cover of the Accept classic “Breaker” as a bonus track.
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HASH(0x8c2d7b34) étoiles sur 5 Outstanding return to fundamental heavy metal 7 octobre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Remember Judas Priest and Iron Maiden in their primes? This describes the Primal Fear CD. Top-notch songwriting with an even better performance, especially the vocals. If you are a fan of this genre, get this CD.
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HASH(0x8c2d78c4) étoiles sur 5 well douse my applebag with sheer excitement,this rocks!!!!! 13 octobre 2000
Par ballz mahoney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Primal Fear is total Priest worship...Ralf Scheepers obviously kneels at the alter of high priest Halford.This is what modern day Judas Priest should sound like!Screeching gee-tars, pounding drums, and bottom end bass makes my applebag roar.My girlfriend always puts this disc on before we get hot 'n nasty.It gets her in the mood to rock!--Dan the Man.
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