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  • CD (5 novembre 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: L.M.l.R (Elle Aime l'Air)
  • ASIN : B00872S5LE
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Disque : 1

  1. Shock
  2. Shame
  3. Hungry
  4. Annie Told Me
  5. Icy Red
  6. New York Times
  7. State Of The Heart
  8. My Love Stops Here
  9. Cries And Whispers
  10. Night By Night

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Shock, cinquième album studio du groupe The Motels est sorti en 1985. Les titres les plus connus sont "Cries and Whispers" et "Shame", qui raconte une histoire poignante de rupture accompagnée par de magnifiques harmonies vocales et un motif au piano ultra-catchy.

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Avec cet album, the motels a fait ce qu'il y a de bon avec shame qui est excellent je le recommande vivement.
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HASH(0x94d64dd4) étoiles sur 5 Paper Sleeve - A touchstone to the past 30 janvier 2013
Par Paul Quinn - Publié sur
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I only ever had this album on tape, as CD's were still $40 in most cities. I really like the album replica paper sleeve packaging. The remaster is very good (keep in mind I only had the cassette tape).
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HASH(0x94bc3018) étoiles sur 5 Finally after a long wait, Shock arrives in a spectacular remastering!! 6 novembre 2012
Par Monty Britton - Publié sur
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Have been anxiously awaiting the release of The Motels Shock on a decent sounding CD (minus all the tape hiss) and Culture Factory came through, FINALLY!! This (to me) is Martha Davis and The Motels at their greatest rockin' best. After this great recording, I would love to hear what they would give us next. What a swan song recording and Culture Factory once again has given The Motels the respect they have long deserved in the music industry (especially for us hungry fans!) with another great sounding remastering effort. This classic has NEVER sounded better to the public before. All the highs, treble, bass and NO HISS!! This recording puts a big smile on my face when I get lost in the sound of this CD. This was worth the long wait. I now have all The Motels that Culture Factory released and this sounds the best (maybe because it is the latest recording from the band). I must finish my review so I can order another copy (one for home and one for my car) because these limited editions won't be around forever...
If you are a fan of The Motels and don't want to plop down nearly a hundred bucks for the first CD issue of this album, grab this one instead. It sounds amazing compared to the flat original. I am definately not disappointed!!
Martha Davis has never sounded better!
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HASH(0x94bc327c) étoiles sur 5 The other reviewer is right. This is "shameful"! 14 novembre 2012
Par Marc Lahn - Publié sur
I was really so happy to see that The Motels SHOCK album, finally re-issued after way too long. even though I do like their earlier efforts better, Shock is a decent 1985 ready album with good catchy material, albeit dressed up in the typical mid 80s fake drums and super gloss. The important thing with albums of this particular era is that the artist in question can rise above the cheesy production style and still write and perform good songs. The Motels are a good example of that. Title track is especially catchy and engaging

But the main reason i was compelled to write a review is because the other reviewer here--cool first name btw--is apparently the only one with "ears" or maybe just not dumbed down by loud MP3 downloads and harsh overly loud mastering of the past 5-7 years. the review does come off annoyed but i don't blame him. he's dead on with this. I mean, you can listen to this CD on possibly a car stereo and be okay with it, but on most players and stereos, it only causes nervousness and fatigue. Moreover, it's too loud to turn up and enjoy. When they do albums like this, it's like they're already too loud when you're listening at low levels. And right, it's like they've just maimed the original recording. And for me, it's rendered this release annoying at best.

Really like the packaging. Shame. Good packaging is important to me and they've done a nice job here. But please, for the sake of honest music oriented people, stop the over compressing and red level EQs on these good albums. Simply start with the original master and let the damn thing breathe a little. There IS something called "Dynamic Range" Good numbers for this important quality in music (which allows music to surprise and wash over the senses nicely) are normally around 10-14. CDs like this have a dynamic range around 5 or 6. And there lies the main issue with why it comes off so loud, off putting and after a few minutes , grating to the human ear. When you look at a wave file for a "mastering" job like this, there are no's just a giant square block of loudness. is that what music is supposed to be?

