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Last Decade Dead Century

Last Decade Dead Century

8 Feb 2013

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 8 Feb 2013
  • Label: FRW / Flying Dolphin Distributed Labels
  • Copyright: 2013 Warrior Soul & FRW Music
  • Total Length: 1:14:51
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  • ASIN: B00BCP4B1Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 120,729 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Ryder on 22 May 2006
Format: Audio CD
I was 17 when this album first came out and it proved to be the soundtrack of my year alongside The Mission. All of these songs speak of a frustration with the world, governments and ignorance.

From the opening salvo of 'I See The Ruins, LDDC runs a whole gamut of emotions and styles; it is so much more than your average American RAWK. The album is extremely political (though next years follow up, Drugs God and The New Republic was even more political)which provides a great backdrop to buzzsaw guitars and a pounding rhythm section. Try this album - it is FANTASTIC.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Son Of The Rock on 25 Mar 2008
Format: Audio CD
Warrior Soul are true originals. The music and lyrics are charged with an intensity rarely found anywhere. It's punk (and I mean real punk not modern corporate trash), it's metal, it's hard rock, it's ambient...these guys are geniuses and deserve to be considered Rock Gods!

They are anti-establishment rebels with the added bonus that their music is, unlike others who have tried to mix music and politics, actually excrutiatingly brilliant. The lyrics are genuinely poetic, thought-provoking and convey an anger that will shake your foundations. If you like kick-ass rock then this is definitely for you. Warrior Soul are unique: a perfect combination of quality hard rocking music and laser sharp lyrics with biting sincerity.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Young on 15 Nov 2009
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This first album by the sensational Warrior Soul is absoloute, unarguably PERFECTION! The guitars, the drums and Kory's voice and lyrics are so organic and not destroyed by the modern sound recording techniques from the Rock bands of today. There is simply not one bad thing about this album. Warrior Soul hit the nail right on the head with their criticisms of Republican governments, social decay, poverty and the troubles in society that governments ignore.

I just cant believe my fortune for having known Warrior Soul, meeting Kory and listening to music that feels its been directed straight at me.

Astonishing!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By costas F. on 5 Feb 2007
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This debut was metal in the core with lots of influenses like punk or new wave and of course very political. At first Metallica had the band open for them and they seemed to be the next big thing, back in 1990. Of course not many people were lucky to have heard of Warrior Soul. The songs in this album are meaningful and honest and are sung by a very charismatic and passionate artist: Kory Clarke. Every song here is important. 'The losers' is probably in the top 10 songs of the 90's'(Why not No1?)and they sould have been far more succesful, but this band wasn't meant to be heard by the masses. It would be a better world if they did! Just get this album,it's never too late to discover real artistic passion.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By hell-oh-kitteh on 3 Oct 2011
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Saw these dudes supporting Metallica in Glasgow back in 1990 and was I glad I caught them. They were brilliant. I bought the album as soon as I could afterwards (Im sure it had just been released) and it was one of my most worn records. Strangely when I upgraded to the CD some years later the track order is different. But Im sure theres an extra track too so all good.

A scintillating shot in the arm for rock music at the time, (before Nirvana went stratospheric) Last Decade Dead Century still stands up today with its belligerent, single finger raised to governments, law enforcement and the powers that be on songs like I See The Ruins and Charlies Out Of Prison. Kory Taylor knew how to party too as evidenced on the tunes Trippin On Ecstasy and Downtown but was able to let his softer side show with the beautiful The Losers and dreamy Lullaby.

Personally I dont think Kory or any of his assembled Warrior Souls after this bettered this debut but the next 2 albums do have their moments. By the fourth album I think drugs were taking a too large role in the creative side of things and the songwriting definitely suffered but here on album number one its just tune after tune after tune.

A definite success.
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