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6:66 Satans Child Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 2 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: FAB
  • ASIN: B00002EPK7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)

1. Five Finger Crawl
2. Belly Of The Beast
3. Lilin
4. Unspeakable
5. Cult W/Out A Name
6. East Indian Devil (Kali's Song)
7. Firemass
8. Cold Eternal
9. Satans Child
10. Into The Mouth Of Abandonement
11. Apokalips
12. Thrirteen

Product Description

Glenn Danzig has long treaded on the darker, heavier side of rock. From the late 1970s hardcore Misfits to the early '80s' Samhain to his '90s incarnation, Danzig, he's released a plethora of albums that, despite varying degrees of success, have always been distinguished by his compelling, distinctive, ominous voice. Much like the more successful White Zombie, Danzig's lyrics are often meant to be delivered and heard with a shared wink. And beneath the homages to horror films and underground comics, Danzig maintains a genuinely strong undercurrent of original creepiness. This outing, tinted with touches of techno/industrial, is generally strong. Though less bombastic and more mysterious than earlier efforts, Satan's Child boasts tried-and-true bottom-heavy riffing and searing guitars mixed in with mysterious, quieter interludes, making it a suitable selection for musical madness on Halloween, and beyond. --Katherine Turman

Album Description

1999 outing from Mr. Evil himself, Glenn Danzig. 12 new tracks produced by Danzig & Peter Lorimer. Several of the cuts were mixed by Orgy members Jay Gordon and Amir Derakh. The included tune 'Belly Of The Beast' is to featured in the 2000 film 'The Crow 3'.

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Format: Audio CD
Glenn Danzig once again creates a brooding, heavy, & atmospheric, yet decidedly melancholy opus throughout.
Back to the roots of deviltry --- carnal indulgence, & this time around, really giving the Devil His due.
The trio of she-devils ornamenting the entrails of this musical labyrinth of abyssal sounds are worthy decorations for this evilution.
With songs such as "East Indian Devil", "Fire Mass", & "Satans Child" {song #9, incidently}, Danzig 6:66 residing in one's collection forms the hexagon of dark erotica, in which I can picture those very she-devils undulating to the rhythms herein. In whatever genre, indeed, the Devil trulky does have the best tunes, with this work as no exception.
The cover painting is done by Simon Bisley, who depicts the veritable "Satan's Child" as a muscular dominant mass with the timelessly diabolical number of the beast deeply branded into his massive & powerful arm --- to Me, manifesting the Satanimal quite appropriately.
The added effects greatly compliment these sinister orchestrations, thus heightening this sonic experience to the hilt.
Martin Emond, creates the interior illustrations {satanimations}, which are closely of the Giger style, which is always a pleasure to the senses.
"lazie" {bass}, & "Joey C." {drums} bring forth the Danzig creation into the third dimension.
Also, contained herein is "Thirteen", thusfar only heard sung by Johnny Cash in "American Recordings", but here brought forth by Glenn Danzig in his unique & original style.
'Danzig 6:66 Satan's Child' is a welcomed addition to the Malefik Musick collection. In the vein of "She Rides" from Danzig 1, through to this # 6:66, let the dens of iniquity be opened with the keys of Hell.....
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This is Danzig's sixth studio album and was released in November 1999. It kicks off with a pair of great hard rocking tracks, "Five Finger Crawl" and "Belly Of The Best". The more melodic mood sets in for "Lilin" which features a great vocal by Glenn. One of my favorites here is "Cult Without A Name" which starts off as a slow, creepy riff then builds to a chaotic rocker. "East Indian Devil" has some amazing music to it, one of Danzig's most diverse pieces ever. Other highlights include "Firemass", "Cold Eternal", "Satan's Child" which features a great main riff, and the atmosphereic outro, "Thirteen" which has in my opinion the best lyrics of the whole album. As a whole, the album "Satan's Child" was seen as a slight return to Danzig's hard rock roots found on his first four albums, yet still had some of the experimental feel of "Blackacidevil". It's too bad this album kind of went unoticed as its really strong. Fans of his early albums who maybe gave up on him because they didn't like "Blackacidevil" should definately give this one a shot.
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By Halo on Aug. 1 2002
Format: Audio CD
I am a longtime fan of Danzig's work. In my opinion of all his Danzig albums this is probably tied for worst with Danzig 5, but it's still a kickass record. This is the first album where Danzig conceals his vocal strength, or weaknesses as may be the case.
In Danzig 5 many people hated the heavy effects on his voice, but the truth is you could still hear some of his most powerful singing on Hand of Doom, so it was more of a stylistic approach than a concealment. He stated that this would be an album that fans of his older stuff would like more, and it is more true to old form than 5, however I don't dislike the album on the merits of the muffled vocals so much as the weak songwriting. The album feels like it might be B-Side tracks to some of his stronger material, and I think this was a creative low for him.
But before you crucify me, let me state that even Danzig's B-sides is great music in comparison with most [stuff] out there. In a way he's become a victim of his own success in the same way that Star Wars was so hyped that in the end, everyone [got upset] when they saw Episode 1 (which wasn't too bad). But I'm getting away from the subject :).
This album's highlights in my opinion are Lilin, Satan's Child and Firemass. Firemass is probably my favorite and I think the creative highpoint of the album. I love how the bass sounds during a break in the drums in the beginning. There is a lot of fun in this album but in the end you kinda feel a little unsatisfied.
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Next to Danzig 4p, this is the crispest compilation of songs he has put together. 4p was very fluid with dark melody and IS one of his best. Satan's Child surpasses it only because Glenn Danzig, the Living legend, amazingly gets better at his arts with every breath he takes.
There are many refined elements of BlackAciDevil in this album. He has combined them with the essence of all of his albums to offer us Satan's Child. Many will deny this because they are not true fans of the mans musical talents and they thought that BlackAciDevil was a bad album. Danzig does not put out bad albums. He only releases excellent productions whether it is liked or not. We must remember that Glenn Danzig's attitude is PUNK to the fullest extent possible, and he does what he wants without any care about what the people want him to do. I respect him for staying true to himself and for maintaining that attitude.
Five Finger Crawl, Belly of the Beast, Lilin, Cult w/out a Name, and Firemass are my absolute favorites on this album. This is a very sexually charged album which has served as an aphrodisiac for me and my dates on many occasion. These 'Sexually charged', very well produced, slower songs, allow Glenn's amazing talents to shine through as the unique vocalist that he is. He is at his best and I am impatiently waiting in the Shadows of Hell Fire's Light for Danzig Se7en.
Smage, the Godless Agnostic.
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