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  • CD (18 janvier 1995)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN : B000002IMK
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Et de 3 !!! Un an après l'excellent "taking over", Overkill est déjà de retour avec son 3e album "under the influence". Alors là autant vous dire que c'est une véritable tuerie. La guitare de Bobby Gustafson est beaucoup plus tranchante que sur l'album précédent, la basse de DD Verni est plus présente et plus claquante, le chant de "Blitz" est encore plus hargneux (moins dans les aigues peut être). A noter également le premier changement de line-up (je vous rassure il y en aura d'autres...), il s'agit du batteur "Rat" Skates qui a été remplacé par "Sid" Falck et croyez moi ce mec assure un max, largement plus précis et carré dans son jeu. La production de cet album est nettement supérieur (plus claire) à celle des 2 précédents albums.
C'est vraiment un album qui déchire dans tout les sens... D'entrée Overkill nous envoie un "shred" en pleine face suivi d'un "never say never" et ça s'enchaîne jusqu'à "drunken wisdom" un titre lourd et lent avec une intro acoustique puis une montée en puissance en terme de lourdeur pour arrivée à une accélération aussi bien au niveau des instruments (les solos sont magnifiques) que du chant pour retomber à nouveau dans la lourdeur et en final acoustique, voilà j'ai à peu près résumé ce titre. On a également le droit à des titres un peu plus "mélodiques" comme "end of the line" avec une rafale de solos, Bobby Gustafson assure vraiment... Attention !!!
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Cadeaux aussi d'anniversaire a mon frére il et heureux d'avoir eu cet ancien album de over kill il est satisfais!
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HASH(0x9c724b1c) étoiles sur 5 Often ignored due to the strange production 12 février 2006
Par Obiturized - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Production isn't everything, and this album proves it, people seem to complain about the production alot...why. I've heard MUCH worse production than this, the production isn't THAT bad!, sometimes good production can ruin an album, if the production is overdone.

Anyways, onto the album, this is Overkills 3rd offering, after surprising everyone with their stellar debate "Feel The Fire", then the best CD they've ever done came second "Taking Over", could they top that? In my opinion, no, but is this and the following 2 albums great? Indeed!, the song writing is a bit different than the previous 2, but still Thrash.

Bobby Blitz must've smoked alot of cigarettes after "Taking Over", because this is where his rasp begins, still uses the melodic kind of vocals though, like on the previous 2, but in spots, he gets really raspy, and would continue this more on the next 2 releases, great vocalist!

Bobby Gustafson is truely a shredder, great riffs, heavy, fast most the time, and catchy as all hell, great solos, an underrated guitarist.

D.D Verni is a great bassist, great bass lines, just listen to the bass solo in "Never Say Never" excellent!

This is the first album containing Sid Flack, who replaces Rat Skates, and the change is obvious, Sid is great though, alot of nice fills and stuff, his work would show better on the next album "The Years of Decay" though.

"Shred" A very strong opener, great opening riff, great riffs all throughout, very catchy too, SHRED!

"Never Say Never" Starts out a bit slower, then moves into a nice mid paced riff, then another nice riff, then comes the great bass solo by D.D!

"Hello From The Gutter" Everyone knows this song, it's their most popular song, this is how I got into them, I saw the video for this back in the day on Headbangers Ball, great song.

"Mad Gone World" is kind of mid paced to begin, with a nice set of riffs, it gets quite a bit faster during the chorus though, just listen to that riff after the first chorus!

"Brainfade" Not quite as strong as the first 4, but still enjoyable, has a very catchy chorus.

"Drunken Wisdom" Starts out with a nice classical guitar, this is where the pace slows down alot, more groove in this one, but a great song.

"End of the Line" is mostly mid paced, with a killer solo.

"Head First", Starts out with another great bass solo by D.D, and works it's way into the first riff, then another Bass lead by D.D, and yet again, works it's way into the riff, He's heard really nice on this song, great song.

"Overkill lll (Under The Influence)" The last song of the Overkill trilogy, a killer track, not quite as good as part 2, but really good, a nice way to close the album, and end the trilogy.

