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777: I Luciferi


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 11 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Musicrama
  • ASIN: B0000666ZV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #61,882 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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

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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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Oct. 15 2002
Format: Audio CD
Some people ride the line. Never to much to the left or the right. I, on the other hand, either hate or love something. Everything else is just a passing moment.
Ask someone to name 3 of their favorite albums and 3 albums that were the most disappointing to them and you will most likely get a very prompt answer. Ask the same person to name 3 of the most mediocre albums they have ever heard and they will have a loss for words.
I feel Danzig never walked that line. While most other bands leaped for the line (cough, Metallica) when greed came before the music. Danzig, I feel, has always been about the music first. He could care less if MTV or radio ever plays his music. Take Black Aria, his music transends his genre and even his voice. His music has always been about power.
If you want to feel that power soar through your veins and the evil inside you flow like a river of blood then let yourself be taken by 777:I Luciferi. Let the album grow in your mind like a seed spreading its grip over your soul.
Anyway, this album rocked. Try listening to it through your 15" sub with 400watts of juice flowing to it doing 120 on the Interstate. I love all Danzig albums, except 5 of course. I had to buy another copy of 666 because I was listening to it in my car and house so much it got all messed up. Not that I care because I will buy it again when the time comes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timothy J. Pittz on Aug. 7 2002
Format: Audio CD
I too have loved Glenn Danzig's work for much of my teenage and adult life. I consider Danzig I - IV to rank amoung the greatest metal LPs ever to see wax.
777 is simply horrible. I had low expectations going into it, and even THEY weren't met. That is all I have to say about 777.
Glenn Danzig could learn a lot from Johnny Cash's example: get back with Rick Rubin & American Recordings, strip away all the nonsense, pick up a guitar, and SING.
What could possibly be better than an ACOUSTIC Glenn Danzig LP?? Just a guitar & THAT VOICE! He was born to do it and I really wish he would.
Because ANYTHING would be better than what he's doing now.
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By Stanley Runk on 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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By A Customer on Nov. 26 2003
Format: Audio CD
Those reviewers who dismiss this by saying he can't sing anymore and that only Danzig I-IV are relevant must not listen to the whole danzig collection. Sure, danzig I-IV have a voice clarity not found on later releases, but pop in any of the old Misfits or Samhain stuff, and you would be able to see that distorted "bellering" lyrics in the style you find on this album are what you find on the majority of Danzig's recordings. Not everything has to have the vocal clarity of Snakes of Christ or Mother to be good. I actually like this album alot because his voice sounds MORE like it used to BEFORE Danzig I-IV. I mean - if some of you had reviewed Earth AD when it came out back in the day you would have probably said that the man's career was over then. I for one am glad that Danzig is NOT working with Rick Rubin - it makes his sound too polished and commercial (not to say that I don't really like those albums) but the raw sound here definitely takes him back to his roots a bit. Just remember - the "Crooner" albums (I-IV) are the minority of the Danzig experience, and I would take any of the tracks on this album over "Killer Wolf", "Heart of the Devil" or "I'm the One". Best tracks on 7 are Black Mass, Liberskull, Coldest Sun, Halo Goddess Bone, and Without Light, I am. The duds are Wicked Pussycat (this song does not fit with the rest), Angel Blake (sorry - I just can't like it) and God of Light (should have been left off the album - weak). The rest is definitely way above average.
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