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Cult Of Luna Limited Edition

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  • Audio CD (25 Jan. 2010)
  • Limited Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Earache
  • ASIN: B0000A55SN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 316,342 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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When i first put this album into my machine i really had no idea what to expect. This may seem an overused and undervalued line but it's the only one i can use. It blew me away. Pure and simple. Cult of Luna is rage in a can, containing some of the most amazing riffs that you would expect the masters to be performing, to see them from a relatively new band is something else. I will be waiting patiently for any other releases they bring out because i'm sure they will be up to the standard set by this truely electrifying piece of work. The only critical point i can make about the album, and i'm sure whichever editor views my comments wont mind me saying this, their choice of label leaves something to be desired. I tried in several of my local shops to order the album for me, none of them had any luck with the label which was quite surprising. So Amazon is the way to go if you want this masterpiece in your collection. I fully recommend it to any heavy metal fan out there.
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The very best of music is arguably a collection of little moments within songs: Lee Konitz's breathy unmetered alto in the intro to his first recorded version "You Go To My Head"; Tony Williams's drumming on "Pinocchio" on Miles's "Nefertiti"; Eric Dolphy's alto opening to "Round Midnight" on George Russell's "Ezz-Thetics" (and Dolphy's gloriously slurred bass clarinet solo on Oliver Nelson's "Images" for that matter); Richard Thompson's understated, barely-a-solo guitar solo on Norma Waterson's cover of Garcia/Hunter's "Black Muddy River", of which Garcia himself would surely have been proud; the opening of Lal Waterson's "Cornfield"; the opening of the Aria from Bach's "Goldberg Variations", the Am6 on Cream's "Badge" (now he's married to Mabel) ... Duane Allman's slide on, well, anything ... Aretha's exuberance at the end of "Be As Good To Me As I Am To You" ... and a hundred and one, a thousand and one other things ...
So how does a metal album fit into this heady list of glorious moments? Well, just take the two minutes from the start of the seventh track, "101"; where ambient noise and voice melts into electric guitar chords ... and you know something is going to happen ... and you just KNOW it's going to involve heavy guitars, VERY heavy guitars .. and when "The Sacrifice" does come in, it's like a physical blow: it's not just heavy, it's monstrously heavy, crushingly heavy, heart-stoppingly heavy. Play it time after time after time: you know what's coming, but still it hits you. A perfect moment, a wonderful record.
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in short, an incredible piece of work. it manages to convey anger and heartache without becoming hurtful and directed towards you, which really is the goal of a heavy band. not only that, but the songs sound epic- immense even, in an "oceanic"esque fashion. this is done through the use of extended musical intermissions verging on the classical, such as the string based ending to "sleep". that maturity does the band favours, however they do somehow become a little repetitive on the heavy sections. apparently you can have too much of a good thing.
fans of isis and neurosis, check this one out.
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