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777: I Luciferi

Danzig Audio CD
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1. Unendlich
2. Black Mass
3. Wicked Pussycat
4. God of Light
5. Liberskull
6. Dead Inside
7. Kiss The Skulln
8. I Luciferi
9. Naked Witch
10. Angel Blake
11. The Coldest Sun
12. Halo Godess Bone
13. Without Light, I Am

Product Description


If Ozzy Osbourne is the self-anointed Prince of Darkness, what does that make Glenn Danzig? The Duke of Doom, perhaps? Since the early 1980s with the Misfits and Samhain, then from 1988 with his eponymous band, the distinctive tenor of Glenn Danzig has driven his foreboding goth metal. I Luciferi stays true to his successful, occasionally silly gloom-grind formula, as evidenced by song titles such as "Black Mass," "Naked Witch," and "Dead Inside." "Kiss the Skull" smacks of Marilyn Manson’s militant "Beautiful People," though it’s not as memorable, while the funeral, churchy, Type O Negative-like "The Coldest Sun" and the scorching "Halo Goddess Bone" are two more standouts. "Without Light, I Am" is a suitably spooky closer to this surprisingly strong showing. -- Katherine Turman

Album Description

The untouchable legacy will undoubtedly be strengthened with this 2002 release on Spitfire Records. 13 tracks including 'Black Mass', 'Liberskull', 'Naked Witch' & 'Halo Goddess Bone'.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Aug. 2 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I am a big fans of Misfits, samhain and Danzig. This album is totaly amazing!! All songs are goods and for me is the best album since Danzig 4. A very good Doom metal album?
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1.0 out of 5 stars Kiss The A....... July 12 2004
Format:Audio CD
Danzig's career has fallen much like the angels he sings about. 7 continues his losing streak even further, though it's not as bad as 5. Now, for many years I was a Danzig fanatic. I can honestly say that there couldn't have been many Danzig fans bigger than me(in the tri-county area anyway). The man had achieved almost godlike status with me. But it wasn't just Glenn, I liked the band. I really liked John Christ. I don't care what anyone says, the band just isn't as good without the original members, though Glenn would beg to differ. At this point he thinks that he can record anything and it'll be considered genius. I read an interview where he's going off on nu-metal. This is hypocritical considering you'll find some of that here, as well as his previous album. In fact, he's got a song here where he does some half-assed nu-metal rap-type vocals. That should tell you right there how far he's fallen. All I need now is for Don Henley to do a song with death metal vocals and I'll have heard it all. And what's with his voice anyway? Has Glenn fallen ill or is he just old and burned out? His vocals were some of the most unique in metal, as we all know. To me, this further indicates that he just doesn't care like he used to. There are little bits here and there to indicate the potential this album might have had, but the fans don't want to settle for bits of songs or ideas when it comes to Danzig. Back in the day when you bought a Danzig album, you could almost guarantee loving practically every second of it. You could play that first Danzig album a million times over and love it every single time. On this album you get sick of some songs less than a minute through. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars back to the basics July 10 2004
Format:Audio CD
better than the talentless danny and his rearsidequeens
when danny gets some class come back some day. oh wait danzigs last tour is upon us. complete with a reunion with doyle of the misfits
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1.0 out of 5 stars Hidden Track! July 7 2004
Format:Audio CD
This wasn't a bad album, but I especially liked the hidden track titled "I Got Knocked Out in Tuba City." Good Stuff!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Return To Sorts May 2 2004
Format:Audio CD
After the truly atrocious Blackacidevil and Satans Child, Danzig returns to his real sound, well maybe not his real sound, but a very good one. Gone is the drum machine clatter of his previous two albums and in comes a Type O Negative-ish sound. Now this is metal! The songs have a dark undertone while Glenn shouts and screams. Many reviewers say this has an industrial tinge. A word of warning : it does not have an industrial tinge whatsoever. This is just good old goth metal, in the style of Type O Negative, as I said before. But some problems do arise in the lyric sheet. Why do only some songs have lyrics printed in the booklet, while others do not? I am left to ponder on this mystery
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent March 13 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Un des meilleurs albums de Danzig selon moi. L'album est très bon. Ne vous fiez pas aux connards qui chiâlent sur le video ''Kiss the Skull'' et qui disent que Danzig devient MTV. L'album n'a rien de commercial et sonne comme un vraie coup de pied au cul!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Thank God He has Retrurned!!! Feb. 13 2004
By Asshunt
Format:Audio CD
This Album is the best from him since 4. Now I liked the industrial tones of blackacidevil and satans child was pretty mixed between the 4th album and 5th, But this returns you to what was lucifuge and how the gods kill. I mean personaly I liked watching him grow into new ideas and explore territory but when it gets down to it, this album is in your face. I loved how the songs " the Coldest Sun and Liber Skull" were set up. The chourses were loud and powerful!! The pace of theses songs make you wanna scream with darkened happiness. Dead Inside is an ass kicker!! Here is this simple melodic song that Just breaks out in chaos on the chorus. Brilliant!! Angel Blake is simpy just haunting!! Reminds me of how the gods kill.... He is a Pioneer and this album should be givin a try!!! It will bring you back into his dark circle... believe me you have strayed to long untill you hear this album!!! Cheers!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Danzig Never Went Away Jan. 13 2004
Format:Audio CD
The intro, Unendlich is a refreshing change from Overture of the Rebel Angels. Black Mass is a sing along favorite- "the bornless one"- hell yeah. Wicked Pussycat is S & M. God of Light is about Lucifer. Dead Inside is tongue in cheek heaviness. The title track rips. Kiss the Skull shoes Mr. Brian Warner who's boss. Listen to Halo Goddess Bone, The Coldest Sun and the rest quality album closers. Easily one of the heaviest Danzig releases and a cult album, like it's predecessor Satans Child. Mainstream fans didn't either this or Satans Child, they got the first Thrall-Demonsweatlive. Most of those trendy fans are now gone.
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