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Domination [VINYL] [Import]

Morbid Angel Vinyl
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  • Vinyl (25 April 1995)
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B000002L3F
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

1. Dominate
2. Where the Slime Live
3. Eyes to See...Ears to Hear
4. Melting
5. Nothing But Fear
6. Dawn of the Angry
7. This Means War
8. Caesar's Palace
9. Dreaming
10. Inquisition (Burn With Me)
11. Hatework

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Morbid Angel at their least deathly. 24 Dec 2004
By Mr. SCM Bell VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
1995 was probably quite an intimidating time for Morbid Angel. The whole grunge/alt. rock thing was starting to really get into high gear. On the heavier side of music the word 'industrial' was starting to be mentioned in closer and closer circles to the mainstream. Extreme metal bands must have been wondering what, if anything the future held for them. This is somewhat evident on David Vincent's last studio album with the band and shows the only discernible signs of compromise in their long and eminent career.
Of course when I mean compromise, I mean Morbid Angel style compromise. Because after all every one of their albums is different, from the blistering, straight ahead speed workout of Altars of Madness to the complex and epic Blessed are the Sick to the stripped back song-based approach of Covenant. Domination tentatively tries to fit in with the times, using a few of the industrial sounding sound-scapes which were en vogue at the time as well as a slower, groovier feel. Vincent's lyrics too move away from the occult and more towards anger at politicians, religious groups and general malingerers. None the less Domination is a fatly produced, bass heavy and tightly compressed record which despite sounding a little unsure of itself in places has all the Morbid Angel trademarks firmly in place.
I know a lot of Morbid Angel fans were alienated by the apparent compromise on this record but it still contains some of their most progressive and interesting figures. Where the Slime Live and Dawn of the Angry are utter masterpieces. Slime contains one of the funkiest riffs ever to appear on a death metal record and Vincent's crystal clear diction belts out a super-cool message of scorn and anger.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Morbid Angel- Domination 7 Dec 2000
Format:Audio CD
Out of all of Morbid Angels albums up to this one, this can be put down as the catchiest one of them all. Following after Covenants footsteps with new member Erik Rutan (formerly of Ripping Corpse), a new dimension is added with the catchy riffing, and neat technical skill of the 2 guitarists. Add to that one of Trey's best solos in 'Where The Slime LIve', and excellent songs like 'Dominate', 'Where The Slime Live', and 'Hatework', Morbid Angel show no signs of slowing down, or losing their edge.
The songs are agin different to anything before, but still unmistakable as Morbid Angel. The drumming of Pete Sandoval just keeps getting better!
This was the last album before the departure of vocalist and bass player David Vincent, of whom's idea it was to make the riffing a bit more catchy. On this, it worked really well, but it is quite lucky that subsequent releases have not followed in this theme too strongly.
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5.0 out of 5 stars excellent 21 Aug 2010
By fgtrejo
Format:Audio CD
From start to finish on Domination, Morbid Angel unrelentingly plunge their way through their trademark blend of death metal and crazy, spiralling solos; (the amazingly-named) Trey Azagthoth shows off some of his best and most inventive solos yet, and adds the touch of melody and class that raises Morbid Angel above the general sludgery that many death metal bands fall unwittingly into. The drumming complements the sound perfectly, and vocals are delivered in a suitably evil fashion by David Vincent in his last album before his departure from the band. This is classic Morbid Angel, whether it be for seasoned fans or newcomers to the band.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Morbid Angel's best album 1 April 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
The cynics call this MA's sellout album. As if. This is one evil monstrosity of an album. Excellent production, downtuned satanic guitars, wonderful drumming, inspired solos, evil vocals. This was rated as one of the best metal albums of the 90s. David Vincent is somewhat of a legend in death metal circles, and this is a fine epitaph as he left the band soon after this album was made. There is a concept of war rather than worshipping Satan, somewhat different to the usual death metal fare. I can't praise this album enough, it got me into death metal. Ten stars.
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