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Black Ash Inheritance

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1. Goliaths Disarm Their Davids
2. Gyroscope
3. Acoustic Medley
4. Behind Space - Live

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Album Details

Four track shaped CD EP.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
BLACK ASH INHERITANCE is great, and the look of it is better July 4 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The CD is shaped like the diamond shaped emblem featured on each of In Flames' covers. Just to look at this "ninja-star" of a CD is cool. Not to mention the opening track: "Goliaths Disarm Their Davids" which I want playing at my funeral. Gyroscope is also another classic track on Black Ash which is also on "Whoracle". The Acoustic Medley and the "Live" version of Behind Space make you want this awesome cd to have more tracks to it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
My only gripe is.......... Aug. 24 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The CD is't round!! Unless you have a discman or a tray style CD player, you'll have a really hard time listening to this one. I can't even listen to this in my car (I tried and I had to take my car's cd player apart to get it out) Oh well, the price you'll pay for basically one new song. The one song, by the way IS one of the best songs EVER.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Just Get It With "The Jester Race" May 22 2005
By Nick Watkins - Published on
Format: Audio CD
As most In Flames fans know by now, this entire EP has been re-released on the remastered edition of IF's 1995 masterpiece The Jester Race. So don't freak out if you want this album but you don't have 50+ dollars lying around, because you get it all, except for the amazing CD case / packaging thing this EP supposidly comes in. So yeah, just go ahead and get this with "The Jester Race", because it does have everything the original has, but if you want THIS version because of the case or whatever, collect some money and go right ahead. But yes, this EP is awesome, but definetly NOT worth $50, as the only real exlusive track is "Goliaths Disarm Their Davids". The track "Gyroscope" was also released in exactly the same form on 1997's "Whoracle", and the "Acoustic Medley" is a few songs from "The Jester Race", such as "Artifacts of the Black Rain" and "Moonshield" medlied together on the acoustic guitar. Then there's "Behind Space" live, which is a great song, but the live quality is horrid. It's cool to hear IF live and raw, but it's really not all that special. So yeah, just pick this up with "The Jester Race" and save a buck.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Insane May 6 2002
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The first track(and only real new song) Is Goliaths Disarm Their Davids, this is the BEST In flames song ever written. The other songs include Gyroscope which is included on "Whoracle." The Acoustic Medley which is decent but not anything amazing. And a live version of behind space, again decent but not the main attraction. Also this CD is shaped like The band's Jester Head logo which is also really cool.
One of the Reasons In Flames Became a Global Phenomenon May 8 2012
By Craig Hamilton - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is one of In Flames earlier efforts. The band was younger, and the angst is detectable in their sound. When I listen to this album, I think this is a band that is out to prove, if not pioneer, a career. It's is like listening to a band that likes nothing more than to get an audience dancin' with their thrashy death n' roll. I hear the melancholy on this album, and it is like I am listening to a band steeped with desire to prove themselves that is so strong that their guts are in knots just trying to get it out.
I can't speak for their home country, but when this cd was released, hardly anybody in America had heard of them. It wasn't until Whoracle that people started catching on to this band.
I like to refer to this genre as death n' roll. I didn't invent the term. I would say the first death n' roll I ever heard was Carcass. Basically, death n' roll takes the catchiness of pop punk and combines it with death metal or black metal. This style may be more commonly known as thrash, though I have never heard In Flames billed as a thrash band. This music isn't fast enough to call speed metal, and it isn't technical enough to call progressive metal, and it isn't heavy enough to call death metal, and personally I never figured out what black metal is.
This is an excellent album, and definitely one of In Flames best efforts. There are lots of catchy pop like hooks, but with a darker sound. One of the problems with this album is that it all sounds the same. For example, you could cut and paste just about any part of one song in this album and put it in a different place, and essentially, it would be the same album as before.