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Same Difference


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  • Audio CD (16 Nov 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Music for Nations
  • ASIN: B00002428V
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 151,210 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jane Aland VINE VOICE on 20 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
Entombed's 5th album is certainly 'different', featuring yet another change of sound for the band. Entombed had already switched from the pure death metal of their first two albums ('Left Hand Path'/'Clandestine')to a toned down mix known as 'death and roll' for their next two ('Wolverine Blues'/'To Ride Shoot Straight and Speak the Truth') - for 'Same Difference' they jettison the remaining metal influences and produce what can only be described as a pure rock album. Vocalist LG Petrov is now singing melodically throughout and the band have banished any traditional 'metal' style imagery from the album artwork and lyrics, so no songs about zombies or the supernatural here!

The biggest change however is not so much the songwriting as on the production side with new producer Daniel Ray taking over from Entombed stalwart Tomas Skogsberg. Even on the previous two 'death and roll' albums the production was incredibly noisy thanks to that trademark buzzsaw Entombed guitar tone, but here Daniel Ray tones the distortion down to starting effect.

For many Entombed fans 'Same Difference' was a jump too far away from the bands roots, and Entombed themselves would backtrack towards more metal territory following this album, but if you can accept the change in sound this is by no means a bad album. Yes, there are a couple of fillers included, but highlights such as the blistering lead off 'Addiction King', the harmonic guitar riffing of 'The Supreme Good', the swaggering slide guitars on 'Clauses', and the incredibly heavy doom-laden 'The Day, the Earth' means this is still an album to be reckoned with.

If the idea of Entombed playing anything other than metal fills your heart with fear then look elsewhere, but if you want a good solid rock album 'Same Difference' is well worth checking out. Is this as good as their prevous four albums? No. Is it rubbish? Still no.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Green on 11 Dec 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album does not sit comfortably amongst the Entombed back catologue. If you prefer the band's heavier moments then this is definitely not going to be your favorite Entombed album.
However, if like myself, you enjoyed the groove of the title track of Wolverine Blues, then this might be right up your steeet.
Stong songs with interesting riffs and a powerful groove, as well as the bands use of space (not the usual wall-of-sound), make this a classy metal album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 18 Nov 2001
Format: Audio CD
When I First heard this album I thought that it was pants. I was used to the bludgening of their previous albums. The more I listened to this album however, the more I got it. This is now one of my fav Entombed albums. It grooves along like an elephant after twenty bottles of absinthe. I particualy like the use of guitars and what sounds like bottle necking.
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Format: Audio CD
"Same Difference" is certainly different from Entombed's pure death metal beginnings, and also different from the bottom-heavy death'n'roll of "Wolverine Blues" and "To Ride..." But it's still a great album. I am a fan of the band's death metal and death'n'roll styles, but "Same Difference" has a sense of sophistication and maturity while still being brutal and heavy. The guitar lines are haunting, atmospheric and catchy as are the vocals, and the album reminds me of the very wonderful Voivod circa "Angel Rat" and that band's final three albums.
One of my favourite Entombed albums. Underrated. Broadminded metallers, give this a go!
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