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Interzone Mantras


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 16 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00005RKTS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,400 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Interzone
2. Angels
3. The Master & Margarita
4. Apathy
5. Soulbreaking
6. Lullaby
7. Must Must
8. White Water Siren
9. Cathartik
10. Dust To Gold
11. Requiem
12. Mantra

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By Mark on Feb. 28 2010
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD for one song that I had scene on Much Music. It has a very cool cover and then kinda put it away. I put in on one day and listened to the whole thing and began to discover one of what would become one of my favourite albums of all time. What a simply fantastic album!!!! It takes a bit to grow on you but if after listening to this album a few times and begin to get it's genius you will be rewarded with one of the most solid albums anywhere. LOVE the opus - Mantra! What a fine album from one of the finest Canadian rock bands of all time! Love it!
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Feb. 24 2007
Format: Audio CD
Canadian rock'n'roll is finally getting itself on the front pages of music magazines. So it's a shame that the recently disbanded Tea Party is still largely obscure.

So put away the other wonderful Canadian bands for a moment (I love Arcade Fire and Broken Social Scene, okay?), and explore a darker, wilder niche. This Canadian band seems like the love child of the Doors and Led Zeppelin, and "the Interzone Mantras" shows them off at their blistering, hypnotic best.

In a way, it's a concept album: The songs roam all over the musical board, whether it's heartbreaking violin ballads, or teeth-rattler rock'n'roll that Led Zeppelin would not be ashamed of. It explores the faces of hopelessless, evil, apathy and the "the beautiful abyss," before turning out beautiful songs like "White Water Siren" and the finale "Mantra," which come to the conclusion that "love is all we have/love is all we need."

The best of the bunch is undoubtedly "The Master and Margarita," based on Mikhail Bulgakov's novel about the devil roaming 1930s Moscow. "So now that your faith's gone who are you going to trust?/now that your conscience is crawling in the dust!" Martin sneers, sounding both seductive and frightening.

But good as that song is, it's not the most striking. Martin wrote "Soul Breaking" about a letter a girl sent him, about her sexual abuse. You can hear the raw emotion as he sings, "You can't seem to run away/because every time the past's awakened/every time your soul starts breaking..." It may be one of Tea Party's finest songs ever.

A lot of critics label Tea Party as pretentious. Well, if it's pretension, then it's the best kind.
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Format: Audio CD
I like the 3rd and 4th tracks best, especially the harmony in "Master and Marguerita". But there are other good ones on here too. Another good effort from one of my favorite bands!
David Rehak
author of "Love and Madness"
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Format: Audio CD
This album is by far one of my favorite album of all time. This cd is worth every penny.
Interzone-great intro to the cd this song is cool 4/5
Angels-This is one of tea party single from this cd, it does not sound like a tea party song. this song has more of and mainstream rock vibe to it, but it's a really good song 5/5
Master in magirita- I really like this song, the guitar riffs are a killer in this one, so is the drums. 5/5
Apathy-this song is one of my lest favorite song on the album, to me it doesn't really stand out. 2/5
Soulbreaking-This song is the most emotional song on the cd, Jeff martin recived a mail from a teenage girl and in the letter she wrote that she was being sexual abuse by her father, so jeff martin made this song from that letter dedicating it to her and other women who are going thru the same problem.5/5
lullaby- Ah...another favorite, this song has that gothic vibe to it. everything is good in it, from the drums, bass, and guitar
5/5
Must Must- Another great long, catchy song, great drums and guitar. - 5/5
white water siren- This song sound like this old tea party, it has that eastern feeling in it with a little alternertive vibe to it. 4/5
Catharik- One of my favorites on the album, great beat. The guitar work in this song is amazing from the chourus, verse, and the killer solo. The lyrics are very strong in this song. 5/5
Dust to gold- another one of my favorites on this album, great guitar work and lyrics 5/5
Requiem- great guitar work in hear also, great chorus, but sometimes it reapeats a little too much, other than that it's a really great song. 4/5
Mantra- Ah, this song is a killer, it sounds eastern and it has a great vibe to it. Again the guitar work is amazing, also the drums and everything is superb! 5/5
If your a tea party fan this is a must, i think that this is one of their best work. Everything about this album is amazing from top to bottom. TEA PARTY RULEZ!!!!!!!!!!!
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Format: Audio CD
As a long-standing Tea Party fan I of course bought this album the day it came out. I wasn't initially impressed because of some of the things people have already said - it really didn't feature the instrumental interludes and Middle Eastern instruments that we've all come to know and love in the Tea Party.
But after putting it away for 4 months and taking it out again I realised what a truly great album this is. The entire album comes across as having been written as one big production with chapters rather than the almost "greatest hits" style albums one normally hears in alternative and popular music today. It bucks and sways, slowing down near the end into the laidback Dust to Gold, leading into the soulful Requiem and then building into a massive crescendo with Mantra.
It's one of those addictive CDs you can't get enough of. It's not the same as Splendor Solis or Edges of Twilight, but it's different, not better or worse.
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