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  • Audio CD (8 May 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Plastic Head
  • ASIN: B000F3UAGG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 172,277 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5. Prime Evil Renaissance
6. Supersonic Journey
7. End Of Journey
8. A Moment Of Clarity
9. Down South, Up North
10. The Scorn Torrent
11. INRI
12. Nemesis Divina
13. Blessed From Below

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Format: Audio CD
This page needs a decent review of this album so I will attempt one:

For traditionalist Black metal fans and those into atmosphere, keyboards and forests this was a big disappointment. This has a far more 'industrial' sound and feel to it. But for the broader minded this is an excellent (blackish) metal release. It was seen as a milestone at the time, making it high in Metal Hammer's list of the best extreme metal albums and acknowledged by many at the time as technically the best Satyricon release. It takes a bit of listening to separate out the elements and decipher some of the lyrics but that is because it has a very consistent sound. However there is plenty of variety and speed changes complete with instrumentals and with complex and stunning guitar and drum work. The lyrics are the most complex and rewarding of any Satyricon album and treat diverse themes including religion (I would even describe them as poetic and they are excellent just to read on their own). For me this beats Nemesis Divina although the sound is very far removed from that album and a very different direction again was taken with Volcano (which I also love but which is slower, clearer, simpler and more radio friendly). So this really is a unique album and everyone should at least listen to it for that reason alone.

The bonus tracks (the Intermezzo EP) are hardly indispensible but as this is a similar price to the regular edition they are worth having for Satyricon fans.
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This album maybe is not deserving the credits it should... Satyricon is ever-developing and comparing albums in this case doesn't feel right somehow.
Rebel Extravaganza does have songs that match any of Satyricon's "classics" but it is rather different from what they did later and even before.
Tracks like "Filthgrinder" and "Havoc Vulture" are intense with power, energy and rage and since the release in 2000 or so, these songs still blow me away.
The opening and closing tracks are very strong and I find "prime evil renaissance" oddly relaxing, whilst a song as "A moment of Clarity" is somewhat like a hidden gem!

Musically, I don't think their skills have never been questioned. The chaos of instruments is carefully set up and actually well balanced in my opinion. If anything, the instrumental intermezzos between some of the songs are arguably unnecessary but they do link the tracks together. It may take some listening but Satyricon knows what they are doing and how to deliver it!

Even without getting the "intermezzo Vol 2 bonus tracks" in addition, one should not really need to think whether to get this masterpiece. My advice though is to make a bit of an effort not just getting "into" the songs but into the whole album experience and I truly believe "Rebel..." will leave an ever-lasting impact.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter T on 22 Dec. 2009
Format: Audio CD
I just came across the other review and decided to add some balance. While I haven't listened to this album for a while I thought it was a decent effort, with a bit of a punk feel to the black metal. No match for Volcano or the follow up though.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Beyond Black Metal 14 Mar. 2010
By David Langevin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Menacing. Tormented. Sophisticated. Genuinely dark and impressive. I was a major black metal fanatic in my late teens and early twenties. Alot of the music I thought was cool then now seems cheesy and boring to me. I guess that is what is great about being young, being easily amused. Some things stay with you and still matter as you grow old and can still be appreciated even as you outgrow the goofy trends and fads that feuled your rebelious youth. Satyricons older music, Rebel Extravaganza in particular, is an album that hasn't lost it's luster as I become more jaded and cynical as time passes and I inch ever closer to departing this world. This album is so awesome that I'm sure it will echo on the "other side".
That last bit may seem a bit dramatic, but I feel that this album is just that good. Good enough, not only to receive cheesy illiterations from myself, but a must listen for any original "black metaller" who hasn't heard this before. I got into Black Metal during the rise of Emperor in the mid/late 90s and soon began to appreciate the older works of Bathory, Celtic Frost, Mayhem and many more. These groups simply have produced works that are "timeless".
Satyricon's "Rebel Extravaganza" is also timeless. I'm sure that any one with a black metal history or current black metal fanaticism will find something here to revere. This album is awesome.
I know I know, Industrial Black Metal. Damn ... 22 Jan. 2015
By MJ Smith70 - Published on Amazon.com
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I know I know, Industrial Black Metal. Damn those guitars just crush. Frost puts on a clinic. No drum machine here folks. Buy the whole damn Satyricon catalog. Even 2013's self-titled, which I own on orange vinyl. Hail!
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Satyricon- Rebel Extravaganza 30 Jan. 2011
By R. Bubb - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
As a somewhat new Satyricon fan who has been steadily working his way through their back catalog I find this transitional album to be good, but nowhere near the caliber of their more recent work like The Age of Nero, Now Diabolical or even Volcano.
I think it's very much the work of a band in transition.
It sounds like a band bored and a little frustrated with their previous traditional black metal albums like Nemisis Divina (a classic) but without a clear idea of where they wanted to go.
I think they did eventually find a great sound with more focused, streamlined and still very heavy and black metal influenced albums like Age of Nero and Now Diabolical.
Many long time fans with disagree with me but these later works are the band's best works to date.
The version of this album I received also contained the Intermezzo EP and bought as a used CD was a great value.
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