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Deliverance


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 12 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: KOCH Records
  • ASIN: B00006SFBD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #54,326 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Wreath
2. Deliverance
3. A Fair Judgement
4. For Absent Friends
5. Master's Apprentices
6. By The Pain I See In Others


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By Joel Andrews TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 11 2013
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
If you are an Opeth fan, then this needs to be in your collection! I have most of them on vinyl now, and I personally find the sound quality amazing. I also recommend going to see them live, I have seen them twice now, they are great live!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Codas Echavarri TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 9 2010
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
I bought this "Limited Collector's Edition 180-gram vinyl" because this album is one of my favourites from Opeth. For those who don't know much about Opeth, they do Death metal mixed with progressive acoustic parts, killing riffs and great ambiance, and of course vocals (both growling and clean), from Mikael Akerfeldt.

"Deliverance" is a great album in all senses of the word. The compositions are top notch, vocal work is excellent, guitars are beyond what any band is doing right now, and not because of the speed, but because of the musicality behind the riffs. Also, this album still had Martin Lopez behind the drums. Lopez is, in my opinion, one of the best metal drummers to hit the scene, particularly because of his implementation of jazz drumming into death metal.

As for the vinyl presentation, it's a gatefold vinyl. The lyrics are written inside, and a couple of pictures. As always, Opeth keeps it clean. I like the "collector's edition" sticker (and I kept it). However, the SOUND is the main attractive behind this purchase. Without getting into too many technicalities, digital mixes (such as those for CDs), are compressed in certain frequencies. MP3s can't even compete, not even at 320 kpbs. But vinyl... in vinyl it seems like everything has more ROOM. It's not as tight, and the delicacies of each instrument, specially of the drums, are much more noticeable.

Overall, the only negative thing that I have to say about this purchase is that it did take a while for the order to get here, but that's to be expected with an item such as this. It was definitely worth the wait, and for the price, this album cannot be beaten.
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Format: Audio CD
As one who prefers the heavier side of progressive metal, I thouroughly enjoyed this opeth album. It may not be there best work, but it certainly tops any other album by any other band.
Strong songs include: Wreath & A Fair Judgement
Weaker songs: None
Wreath is a great way to jump right into the album with deep growls that blend well with the tone of the music. The guitar as usual is phenominal. This song does an excellent job of making the vocals loud enough to enjoy over the instruments, but not to loud that you can't catch the drum beats in the background and the guitar. I particularly like the phase around 1:47 from heavy guitar and growling to a slightly lighter tone that ends with a drum beat and an incredibly smooth transition that has no time lost.
The transition to Deliverance is so clean that I never picked it up the first few times listening to this album. I like the change up within the first quarter of this song from heavy to light. The end of the song does a great job of co-ordinating the drums and guitars on a beat. That's talent.
A Fair Judgement, one of the lighter, but not Benighted or Harvest tone does a good job of showing off Akerfeldt's lighter vocals with no growling at all. This song is loved by many of my friends who would not normally listen to Opeth because of the savage deep growls. This song has some amazing acoustic vocal and guitar combinations.
The calmest song on the album, For Absent Friends, is a bit repetitive if heard on it's own, but it does a great job of breaking up the album's heaviness. It is short, but holds some great acoustic guitar portions.
Master's Apprentice is great work. The begining lyrics, although don't have much meaning are great for the heavy attitude of the song.
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By A Customer on June 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
Being the huge Opeth fan that I am... I had to finally get Deliverance. I have every album now. Isn't that great? But sadly, I am a bit dissapointed with Deliverance.
For one thing, Opeth gets a little heavier... not a bad thing, but they had to get a bit on the mediocre side as well.
Agh, Marty (drummer) relies too much on the double bass.
And the riffs, although still with Opeth flare, are closer to
just the plain metal riffs than ever before. And what the heck happened? Did Mikael put the guitar down for this album? Where are all the beautiful harmonizing dual guitars? Also, where is the emotion in this? All of Opeth's previous are pack jammed with emotion and a distinct feel to the music. And even if this band still feels like Opeth, it runs weak. And how about technicality? There is some prententious parts on here... like in Master's Apprentice with the broken chords... bad attempt there.
I loved Opeth for their feel and originality. And while this album still has it. It's incredibly deluted. But, if you're an Opeth fan. I'd buy this album for the collection! :)
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Format: Audio CD
This is the second weakest opeth album in my point of view. this album doesnt have alot of acoustic and heavy metal mixed songs but still some of these power up the album.
1) Wreath 11/10-incredible. one of the best heavy songs they have done with nice beat and really good melodies.
2) Deliverance 9/10-heres one of the songs that is not strong enough for opeth. it has some boring passages and way too simple beats for such a creative band.
3) A Fair Judgement 10/10- an awesome soft song. unfortunately it is a little bit too long for a soft song. and it might bore some people in the end but maybe not. its different for everyone. an excellent song.
4) For abscent Friends 11/10- a pretty touching instrumental. it carries the emotions very well. dazzles me a lot.
5) Master's Apprentices 7/10 - i did not expect to hear such a song from opeth. the music is a pretty low qality. mikael can definetely do much better than that and the album would have went perfectly fine without it. a pretty boring osng in the beginning where mikael repeats kind of the same thing over and over. bores me a bit in the beginning.
6) By The pain I see In Others 11/10- outstanding. incredible instrumentational parts. this song made me think much more of the album. it is a great finishing song. leaves an incredible impression.
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