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Iced Earth


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  • Audio CD (June 5 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000005HL0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,500 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Iced Earth
2. Written On The Walls
3. Colors
4. Curse The Sky
5. Life And Death
6. Solitude
7. Funeral
8. When The Night Falls


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By A Customer on July 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a good debut album all in all. It suffers somewhat from the subpar production and from the vocalists terrible singing. but all the elements (atmospheric songwriting, intricate metal) that make this band great are intact. Like the above reviewer said dont buy this album first, start with anything else in their catalogue, once you listen to iced earth your sure to become a real fan of the group.
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By A Customer on June 22 2004
Format: Audio CD
Iced Earth's first album. They definitely had an impact on the underground metal scene. The songs are classics, but the vocals are HORRIBLE, like a really bad Rob Halford impression. Thank goodness they traded him out. Otherwise, it's a great album.
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Format: Audio CD
first, i just gotta say that the vocals on this album are truly horrible. I mean, this guy (adams) makes dave mustaine look like matthew barlow. I am so glad that jon did not let this guy on their other cds. he is truly one of the worse, if not worse, singers I have ever heard in my life.
now with that out of the way, every thing you loved about iced earth is intact: catchy, faced past songs, heavy guitar, amazing solos, really good sense of melody and the ever famous presence of the mixture of thrash metal and power metal rolled into one chugging iron maiden on steroids sound.
i feel that this album is very underrated. no one seems to mention this album when praising iced earth. ignore the vocals; a lot of bands (megadeth, exodus) have horrible singers but still manage to kick butt....just like this cd and this band.
Tracks 1 through 5 are just in your face rockers. Track 6 and 7 are instrumentals, with track 7 being one of the best ones i have ever heard but track 6 is just a stupid short interlude; waste of my time. Then track 8 finishes off the album nice and heavy just like it began.
all in all, it's definatly my least favorite iced earth album but that doesn't mean I hate it (i'm listening to it as i type this actually hehhe) and it could have been much better (left out track 6 and addes one more song) but it's still the great beginning of one of the best bands of all frickin time. enjoy!
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By Rocker_Man on April 20 2004
Format: Audio CD
Iced Earth (1991.) Iced Earth's first album.
In the eighties, heavy metal reigned supreme. But when the nineties came around, the rock music industry took a complete turn, and most of the "classic" metal bands slowly died out or changed their sound drastically to the point that no one liked them anymore. But, through the course of the nineties, one little metal band beautifully demonstrated that metal was far from dead - a little band called Iced Earth. Formed by guitar genius Jon Schaffer in the latter years of the eighties under the name Purgatory, the band got a record deal thanks to their demos, and in 1991, with vocalist Gene Adams at the helm, the band recorded their first full-length album. Read on for my review.
The band kicks things off with the title track. This is an excellent opening track, and it demonstrates beautifully that Jon Schaffer is one of the finest guitarists out there. Why is this guy so underrated? Track number two, Written On The Walls, is an interesting track in that it is a fast-paced heavy rocker featuring a melodic, acoustic interlude. For most bands, fusing these two styles into a single song would be a death trap, but Iced Earth pulls it off like it's nothing at all. Colors is another classic metal masterpiece. The next track, To Curse The Sky, isn't a whole lot different than its predecessors, but it's still a solid track overall. Next up we have Life And Death. This one starts slow and gloomy, but before you know it you have another all-out thrasher on your hands. An acoustic instrumental sequence entitled Solitude comes next, which fades into the next track - Funeral. Funeral is another instrumental, although it is divided into two separate parts by a vocal interlude. Once again, Schaffer steals the show with his guitar mastery.
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By N. Dunn on March 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
Iced Earth's debut is one of the most RIFFtastic things I've ever heard. From Schaffer's pulverizing rhythm guitar to the soft melodic interludes...this has got it all. Gene Adam's vocals are not the most polished, and his goofy high-pitched wail may take a little getting used to in certain spots, but even that can't diminish the greatness of this album.
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