From the Cradle to Enslave [Ltd Ed] Limited Edition
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The cover of the Misfits 'Death Comes Ripping' is just very funny, especially when the rest of the band join in for the 'woah ohhh...'s makes them sound like their singing karaoke down their local pub... that song makes this e.p memorable! .....then there's '....... Church' every review Ive read has slated this song so much...saying why is there a crappy techno song on a supposed black metal release?! I do like this song....its something different and experimental, although I am glad this is Cradle's only foray into making dance remixes!
The last track, the be quick or be dead version of 'Funeral In Carpathia' I must admit after a first few listens I was still thinking they had truly murdered a classic Cradle song, but after listening to this version and the version on 'Dusk...' I am of the decision that this alt version is acceptable, I cant entirely forgive them for changing the '..never leave me..' bit to a baritone male voice, or changing the bit I liked the most, Dani's ear splitting screech of the word '..CARPATHIAAAAAAAHHHH!!!..' but still, I can listen to this, and in fact this whole e.p and not really get bored with it.
So to sum up, if you like your Cradle blacker than black...you wont find it here, however if you feel the need for something a little 'unique' and different, then try this.
sleepless is an anathema cover and again doesnt quite deliver the goods if im honest,then we get a remix of from the cradle to enslave which is hideous,shocking and makes me ill,whats the point of this dance nonsense,i wish i knew.then we get a remix of funeral in carpathia which is pretty poor yet again so if you are a cradle completist then get this but it wont change your life,if you are a casual fan then this wont make you want more of the band.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
CD was not in very good condition as described. CD holder is broken and CD just falls out. Condition of CD cover is less than adequate. Read morePublished on 19 Sept. 2013 by ADRIAN P MURPHY
Three good songs at the beginning THEN theres an anti-war song and then aload of techno-crap. What are they playin' at? The rest of their other albums are great though. Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2004 by Elektra Kosh Edwards
Three good songs at the beginning THEN theres an anti-war song and then aload of techno-crap. What are they playin' at? The rest of their other albums are great though. Read morePublished on 29 Jun. 2004 by Elektra Kosh Edwards
Strange CD this. The first 3 tracks are what you expect from CoF and are f***ing brilliant, but then come 2 other, less brutal "album fillers" which are absolute s***,... Read morePublished on 23 Feb. 2001
Being in two minds about this particular band, I thought this EP was absolutely STUNNING! The title track shows some maturity in the band, letting go the 2000mph thrash in favour... Read morePublished on 14 Jan. 2001
I was a little dubious about this EP at first, the songs don't seem to go together all that well, but after a few listens, I really started to appreciate Danis vocals and the... Read morePublished on 16 Dec. 1999