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3 (Explicit Version)

3 (Explicit Version)

1 Jan 2002
4.2 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2002
  • Release Date: 20 July 2016
  • Label: UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)
  • Copyright: (C) 2002 The All Blacks B.V.
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  • Total Length: 58:45
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  • ASIN: B00DOS1XHE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 166,794 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)
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There are four tracks that I really like on this record, the ferocious opener 'Downstroy' , the single 'Seek 'N' strike', the melodic ballad/thrash metal of 'Tree of pain' that features nice vocals by a female vocalist, and 'Four elements' (a great uptempo rock track where max sounds angry and menancing). The rest of the album was ok. I found it to be a bit of a mixed bag really. The album does have some nice instrumentals though and album closer 'Zumbi' features tribal beats and nice atmospheres. It is these combined sounds of Nu-metal, groove, and thrash mixed in with tribal beats and percussion that is interesting about Soulfly and I do admire them for their experimentation. I do think it's worth buying this album as it's so cheap on here and then download the songs you like onto your Ipod like I am going to do. I hope this helps anyone.
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By A Customer on 25 Jun. 2002
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Oh yes, the new Soulfly CD is here, and it's nothing like 'Chaos AD'. I must admit it took a few listens, and I love the music of Max Cavelera, but this is a great record. Right from the off, 'Downstroy' and ' Seek n Strike' hit you with full on Brazilian metal. Big, heavy, simple riffs, with Max on top form. 'Enter Faith' is not quite as heavy, but the next two ramp up the energy again. Then comes 'Brasil'. This is straight out of the 'Roots' era, amazing tribal drumming, great riffs and gutaral vocals sear over your body. Then comes 'Tree Of Pain', which starts out very mellow with female vocals, and then crashes into metal meltdown, Brazilian style. The rest of the album goes like you would expect of a 'Soulfly' album to go. The HEAVY riffs mixed in with the more acoustic tribal number. Max has not progressed much from the last album, this is more of a refinement of the 'Soulfly' style. It's their most coherant album to date. Now I have only one gripe. In the middle of the album Max decided to give us a track called 9-11-01. I say a track, because it consists of one minutes silence. SILENCE. On a CD. A metal CD at that. Now, I TOTALY deplore what happened on that infamous day, but having one minutes silence on a record is just not on. People grieve in their own way, and this has no place on a CD. Any CD. Anyway, you can program in a skip in the CD player, and I won't mark the album down for silence. And get the digipak, with extra songs for the best value, and even more of the VERY BEST METAL, produced by anyone, anytime.
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By A Customer on 20 July 2002
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Soulfly was an exelent debut, Primitive was a very impressive follow up, but "3" is the ULTIMATE soulfly album.I cant belive how good it is! It opens with "Downstroy" , an amazing and powerful song. Keep listening and you get to "one" and good (its only fault is to collide with nu-metal a bit instead of sticking with Max's Sepultura orgins) "one nation" is also a great song but by far my favourate song is "tree of pain" which is true amazing , powerful song. If Max and Soulfly carry on like this they will soon become legends. Max seems to have discovered a new side to his voice, alternating between his normal load , great voice and a new undiscovered calm tone. Enough talk ORDER YOUR COPY NOW!
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I had high expectations of Soulfly 3, and I can say im not disappointed. Max Cavalera's production on the album offers an impressive finish not seen before on the likes of Soulfly, particularly notable in "Enterfaith" and "Seek'n'Strike". Both offer bonebreaking riffs and yet carry the professional veneer that previous offerings have lacked.
Soulfly delivers a superior combination of pure Soulfly (Downstroy, Enterfaith, Seek'n'Strike) and collaboration tracks (Tree Of Pain, One and L.O.T.M of a kind). Whilst "Enterfaith" seems to be the standout track to me, both "L.O.T.M" and "Four Elements" present stiff competition to the honour claimed by "Eye For An Eye" and "Pain" on previous albums in my opinion. Therefore it is more than acceptable to find both "Eye For An Eye" and "Pain" live as bonus tracks on this disc, each reminisent of Soulfly and Primitive bonus live additions. "Under The Sun" is a further bonus song, a tribute to Black Sabbath, and a belter at that.
Soulfly 3 comes with the highest recommendation, particularly if you liked the first works, or if you enjoy Ill Nino. I have seen Soulfly live before and they blew me away, I cant wait until I see them again with new songs in tow.
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It's been a while,but it was worth the wait. '3' sees Max return to the cutting edge metal that made his name in the 90's. Gone are the overlong (and sometimes sloppy) tribal jams of the first album, and the (slightly too much) experimentation of 'Primitive', and back in place is slimmed down, fat-free, monolithic thrash in the vein of Sepultura's classic 'Chao A.D.'. Opening track 'Downstroy' captures the mood perfectly, with its razor sharp riffs and pummelling double-bass drum-work. The only real venture into new TERRITORY (forgive the pun!) is 'Tree of Pain', with it's beautiful, trancy intro giving way to a Cavalera pounding mid-way, and then returning to a haunting, acoustic outro. Classy stuff. Every song on here is worthy of the Cavalera name, but the standout tracks are 'Enterfaith', 'Tree of Pain', 'Downstroy', 'Seek n'Strike' and 'One Nation'. Mention must also go to returning drummer Roy Mayorga, who puts in the performance of his career so far, equalling the other Cavalera brother for speed and precision. Most definitely the album we all knew Max was capable of (and better than anything Sepultura have done since his departure!). Let's hope it's the start of a trend!
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