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  • Audio CD (24 April 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Noise
  • ASIN: B000OCY726
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,044,201 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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This album sets the standard for all Pagan style metal albums that have been released since 1989. It epitomises the genre to its highest degree. Ive had this album since its release date, being a big fan of Sabbat from their early days.

There are some albums that are in every 'metalheads' collection - albums of pure class that cannot be bettered even after all these years - Metallicas' "Master of Puppets" ; Slayers' "Reign in Blood"; Motorheads' "Ace of Spades"; Iron Maidens' "Number of the Beast" - you get the gist. This belongs there - without doubt. Google it and read the reviews, and i charge you to try and find a poor one - i tried and gave up after about an hour.

Based on the book "The Way of the Wyrd", it is a musical masterpiece of epic concept. Based upon the idea of a christian missionary trying to convert the early britons, it tracks his journey from evangelist through the period of doubt to seeing the Pagan path that his 'converts' live and die by, and converting his belief system to their way of life.

Sabbat truly bring the best of British thrash to this album, from Martin Walkyiers' stirring vocals to Andy Sneeps meticulous guitaring with pounding drums (Simon Negus), Frazer Craske (bass) + Simon Jones (Rhythm Guitar) bringing it all together for a totally hypnotic expeirence. Once started, it is a hard album to stop before the end.

The songs themselves are musically tight, the vocals rapid and authorative, forcing the listener to immerse themselves in the Pagan aspects of Wyrdism, Anglo-Saxon Paganism and Celtic Mysticysm.

The Clerical Conspiracy is the first track that will leave you with a sore neck and possibly brain damage trying to keep up with it (lol) before it launches into track after track of sheer brilliance, most over 5 minutes long, some over 8.

If you dont have this album, your collection is NOT complete.
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There are very few records that have the power to blow you away on the first listen and repeatedly on every single subsequent listen. (And I've listened to it many hundreds of times since its release.) Without fail. Without exception. I used to feel the same about ...And Justice For All. But, I have to accept, that whereas Metallica's classic does have its longeurs in amidst the brilliance, Sabbat's Dreamweaver: Reflections of our Yesterdays does not.
This is the consummate metal album. Unsurpassed. Ever. So there. All other concept albums (that I have come across, at any rate) should never have been conceived! Sabbat's masterpiece is flawless from start to finish. Sure, it helps that the original source material (Brian Bates's The Way of Wyrd) is so astounding. But the true genius lies in Martin Walkyier's exquisite lyrics - which even he has struggled in later works to equal - and the incredible vocals/musicianship/licks/riffs/solos/sonic sorcery on display. Unlike too much music out there, in Dreamweaver, every single note played counts. Yes, there are plenty of `widdly-widdly' guitar runs. Usually such indulgences can mar an otherwise fine song (Eddie Van Halen - what DID you create?!) But here... every single `widdle', every single cymbal crash, every single bass pluck, every single lyric is pertinent, perfect, essential.
The story of earnest early Christian missionary Wat Brand (who goes native in a big way during his mission to convert pagans in the south of England) and the telling of it is utterly engrossing. The characters encountered on the way are compelling, the action swift and breathless, the denouement totally satisfying and totally magical.
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Their follow up to 'History..' is quite outstanding. It is a much heavier affair but still has that laden groove with a punchier bass. The songs are just relentless epics of mounumental thrash with gothic undertones. A more experimental album with the likes of 'advent of insanity' being a goth/folk ballad type effort. The rerelease has lives tracks taken from their gig in Germany, which was available on vhs in 1990 titled 'The end of the beginning. This album is the reason why i continue to listen to Sabbat to this day and why after 17 years i rebought their albums and still jump around my living room like i was 15 again!
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I have to concur with the other positive comments here. This album is without doubt one of the essential albums of any discerning metal lover. If you don't have this or one of these for example, Master of Puppets, Hell Awaits, or Peace Sells, etc then you have no idea a)what you are missing or b) what you are on about. This is quintessentially British Metal at its very best - it takes on you on a ride of unremitting musical brutality but with a degree of excellence that is unsurpassed in this genre. Many people have been influenced by this group, including the internal conflicts within it but the musical integrity was never really shaken and has been carried on by many others but never, ever bettered in this genre. Pagan metal is nigh on impossible to get right in terms of lyrical relevance, musical prowess or technique. This album nails it. No question. Walkyer's vocals have never been matched for the pizzicato style growling s he demonstrates with brilliance in this album, and Sneap's wailing trash metal stylings and utterly fanatical insistence on perfection are felt with every chord.

You will listen to this, wonder why it took you over 20 years to discover it and then treasure it for the rest of your life. It is, quite simply superb.
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