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  • CD (15 avril 1997)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000000GS5
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I just had to clear up some things... 5 juin 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
First, if you're on this page, you're interested, so go ahead and pick up Sevendust's self-titled debut. It's good.
Second off, I just had to clear some things up. Scroll down a ways, until you get to the one out-of-place review here briliantly entitled "LAME!!!!!" with five, count 'em, five exclamation points to really drive this person's pointless review home.
Now, everyone's entitled to their own opinion, and I understand that, and I wouldn't have even written a thing about it if it didn't appear to be a totally WORTHLESS jumble of whining. From the top, the cd is good and solid, and actually has music behind the thrash you think it may just be. This certain reviewer from can you find Arthur? (whatever that is supposed to try and mean beats the crap out of me - probably just more pointless junk) starts off by complaining to all of us how he/she felt pressured to buy the cd because "everyone just loves [it]". And then they whined because it was a waste of their money. Heads up for you: they're reviews on the page of a product you must be interested enough in already (you're viewing the page to buy it, after all) and not people making you do anything. Then they go on to say it is just like every other band they've heard other than their certain select favorites. Well, if you hate all other bands other than Pink Floyd and Nirvana and such, why would you waste your money on anything else? Just stay at home and listen to them all you want and don't try and steer people interested in this hard-working band away.
Just my opinions on the matter. Buy it if you want, don't if you don't want to.
Peace out.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A dazzling, somewhat self-destructive album. 17 janvier 2005
Par Brett Corkins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The reason I said "self-destructive album" in the title is because it would be extremely hard to top this album, they eventually did with Home though. From beginning to end this is a brutal hard rock CD. The opposing vocals are nice to listen to also, Lajon does a marvelous job of singing/yelling while Clint does a splendid job of screaming his heart out.

Every song on this CD is equally as heavy as the next, but there's a certain deepness that goes into each song, this has become a rather trademark quality to Sevendust. As light or radio friendly as they have become in recent years, this will always stand out as a Top 10 CD of the 1990s for me. I say that because of one track, My Ruin. This is the reason I started liking Sevendust. The lyrics, the instrumentation, everything about this song is absolutely perfect (in my opinion). Another song that is great is Speak. This song is amazing. I love the chorus to this song, I think it's Clint that is yelling the whole thing, all I know is that it is very nice. Prayer is one of those heavy yet touching at the same time kind of songs. I don't know who this song is about, but the emotion is there and it's very evident. Black, as everybody knows, is an amazing anthem for the ages. The guitar work is very catchy, but not in a pop rock kind of way, but catchy in a hard rock kind of way.

A few of the best songs are Black, B*tch, Terminator, My Ruin, Speak, and Prayer. I definitely reccommend everybody check this out, just to see how much better hard rock was back in the 90s than it is nowadays.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Where it all started... 13 décembre 2003
Par D.W. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Truth be told, this isn't really their best album, as some would say. I say this because it lacks the diversity embraced in the other three albums. For instance, every song on Animosity sounds very different from the next, whereas you could easily confuse songs like "Terminator" and "Face" on this album. However, this is still an awesome mind-blowing experience that you owe it to yourself to pick up, and is defintely much better than their second outing Home. And it's a shame that bands like Godsmack and Staind, mediocre acts who started out opening for bands like Sevendust can sell more records but I'll be the first to point out that the music industry is pretty screwed up. Oh well, let's focus on the music, shall we?
While I may be tempted to dissect each and every song, I think I'll refrain from doing so. Like I said, some of the songs on here sound quite a bit like each other, but they're all pretty darn good. Opener "Black" is obviously the stand-out track and was the first single released on this album. Mixing catchy riffs, clever lyrics and bass with one hell of a pulse, it's no surprise that this is one of my favorite Sevendust songs.
