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Sound Of White Noise

24 Nov. 2003 | Format: MP3

£6.69 (VAT included if applicable)
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  • Original Release Date: 24 Nov. 2003
  • Label: NUCLEAR BLAST RECORDS
  • Copyright: 2003 Nuclear Blast GmbH
  • Total Length: 1:13:58
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  • ASIN: B001N0EB1K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 37,213 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "jon3000" on 23 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
Anthrax's studio albums are a rare thing in the UK. so i was quite pleased when i managed to get a hold of this album. The Sound Of White Noise is the 1st album with John Bush on vocals and sadly, Dan Spitz's last album with the band. The songs on the album still retain the heavyness of early days. allthough some of the speed is gone. The album does have quite a few memorable tracks such as the opening 'Potters Field', 'Hy Pro Glo', and 'This Is Not An Exit'. My favorite tracks here are 'Only' and '1000 Points Of Hate' both being fast and heavy. 'Black Lodge is the slowest track but is still pretty strong. Over all, A good solid album that you cant go wrong with.
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New frontman, new musical direction, new band, new album. The great John Bush does very well, but has such a completely different tone and range than Joey Belladonna that the album sounds like the debut album of a new band. This is not altogether terrible. It is good for a band to shake the cobwebs of complacency off every now and again. Just not after you've given the world the great album, 'Persistence of Time'. Don't change when you're on top of your game. Hey-ho.

Saying that, it is still a pretty good album. 'Potter's Field' is strangely similar to 'Time' from the previous album, however different they sound. 'Only' and 'Room for One More' are great, catchy tracks that can be categorised as classics of their new era. 'Packaged Rebellion' and 'Hy Pro Glo' are not bad but they lack a certain spark and melody, as do 'Invisible' and '100 Points of Hate'. Good but no cigar. 'Black Lodge' is an excellent track and quite different from any other Anthrax song. It is a glimpse into their future of more laid back, rocky music. But it is a suitably dark and moody entry to their canon with a great denouement. The final 3 tracks are more of the good but not great crowd.

Half of this album is 100% excellent. The other half is not particularly bad, just not very memorable. A solid enough rebirth, with a great fuzzy (sound-of-white-noisy) guitar sound but this was to be the beginning of their artistically-challenged period. Still worth a few bob of anyone's money.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "brasshande" on 7 Nov. 2003
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Despite being counted as one of Thrash�s Big Four of the late 80s / early 90s along with Slayer, Metallica and Megadeth, apart from first couple of releases Anthrax were never really a Thrash band in the traditional sense. That minor irrelevence aside though, they were, and still are one of the best Metal bands in the world. In my humble opinion, this is the finest record of their 9 album long career. Every single one of the 11 tracks are absolutely superb, though special mentions go to Room For One More, Invisible, 1000 Points Of Hate and C11 H17 N2 O2 S Na (Sodium Pentathol, I did A-level chemistry!!!). As John Bush�s first album after joining the band, he had to prove that he was a worthy replacement for Joe Belladona who had recently left. In my opinion, he did more than that, he proved that he is one of the best vocalists in Metal full-stop. His performance throughout the whole album is flawless, as is that of Anthrax�s best known and most potent weapon, Scott Ian�s crunching rhythm guitar. No matter what kind of Metal you like, be it Death, Grindcore, Industrial or even (horror of all horrors) Nu-Metal, you will like this album and you will like Anthrax. Absolutely superb stuff as ever.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. G. Charlesworth on 28 Feb. 2006
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This was the first anthrax album I ever bought way back when it was released and still to this day it is one of my favourite metal albums. It STOMPS all over the place.
The songs are excellent with great heavy riffs and John Bush's vocals are superb. Best tracks on here are only, Hy Pro Glo but the rest are excellent.
Can't believe they reunited with Joey Balladonna. Bush is a better frontman and Anthrax were a better band with him
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I am a huge of Anthrax, but their early thrash era until 1990.
With Belladonna or without him, i adore also the debut, this album is very surprising.
The album is not pure thrash, it is more heavy but it is good, especially the last three songs.
It is not good as 'Fistful Of Metal', 'Spreading The Disease', 'Persistence Of Time' and of course 'Among The Living' but really deserve to be in Anthrax catalog.
If you are an Anthrax fan, you should own it. If not, give it a shot.
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By A Customer on 24 Nov. 2001
Format: Audio CD
When i first listened to the album, all i thought was wow, songs like only and room for one more are master pieces, every song is very rythmic and has its own personality some are more in your face , while some are more submissive, each song has more emotion than your average tv weding. the guitars give so much depth to the album in unisen with the vocals and superb druming,a musical miricle is born. A must!
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By ricky cole on 25 July 2013
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This was John bush's first album with anthrax and when it first came out I thought there nothing without joey,I quickly changed my mind,this album makes you realise how much you actually miss John on vocals
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