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  • Audio CD (21 April 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: DVD Audio
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN: B0000504A2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 195,851 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen10. Tribe To A Nation 2:48£0.59  Buy MP3 
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For Nation, Sepultura have gone home. This is the first album to be recorded in their native Brazil since they first appeared, quite literally kicking and screaming, in 1989. It's also the first time they've found their feet with Derrick Green at the front, and they are starting to sound more relaxed without Max Cavalera on lead howling duties. Igor Cavalera is still behind the drums, his tribal pounding standing as the vital groundwork for frantic and brutal songs such as "Revolt", which often makes you wonder how the rest of the band keep up. There's an overall feeling that it's the band and their fans versus the world. Just look at the titles: "Sepulnation", "Border Wars", "Tribe to a Nation", "Politricks", "Human Cause". It's a testament to their surroundings that they want to make their audience think--Brazil is divided by the extreme wealth of a few living alongside the extreme poverty of shanty towns, and you can hear the anger and frustration in the most accessible track, "One Man Army". --Emma Johnston

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Aaron C. Cottrell on 26 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have heard Roorback and Dante XXI, and had mixed views about those albums so was really in 2 minds with Nation. However to my pleasure i was happily suprised with the end result. It is recoignisable as a Sepultura album, but its a different kind of Sepultura album. From listening to the Max Cavalera albums and being taken on board the Sepultura plain with them i have got used to the deep angry growls of Max's vocals. With Derrick Green on vocals the whole atmosphere of the album seems to change. Yes the strong powerful riffs and melodies are present in great volume, but there also seems to be a slightly more relaxed and, dare i say, softer feell to the songs in general. This might have somthing to do with the fact that now the main song writing duties have been taken over by guitarist Andreas Kisser and drummer Igor Cavalera, whereas in the Max days most of the music was dealt with my Max, with additions from the rest of the band.

Dont get me wrong it is a very good album! It caught me by surpirse being a big Sepultura fan and listening to the other albums is great sucession. But this album is really a new phase in the on-going reign of Sepultura, a new sound which, in some cases incapsulating the listener, in some cases making the listener think, and some cases allowing the listener to learn some memorable new lines to sing at the concerts. Song such as the opener Sepulnation, Border Wars and the interesting sounding Uma Cura really show how good Sepultura can be with this new line up.

If ur asking me whether or not to get this album i would say definately, but if ur expecting something similar to that of Chaos AD or Arise, then be prepared for something different.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ben_jekyll on 27 Jan. 2006
Format: Audio CD
ok ok ok so there is life after max as they proved to some degree on 'against' but here thankfully for me anyway the ghost of max was exorcised and derrick greene was all thatwas left standing to fill those shoes and he proved he was good before but here he made the position his own. he sounds alot more confident and shows a nice level of depth and emotion in his voice that max never could. as always the song writing is exceptional and again showing a level of variety that the band had not displayed previously with the tempo going up and down all over the place the album can get a little disorientating but the overalleffect is quite astonishing. the whole thing is held together by a brilliant production job by matt hyde[hatebreed] and works brilliantly and showed that there light at the end of the tunnel.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Oct. 2001
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This is a great new album from The Jungle Boys, with heavy riffs and as usual, typically powerful drumming from Igor Cavalera. It is much better than the disapointing debut with Derrick Greene who this time round delivers suitably angry vocals. He is no replacement for Max but then again he isn't trying to be. The music is a cross between 'Roots' and 'Chaos AD' but is just that bit different from both of them. A fine metal album, buy it if you love all of Seps albums but if you prefer their thrash era it may be a little slow (except for 'Revolt' and 'Annhilation')
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1st impression, cd cover looked the biz - very soviet era, which fits perfectly with the concept theme.
2nd impression, cd rocks!!! from the off this material oozes class which only the sep's can be responsible for. much heavier than it's predecessor, as well as being a lot more approachable musically.
have to say that my fav tracks are 'tribe to a nation' and 'politricks' - awesome, eerie vocals on the latter!
a lot of folks out there have moaned that there wasn't enough thrash content - or rather the shortness of the thrashy tracks on this cd was a let down - all i say to these people is that i personally feel the tunes fit well into the whole thing. with an almost constant barrage of noise the tracks 'revolt' and 'human cause' break up the flow of the album beautifully - i'm sure the boys knew what they were doing @ the production stage!
my final advice to people reading this, buy it now cos this is the sepultura of the new millennium, a band still a huge cut above the rest of the pretenders out there. here are a group of talented musicians who can still pump out an array of excellently crafted material - even after all this years. max is long gone now - and i love him to bits - but don't let that put u off, mr green and the boys are doing just fine without him. CONGRATS BOYS, THE TRIBE STILL LIVES!!!
by the way the bonus tracks are tops!!! if u want a bit more punk/thrash then go for this didgipak rather than the standard cd - that'll stop the whinging!!!
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By Ben Saunders VINE VOICE on 3 Mar. 2001
Format: Audio CD
This may not be as good as 'Roots', but it's far better than 'Against'. The new line up has gelled, as is conclusively demonstrated on tracks such as 'One Man Army' and 'Sepulnation'. The album features guest appearances from Apocalyptica (who provide cellos on 'Valtio'!), Dr Izrael and Jello Biafra. It doesn't become a celebrity free-for-all like Soulfly though, partly due to the strong concept of the album (creating a utopic nation) and the fact that they have stayed true to their roots - witness 'Politricks' (which reminds me in attitude of 'Slave New World', etc) Stand out songs include 'Thilo' (a beautifully crafted track, written on classical guitar), 'Revolt' (which is Sepultura at their super-fast best) and 'Sepulnation' itself. This limited digipack edition includes five bonus tracks - a demo, one live and three covers, the best of which is actually a Bauhaus song ('Bela Lugosi's Dead') but done slow with lots of tribal drumming, and it's come out really well. Given that my expectations weren't that high, this record's really blown me away, in fact the only down point is the fact that the lyrics aren't included in the sleeve! If the lads carry on like this, we may end up asking 'Max who?' before their career's over!
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