I read that this label screwed up the Little Robbers album and possibly All Four One. I'll tell you this, if this one here is considered "good" and THOSE are "screwed up"?? I hate to hear them.

Again, you can listen to this CD, but that doesn't make it enjoyable. I think the reviewers calling this spectacular remastering are just conditioned to these recent brutally loud albums.

To each ear his own, I fully appreciate that. But mastering like this is just wrong and insulting to the original music. Like the -one- reviewer said, i also like the remasters from the 90s because even though they were louder they still allowed the music to be music. They incorporated "useful" compression which simply bumped up the overall to give a more full impressive feel. But the stuff that's going on these days isn't like that. It's just harmful and ignorant to the original vibe and tonality of the music.

But go ahead, buy it and enjoy it if you can. but trust me, if someone could give these compression conditioned people an example of quality mastering and dynamic range, there;'s no way they would come out saying something like this really sounds good. But that's how it goes; people's ears get used to things...even if it's a near distorted wall of harsh sound like this.

have fun....
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HASH(0x94bc30fc) étoiles sur 5 Sure, this might be the weakest of the Motels output, but..... 26 septembre 2014
Par J. Bilby - Publié sur
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I'm giving this one 3 stars, and that's a hard one to do since its THE MOTELS and they are one of the most interesting bands to come out of the late 70's - 80's to the present. They were one of the best to showcase the dramatic rock hook in their songs. Any band that went through this period (1980's) had some tough choices to make with all the production and musicianship,(real or fake) and the chaos of the time. This also was a very exciting time in music as people took so many stylistic chances for better or for worst and when SHOCK came out in the middle 80's everybody in music was working with synthesizers and fake drums both overseas and America, but what stands out in this recording is the voice of Martha Davis. Had the material been more even throughout it would be a classic of its time. Choice cuts break through all the keyboard programming, SHAME, SHOCK, ANNIE TOLD ME, CRIES AND WHISPERS & ICY RED, and to a lesser degree a few others on here especially the closer. I have always loved this band, the way it started out, the first two collections paved the way but getting into the 1980's as I said and dealing with producers with a different vision for this band only to make $$, looking back now split it all apart but as with all Motels collections there are so many highlights and a few misteps in song quality but that will not spoil the sum of this great teaming of vocals and musicianship. As a whole I likedthe next Martha Davis project "POLICY" even though it had the same producer, there is a real collaboration between singer, material and production than on SHOCK. For collectors of this great band you have to have SHOCK just for the memories.....One other note, several reviewers talk about the new High Def mastering being overblown, well I also think the bombastic nature(in a good way) of many songs here just make it all over the top anyway and may cause some distortion in the frequency range when its to loud in spots, I'm not a pro at this but I can tell what i hear, sure its a bit loud in spots but I don't think its half as bad as some make it to be, the songs on here I truly like sound fine and make things even more dramatic...
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HASH(0x94bc37ec) étoiles sur 5 Going Into Shock 20 juillet 2013
Par Tim Brough - Publié sur
The final Motels album of the 80's was also their slickest. There were still plenty of great songs and Martha Davis' amazing voice. But "Shock" is also loaded up with drum-machines and very dated sounding synths. There's very little organic sounding to the album. That doesn't mean the songs are forgettable, there are a few that rank with the band's best. The top 40 single "Shame," the dance ready title track, and "Icy Red," which could have given the late 80's Heart a run for their money. But for my money, Martha's solo album, "Policy," was a better album.

Now onto the reissue itself. Culture Factory is doing a service by getting many of these out of print albums back onto the market. But like so many of the reissues of older albums, they lift the volume well past what it needed to be. They did the same to The Romantics' debut. I don't find the volume to be anywhere near the tragedy a few of the other reviewers here have noted. If you were never able to procure a copy of this in its limited release long ago, or the BGO release, this version of "Shock" will do just fine. Get it before it goes out of print, too.
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