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Christ Illusion Explicit Lyrics

4.1 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Aug. 8 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B000G75AE8
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,983 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Flesh Storm
2. Catalyst
3. Eyes Of The Insane
4. Jihad
5. Skeleton Christ
6. Consfearacy
7. Catatonic
8. Black Serenade
9. Cult
10. Supremist

Product Description

"Christ Illusion" is Slayer's first new studio album since 2001, and the first recorded by the band's original line-up - Kerry King (guitars); Tom Araya (bass, vocals); Jeff Hanneman (guitars); Dave Lombardo (drums) - since 1990's "Seasons In The Abyss". "Christ Illusion" was produced by Josh Abraham and executive produced by Rick Rubin. "Christ Illusion" deals with familiar Slayer themes - god, religion, hate, and war.

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Format: Audio CD
Same style and bag of tricks as always,which is getting a little old and predictable. The thing that made the band's classic three albums (Reign In Blood, South of Heaven, & Seasons in the Abyss) so incredible was their willingness to experiment. Unfortunatle, Kerry King wrote most of this album, and he pretty much writes the same song about the same subject over and over again. Personally, I think the songwriting collaborations of Jeff Hanneman and Tom Araya have made for some of the best and interesting Slayer songs over years (Jihad on this album would be an example). Dave Lombardo back on drums is a huge bonus, giving this album more of that classic Slayer drive. If you really like Slayer, you'll like this. However, I wouldn't recommend it as someone's first Slayer album. Go with one of the classic three.
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Format: Audio CD
Slayer returns with a raw and an aggressive album and it clear from listening to this album that Slayer is on top of their game. They have proved exactly why they are one of the heaviest metal bands out there. Only a few bands are heavier. I became a fan of Slayer with the release of their album, Decade of Aggression and Divine Intervention. Slayer has released a great album. Slayer proved exactly why Christ Illusion is one of the best metal releases of 2006. Hats off to Slayer for remaining true to heavy metal and not selling out like other bands.
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Format: Audio CD
The DVD featured the Grammy-winning song, Eyes of the Insane- which won best metal performance. Cult, Jihad, Black Serenade and Final Six are the best songs on this album. The DVD features a live performance of South of Heaven from their upcoming live CD. Slayer has delivered a classic album with Christ Illusion and I have to wonder why they repackaged the album- unless it was for the hardcore fans who can't get enough of Slayer. Either way, it's still one of the best metal albums from 2006.
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Format: Audio CD
This is hands down the best Slayer offering since Lombardo left. A very strong effort, some fast ones too. Only a couple weak tracks, unlike God Hates Us All, which was mostly weak. I'm giving it a 5 not because it's as good as Reign In Blood, but because for this day and age, it's awesome! The best album released this year, it blows away Tool's 10,000 Days, which was very disappointing. Dave was sorrily missed while he was away. Long Live Slayer!
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