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  • Audio CD (May 27 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Pindoff Record Sales Ltd.
  • ASIN: B00000J5YU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52,509 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nathan on June 8 2004
Format: Audio CD
Melodic Death Metal band In Flames are considered as the founders of the so-called "Gothenburg Sound" along with Dark Tranquillity (both bands from the Swedish city of Gothenburg). The music is undeniably complex filled with an orchestra of guitars shifting from melodic leads to chugging rhythm riffs. Intense vicious drumming and guttural screamed vocals round out the band's powerful metal sound, though these elements are really nothing new. The song "Colony" is full of amazing guitar riffs and pure metal energy, while the instrumental "Pallar Anders Visa" has some nice acoustic guitar and a fitting string-section keyboard line. Another outstanding piece of the album is "Coerced Existence," which is an all around great song in terms of melody, heaviness, rhythm, and vocal variation. I got "Colony" blindly because the only song I heard from the album was "Embody the Invisible," which I thought was a good song and I am not much of a fan of Death-Metal, there are very few bands I will make exception to from this genre. This is all-in all a great album, and I suggest that you get it, even if you are a fan of classic Heavy-Metal like I am, you will find this very pleasing.
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I would have to say that this album is fantasic from start to finish, however it is incomplete without Clayman. Do not even get into this disc without the total commitment of getting Clayman to go along with it. Together they are 2 of metal's true gems worthy of note on the history of the genre. The Iron Maiden influence is plain as day in the leads, yet it comes off as a true homage to a great band rather than anything else. In Flames is not the type of gateway band to sway fans of say pop-punk to metal, but they will turn a part-time fan into a true metalhead. Worthy of your time and money. These days, bands like that are rare.
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By A Customer on May 30 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is truly an amazing melodic death record. The lyrics are brilliant, the death vocals are great, the guitar solos are brilliant. But even when theyre not solo-ing, the riffs are all very interesting and epic. A true masterpiece. My favorite songs are "Embody the Invisible" and "Zombie Inc.".
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In Flames is one of those neat bands that you never really come across these days. With the radios being piled up with crap, and I know I should respect other's tastes in music, but I just have to say what it is.... bands like these come to break the barrier. While you will probably NEVER find an In Flames song on the radio, you might as well check them out. These guys are such talented musicians, and they certainly show it on this album. The two guitarists do a amazing job on the songs on this album. Solos and all, everything is just amazing, dark, and beautiful at the same time. The drumming is top notch, and typical metal drumming.. (double-bass,fast beats, lots of percussion.) Anders Friden is a great death vocalist, as it is not like the infamous cookie monster vox, nor is it a shrilling scream like Cradle of Filth or Mayhem. If you want an excellent metal album, I could suggest many, and Colony would be one. Go check this album out, you'll love it if it's your kinda music.
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The sound is changing now for In Flames on this record, its cool though because they maintain the old feel of the older stuff and start in with the ever changing style a good growing band needs! Not much to say here, its great so at least check it out if you like death metal a little slower and more melodic.
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The greatest Sweden Band, There best album yet. BUY IT :)
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By Atub on May 6 2004
Format: Audio CD
For being "probably the best band in the world", In Flames takes a lot of crap for straying from the pure death metal sound that they had in The Jester Race. Apparently, some metal fans are unaware of the fact that if all they did was release The Jester Race for 7 cds in a row, we'd all be sick of it. In Flames has matured as a band, experimented with different sounds, and tried to stay one step ahead of the hundreds of bands who want to be the next In Flames. This CD is brilliant. If you enjoy melodic death metal, buy it. now. stop reading this review, and go.
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Colony is one of in flames greatest albums that is a little harder than their newer stuff like Soundtrack to your escape wich is a little mellow. Colony provides an exellent balance of melody and of extreme emotion and power a must get for all In Flames fans everywhere.
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