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  • Cassette (8 août 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00004VW39
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Depuis son départ de JUDAS, Rob aura traversé une décennie à tenter de garder sa légitimité et son statut de "God of Metal" aux travers de divers formations. Il faut pourtant reconnaitre que malgré tout le crédit que la grande famille du Metal continuait de lui accorder, Halford ne parvint jamais complêtement à maintenir la même attention qu'au sein du PRIEST.
Désireux, semble-t-il, de renouer avec son glorieux passé, le chanteur réorienta sa musique vers des contrées plus "Classiquement" Metal. Inutile de dire que les fans anciens ne risqueraient pas de faire la fine bouche. Très solide, cet album (à l'image de sa jacket et de ses paroles) est aussi un appel du cick en direction de ses ex camarades de jeu .Ce ne sera pas pour tout de suite, mais les fans commencent à y (re)croire .Ce disque n'est donc pas une révolution, mais bien une résurrection. Puissance et belles mélodies jallonent ce dernier, et seule l'option "voix de méchant très machiste" laisse deviner que "Résurrection" est bien du Heavy des années 2000. Personnellement, cet aspect un peu manièré d'Halford ne me séduit pas totalement. C'est le seul bémol. 16,5/20
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Après ses aventures avec Fight et Two, le chanteur de Judas Priest revient au Heavy Metal plus traditionnel avec des musiciens de premier ordre et çà déménage ! Resurrection annonce la couleur et la suite assure un max ! Made In Hell / Night Fall / Locked And Loaded / Cyberworld / Saviour et au dessus de la mèlée : Silent Screams, qui résume tout ce qu'est le métal. Ecoutez cette fausse ballade en entier et vous comprendrez ce que je veux dire. La prestation vocale d'Halford est en outre à la hauteur de Painkiller. Seul bémol, un ou deux morceaux un peu en dessous notamment Twist.
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Par Un client le 9 juillet 2002
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On le croyait perdu à jamais dans les dédales de l'enfer du métal...Hé bien, non !
C'est bel et bien de résurrection dont il faut parler.
Rob a su -enfin- amorcer son retour en s'entourant de musiciens bien huilés, dignes du Metal God qu'ils servent! Dans la meilleure veine des Priest des grands jours.
A ne manquer sous aucun prétexte.
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Metal en fusion, guitares son métal, basse avec cordes métalliques...bref vous l'avez compris ce retour de Bob est gagnant. Achetez-le vite,courrez l'acheter, sortez votre cb et feu.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MIGHT NOT BE WHAT IS ADVERTISED, BE WARNED!!!! But the album is still EPIC!!!! 15 septembre 2015
Par Jacob Koehler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Ok, the album is incredible. But after trying to buy it twice I found out that the sellers through Amazon didn't actually have the re-mastered version advertised. So, refunds had to happen and I had to go to Halford's website directly. So, if you pick this up then be warned, this might not be what you are looking for.

That all aside, this is one of the best releases of the 21st century. I got to see this band live before the album hit the market in the late summer of 2000 and man, was it good. Right from the get-go you can tell that Rob is happy to be back on familiar ground. Guitarists Pat Lachman and Mike Chlasciak are a great team and good writing foils for Rob and former Riot drummer Bobby Jarzombek is a machine. Doing what he did with Bruce Dickinson, Producer and Co-writer Roy Z helps he band craft a very solid record from start to finish (and a duet with Bruce Dickinson on "The One You Love To Hate" on it to boot!!!!). The bonus cuts (if you can find that version) could have easily fit right in the original album's running order but were taken off for some reason. To be honest, I feel that the inclusion of those tracks on the follow-up album would have served "Crucible" much better, but they don't leave those choices up to me. Still, this album is up there with anything Judas Priest ever did so do yourself a favor and get it and love it forever.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Oh yes! 14 février 2010
Par Alexa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Resurrection is actually one of my favorite albums. I've loved it since I first heard it, back when it first came out. So when I discovered this remastered version with bonus tracks, I had to have it.