This is an underrated album, other than "Hello From The Gutter", nothing else off this got really noticed. And the production isn't that bad people, the only thing that is kind of pushed back is the drums, but you can still hear them well. So if you've heard "Feel The Fire" and "Taking Over" and want to hear Overkill with a change on the skins, and the songwriting, check this one out. Also check out "The Years of Decay" and "Horrorscope" for more greatness!
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HASH(0x9c724c6c) étoiles sur 5 Hello from the gutter! 11 juillet 2002
Par Patrick Stott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While Overkill were late starters on the thrash scene, they more than made up for it by being one of the most prolific bands of the late '80s. Under The Influence was their third album in two years when it was released in 1988, and the rapidity at which the albums had been released had no effect on the quality of the material whatsoever.
So what were Overkill serving up for the Wrecking Crew? Well, it was a good dose of solid riffing, bass with attitude, some of the most imaginative drumming to be heard in the entire scene, and perhaps the second best thrash vocalist in Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth, bettered only by Joey Belladonna.
Bobby Gustafson proved himself one of the most versatile guitar players of the time, multitracking crushing rhythm and searing lead guitars on the same songs. To make up for the lack of a second guitar, DD Verni's bass is high in the mix, sacrificing a bit of bottom end to fill the mid range gaps. The two blended together incredibly well to produce a distinct sound which set Overkill apart from the crowd.
The shout-along of "Hello From The Gutter", while a little cheesy now, was a typical Overkill thrasher- a catchy main riff, backed by the rock solid rhythm section, topped with Ellsworth's distinctive voice and some tasty leads.
No one ever did this band any favours as they fought their way up from the gutters (Hello!), which is reflected in some of the dark lyrical themes running through their songs. Broken dreams, the depths of drunken despair, the end of the line, all may have seemed lost, but there was definitely hope there for Overkill. "Shred", "Never Say Never" and "Headfirst" had more positive themes coming through, like new beginnings and pride in being yourself.
But at the end of the day, no one really cares what a band sings about as long as they have the songs to get the mosh pit going. Overkill more than deliver in that department on this album, or in fact on any album. And they have one of the coolest mascots ever in Chaly the skull bat thing!
HASH(0x9c724fa8) étoiles sur 5 Overkill. Enough F***in' said. 15 janvier 2014
Par MMADD - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Last time you saw me, I was walking, out the door. Got a nasty habit.. Comin'..., back for more. Ain't just a threat no! It's a promise, well kept. So when all is said and done,
I came to shred...
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HASH(0x9c724f90) étoiles sur 5 Over Kill 26 octobre 2001
Par John Henry Holliday - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Now, anyone who is a fan of heavy music should know these guys. I also believe in my heart,that even though no one says it, almost every heavy band is inspired by these guys. Big or small inspiration. This album was good. It didnt flow like it should have. But, if you listen to it, you will realize the diversity of it. And i will say this and stand by it. To this day!! No one can make music like these guys. No one arranges music any better!
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HASH(0x9c72a480) étoiles sur 5 Solid, if not spectacular 28 décembre 2004
Par General Zombie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a very sold thrash album right here, though it really doesn't suggest the sort of excellence they'd achieve with their next two albums. Still, it's worth a look for any thrash fan.

'Under the Influence's biggest problem is that they haven't fully developed their thrash style just yet. Blitz has still got his distinctive voice, but he can't control it as well as he could by just the very next album. Furthermore, their riffing is a bit too middle of the road, not enough crushing, doom riffs like they'd pull out on later work, or faster, fiercer work either. The riffs are effective enough, but not always all that distinctive or exciting. Still, this is good stuff, although I'd dare say that there isn't a single flat out great song on the album.

'Shred' is a very good opener. It's a little slow in the verses and chorus, but they're both very melodic and memorable, and serve as a great contrast for the blistering middle break. The solo is totally sweet too, as is pretty much all the leadwork on the album. 'Hello from the Gutter' is pretty bouncy and happy sounding for a thrash song, but it's quite catchy and still pretty heavy despite the lighter tone. 'Drunken Wisdom' is a slower more epic piece. Not as crushing as 'Horroscope' or 'Skullkrusher' but it's still pretty powerful, and it comes to a great climax with the chanting 'Drunken! Wisdom! Drunken! Wisdom!'. 'End of the Line' is perhaps the standout track. The main portions of the song are solid, if not truly spectacular, but the middle break is pretty devastating. The soloing is flatly awesome, and the melodic and memorable but still very thrashy riffing underneath matchs is perfectly. 'Under the Influence' is definitely the heaviest thing here, and pretty fast and energetic too, but still with a very cool chorus. Unfortunately, 'Never Say Never' is just a bit too generic, and 'Mad Gone World' has a rather irritating chorus, along with just not being all that interesting otherwise. The tracks I didn't mention are better than those two, but still not remarkable. Not anything you'd need to skip over either, however. So, it's a fairly consistent albums overall.

Good thrash album here. Not great, and not a good choice for those who don't have any Overkill, but still a solid album.
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