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Grave Disorder

26 May 2014 | Format: MP3

£8.39 (VAT included if applicable)
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By A Customer on 1 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Once again the Damned surprise their fans with another excellent album packed full of colour, life and vigour. After a break off production, I had a nervous anticipation before pressing the play button, but with no regrets, and a reassuring catchy fast beginning, I began to sit back, take a deep breath, and prepare myself for the next 60 minutes. Certain tracks are certainly burried deep in their punk roots; "Looking for action" and "Would you be so hot" are certainly the wild cards on this album, but within minutes your taken to another mature side to their musicality; their gental guitar riffs and soft vocals from Absinthe, rock rhythms and alternative sounds using bells,male choirs and organs in "Amen" Following this is the happy and superb guitar riff melody of "Neverland" - almost undoubledly one to get you washing your pots with a jiggajig!and pretty soon after the piano off-beat "Obscene"
This album really does well to combine all eras of the Damned, "Till the end of time" and "Beauty of the beast" is Vanian clearly wanting to show he can still compose classical tunes in the same eerie flavour and tone as Sanctum Sanctorum and Is it a Dream with two very convincing tunes to wind this album down. But also this collection shows the new fans the Damned's originality and punky ideas in other tracks on here.. I cant name a favourite. I love Obscene for its fresh dancy feel (as with Neverland!); Its got those unmistkable drums, the lovely vanian's voice popping up and down the scale, and some nice keyboard passages, then neatly followed by the catchy Oz style aborigine beginning of "W"!
What fresh air!
All i can say is just play and enjoy the ride. I salut Dave for ending this album in the way he has done before. Leaving the listener quite literally lifted off the music playing field in admiration and dizzy happinness! Admire the calming peaceful end.
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Format: Audio CD
Well what can I say? This album follows seamlessly in the foot steps of the classic "black album" and "Strawberries", yet with a new modern style without abandoning the shear energy which is The Damned. I was one of the few I think who really liked the Phantasmagoria period aswell as the much loved earlier stuff , this is more akin to The Stawberries stuff but any new album by the band would have been welcomed after all this time, but I dared not hope for a cracking album like this. It has it all From the Sheer pop of "song.com" and "would you be so hot" to the energy of "Democracy" and "W", aswell as the haunting vocals of Vanian on "Absinth" and "Amen". The only real criticism is, was it necessary to include Captain Sensibles 5 years plus old "Neverland", but heh even this I can forgive, infact I'm beginning to like it all over again.
The Damned, after all the false dawns over the last 14 years are truly back, now I can forget the truly awful "Jack and the Beanstalk". Anyway I can't waste time writing anymore. I need to listen to the album again. Welcome back Captain all is forgiven.
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What a Damned fine Record this is ( no pun intended ). If you did not know who it was and listened to it you must be tone deaf not to say on first listen WOW. Once you know its the Damned you will quickly file yourself into two groups. On one side you will be stuck in the 1970,s and the other will quickly see what a quality bunch of material this is. Some odd subject matter which detracts nothing from actual songs and some quality playing as well. Personal faves are Amen, Absinthe, Democracy and Would You Be So Hot but really they are all great tunes. I recommend anyone just give this a chance.
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Format: Vinyl
Having listening to the Damned ever since their first single (New Rose 1976) I was surprised last year when this album was released. Didn't knew the existed any more! Anyway, although it has been a while since their former album I couldn't be more satisfied: they've gone back to the 70's! And that is, in this case, very good. Dave and the Captain has produced a number of exellent songs with (almost) the same quality as ever before. Put Damned Damned Damned, Music for Pleasure, Machine Gun Etiquette and Black Album in a pot, stir well and there you have it: Grave Disorder. Of course we all miss Rat behind the drums but you can't have it all can you? Dave (Vanian), who has been in the gravedigging business for real, can certainly be proud of this work and of puttin' things in This-order. The Damned are back!
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A very pleasant surprise this - I thought they had lost their way a bit after the heyday - Machine Gun Etiquette / Black Album period. This album feels like a natural progression of the stuff they were doing back then - not surprisingly as Captain Sensible is back in the fold and his mark is stamped all over this album. The good Captain always had an ear for a jolly decent tune (and a touch of humour) in amongst the speed and power that characterised early Damned songs. If you are a fan of theirs from those days and still like your music loud, fast and melodic, you too might be pleasantly surprised at what the band still have to offer. Nothing groundbreaking here, but vastly enjoyable stuff.
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By A Customer on 4 Aug. 2001
Format: Audio CD
15 years after the last Damned Studio Album the Band return with Captain Sensible once again Steering the pencil.
The Captain together with original cohort Dave Vanian have delivered a long awaited Masterpiece to follow Up their "strawberries" classic of 1982 . The album kicks in with no mercy from the outset and reintroduces the fans to the familiar Damned sound and biting lyrics which were missing for so long whilst Sensible was AWOL "happy talking".
Democracy, song.com., would you be so hot, stand out as the obvious single choices but it is the remaining album tracks which again grow on you and remind you of the great Damned Albums of the past and how this band can deliver a truly great album devoid of fashion swings.
there were only ever five essential Damned albums (Damned Damned Damned, Machine gun etiquette, The black Album, Strawberries, live in Newcastle) now there is a sixth. Compare that to the Sex pistols only album and the songwriting talent becomes apparent for all to see.
To all you Damned fans who were disillusioned with the various Rat scabies line ups....... miss this album at your peril.
A classic.
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