It didn't disappoint me, although so far I do think I like the original songs more than the bonus tracks. The bonus tracks sound a little more like the songs on "Crucible" to me, a bit more "wall of noise"-y, especially "Fetish," which not incidentally is the only one of the bonus tracks I honestly dislike. I like the cleaner, more classic sound better than I like the noisier stuff.

That said, the bonus tracks are definitely good, especially "Hell's Last Survivor," which has great lyrics. All of the delightfully fun badassness of the album's original lyrics are very much in evidence in that song and in another track, God Bringer of Death, as well.

As far as the way the remastering sounds, I never noticed the original sounding murky, so I don't know that everyone needs this immediately. However, I have noticed that I can more clearly understand what exactly Rob is howling when he screams. Which is a good thing.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Judas is Rising 28 octobre 2010
Par Tim Brough - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
When Rob Halford decided to mount his Harley and leather up for a return to metal, he did so in grand fashion. "Resurrection" roars in on a glorious racket of double-time drums, twin lead guitars and defiant lyrics. Sound familiar? If you nodded and emphatic Yes to that question, you'll be wild for this CD. It was the follow-up to his Nine Inch Nails collaborative project, Two (which I have to admit, I really liked, if the public otherwise ignored it).

Rob's nom-de-band works his own personality and well known past to great effect. The title track opens the disc with his demonic operatic howl multi-tracked, just in case you were wondering what direction "Resurrection" was going to head in. Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden does a bit of reinforcement by co-writing and sing with Rob on "The One You Love To Hate." There's even an ode to moderation in the surprising "Slow Down."

For the most part, though, Halford the band is delivering the goods you'd expect. I picked up the remastered version, which sounds killer. It also sounds like it was recorded in 2010 as opposed to the original release of 2000. "Resurrection" has held up really well over a decade, and having wrestled the rights to his non-Priest catalog back, it now comes direct from Rob's own private MetalGod records (IE: it's his business now, as opposed to a monolithic record company). Worth getting again for that reason alone, and worth getting the first time if you passed on it at the turn of the century.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Halford - Back To His Roots 16 décembre 2010
Par Steven Sly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
After his exit from Judas Priest in the mid 90's Rob Halford experimented with different forms of modern metal with his band's Two and Fight nether of which captured a large audience. At the beginning of the Millennium he decided to go back to his roots and form a band after his own name with music very similar to what he was famous for in Judas Priest. The Halford band is a twin guitar led Juggernaut that features all of the things that have made Halford the singer one of the gods of heavy metal. This is a very strong album from start to finish with Rob spewing one of his most passionate performances ever recorded on disc. It is obvious that he was out to try to prove something with this album and for the most part he succeeds. The first two tracks "Resurrection" and "Made In Hell" kick the album off with full momentum. Other standout tracks include "Silent Screams", "The One You Love To Hate", "Cyberworld", and "Savior". Halford does fall into heavy metal cliché's from time to time on the album which is to be expected with this genre of music, but overall this is an excellent slice of prime metal from one of the all time vocal masters.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 He lives. 9 août 2000
Par John Powell III - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
OK, I have to admit that I have not fully listenend to the CD as of yet, but as I was passing through, I noticed that no one had posted a review as of yet. I can't have that, as it may influence some of the faint at heart to pass this one by, even though they are aware of the power of the Ripper.
Rob's voice in this album, is slightly changed. He can still hit that blasting, super-high note, and keep it there, but his endurance at that level is questionable, as he does not maintain it for lengthy periods such as, for example, Victim of Changes off of the Sad Wings of Destiny CD. However, his control is superb, and can only be attained by a person with his years of experience. So, in result, what is given us is a production liberally sprinkled with the powerful stuff we have become accustomed to, but not all along, but used as accent, with authority. It tends to deliver a better song in the end, but that is just my opinion.
The initial track is a wonderful example of what I describe. On Resurrection, the title track, a mellowish keyboard intro is followed by an almost crooning Rob, who relaxes, then comes back repeating the line at POWER. I simply felt floored.
If you are, or ever were, a Judas Priest fan, I think you really might consider just diving into this. You will be pleasantly rewarded.
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