"B*tch" is a great follow-up, and the subject material for that song is a little different from what most Sevendust fans would expect (though they sorta re-hashed this subject with "Enemy"). And then come the rapcore(ish) songs. Don't let me make this sound like a bad thing, Sevendust is NO Limp Bizkit, but the rapping can be irritating at times. But "Terminator", "Face" and "Speak" are all great, underrated songs that deserve more credit than they get. "Prayer" is probably my second favorite. This song is the only one that resembles Sevendust's more recent material. It's a nice, jazzy almost ballad-like tune with some surprisingly good lyrics. Lajon also sings his heart out here. "Will It Bleed" is also another favorite. While the tune may be repetitive, it has a brilliant finale, with guitarists John and Clint performing beautiful solos. And if I didn't know any better, I'd say that song is the absolute best of Connolly and Lowery's entire musical career. "My Ruin" acts as a bluesy ballad, actually one of the first Sevendust songs written (this appeared on the Mortal Kombat soundtrack when the band was first signed as Crawlspace). "Born to Die" is reminiscent of Pantera, incorporating thrash into the soulful atmosphere the band presents in the chorus.
Look folks, the point is, this album is better than anything else that you hear on the radio. Forget Godsmack and Disturbed, Sevendust eats them ALL for breakfast, and if it weren't for them, those bands probably wouldn't be so popular anyways. I for one am not too big on the numetal scene, I'm more into death metal, black metal, and power metal. But let me tell you one thing, no matter what music I'm listening to in 20 or 30 years from now, Sevendust's music will ALWAYS remain in my heart. This band has changed my life in such a positive way. They're not Satanic, they don't do the fake growl, and they've produced four outstanding albums. Do yourself a HUGE favor, and check them out now!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Beginning Of A Beautiful Thing 18 décembre 2004
Par Andy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Since Sevendust splashed onto the scene in 1997, they have become a juggernaut in the hard-rock scene. Probably the most successful band out there that got to where they are simply by word of mouth, and by their incredible, captivating live show (a must see). You really have to respect Sevendust for what they do. Each album they come out with it just as hard-driving and intense as it is passionate and beautiful, and this, their self-titled debut, is no exception. This is the album that got me started on Sevendust, so maybe my view is a bit different than those who are just getting into them with more recent albums, afterall, this effort is a little more raw than the newer material. However, it still captures the pure essence of what Sevendust are, and is larger than life with some of it's songs. Two songs that represent this album the best: "Black" and "Bitch." "Black" is simply and undeniably an addictive anthem, a classic in Sevendust's song book. It's pretty heavy and doesn't really let up, but frontman Lajon Witherspoon's soulful vocals just soar over the music. He is easily one of the most passionate and intense frontman in the genre, and this one song manages to showcase what he's all about. "Bitch" is more in the melodic vein, and goes from loud-to-soft and revolves around a topic everyone -- male or female -- can relate to. These two songs alone give you an idea of what Sevendust is about. Another worthy mention is "Prayer," a song Lajon wrote about his brother (who was, sadly enough, murdered years after this song), which puts the most melodic and sensitive side of Sevendust on display (but still rocks out in the chorus). "Terminator," and the closing track "Born To Die" are two of the heaviest moments here, and remain true classics. In fact, this whole album is a hit. I've listened to it so many times over the years and it still holds up just as well as their other material. Although they would dip into more melody on later releases, this album gives you a pretty good sense of what Sevendust are all about, as it is truly a "live" album. If you love Sevendust, but don't own this album, or if you just love heavy-metal or hard-rock, you will love this album. It's hard not to.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Top notch metal with real passion and style 18 septembre 1998
Par Kelly T. Lockhart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
From their roots as Crawlspace practicing at the Wreck Room in Atlanta, this band has matured and become one of the hottest and most talked about metal bands to come on the scene in years.
Start with searing lead vocals, and in an incredibly heavy and tight drum and bass interaction, and then throw in a dual-edged sonic guitar assualt, and you have one of the strongest metal bands I have heard since Stuck Mojo and Rage Against The Machine first came on the scene back in the early nineties.
To see them know touring around the world with metal heavyweight Ozzy Osbourne and gaining fans at every show, it makes me proud to have seen them at their start back in the glory days to the Wreck Room (since closed after being sacrificed to the greed of the Olympics).
This album is a must have for any fan of solid, straight ahead metal. If you enjoy Tool, Limp Bizkit, Korn, or Rage Against the Machine, you will seriously enjoy Sevendust.
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