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Ab 3.5 [Box set, CD+DVD]

Alter Bridge Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (17 Oct 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Box set, CD+DVD
  • ASIN: B005KXV8Z8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 37,773 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Slip to the Void
2. Isolation
3. Ghost of Days Gone By
4. All Hope is Gone
5. Still Remains
6. Make it Right
7. Wonderful Life
8. I Know it Hurts
9. Show me a Sign
10. Fallout
11. Breathe Again
12. Couer d'Alene
13. Life Must Go On
14. Words Darker than their Wings
15. Zero (Bonus)
16. Home (Bonus)
17. Never Born to Follow (Bonus)

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CD Description

AB III is a record of stark contrasts. Produced by the renowned Michael “Elvis” Baskette, the album offers a feast of listening experiences, claiming to be dark and aggressive, yet melodic at the same time. This special edition, AB 3.5, includes three additional songs – ‘Zero’, ‘Home’, and ‘Never Born To Follow’ - making a total of 17 tracks on the album. It also includes an extraordinary hour-long DVD documentary called ‘One By One’. Made by award-winning filmmaker and ‘Live From Amsterdam’ director Daniel E Catullo III, the documentary is intended to be an intimate behind-the-scenes look into the rise of Alter Bridge. It features brand new interviews and concert footage shot all over the world, plus special interviews with Slash, Alter Bridge’s management team, and dozens of fans from every corner of the globe.

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Utter brilliance as usual.... 21 Oct 2011
Format:Audio CD
I have to make a declaration here... I am a complete AB fan. **the** best band I have ever heard/seen.

When I saw AB3.5 was being released, there was no question over whether I was going to buy this. Straight onto the pre-order. But there is always that small niggle that wonders whether fans are being ripped off with a re-release of an existing album.

Be absolutely assured - this is an fantastic CD/DVD bundle.

The best way to think about ABIII.5 is as a DVD with a "free" CD chucked in - with 3 new tracks for good measure. The money alone for the DVD represents a great purchase, but to get 3 new tracks just shows how true AB are to their fans. Throwing in the rest of ABIII is just a bonus!

The DVD (and I really think this should have been marketed as a DVD) contains a full documentary all about AB - where they came from, what they stand for. Really great to see more about the band I follow so religiously. The documentary contains a good mixture of footage behind the scenes, extracts from concerts at Amsterdam, Anaheim. A very good spread of songs from the Blackbird and ABIII albums.

As for the CD, you get all of ABIII with three new songs - "Zero", "Home" and "Never Born to Follow". "Zero" would not be out of place on the "One Day Remains" album - back to the roots for me. "Home" definitely was on the list of possibles for ABIII - quite similar to "Isolation". "Never Born to Follow" is another classic deep and moody number. Could easily have sat in any of the AB albums.

Absolutely delighted with the purchase. Can't wait to see them on tour in November. The only disappointment is that AB are taking some time out for Creed duties. Hopefully they will be back stronger than ever....

