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3rd from the Sun (Ltd) [VINYL] Limited Edition, Import

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  • Vinyl (14 July 2009)
  • Limited Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Import
  • Label: Cleopatra
  • ASIN: B002BEXE3S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 617,254 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
Not sure if this Chrome CD has [again] been reissued since the Cleopatra label put it out on a 2-on-1 pressing awhile back. Either way - this is no doubt a real find. First up, you get to fully experience the ground-breaking Chrome noise-industrial classic lp 'Third From The Sun' ('81) where guitarist Helios Creed and vocalis Damon Edge really shines. Best tunes, hands down include the title cut "Third From The Sun", "Shadow Of A Thousand Years" and the truly amazing "Armagedon" (in fact, I believe Helios Creed still plays this song during his live shows). Next up, it's Chrome's 'Into The Eyes Of The Zombie King' ('84) - but Creed wasn't on this Chrome sawnsong effort, so it obviously isn't AS good nor heavy as 'Third From The Sun'. But it definitely deserves a three-star rating - it's not bad. With Damon Edge wailing on the lead crooning to songs like the somewhat slamming "Trip The Switch" and "Humans In The Rain". Edge's real name was Thomas Edward Wise - if it matters. Recommended.
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Despite the inclusion of two essential 17 minute plus remastered original 12" mixes of Beacons To The Eye & Gehenna Lion (Gehenna to Canaan), on this 9 track remastered edition of Chrome's classic '3rd from the sun' album it's a great shame that this edition opens with the 7" version (2min 37secs) of arguably the bands finest moment: 'Firebomb', at the expense of the original album version in all it's 3 minute & 45 second glory! The 7" version, which can also be found on the Chrome Box, is undoubtedly taut, lean & sound's magnificent but for lover's of the original album you may well miss the complete album version in what would have been it's first properly remastered form. This is especially frustrating as there appears to have been space for both versions. Just a small gripe, but worth mentioning for the true Chrome-heads out there! A 5 star release none the less!

N.B. This is not the 2 for 1 edition of 3rd From The Sun with Into The Eye's Of The Zombie King or the one with Damon Edge's Grand Vision's doubled up with it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars N.B. COLLECTOR'S!!!! 23 Jun. 2013
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Format: Audio CD
Despite the inclusion of two essential 17 minute plus remastered original 12" mixes of Beacons To The Eye & Gehenna Lion (Gehenna to Canaan), on this edition of Chrome's classic '3rd from the sun' album it's a great shame that this edition opens with the 7" version (2min 37secs) of arguably the bands finest moment: 'Firebomb', at the expense of the original album version in all it's 3 minute & 45 second glory! The 7" version, which can also be found on the Chrome Box, is undoubtedly taut, lean & sound's magnificent but for lover's of the original album you may well miss the complete album version in what would have been it's first properly remastered form. This is especially frustrating as there appears to have been space for both versions. Just a small gripe, but worth mentioning for the true Chrome-heads out there! A 5 star release none the less!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Firebomb from Gehenna 28 April 2012
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Format: Audio CD
3rd from the Sun is perhaps Chrome's finest hour, though admittedly it's hard to argue with such incendiary masterpieces the group produced in the late 70's, including Alien Soundtracks and Half-Machine Lip Moves. TFTS would turn out to be Helios Creed's final album with the group, but he certainly went out in a blaze of glory, giving perhaps his best performance as axe murderer supreme on the seven songs (plus two bonus tracks) that comprise this CD. The appropriately titled "Firebomb" instantly thrusts you into Chrome's mutated deviant universe with Creed's incredible guitar mayhem, the Stench brothers' industrialized nuclear drive rhythm section, and of course nominal leader Damon Edge's sci-fried surrealist lyrics of tyranny, mutation and psychosexual apocalypse. Creed's indescribably brutal guitar work on "Firebomb" climaxes halfway through with one of the most chaotic, twisted solos ever waxed to vinyl or burned to CD--like the sonic equivalent to biting down on a piece of tinfoil. The driving "Future Ghosts" is quintessential Chrome: mechanized drum & bass chemistry, Edge's manic Iggy-influenced howl, and Creed's chainsaw guitar pyrotechnics. "Armageddon," with its chilling nuclear holocaust lyrics and thunderous Creed guitar riff simply annhilates everything in its path. It's like a heat-seeking missle on a suicide mission. "Heart Beat" features Edge's gritty, malevolent wail of repressed sexual frenzy on top of Creed's full metal jacket guitar assault and the massive, nearly monolithic drumming of John Stench. The title track as well as the creepy, crepuscular "Shadows of a Thousand Years" continue the firestorm in progress with towering infernos of power chords, eerie off-kilter vocals (courtesy of both Edge and his then consort Fabienne Shine), and explosive electronic bursts from Edge's Moog synthesizers. The two bonus tracks (also available on the Chrome Box set) are very much at home on TFTS with their assault & battery guitar attack and Edge's doom and gloom lyrics. In retrospect, 3rd from the Sun is a grim commentary on the inevitable future of the inhuman race, and a terrifying prelude to the nuclear storm on the horizon.
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