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Burzum Audio CD
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Burzum is a musical project by Varg Vikernes (originally under the pseudonym "Count Grishnackh"). It began during 1991 in Bergen, Norway and quickly became prominent within the early Norwegian black metal scene. During 1992 and 1993, Burzum recorded four albums; however, in 1994 Vikernes was convicted and imprisoned for the murder of guitarist Øystein "Euronymous" ... Read more in Amazon's Burzum Store

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  • Audio CD (17 Nov 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Misanthropy
  • ASIN: B000025SJ8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 167,516 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  1. Feeble Screams From Forests Unknown 7:280.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Ea, Lord Of The Depths 4:520.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Spell Of Destruction 5:390.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Channelling The Power Of Souls Into A New God 3:270.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. War 2:300.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. The Crying Orc0:580.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. My Journey To The Stars 8:100.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Dungeons Of Darkness 4:520.89  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Stemmen Fra Taarnet 6:090.89  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Dominus Sathanas 3:040.89  Buy MP3 
Listen11. A Lost Forgotten Sad Spirit10:520.89  Buy MP3 

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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars True Black Metal at it's most extreme. 1 Feb 2000
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Format:Audio CD
Those who know anything about the Black Metal world (and I speak of the genre in it's True form, as opposed to the watered-down, comercialised bands that proliferate the scene today) are divided into two groups: those that accept Burzum as one of the finest artists in the business; and those that disowned him after he was found guilty of the murder of the scene's founder, Mayhem's Oystein Aarseth. The initiated will most likely have already formed an opinion, and will not be persuaded to change it by what they read here. However, those new to the scene, or who have yet to pass judgement, should know that Varg Vikernes - the man behind Burzum; is not simply a right-wing extremist, arsonist and murderer; but produces (perhaps because of the afore mentioned personality traits; certainly in spite of them) what is undoubtedly *the* Blackest Metal available at the beginning of the new millenium. One of the scene's founders, his beliefs are unquestionably sincere; and his music uncomprimisingly dark, evil, aggressive and at the same time beautiful - in other words it bears every characteristic music of it's kind is noteworthy for. Vocals more akin to the death-shrieks of dying swine are issued forth at the heavens; communicating lyrics describing the paths trodden by cosmic visionaries or nameless beasts of folklore. Harsh guitar sound accompanies thunderous drumming to weave a malestrum of violent, etherial wonder about the listener; and whilst this - the first Burzum album - is devoid of keyboard accompaniment (though not of the odd notable keyboard instrumental track), it remains no less misterious than later offerings; yet no less extreme than Dark Throne. Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Feeble Screams from the Lord of the Depths 6 Feb 2005
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Burzum is generally known to be one of the most extreme black metal bands around, and this album does not fail to live up to this expectation. The vocals bear very little resemblance to a human voice and generally sound much more like the dying screams of a demon. This does mean that if you are unused to black metal this album is pretty heavy going. On the other hand, the drumming and guitars are fantastic throughout, especially on "Ea Lord of the Depths", "Feeble screams from forests unknown" and the Bathory-esque "War". The lyrics are fairly standard black metal lyrics, which are not particularly interesting, but fit in with the atmosphere of the album quite well. Although Vikernes undoubtedy has fairly dubious morals (mainly refering to his murder of Mayhem's Euronymous) he is very talented and this album proves that he is more than capable of playing drums, guitar and bass as well as providing the vocals, with very little trouble. This album surpasses any of his later material. Mainly because his later material was mostly produced from prison. This is "true" black metal in its rawest and most extreme format, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes their metal black.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A review of the VINYL 26 July 2010
I will spare the reader of an in-depth review of the music on this LP, as this has been sufficiently done already on amazon, on the CD version of the combined, self titled debut the 'Burzum' album (1992), along with the 'Aske' mini EP (1993) that accompanies it. What I am concerned about with this review is the format the music is presented in, which is Vinyl.

