- Audio CD (23 Jun. 2008)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Maxi
- Label: Southern
- ASIN: B0000241V8
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 153,493 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Christian Death 'JESUS POINTS THE BONE AT YOU' Pioneering gothic band Christian Death's singles 1986-1990. Contains exclusive and alternate versions to other albums.CHRISTIAN DEATH's singles collection 'JESUS POINTS THE BONE AT YOU' features 12 tracks from 1986-1990,many not featured on other albums. The tracks represent the less experimental side of Christian Death,and include alternate versions of the original releases (including a totally re-recorded 'Nascent Virion'). This period of Christian Death is a high point of Valor's unique creativity and popularity,with high indie chart entries; and includes the favourite tracks of most Christian Death fans. Now available at a special price.BELIEVERS OF THE UNPURE (1986); AFTER THE RAIN (1986); SICK OF LOVE (1987); THE LOVING FACE (1987); CHURCH OF NO RETURN (1988); CHURCH OF NO RETURN - Endured Version (1988); WHAT'S THE VERDICT (1988); THIS IS HERESY (1988); ZERO SEX (1989); THE NASCENT VIRION (new version 1991); WE FALL LIKE LOVE (1990); I HATE YOU (1990)FREUD CD 039Stock Photo. Factory shrinkwrapped.
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Im sure those who hate Valor would not like it. I personally enjoy Rozz and Valor, really don't have a favorite, I think they both did some brilliant(and also terrible) work, as is often the case with very unique and original music. Neither were conventional artists or following any set formula for music success, the road that so many bands take, or at least try to take. I think its unfair to compare them really, aside from both leading Christian Death, and both being very interesting and unique, their musical styles could not be more different. It does not surprise me that most people heavily favor one or the other. I wish Valor had continued with the name Pompeii 99, and Rozz had stayed with Christian Death, and that both bands could have been successful and released many albums.
This is a solid album that deserves five stars, nothing on here is bad, but it is not the very best of Valors work in my opinion, Im sure every fan would pick different songs for a singles collection.