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  • Audio CD (18 Mar. 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: Caroline International S&D
  • ASIN: B00HJ7IO96
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 80,041 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Deranged
2. Playing God
3. Psycho Time Bomb Planet Earth
4. My Soul to Take
5. He Who Never Lived
6. Virtual Brutality
7. Tortured Spirit
8. With These Eyes
9. Nuclear Boomerang
10. Snakes in Eden
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Little Drops of Heaven (Video)
2. Mother of All Lies (Video)

Product Description

The DVD also includes a retrospective of the 'Motherland' 2013 world tour, archive footage from the early stages of the band's career, and backstage studio footage.

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Fantastic album by a great band. A must buy. The new songs are superb and the new recordings of the old is norhing short of stunning.
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New songs fine! Newly done old songs ok. Prodution by Hansen 10+. It's just previous 2 albums have been soo great so this is just inbetween postcard. Bonus dvd was intresting. Wort to explore. I don't want make deep analyse for this cd/dvd, cos with every time i listen this it changes..anyway i recommend this !!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
A missed oppurtunity. 1 April 2014
By M. Chevalier - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Having only four new songs that could have been left overs from the "Motherland" album, this isn't a must own Pretty Maids album. The other songs are re-recordings of songs off of earlier 2000s era albums. I would have rather had Pretty Maids go back into their 80s and 90s catalog and use this opportunity to beef up some of those songs. This album is a miss because of the tracks they chose to re-record and also because of the fact that other than "Nuclear Boomerang," the new material isn't essential and is easily forgettable. The package come with a bonus DVD, which like many bonus DVD's, its a nice little add on, but after watching it once, there really is no need to watch it again.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Loud and Proud 27 Mar. 2014
By MJG - Published on
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Been listening to Pretty Maids since their first Album release. This album takes me back to the beginning over and over, yes, it's that good, just like all their albums. If you never heard of Pretty Maids, you must have been born under a rock or listening to the wrong music. Highly recommend this album!!! If it's to loud your to old! Ok, yes they do have ballads and more down tempo songs, Just check out all their albums, i am sure you will find that one song that makes you say, WOW!
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Louder than ever for sure 26 Mar. 2014
By roll tide - Published on
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Pretty Maids hits the bulls-eye once again with Louder than Ever. This is a guitar driven cd that does not let up from beginning to end. The re-recorded songs are done very professionally as the sound quality is great. If you love heavy metal like I do, you will not be disappointed.
Not essential, but any Pretty Maids is good Pretty Maids 6 May 2015
By Justin G. - Published on
Long running Danish melodic metal band Pretty Maids has been on a hot streak lately. Since 2010 they’ve released two amazing new studio albums (2010’s Pandemonium and 2013’s Motherland), a killer live CD/DVD set (2012’s It Comes Alive) and now they’re back with a new collection of songs titled Louder Than Ever.

Louder Than Ever is an interesting release. There are 12 songs total (assuming you don’t shell out the big bucks for the Japanese import). Eight of them are rerecorded versions of older Pretty Maids songs, and not the songs you’d expect like “Future World” or “Red, Hot and Heavy.” They’ve reworked songs from their ‘90s Masacre releases (which are all in desperate need of a good reissue campaign, by the way). I don’ think fans were exactly clamoring for new versions of “Psycho Time Bomb Planet Earth” and “Virtual Brutality,” but it is interesting enough to hear them in the hands of the new lineup and new producer.

The remaining four songs on Louder Than Ever are what fans are really going to be interested. They are brand new recordings that, unsurprisingly, carry forward the powerful and melodic aspects that made Pandemonium and Motherland such amazing albums. There are two songs - “Nuclear Boomerang” and “Deranged” that are straight-up headbanging heavy metal numbers, and two very soulful ballads in “My Soul To Take” and “A Heart Without a Home.” They’re all great songs, and definitely whet the appetite for a new Pretty Maids studio album.

With any other band you’d be justified in writing a collection like this off as a quick way to fulfill contract obligations with the label, and that may be the case here. But this is Pretty Maids we’re talking about, so even a collection of reworked ‘90s songs is still going to sound awesome, especially when accompanied by four strong new recordings. At minimum you need to download (legally, please) the four new songs, but the true Pretty Maids fans are going to want to pick this set up. There’s enough here, especially when you factor in the extras on the physical release, to make it a worthwhile, if perhaps not essential, purchase.

Edition Notes: The physical release of Louder Than Ever comes in a digipack with a bonus DVD featuring a Motherland tour retrospective as well as vintage footage and interviews plus additional material.

Disclosure: I was given an MP3 copy of this album by the label for review.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
P.M. EP in Disguise 1 April 2014
By §MÖKÈ & MÌЯЯÖR§ - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Pretty Maid coffers must be low or they wanted to knock out a album contract obligation as they already have a CD/DVD release within a year of Motherland (2013). The album consists of 4 new tracks and re-recorded songs from 1995-2006 (The PM lean years). I guess with the band's resurgence in popularity with their last 2 albums they decided to strike while the iron is "red hot & heavy". The band mentioned that their 80's material is sacred and many fans don't want to hear P.M. vintage material tampered with. I agree as 99% of make over albums suck. Most of the covered songs here are not exactly Pretty Maids Prime-Time so no injustice has been done. Many songs have a God or anti-God theme depending on your beliefs. The 4 new tracks are decent to good - "Deranged" "My Soul To Take" "Nuclear Boomerang" "A Heart Without A Home" which I'm assuming are left over material from previous albums. The reworked tracks although not great to begin with IMO do have a little more punch. I think fans would have settled for a EP release to tide them over.
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