The `Burzum' album, when it originally was released in 1992, was essentially designed for Vinyl format. Varg Vikernes (the master behind Burzum) intended for the first half of the music and or the first side of Vinyl, to be `Side Hate' and the second side of music to be `Side Winter'. HOWEVER, with this 2 disc Burzum/Aske Vinyl reissue I presumed, before I purchased the double LP, that the first disc would only just contain the `Burzum album' and the second vinyl would contain only the `Aske' EP. But I was wrong. On this reissue the record company seem to have amalgamated the two different albums into the two vinyl, for example where the last track, on the second side of the `Burzum album', on the original release, was `Dungeons of Darkness', now the last track on the first vinyl is `The Crying Orc', which the latter should have been the second track on the second side of the original release of the `Burzum album'. This may sound all a bit irate and fussy to some, but I suppose I am a purist who believes in the original format that the artist first intended the record to be like.

Also another important issue to point out is that the album art (the front cover of the record, with the dark hooded figure in a desolate landscape) seems to be out of focus, with little sharpness at all, proving to be moderately blurry. Let me assure you that my eye site is perfectly good; I do not own or need a pair of spectacles to enhance my vision.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A few notes about the Byelobog re-release 11 Jun 2012
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5 stars because the music is excellent and this release is well worth buying.

This version is in a jewel case with the original cover artwork on the booklet, presented in a cardboard slipcase that has the image shown by amazon. The sound quality is excellent. It is slightly crisper than the original.

There is also a brief (new) note by Varg about the release and the original lyrics are reproduced. The "Aske" image of the church is relegated from the CD itself to small and partly obscured picture on the back of the booklet. The German translation of the lyrics are also missing.

The slighlty cleaned up production loses a little bit of the original atmosphere but adds some clarity and a bit more force. It is hard to decide which version I prefer. However, this new version is well worth buying because for the first time it includes the original Aske version of "A lost forgotten sad Spirit" and also has some informative notes regarding the involvements of Euronymous and Samoth.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nothing great, but nothing terrible either
The beginning of the only Norwegian band that still matters. A decent attempt at what Burzum later became but I can`t help but feel the songs are really weak. Read more
Published 23 months ago by Louis Lalande
2.0 out of 5 stars High comedy from the lord of the elves
It always amuses me when fans of an artist try to make a case for their favourite being the "most extreme" in their chosen genre, and metal in general seems to attract a lot of... Read more
Published on 12 Aug 2008 by Harry O'Carpus
2.0 out of 5 stars Romantic piffel cannot hide the facts...
So Grishnak is the overlord of the PR machine that was Black Metal from Norway in the early 90's.
And yes he murdered Euronomous in cold blood. Read more
Published on 13 Oct 2007 by Tom
4.0 out of 5 stars Primal, naiive, revolutionary.
It is difficult to write a review of an album like this unless you were around at the time, and understood things as they were in those days. Read more
Published on 20 April 2007 by Mr Skid
3.0 out of 5 stars "I'm a one man band...."
Okay, time to set the record straight on this, erm, "classic" piece of heavy rock. Most of you reading this are well aware by now of Burzum frontman Varg's extreme political... Read more
Published on 16 April 2007 by BLS
4.0 out of 5 stars Not His Best!
Although this album is good, it cannot match up to the classic 'Det Som Engang Var' and all other albums!

Though for a fan, you should buy it, as it has good songs. Read more
Published on 14 Oct 2006 by D. S. Van Strien
5.0 out of 5 stars Masterpiece
Although I loathe the views expressed by Varg Vikernes, and regard the whole "corpsepaint in woods" thing as stupidity, it doesn't stop me liking the albums. Read more
Published on 11 April 2006 by Gavin Schofield
4.0 out of 5 stars An early better age
A flower in a desolate wilderness, Burzum stands head shoulders and torso above all other black metal material. Read more
Published on 4 Aug 2004 by M. Casci
5.0 out of 5 stars Black Class
More wild rantings , rumblings & ravings from one of the Dark Princes of Black Metal....Total quality , buy it or be damned !
Published on 19 Aug 2003
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