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Wishfire Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 1 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Dancing Ferret Discs
  • ASIN: B00006GA0S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #216,063 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Before The Fire - The Cruxshadows
2. Return (Coming Home)
3. Binary
4. The Seraphs
5. Spectators
6. Tears
7. Go Away
8. The 4th Phase
9. Earthfall
10. Orphan Wing
11. Carnival
12. Resist/R
13. Roman
14. Spiral (Don't Fall)

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Format: Audio CD
This is not your average gothic darkwave band! It is powerful and passionate, with complex lyrics and themes. Other fans compare Rogue's voice to other vintage bands, but I disagree--something about it is completely different, more otherworldly and moving.
As an album, Wishfire is very strong and energetic. All the tracks (in no particular order) are very different from each other musically, but carry the same level of energy throughout. "Tears", especially, is easily the strongest track and one of my absolute favorites of the band--it has a great dance beat with amazingly different layers of sound that practically leaves your skin tingling after you hear it. I can't even describe what its like hearing this song live. <melt>
"Return" is great! After all the remixes I've heard, I just love to come back to the original.
"Binary" is another strong track, with a great chorus and violin, and haunting female spoken parts... its man struggling back and forth w/his own dual nature and with the voice of fate.
Listening to "Seraphs" I can easily envision the fiery angels he describes--this is one of Rogue's gifts, to bring mythology to a completely different level. Very powerful.
Some might go as far to say that "Spectators" is out of place on the album. It was a little surprising, because its very different from the other tracks. But I think this is intentional. It adds depth of emotion and sound to the album as a whole. Its a slower, let-it-wash-over-you, kind of song of personal strength and convictions.
"Go Away" is heartbreakingly beautiful. "The 4th Phase" is one I keep forgetting is here, but I love to rediscover--carried by violin, very unique and wonderful lyrics.
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Wishfire (ENHANCED) is the 5th full length album released by THE CRUXSHADOWS and their 8th release overall. The music is vintage THE CRUXSHADOWS; a blend of new wave, goth, EBM and electronica. Lead Singer/Songwriter Rogue's voice comes across as inspired by the drones of Gary Numan spiced with just a dash of Peter Murphy.
As with all of their CDs, Wishfire continues to exhibit the earnest, do-it-yourself epic stories that has drawn fans from all over, easily earning them the mantle of "the most successful independent goth band in the world".
"Carnival", performed with a Carnie sonic atmosphere and blanketed with lyrics that are reminiscent of the musicals such as Les Miserables, is a perfect example of the kind of quirky and honest risks that The Cruxshadows are prepared to make artistically.
On the other end of the spectrum, "Binary, "Tears" and "Resist/R" are perfectly constructed dance/club songs that are still quite deep with lyrical richness. My personal favorite is the Depeche Mode-like synthpop of "Spectators".
Wishfire contains as an added bonus, a live video performance of the hit "Eurydice, featuring their down in the trenches live performance style of their lead singer Rogue.
Ultimately, Wishfire is a wise investment for those who have heard of The Cruxshadows but have never been brave enough to purchase one of their CDs. With 14 audio tracks and the video bonus, it is a definitely a great buy.
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By "tanya_29" on Jan. 31 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of The Cruxshadows for a few years now, and I have to say this is one of my favorite CD's of theirs. I love all the songs on here, and each one tells it's own story, but The Seraphs is my favorite. It's become my rallying cry, almost...something I listen to when I need to be inspired or lifted up a bit. Rogue's words and the images they portray are a wonderful gift to the rest of us.
This band is amazingly talented, every single one of them brings a unique element to the music, and you won't be sorry you bought this cd. I've read some of the one star reviews of this cd, and I have to say that I was a little offended by them. The one saying that any goth over 12 wouldn't listen to this was just silly. Since when has goth been about one type of music?? Since when has goth not been tolerant of different genres of the music? That's not the kind of Goth I am. And the differences in styles and bands is what I love most about goth music. Listen to this CD and see for yourself.
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One of my favorite discs of all time. It's a sheer gothic masterpiece, by far one of the best albums released by the Cruxshadows.
It will have you energized and ready to do battle with your fist thrown into the air with "Seraphs", an anthem meant for the march of the front lines. Then, it will drag you back down to your knees in the darkness, swaying with your butane lighter and singing along with "Go Away", a heartwrenching ballad of lost love. But it picks you back up again and throws you into a blissful fury with "Tears" and you can't help dancing to it's tick-tock electronic rhythm. "Resist" keeps you there and demands flashing lights with its clubworthy bass and slick synth. Of course, you'll never be able to forget the CD's most (in)famous track, "Return (Coming Home)". Fueled with brilliant flashes of electric violin and lyrics that state "And though my mind is cut by battles/fought so long ago/I return victorious/I am coming home!" you can practically feel Rogue's joy and triumph. But I come to my favorite track on the disc, "Orphean Wing". It could very well be a song for Romeo as he lay in Juliet's tomb, singing words that would bring back any "dead" love. "But though the phantoms of this place/want to steal away your grace/I'll sleep beside you through the cold/I will not leave you here/And through the silence I can hear/All the fury and the fear/But I promise you, my love/I will not leave you here/For I will bury you/Where they bury me"
I could write all day on the dizzying effect of "Wishfire", but if you have it already, I'm stating the obvious. And if you aren't already pulling out your wallet, there's nothing else I can do. Long live the Cruxshadows!
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