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Almighty Import


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  • Audio CD (12 Jun. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B00004TA4B
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 100,322 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Almighty - Almighty

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Punk was always in The Almighty's blood. Growing up in Northern Ireland, they were naturally heavily influenced by Stiff Little Fingers, and that raging, attack-dog sensibility was often present in their music, even their more metallic efforts. It was when they incorporated punk into their image, though, that the problems really began, the rock audience not tolerating their flowing manes. So it's good to see them reformed after their disappointing 1996 split, and persisting with the rough stuff. This comeback album is a punk/rock crossover of high class that sets out its store immediately--opener "Broken Machine" is a churning, melody-infused grind, while the following "I'm In Love (With Revenge)" is a rock rush recalling The New York Dolls' "Jet Boy". Leader Ricky Warwick's thoughtful and apocalyptic wordplay combines well with ex-Whatever newcomer Nick Parsons' clipped and staccato social commentary, extending the band's range while maintaining consistency. All in all, The Almighty is an excellent return, true to the roots of the music and the band. --Dominic Wills

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Jun. 2000
Format: Audio CD
A fantastic album from a recently reformed Almighty. After the release of 'Just Add Life' Ricky Warwick decided that The Almighty had gone as far as they could and they disbanded, Ricky returning to Ireland to put together a new band. Luckily for us he changed his mind and this album features three out of the four original band members. It is unmistakably The Almighty. There are traces of all the previous albums and some totally new touches. New guitarist Nick Parsons has contibuted quite heavily to the song writing and this is no bad thing. The album opener 'Broken Machine' makes it clear from the very start that the band have lost none of their power with pounding drums and grinding guitars topped off by Ricky's snarling vocals. And from there on it just gets better. Personal favourites include 'Big Black Automatic' ( not a typical Almighty song, but superb none-the-less ), 'White Anger Comedown' which has a very punky feel to it and 'USAK-47'. I would highly recommend this album to anyone who likes their rock heavy and powerful!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic return by The Almighty 14 Jun. 2000
By Tony - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
A fantastic album from a recently reformed Almighty. After the release of 'Just Add Life' Ricky Warwick decided that The Almighty had gone as far as they could and they disbanded, Ricky returning to Ireland to put together a new band. Luckily for us he changed his mind and this album features three out of the four original band members. It is unmistakably The Almighty. There are traces of all the previous albums and some totally new touches. New guitarist Nick Parsons has contibuted quite heavily to the song writing and this is no bad thing. The album opener 'Broken Machine' makes it clear from the very start that the band have lost none of their power with pounding drums and grinding guitars topped off by Ricky's snarling vocals. And from there on it just gets better. Personal favourites include 'Big Black Automatic' ( not a typical Almighty song, but superb none-the-less ), 'White Anger Comedown' which has a very punky feel to it and 'USAK-47'. I would highly recommend this album to anyone who likes their rock heavy and powerful!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Almighty (name says it all)! 10 May 2001
By Tuomas Hietanen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I actually bought this album by a mistake... But it showed up to be a ... graet album, with a ... great attitude. The first song "Broken Machine!" blew me out of my sofa, and then became even better songs and better songs to the end. This is one of the greatest albums I own. If you like metal or punk, you wont be disapointed to this album...
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
All Loud, All Wild, Almighty! 26 Jan. 2001
By J. Carroll - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If ever a phrase 'Back with a vengeance' could be applied to a band, then it would be The Almighty. This album quite frankly is a massive tour de force from a band that I have followed, since I first saw them on their 'Wild 'n Wonderful' tour back in 1990. New guitarist, Nick Parsons has fitted in perfectly, churning out some fantastic guitar riffs and aiding and abetting Ricky Warwick's song writing. Quite honestly there is not one single track on this album that could be considered a weak link, momentum is maintained throughout, but highlights for me would be 'White Anger Comedown' and 'USAK-47', but in truth this whole album is utterly fantastic. I also had the fortune to see them play some of the album live and boy what a night that was. In summary, if you like your music aggressive and intelligent then you must get this, you won't be sorry!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Return to form 29 Oct. 2004
By "sixxdogg68" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Well after a piss poor effort on their last outing it is good to see the Almighty return to form on this album. Not as good as Crank but a great listen.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Almighty. Their name says it all. 26 Feb. 2002
By Jeff Blaine - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I first heard about The Almighty when a friend of mine picked up a copy of "Blood, Fire, & Love", and I have been a die hard fan since. I live in the States, so I haven't had a chance to see them live. Hopefully they will do a tour here someday. I have turned all of my friends on to them, and my band has even covered 3 or 4 of their songs, always getting the same reaction: "Who the hell is that? They kick ass!" This album is great, just like everything else they have done. Do yourself a favor and check these guys out. You WON'T be disappointed.
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