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Worlds Collide [Explicit]

16 Sept. 2007 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 14 Sept. 2007
  • Release Date: 16 Sept. 2007
  • Label: 20-20 Entertainment LLC
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  • Total Length: 47:56
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B002ABEYBI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,964 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By C. O'Brien VINE VOICE on 24 Sept. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Since 1996, when they put out their first album of Metallica cover versions, these four scary Finnish cellists have evolved from a novelty act for festivals into an original musical force.

Gradually their albums have contained fewer covers and more original material written by the band - all of them graduates of Helsinki's Sibelius Academy. Avoiding cheesy crossover gimmickry, the material blends classical harmonies and structures with the more melodic end of metal.

Instrumental tracks like the surging title track reflect the influence of King Crimson in their "Red" era. Guest vocalists expand the formula, with a surprisingly subtle vocal from Corey Taylor on the tortured I'm Not Jesus and Adam Gontier of Three Day's Grace contributing a big hummable melody on I Don't Care.

Lacuna Coil's Cristina Scabbia sounds, if anything, a little too polished on S.O.S (Anything But Love): her formulaic turn in the spotlight is thoroughly outshone by Till Lindemann's passionately brutish take on Bowie's Heroes, here sung in German as Helden. The broken pathos of the original is here replaced by a kind of defiant celebration, the Rammstein frontman's voice rising out of weird cello harmonics like a conjured beast.

Drummer Dave Lombardo of Slayer also takes a turn behind the kit on the furious instrumental Last Hope, and Japanese guitar virtuoso Tomuyasu Hotei is spotlighted on Grace (not the Jeff Buckley tune).

World Collide continues the evolution which started to come to fruition on 2005's self-titled album, proving once and for all that this is far more than a gimmick.

as published at subba-cultcha.com
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kathryn Horkley on 31 Jan. 2008
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Awesomely Brilliant! - If there is such a word as Awesomely !!

With the likes of Corey Taylor, Cristina Scabbia & the brilliant vocals of Till Lindeman all blending in to this amazing Cacophony of music that stirs the very soul!

Personally, I love it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lindsay Cook on 10 April 2009
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This was the first apocalyptica album i bought and it certainly won't be the last.
If you like the hard rock of metallica/slipknot and melodic rock of three days grace then you are bound to like this album.
Every song has so much depth, it really draws you in.
I strongly recommend this. It has changed the way I listen to rock music...
Inspiring, intelligent and invigorating
LOVE 'EM!!!
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I only bought this album because i collect limited or special or deluxe editions of cd albums

also i bought this album purely for the song ( I don't care ) because it features Adam gontier Of Three Days Grace on it as I'm a Hugh fan of Three days grace the album it self is great it's totally different from the other types of music i tend to listen too but i like this album i also like the songs - I'm not Jesus featuring Corey Taylor of Slipknot & Stone sour and S.O.S ( Anything but love ) Featuring Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil .so if you like any of these bands it's worth the money just for more music by them :)

the others songs are also awesome but like i said I'm not a Hugh fan of this type of music but still it's a good album to listen too

also it has 2 bonus track songs

Ural
Dreamer

the dvd features

I'm not Jesus ( Music Video )

The making of I'm Not Jesus (Music Video )

Interview of Apocalyptica and Corey Taylor but mostly apocalyptica

photo gallery

all in all not a bad album

BUT IF YOUR NOT A MASSIVE FAN OF ANY OF THE BANDS I MENTIONED ! OR EVEN APOCALYPTICA then i would recommend just buying the regular version

BUT IF YOU ARE A MASSIVE FAN OF APOCALYPTICA THEN IT'S A MUST BUY :)
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By Mr. Warren M. Fisher VINE VOICE on 1 Oct. 2008
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One of Apocalyptica's finest albums is also one of their most accessible, with the addition of guest vocalists on five of the tracks presented here. Dark, mesmeric and utterly compelling - Apocalyptica exists at the nexus between high and pop art, fusing metal with contemporary classical. Worth owning just for Till Lindemann's performance of Bowie's 'Heroes' in German ('Helden'), which is an equal to his work with Rammstein.

A must-have for Apocalytica's devoted fans, but also the perfect intro to the unique soundscape of the metalist cellists.
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This has to be my favourite album by apocalyptica.

Some of their earlier metallica stuff, while excellent, can be a bit uncompromisong on the ears, but it all comes together in this superb album. One for fans of progressive metal and not just for cellists !

I'm thinking of ordering some of the cello parts for this off the Apocalyptica web site to play along !

If you are thinking of trying an Apocalyptica album, then this one is a sure bet.
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