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House of Gold & Bones Part 1 [Explicit]

22 Oct 2012 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 17 Oct 2012
  • Release Date: 17 Oct 2012
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 2012 The All Blacks B.V.
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  • Total Length: 43:16
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B009NDBDPQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,666 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Will. B on 14 April 2014
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Stone Sour have been obviously compared to Slipknot since their first album, and yes Corey still uses his beautiful growl/scream on this album, but the band sounds like a true hard rock band now, even Jim Root (guitarist) is able to pull of slow melodic solos. VERY different to the angry and wildness of the masked maniacs Slipknot. Straight from the get go Part 1 hits hard with 'Gone Sovereign' and 'Absolute Zero' both heavy anthems that were the leading singles for the album. But the album doesn't keep this pace throughout, it is able to twist and turn through synth's and acoustic guitars to create a sound scape of pure beauty. In my opinion this album holds the true singles from the two part album like the giant sing-a-long 'Tired' and the mellow 'Taciturn', yet it still flows like am album and isn't carried by the first two tracks or the other singles. Plus when was the last time you got a story out of an album? *Applause*
Essential Tracks:
Gone Sovereign
Absolute Zero
Tired
Taciturn
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dessum on 22 Nov 2012
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This album goes against itself in a way; the songs take on a more mainstream, repetitive, melodic structure yet try to be different by using a bunch of gimmicky samples and sounds. This may be a way of expressing some sort of myriad of subliminal messages but after a while it becomes boring and tacky. Ultimately, people usually buy an album for the music. So give us music, not garbled radio-EQ'd speech and pitch-bending strings to kill time. This is the most irritating aspect of the album.

The songs themselves are all rather similar to each other as well as to the songs on the album previous to this one, 'Audio Secrecy' e.g. 'Taciturn' to 'Zzyzx Rd.' and 'RU486' and/or `Last of the Real' to 'The Bitter End.' Personally, I don't really mind this too much as I take pleasure in the Stone Sour sound and feel, but it is something to note. The music itself is still enjoyable; there are no bad songs on the album but then again that's because they're all alike. Nonetheless, the sound is powerful with some great moments. The music has its pitfalls but it still shines.

According to Tim New Bound from rocksound.tv the album is "Based on Corey Taylor's fictional tale of a man faced with the choice of growing up or sheltering in the irresponsibility of youth." In an interview Taylor himself said that "the story is definitely influenced in a lot of ways... by my journey to figure out who I am," and he then goes on to talk about other influences and references, but having read Taylor's book I cannot help but feel that this album is almost entirely an expression of his childhood. This is neither a criticism nor a praise but an observation; often the lyrics merely portray an angsty teenager just shouting and generally being angry at people whilst wanting to "watch the whole world burn.
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By Earwig on 2 Sep 2014
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This album is proberbly the best Stone Sour Album to date. The badn have really come on from there last album which is also very good. But wrather than keep things the same as last time they have developed there sound more and created an album that they should trully be proud of.

The Album opens up with Gone Sovereign and seemlessly goes into Absolute zero, which are both really heavey and fast songs, but then it takes a more melodic turn. Which is not a bad thing, as this allows Corey Taylor to show more of his vocal talents.

All in all this is trulley stuning album which if you are fan Stone Sour you should own this album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Richard J. Carter on 20 Feb 2014
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Love this mans voice, these two albums are a great collection of tracks. Can't choose which one I prefer. Also had to buy part 1 and 2 at the same time.
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By Susan Furlong on 31 Aug 2014
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Wonderful! Listened to Tired sent from a friend, hooked. Again! Love how Corey uses Stone Sour to demonstrate his amazing song writing ability and eclectic mix of songs types he can sing and they can play. The man is awesomely talented. Always the rock edge but no defined gender of music. Truly Awesome Album!
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By eve on 28 Jan 2014
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Bought it new, the packaging was fine, it came on time and of course I'll enjoy playing for a very long time
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By jontyglen on 5 Dec 2013
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This was bought as a birthday present. Packaging good and delivery quick, buf as yet not tried so dont know if it works. Otherwise no problems.
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new stone sour album. some great songs on here, especially the first 3.james's guitar riffs combined with corey's vocals are an inspiring combination. personally, its the better of the two 'house' albums.
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