- Audio CD (13 May 2000)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Sony Music Cmg
- ASIN: B00004TA9J
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,903 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Razorblade Romance CD
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H.I.M Razorblade Romance (Brand new copy of the 2000 UK 12-track CD for the 2nd album from the Finnish rock band produced by John Fryer and includes Bury Me Deep Inside Your Heart and a great version of Chris Isaaks Wicked Game booklet picture sleeve)
Top Customer Reviews
'Bury Me Deep Inside Your Heart' stands out as a particularly lovely song on this disc; Valo's lyrics and vocals are full of emotion in this track and whenever I hear it, I can't decided whether to smile or cry.
However, the best track by far (and possibly HIM's best song so far) has to be 'Razorblade Kiss'.
I'd highly recommend this to anyone just getting into HIM's music, as it really is the band at their very best. An absolutely essential purchase for any fan.
It's is a decent album but if you are new to HIM buy a Dark Light or Scream Works first which I feel are more accesible albums!
The best tracks are Sweet 666, Poison Girl, Join me in death and Right here in my arms though the rest are definately not fillers.
For people wandering if it's as good as Love metal you will feel right at home.
No-one can give this album a bad rating.
I would suggest not to buy the greatest hits but to buy every album instead half of the songs that aren't on the greatest hits
are just as good as the ones that are.
The album features re-recordings of the hits Sweet 666 and Wicked Game (these will be the ones you hear on TV and the radio) as well as a debut from drummer Gas with the band. This album is full of hits, with any track being single material. Favs for me being the gorgous Gone With The Sin, the jubilent Right Here In My Arms, and the beautiful Heaven Tonight. If you can get the American version, you get two extra tracks Sigillum Diaboli and One Last Time (also known as the 9th Circle), though the art work is not as well layed out in this version. You wont be missing anything with out these two tracks, but theyer something to collect if your already a fan. Ide personally reccomend buying the UK version first, to hear how the abum was meant to be heard.
Considered their best by many, this is the best album to buy if you want to indulge in the world of HIM.
HIM are huge in Northern and central Europe, it's aabout time they hit the big time in the UK too and took their rightful place among the other rock greats. Take it from me, take a risk a buy this album, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you do, I'd be glad to hear your opinions.
Ron Moger, UK
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Haven't met a single person who doesn't love this album. Recommended it to my girlfriend for her flight to the US and she loved it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Benjamin Brannelly
This is the best band in the world.Lucky i discover them,oh it was a good surprise.Published 22 months ago by Rosa
Love the album, sooo happy for it! . . . . . . . . . . . . .Published on 30 Sept. 2013 by Jarand Barkved