5* - would have given 6 if I could :-)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Album of 2010...Now Even Better in 2011 28 Oct 2011
By Jon
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This album is absolutely stunning. Although I personally prefer Blackbird this album is right up there with the greats. It is easy to see this is a loose concept album as it takes you on a journey through the downs (Slip to the Void, Isolation, I Know it Hurts, All Hope is Gone), the better times (Ghost of Days Gone By, Make It Right, Breathe Again), dealing with loss (Wonderful Life), and acceptance (Coeur D'Alene, Life Must Go On). The original album ended with the most poignant of songs - a discussion between two people about faith. This bonus version has three more fabulous songs, and if it were possible ends of an even more poignant song in Never Born To Follow. Add to this album a fantastic documentary (with an interesting little clip after the credits), and you couldn't ask for more. The original album was long at 14 songs - I couldn't believe my luck. I saw this (with three songs I have been longing for for 10 months) and I was pretty much speechless. One of the great rock albums, and hopefully soon Myles, Mark, Brian, and Scott will be given the recognition they deserve.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Utterly brilliant! 4 Jan 2012
Format:Audio CD
Another late review, as with the first two albums I bought AB's latest offering upon release (and later AB III.5) with high expectations. These days it's rare you can say an album exceeds your expectations but AB III did just that; this is nothing short of sublime.
From the deliciously creepy, then explosive opening of Slip To The Void and the heavy drive of Isolation through to the soaring Breathe Again and Life Must Go On before drawing to a close with the remarkable Words Darker Than Their Wings, this is the best album you'll hear for a long time; there's not a bad track on it.
Kennedy has never sounded better (that scream at the end of Breathe Again is electrifying!), the rhythm section is on another plane and Tremonti's guitar work continues to amaze me. If anyone is still labouring under the illusion that Alter Bridge is just Creed 2.0, you don't know what you're missing. One Day Remains was a stunning opener, Blackbird cemented that they were here to stay but this is head and shoulders above both. Best album of 2011 and I reckon this will be among my top albums of the decade. Awesome!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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I'm a big Alter Bridge fan, having seen them live a number of times and owning all their albums to date - One Day Remains, Blackbird, AB III and Live In Amsterdam. For me AB III was a disappointment after the two fantastic albums that preceded it. Isolation is instantly likeable and became one of my favourite AB tracks to date thanks to its hard-hitting main riff and catchy chorus but, despite the usual high quality lyrics, few other songs really stood out for me musically. I don't think I posted a review for it on Amazon but if I did it would be a 3 star album for me. However, this didn't deter me from purchasing AB 3.5 (or AB III.5 if you prefer that way) just for the promise of 3 bonus tracks and a documentary DVD. The 3 bonus tracks are all absolutely fantastic and in my opinion much stronger than a vast majority of the 14 tracks on the original release. The behind-the-scenes documentary is also worth watching as it provides a great insight into the band. Overall, 4 stars - not the full 5 because my view for the rest of the album still remains but the additional content is undoubtedly brilliant.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The kids still got it 28 Oct 2010
By Jimmy
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Not often does an album have to live up to the amount of hype that ABIII does. But then again, not many bands have such a fantastic back record, and are widely regarded as the most underrated band in rock today. Having been a fan since 2005 (thanks WWE), and having listened to ODR and BB almost religiously, I was a little apprehensive about the new CD. Could the boys make it a perfect trifecto?

The most noticeable thing about this album is that its dark. Very dark. Darker than a dodgy alleyway. For a lot of the older fans of what I'll call grin-rock, this might throw you off a little. Track 1 - Slip to the Void starts with Kennedy's haunting voice over very little guitar, before launching into some kickass riffery. Isolation (the first single) provides a little more of the sing-a-long rock we've grown accustomned too, as does track 3 (Ghosts of days gone by).

It's here I think the album hits a bit of a lull, because once again we go back to the darker theme, and less heavy guitars. By no means are tracks 4 & 5 bad, but I don't think they will appeal to older fans so much. Less guitar, more vocals, and an overall depressing sound kinda lets them down slightly.

Wonderful life (track 7) is built of massive mainstream appeal should it ever get released, and really showcases Kennedy again as a vocalist. Its clearly the In loving Memory of this album, but a more refined version. It truely is a beautiful song, and easily worth the price of the album on its own. I know it Hurts (track 8) follows up with some hard-rockery, a song for the headbangers of the earth. If anything it completely changes the basis of the album, from being too emotional.

I'll skip over to the end now for my favourite two tracks on the album; Life must go on & Words darker than their wings.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 3 days ago by Dr Evil
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Published 18 days ago by Clare Wilson
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Album
A great album enhanced: Better quality sound and the additional tracks are both superb. Recommended.
Published 26 days ago by Jonathan M
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantasic Album.
If you have heard a few of Alter Bridge you will find many song on this album to keep you going.

This is always one of my top 5 cd's in the car, especially on long... Read more
Published 1 month ago by RAW1987
5.0 out of 5 stars just press replay.
The collection is growing and so is the sound, I could and do listen to this over and over again!
Published 1 month ago by Rouzo
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it! Love it! Love it!
I got to admit, this was slightly different to their previous albums but I absolutely love this album from start to finish (and repeat). Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible band - keeping rock alive
I find it hard to listen to any other artists because they are rarely matched in terms of musical talent in this genre. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Mr. P. Harris
5.0 out of 5 stars Great album!!!
If you're a fan of Alter Bridge you definitely have to buy this album. I really loved this and think it's one of the best works from this band.
Published 7 months ago by Sergio Sabino
5.0 out of 5 stars AB 3.5
A brilliant combination of a CD and DVD giving a double bonus for all fans of Alterbridge..This is an excellent album as is the DVD which showed the band at its best performing a... Read more
Published 8 months ago by S. Blandford
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Solid but overly long and slightly unimaginative
Alterbridge are a fine Rock band with great vocals great guitar playing that is inventive and heavy, yet melodic. Read more
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