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- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Import
- ASIN: B000002LQO
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- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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Cult - Ceremony (1991) CD
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The Cult ~ Cult/Ceremony
Top Customer Reviews
Rock on THHHHHHeeeee CCCCCCUUUUUULLLTTT.
The titular opener is great at setting the scene. It is reminiscent of 'Sun King' but has enough clout to be held as a classic i its own right really. 'Sun King' is better but 'Ceremony' still packs a wallop and is an excellent tune. 'Wild Hearted Son' follows as 'Fire Woman' did on their previous release. As with 'Ceremony' it is a similar song tonally and is (again) not as good but works perfectly. It's got a great chorus and a nice melody. 'Earth Mofo' is an ok track without being anything outstanding. It's slightly more upbeat and slightly more beatnik. 'White' is a fantastic song that is only let down by the noodly jam finish for 2 mins. Other than that it is uplifting, catchy, musical and quite excellent. 'If' is similar but not as accomplished and has harder edges. It is however still a great track.
'Full Tilt' is quite boring and could have been shaved in my opinion. It's rocky but lumpen and not that great fun. 'Heart of Soul' is another almost classic. It is a beautifully constructed piece of music and one of my favourites. 'Bangkok Rain' is as 'Full Tilt' - no cigar and a bit boring. 'Indian' is another slowed down strum fest that works far better than any up-tempo volume-botherers, which is where the difference to Sonic Temple comes in - this is a much mellower album once it gets going.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Cult was then step by step progressing but keeping in the same time their original sound, mainly thanks to vocalist Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy. Read morePublished on 27 May 2015 by J. Talsma
i love the cult so maybe i,m biased, all i can say is about this album is send the missus out shopping kick the dogs out in the yard put ceremony on, crank up to full volume. Read morePublished on 6 May 2012 by a scott