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  • Audio CD (9 Sept. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Rise Above
  • ASIN: B00006GXG9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 298,632 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Return Trip
2. Wizard In Black
3. Doom-Mantia
4. Ivixor B/Phase Inducer
5. Son Of Nothing
6. Solarian 13
Disc: 2
1. Stone Magnet
2. Mourning Prayer
3. Mountains Of Mars
4. Behemoth
5. Devils Bride
6. Black Butterfly
7. Electric Wizard
8. Wooden Pipe

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tom Chase VINE VOICE on 25 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
My review will be mostly based on the main "Come My Fanatics" disc, but this offering also includes their s/t debut.

Along with 2001's "Dopethrone", Electric Wizard managed to carve out some of the best doom/stoner music of the 90's. I personally prefer "Come My Fanatics" as I believe it to be slightly more consistent and concise, but both albums are absolute essentials for both fans of the genre, and more generally fans of good old metal such as Sabbath and St Vitus.

The band kick things off with simplistic bliss - one big fuzzy note. The effect of this is unexpectedly powerful, instantly getting the adrenaline rushing and creating the inevitable sense of what's about to come. After some buildup play EW swamp the listener with a cascade of sumptuous bluesy riffs with that unmistakable low-end resonance. Return Trip is simply a fantastic opener, and the best of any EW album. It comprises everything a metal fan could want, big riffs, catchy hooks, solos, tempo changes...a real demonstration that this band is no second-rate act. They are the real deal.

After a characteristic vocal sample opening, Wizard in Black reveals its main riff, possibly the finest on the album, and the band knows it, they do not hesitate in repeating it. Which is a good thing - believe me. The song is typical classy EW, again mixing the big riffs with catchy choral lines and clever song writing, another instant winner. Continuing the theme of class comes Doom Mantia, an incredibly trippy number that slowly eases its way, flowing riff by riff into a gigantic wall of guitar fuzz and swirling vocal effects. This is THE song to rip a bong to ladies and gents.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bladerunner on 14 Sept. 2002
Format: Audio CD
For those who don't know, or haven't heared Electric Wizard, and are into Doom, metal, stoner or any extreme guitar stuff, this cd is a must.
Come My Fanatics is a filthily distorted mass of riffs and oppressively heavy psychedelics. The bass and guitar are hugely distorted and heavy, and the vocals are way back in the mix to create a more helpless, lost, spooky feel. The vocals, mind, aren't your typical screams/roaring metal vocalist, this guy could probably sing well if you asked him, but it just wouldn't suit te music.
The tunes average 8 mins and use repetition and psychedelics to ensnare the listener to listen on. Especially Ivixor B/Phase Inducer, which is an odd, effects laden instrumental with wailing female vocals and guitar effects.
In short this album is awesome: power, heaviness and doomy. Buy it.
With this cd you get their 1st album as a 2nd cd. If youre expecting more of the same Wiz stuff, think again. This was at a the stage where the band were finding their sound, and its just a straight forward doom album in the vein of early Orange Goblin or Cathedral. It is still a damn fine albym but lacks the ultra doom feel, intesity and just the sheer heaviness of Fanatics. Imagine they are a different band and you'll like this album more.
Overall a more than essential for any Electric Wizard/Doom/Metal fan who is longing for a fresh sound.(even though these albums were released in 94 & 96!)
Doom or be Doomed.
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By paula on 29 Mar. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
nice to get a 'two-for-one' offer here ; actually, with reference to the back-cover, the two discs inside seem to be incorrectly numbered;
the sound seems another variant of ' black sabbath' style ; am intrigued enough to order further from the 'electric wizard' catalog...
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Whilst their first album 'Electric WIzard' (included in this genius double-cd!) is pretty straight forward doom metal... good enough, but not legendary... 'Come My Fanatics' is an awesome recording!
It has the kind of heaviness that completely negates the need for fast licks, or frilly fills, combined with some madcap psychedelia of the truly random (and therefore loveable) variety.
The best way I can describe it would be as the way that Black Sabbath would have sounded... had Syd Barret possessed Tony Iomni's soul during the making of 'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath'.
If that's not praise, what is? Full marks...
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 Dec. 2005
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so heavy, so good. honestly this is realy worth getting.
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