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  • Audio CD (23 Aug. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD+DVD, Double CD, DVD Audio
  • Label: Steamhammer
  • ASIN: B0010WZTNA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 125,771 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Dead Again
2. Tripping A Blind Man
3. The Profits Of Doom
4. September Sun
5. Halloween in Heaven
6. These Three Things
7. She Burned Me Down
8. Some Stupid Tomorrow
9. An Ode To Locksmiths
10. Hail And Farewell To Britain
Disc: 2
1. Kill You Tonight (Live At Wacken Open Air 2007)
2. Love You to Death (Live At Wacken Open Air 2007)
3. Anesthesia (Live At Wacken Open Air 2007)
4. Christian Woman (Live At Wacken Open Air 2007)
5. The Profits of Doom (Music Video)
6. September Sun (Music Video)

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song title time price listen 1. dead again4:15$0.99buy tracklisten 2. tripping a blind man7:04$0.99buy tracklisten 3. the profits of doom10:47$0.99buy tracklisten 4. september sun9:47$0.99buy tracklisten 5. halloween in heaven4:50$0.99buy tracklisten 6. these three things14:20$0.99buy tracklisten 7. she burned me down7:54$0.99buy tracklisten 8. some stupid tomorrow4:20$0.99buy tracklisten 9. an ode to locksmiths5:15$0.99buy tracklisten10. hail and farewell to britain

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Paul McNamee TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Mar. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is everything I want from Type O Negative. Long, meandering train-of-thought tracks full of sludgy, messy riffs, distorted bass, about fifteen types of vocals and the occasional bit of sitar. Across these ten tracks Type O Negative prove they are a force to be reckoned with after 2003's lackluster Life Is Killing Me, punking their way through 77-odd minutes of metal, speed and an undeniable vitality, despite the album's misleading title. No prank intros, no filler instrumentals, no covers (save for a cheeky sampling of "Hey Jude") and crucially no drum machine. Yes, we're finally able to hear what Johnny Kelly smashing skins actually sounds like, and while he's no Sal Abruscato, he's more than capable.

Another reviewer said that this is a very happy Type O record, and I have to agree, though it seems a strange thing to level at such a willfully morbid outfit. There is a joy to almost every song on this album that eclipses past moroseness. Gone are the laments of "Everything Dies" or "Burnt Flowers Fallen" (from the band's Magnum Opus, October Rust) in favour of the bouncy riffing on "Tripping A Blind Man" or the Eastern-laced outro on single "The Profits Of Doom". Musically, you probably know what to expect: a lot of bent notes, strained guitar, fuzzy bass, O Steele's chanted military-style vocals against the straight up singing of Kenny Hickey, all driven by the doom-metal-cum-crust-punk drumming and instantly hooky and memorable melodies. October Rust is one of the catchiest metal records I've had the pleasure to listen to, but the songs on here give it a run for its money, many of them sticking in your head after only a listen or two. The quickest album I've got into in along time.

Type O seem to be in a league of their own.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Daniel Burton on 12 Feb. 2007
Format: Audio CD
It's no coincidence that Type O Negative have released their best album following their departure from Roadrunner Records. They don't have to rely on writing a single or a radio hit for the label to deem them a success. Gone are the sugar coated pop goth metal tracks of their previous three releases and in their place are massively produced lumbering doom anthems.

The first thing that strikes you with this album is just how heavy it is without it actually being extreme metal. Type O have managed to combine the cinematic happiness of Devin Townsend, the low tunings of Torche and Cathedral and the good time riffage of Queens Of The Stone Age.

'September Sun' does exactly what it says on the tin. It is dark like September but sunny like August. Old school Hammond Organ weaves between crushing Doom riffs and is peppered with Emperor style horn bursts, but it never stops being happy... yes, this is a happy Type O Album.

The fourteen minute 'These Three Things' comes off like Iron Monkey playing Polyphonic Spree songs. There simply isn't a weak song on the album. From the Danzig esque punk metal of 'Halloween in Heaven' to the stoner sludge of 'An Ode to Locksmiths' this really is the first true essential album of the year.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By SkAnKyFrAnKy on 26 Feb. 2008
Format: Vinyl
Another chance to own this brilliant album on vinyl if you missed out on the green edition last year. This time it's red vinyl and it comes in a big red box complete with a good quality bonus LP - "Live at Bizarre Festival 1999" featuring five of the old favourites. There's a 12-page 12" size booklet that features the lyrics and artwork from the album. The box set also includes a DVD of four songs from a live show in 2007, the videos for The Profit Of Doom and September Sun and an 15 minute interview with the band. They've also thrown in the whole album in MP3 format and a t-shirt. Don't get too excited about the shirt though - it's awful!

Overall, a nice set that I would have appreciated all the more had I not already got this album on creepy green vinyl and had they thrown in a better t-shirt.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stuart on 1 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is Type O negatives first album for their new record label. Having read that there was disagreement in where their last record company wanted them to go with their music its now a good time for The band to go anywhere they want musicly without controlling restrictions - which many artists dislike and totally understandably. Its also really good now that this album has come out and done as well as it has which hopefully will give them reason to continue into the future and produce albums like this 1. When I first started listening I wasnt so sure what the rest of the album would be like, it seemed maybe slow not anything startling to start with, however I find the album excellent now and thats after a few listens, a couple of songs I repeatedly listened to and then actually the hole album* as I find it is very easy to go right through this album. The songs slip into each other in a way that I dont want to turn off the cd and there that good when you no what to expect* from them Id rather keep listening than skip a song or turn it off. Type O albums are often ones I find that take more time to consider than maybe other easy listening bands. The added voice of Kenny Hickey on severeal of the songs is very welcome and I wanted to hear him sing more which he does. The music in this album retains some of the hanuting gothic atmosphere of other songs from the past but not heavily, this album is a lot more Hardcore than maybe any other album they have done, its straight up heavy rock or heavy metal ,heavy something(Type O are hard to discribe) with powerful sounds good singing, with what feels like no wasted effort ever. This is a quality album that is Type O negatives possibly best all round album.Read more ›
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