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Awoken Broken Audiolibro, CD, Importación

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Primal Rock Rebellion es el nombre bajo el que se presenta el súper grupo de heavy metal formado por el guitarrista Adrian Smith (Iron Maiden) y vocalista Mikee Goodman (SikTh). Con Londres como base de operaciones 'Awoken Broken' es la perfecta unión entre dos leyendas con distintas mentalidades y filosofías que han demostrado ser los mejores de largo en lo suyo. Mikee es un legendario escritor, referente del spoken word y Adrian un superventas (el último disco de los Maiden fue nº 1 en 28 países) que se ha encargado de toda la parte musical. "No Place Like Home" es el primer sencillo extraído de esta docena de ya clásicos del metal.


Lista de canciones:
1. No Friendly Neighbour
2. No Place Like Home
3. I See Lights
4. Bright As A Fire
5. Savage World
6. Tortured Tone
7. White Sheet Robes
8. As Tears Come Falling From The Sky
9. Awoken Broken
10. Search For Bliss
11. Snake Ladders
12. Mirror and the Moon

Detalles del producto

  • CD de audio (28 de febrero de 2012)
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Formato: Audiolibro, CD, Importación
  • Sello: Universal
  • ASIN: B006V7RJYG
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  Disco de vinilo  |  Música MP3
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº234.600 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)
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Primal Rock Rebellion como el propio Adrian dice nada que ver con Iron Maiden. Un disco potente muy completo con riff muy clasicos (aqui si se parece a Iron Maiden) pero tambien lineas de guitarra muy actuales. Un cantante que os puede sorprender. Creo que por lo que oi es un gran disco de metal potente.
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HASH(0x973e3a50) de un máximo de 5 estrellas I really really really like this album 6 de julio de 2012
Por R. Anderson - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
It's nothing like Iron Maiden (as it shouldn't be) so don't be pulled in by the ties to that band. Primal Rock Rebellion has a unique sound all their own and I really dig it. The singer is one of a kind and has a mesmerizing voice. The songs are driving and primal. Very catchy, but very complex in their own way.

Don't judge this album on the first listen. Let it start sinking in a few times I think if you like metal you're going to dig this. One of the best new releases I've heard in a long time.
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HASH(0x98b01c00) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Rockin' album! 16 de agosto de 2013
Por Ray G - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I've always been an Iron Maiden fan, and when I heard that Steve Harris was doing a solo side project, I checked out a couple tracks, and was not really that impressed with it. I decided to give "Awoken Broken" (featuring Maiden's Adrian Smith, for those who don't know), and it is a far better and more rocking effort. It's a bit strange in some spots, but that's okay. It has enough good stuff on it to overlook the weird moments.
HASH(0x9839ba44) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great guitar, not great vocals. 20 de febrero de 2013
Por Erynn B. Peyton - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
The first time I heard Primal Rock Rebellion’s Awoken Broken my reaction was disappointment. After giving it some time and an honest chance, I’ve decided it’s not as bad as I initially thought. Adrian Smith’s guitar work is fantastic. This album is an excellent showcase of his soaring guitar abilities and creativity, much of which does not fall within the scope or vision of Iron Maiden. He experiments with many different guitar tones and down tunings among other things that Iron Maiden fans probably haven’t heard Smith do. The guitar solos alone are worth the price of admission, and the guitar riffs are an engaging and resounding triumph for the world of modern heavy metal. Smith demonstrates that he has the chops to stand alone and he holds his ground like a champion. Stand-out tracks include Bright as a Fire and White Sheet Robes.

Smith’s backing vocals are far better than Mikee Goodman’s howling, scraping, wildcat bellows, which take up far too much space on this album. Smith could have easily sung all the vocals on this album and made this a five star, 10/10 project. Lest you think otherwise, I never expected this album to sound like Iron Maiden, and I certainly didn’t expect the vocals to sound like Bruce Dickinson, but I had hoped they would be at least listenable to an avid metal-listener. I wouldn’t have minded if it had even been a death metal growl, but it wasn’t. And to be fair, Goodman sounds fine for the most part when his voice isn’t leaping and diving like a madman, reminiscent at times of nothing if not Korn’s Freak On A Leash. (A good example of this can be found within the first 00:30 of No Place Like Home, if you wish to listen no further.) I guess the word “primal” should have been a giveaway, but I didn’t think that meant the vocals would be knuckle-draggingly Neanderthal primal.

Overall it’s not a terrible album. Smith’s guitar work is transcendent, and I think it’s a great tragedy that it will largely be overlooked by the music world and even the metal world. But the greater tragedy is that Goodman’s bizarre whining and maniacal shrieking befouled Smith’s guitar genius. If you like Goodman’s voice, or at least don’t mind it, then I highly recommend this album.
HASH(0x973ea468) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Refreshing sound, Surprisingly heavy 31 de agosto de 2012
Por PMetal - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
As a longtime Maiden fan, liking both their old and new material, I knew from the song previews that this was nothing like Maiden. And for me, that's not a bad thing. For the vocals - definitely not "Lord Bruce" but also not as extreme as Black Metal. I like both styles, and so I found the dynamic style range of the singer Mikee Goodman enjoyable. He goes easily from traditional to extreme styles, and there is even a spoken word number...I actually like the singing. But the real reason I bought this was to hear what Adrian Smith had to say outside of his day job. I was pleased to hear a diverse selection of songs. Most are riff heavy and hard, with an industrial feel, but there are also some toned down melodic numbers as well. Mikee adds to this by adjusting his style within the songs to complement what the guitar is doing. I'm reminded at points of Black Album Metallica, Alice in Chains, and even Guns and Roses at points. That's just for reference, though, the sound is original and unique, and the range of vocals and song styles all are cohesive and the songs sound like they belong together. For example, Bright as a Fire has an intro that would fit in on Somewhere in Time, but quickly leads to driving, crunching, riffs, and this is broken by a lighter sung chorus. Awoken Broken immediately starts with a charging riff and races along, but in a different sound than Bright as a Fire. Finally, Mirror and the Moon is much different than No Place like Home (it's not technically acoustic, but you get the idea) but it somehow fits in with all the rest. After hearing the "heavy side" of Adrian, I really wish he could work some of this into the next Maiden album. Or, just put out another Primal Rock Rebellion record! If you are a hard rock fan, I would definitely recommend giving it a chance.
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HASH(0x98843e28) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Blew me away! 14 de octubre de 2013
Por Andrew Blunden - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Very, very 'heavy,' but it grew on me. At times, reminded me of Motorhead, in the early days.
My only concern is that this solo album, and that of Steve Harris, may signal the demise of Maiden, and that would be a f%*^^# tragedy.

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