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777: I Luciferi

Danzig Audio CD
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
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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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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 Samhain like sound, but more modern Nov. 26 2003
By A Customer
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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5.0 out of 5 stars I had almost given up on him Oct. 29 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
After the dissapointing Danzig 5, the awful Satan's Child, and the abominably wretched Live on the Left hand side, I had NEARLY written Glenn off. Danzig 7 had been out for a while, and I hadn't even thought about buying it. But Halloween came rolling around, and out comes the Samhain collection, and next thing you know, I'm fired up enough to give Danzig 7 a shot. Boy am I glad I did - it is one of his best. Danzig himself is very solid on this album. It is a million times better than 5, 6, or that live piece of crap put together. The only thing is that Todd Youth seems a bit "rigid" or might I say "mechanical" for Danzig's band. If you listened to him in Prong - you can hear what I mean. The music here is very good - I could only imagine how this album would have sounded with John Christ, Chuck Biscuits and Eerie Von. No one will ever touch that original lineup, but this album comes as close as any ever will.
Best tracks - Black Mass and Liberskull. Those two can hang with anything from the Danzig catalog.
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4.0 out of 5 stars He's 47 and obviously still has what it takes. Feb. 5 2003
By Duane
Format:Audio CD
Glen Anzalone of New Jersey has proved to his fans across the world that he still is the master of his domain. Despite the opinions of over-zealous critics, and people who trash him just because of who he is, this album is a standing testament that Glenn Danzig still has his heavy, dark, brooding sound and can put that onto an album w/ the greatest of skill.
Glenn's darker-sounding style of music was most prevalent on the Samhain years w/ albums like Unholy Passion, and November-Coming-Fire. He later again delved seriously into it as Danzig w/ his phenomenal(and that doesn't even come close to good-enough wording) albums of How The Gods Kill, and Danzig-4p.
He did, admittedly, take a different turn w/ Blackacidevil, and part of 666-Satan's Child, but really, how can we persecute the guy for doing so? He tried something new w/ Blackacidevil(and if you check out the right tracks, it is not that bad of an album, just not traditional Danzig), tried again, w/ a little more traditional Danzig-style in 666-Satan's Child; trying to carry on what was his band after the original member's parted ways. I think also it should be noted that people forget that Glenn Danzig also handles his own Comic-book company of Verotik...and also was working on an anime series of a Veritok character "Satanika". W/ all that said, I think the man did pretty damn well juggling a comic book company, trying to regroup the band of Danzig, and make an album.
777- I Luciferi shows exactly the talent Glenn Danzig still retains. Through over 25 years in the music industry, he proves he still has what it takes to stay w/ his evolving fanbase's needs and produce a heavy-sounding album; not just stuck on the same old sound like so many bands out there.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent
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?
Published on Aug. 1 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars back to the basics
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. Read more
Published on July 10 2004 by skipper x
1.0 out of 5 stars Hidden Track!
This wasn't a bad album, but I especially liked the hidden track titled "I Got Knocked Out in Tuba City." Good Stuff!
Published on July 7 2004 by "mitchb124"
5.0 out of 5 stars A Return To Sorts
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. Read more
Published on May 2 2004 by HeadbangerDuh
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent
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... Read more
Published on March 12 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank God He has Retrurned!!!
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... Read more
Published on Feb. 13 2004 by Asshunt
5.0 out of 5 stars Danzig Never Went Away
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. Read more
Published on Jan. 13 2004 by Joseph Johnson
5.0 out of 5 stars Very old and still one of the greatest singers ever.
Though Danzig hasn't ever really had a guitarist that ruled; he and his band still dominate. He is old and still could be on the radio if people got over his age. Read more
Published on Dec 13 2003 by Nick
5.0 out of 5 stars This album is great
All these people complaining about Blackacidevil and 6:66 are babies and are probably only Danzig fans and not Samhain and Misfit fans. Read more
Published on Dec 5 2003 by Michael Gonnella
5.0 out of 5 stars album kicks ass
this album is great, cept for a few weak songs (god of light is pretty damn weak, though not bad enough for me to skip it). Read more
Published on Nov. 28 2003
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