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Celldweller

1 Jan 2003 | Format: MP3

7.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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0:28
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5:02
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3:41
4
7:41
5
3:30
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3:26
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7:00
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5:27
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4:59
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4:47
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0:21
12
5:33
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3:33
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2:59
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3:53
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2:56
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0:32
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4:00


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan 2003
  • Label: Esion Media/Position Music
  • Copyright: 2003 Esion Media/Position Music
  • Total Length: 1:09:47
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  • ASIN: B002DOB3IY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,500 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chris Dando on 23 Aug 2005
Format: Audio CD
So many styles have been incorporated into this album, it's impossible to put some of the songs into any particular genre. There's something here for everybody but at the same time, no-one will like the whole album. I'm into rock and I like this album, but I will skip half the tracks on here because they are dancey numbers, but my dad will skip the heavier stuff AND the dancey stuff and listen to the ballads. My friend will skip the rock and the ballads and listen to the dancey numbers. There's something here for everybody, but you will skip probably 5-6 tracks depending on your particular taste. With some of the tracks, I'm reminded of Slipknot and Manson, (Frozen, Own Little World, One Good Reason, Switchback, Stay With Me), others I'm reminded of Basement Jaxx (Stars Of Orion, Welcome To The End, The Last Firstborn, So Sorry To Say), and strangely I'm reminded a tiny bit of the old ballad makers Guns n Roses and Bob Dylan (Under My Feet). But this album is a real treat. You get some of the best hard rocking tunes I have ever heard. This was produced by a legend in the hard-rock world! This dude produced Slipknot's EP (MATE.FEED.KILL.REPEAT.) which got them noticed by Roadrunner Records. It's just a shame that no-one seems to have noticed celldweller as this band has real potential in so many different scenes. I can see this music being place in Rock clubs, dance clubs and Underground Clubbing. This could be played at any of the major festivals (Download, Glastonbury, V-Festival for example). I would seriously recommend that you check these guys out, but bear in mind that you won't like every track (even if you have super-diverse tastes in music).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ms. C. B. Mead on 2 Dec 2004
Format: Audio CD
Never before have I heard such interesting industrial based music.
This is an absolutely stunning peice of work. Even track 4, which is largely dance based is absolutely breathtaking. This is actually my favourite track, so many different sound styles on one track which goes on for 7 minutes 30 seconds, but never gets boring. In this track alone you hear Prodigy, Slipknot, trance, industrial and more. There are also some mellow tracks on here, I usually skip the mellow songs on my rock/metal albums, but not on this one. Every track keeps me interested. I am still in shock at how much of a musical genius Klayton is.
If you like industrial, dance, or rock and metal, you just gotta love this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
These days, albums come in and out of mainstream. Sum 41, Linkin Park, Limp bizkit and yes, Nine Inch Nails were ONCE mainstream. Based around industrial rock, Nine Inch nails hit the fans hard with their "beautiful noise" line. Celldeweller mastermind Klayton attempted to copy this style of music and failed immenesly leaving a "trent reznor" wannabe person on him.
Klayton returned claiming that his nxt project will be stunning and that it is.
Taking the best bits from Tool, Nine Inch Nails and nu metal "Celldweller" makes Linkin Park look effortless.
A breathtaking album none the less and should attract any "art-rock" fans as this little cd contains immense beauty. So by all means buy Linkin Park - Meteora and compare these both and realise the effort put in to this fabulous record. Deserves to go mainstream.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lexx on 3 Mar 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Oh - My - God! Where has this band been all my life?! I'm going to have to go easy on all the 5-star reviews after this, as this LP raises the bar so high, it's on another planet.
Celldweller is a crushing amalgam of great vocal melodies, Korn & Tool-style riffs, Euphoric Trance - and a dozen other genres - sometimes all within the same song. Underpinning this is mastermind Klayton's unnering skill with 'The Tune' ( Yes - tunes - remember them? ). At no point does this LP waver away from its melodic epicentre, so literally anyone could enjoy the music. In fact, Klayton displays such skill with songwriting and production, that i cannot believe he's not a million-selling pop producer, such is his facility with 'the tune'.
The song that really makes you realise what you're dealing with, is track 4: 'The Last Firstborn'. It starts off Celtic Frost, goes into Korn, and ends up in Ibiza at 4 in the morning.
This is a LONG album, yet at no point does the attention wander - Klayton keeps you gripped throughout, as you are constantly surprised by his style and inventiveness.
As i write this, this LP is six years old. I'm utterly embarrassed that I've only just discovered it ( again, thanks iTunes and Regen Podcast ), but it's so ahead of its time, it may as well have been beamed from an alien star.
Utterly, utterly brilliant - and only a couple of weeks to wait for the new album - !
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gareth Jones on 30 Mar 2006
Format: Audio CD
Outstanding album in every way! Can't think of a track i don't like. Every song is a master piece of musical genius!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mara Greenwood VINE VOICE on 8 Feb 2006
Format: Audio CD
There isnt a single track on this album that I havent listened to repeatedly. Its absolutely brilliant - caters to all the different things I like in music effortlessly. I cant wait to see what the new album in summer 2006 is going to be like - needless to say I will DEFINATELY be preordering a copy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
this is one of the best industrial / metal albums i posses! Klayton can range from the heavier breakbeats of songs like "one good reason" to the more mellow/laid back songs such as "under my feet"
the music comes fast and heavy like metal should be in songs such as "i believe you" but songs like "one good reason" has the breakbeats of drum+bass and influences like the Prodigy can be heard (not sure if they are really there but i can hear them).
definately worth the 12.99! gr8 album!
10/10 - i'd giv it more than 5 stars if i could
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