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Delirium Cordia CD


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  • Audio CD (19 Jan 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Ipecac
  • ASIN: B0000C43TE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 101,588 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Avernus on 17 Oct 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album basically sounds like a journey to hell, or through a horror film or whatever... but yet, it isn't quite as simple as that.

Do not buy this expecting 'real music' with vocals and song structure ect. ect.. This is just one long track, but it is way more than a 'bunch of noises' and yes, more than just 'ambience'. This is a beautifully haunting soundscape and work of art in my opinion, but thats the point of this album. Opinions. Some will love this and call it a piece of art, and others will hate it and call it a piece of garbage. It is completely according to your own personal definition of music. I cannot reccomend this album, because even though it works for me, I cannot say with conviction that it will work for you. If you are open minded, and looking for something unusual and original, look no further.. on the other hand if you are looking for 'music', then walk on by.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "mdh3" on 28 Jan 2004
Format: Audio CD
So, i was so excited when i got my hands on this new album by everyone's favourite musical eccentric i ran home, slapped it in my cd player and prepared to be blown away. i was more than a little underwhelmed on first listen i have to say, in fact about 30 minutes in I took it out and blasted some dillinger escape plan to make sure my stereo was still working!! Of course my mistake was that i was listening to it whilst eating a burger and reading 'what guitar' magazine so only really half listening to it. that night i whipped out my headphones and stuck it on before i went to sleep. Oh my GOD i have never been so scared in my LIFE!! THIS is the only way to listen to this album, set aside time in a darkened room with no distractions and make sure you have a spare pair of pants handy!! it is absolutely fabulous when listened to in this context, monks singing, bird song, howling wind, and this strange effect where the music seems to leave the speakers and float around the room before crashin back in again - awesome stuff!!! there's is so much going on on this album you simply have to hear it to believe it!! but don't make my mistake - let it take you by surprise and above all make sure you're in the mood for it, it won't dissapoint!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Humphrey on 3 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
I have heard a lot af mixed oppions on this album. some one I know listened to the first 15mins and took it back. He did't even touch the surface of this album's immensity. this album is musical art work. i have never heard anything like it and i doubt i ever will. If you are bored with what current music has to offer and you want something that is completly different, buy this album.
Then wait until its dark, turn off all the lights and prepare yourself for the experience of a life time. Just think of it as one big song. Listen and learn, you mat be dissappointed but see beond the current guidelines of music and you will be impressed. I was!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. B. Lambert on 27 Jan 2004
Format: Audio CD
Fantomas' third offering is a much quieter, subtle affair than the previous 'Directors Cut' or 'Ameneza al Mundo'.
This release has more in common with Mike's 'Pranzo Oltranzista' than, say tracks such as 'Cape Fear' or 'Omen' from the last album.This is no bad thing of course.....ambient layers of noise punctuated with crashes of guitar and drums and screaming vocals create such a nightmarish soundtrack, you'd think it was from a David Lynch movie.
In fact, go out and buy Eraserhead, turn the volume down on the TV and put this album on!
Fans expecting something closer to Tomahawk will be dissapointed, but this release is not worth missing, it demonstrates once again, just like Trey Spruance, how creative Patton, Dunn and co. are.
My only criticisms would be that to claim the release as an 'epic 75 minute track' is misleading, as the last 20 minutes are nothing but a loop of near-silence, which I found over-indulgent.
At times you get the sense that other quieter spells on the album lose their way a little and go on for too long, but these are easily forgiven as ther are always followed by a tremendous force of sound, leaving you wonder what will come next.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "goblin_paste" on 26 Jan 2004
Format: Audio CD
Bought it as soon as I could without ever downloading it and went on an extra long walk in the freezing cold to listen to it all on my CD player.
To be honest, I am a little dissappointed. Not to say that it is bad, it is very good but I can't consider it to be as much Fantômas as much as I'd like to. For the first 10 minutes, there is no mistaking that Fantômas are here, and they are here to shift some ground with their menacing, all-devouring, anti-heroic sound. However, from then on, the majority of the album is consistant of ambience; a surrealist nightmare; a horror movie directed by Stanley Kubrick captured on audio CD - Good in all of its might but this is not really Fantômas if you ask me.
The ending made me chuckle.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T. Carne on 16 Jan 2005
Format: Audio CD
Okay then. How to go about reviewing what's basically 75 minutes of atmospherics...here I go. This is one 75 minute long track that's effectively just cinematic sounds and music. Original cinematic sounds and music, but sounds and music. It doesn't have songs, there's nothing approaching a vocal (what Patton does on this CD is make sound with his voice, which he's very good at, but calling him a 'vocalist' on this CD is stretching the definition a little.) So don't expect the soundscape to burst into little 'songs' every once in a while. I made that mistake. Also, another little thing: Unless you really, really enjoy this CD, it's unlikely you will ever listen to it more than once because of it only being one track but that one track lasting 75 minutes. You have to sit in with this CD and persevere through the whole thing, because if you paused it or stopped and then came back and fast forwarded it it'll make even less sense aurally than it already does. It may sound like I didn't think much of this CD, but I just thought I'd get the bad out of the way before working on the good, which is, the music contained on the CD is great. It's got a very cool mysterious feel to it, and for the most part, it's well worth the effort. If you're into more demanding music, and are therefore already used to having to sit in and give a CD your undivided attention, then don't hesitate to give this a try (and also add an extra star to the score above). But if you're expecting an accessible easy ride, approach with caution, and if you hate music without conventional structure (i.e you must have your music organised in firm 'songs'and must have it in a definite genre) then avoid this altogether. 4 stars for the music and having the courage to pull a stunt like this, but it loses a star for being so damn awkward.
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