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Arise-Remastered Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (Jan. 7 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000000H3W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews
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1. Arise
2. Dead Embryonic Cells
3. Desperate Cry
4. Murder
5. Subtraction
6. Altered State
7. Under Siege (Regnum Iraw)
8. Meaningless Movements
9. Infected Voice
10. Orgasmatron
11. Intro
12. C.I.U. [Criminals In Uniform]
13. Desperate Cry [Scott Burns Mix]

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Limited edition 180 gram vinyl LP pressing of the Brazilian metal band's 1991 album. Nine tracks including 'Dead Embryonic Cells', 'Murder', 'Infected Voice' and more. Roadrunner.


In their previous seven years' existence Sepultura had steadily established themselves as Brazil's premier metal outfit, but it wasn't until 1991's breakthrough album Arise that they truly captured the hearts and minds of the international rock mainstream. Subsequently re-released with the addition of four bonus tracks--including the band's monumental annihilation of Motorhead's "Orgasmatron"--Arise highlights Sepultura's irrefutable stylistic kinship to Metallica. The harmonic interplay between Max Cavalera's rock-solid rhythm work and Andreas Kisser's lead lines--on occasions the six stringed equivalent of a fully-throttled dentist's drill--is devastating. Max's tortured vocal, meanwhile, absolutely refuses to take prisoners while brother Igor's rhythmic battery is sheer, unfettered aggression. Moments of restraint, as on the quite astonishing "Altered State", merely accentuate the band's trademark brutality. Even with historical perspective, Arise retains its original ignominious appeal; an essential purchase. --Ian Fortnam

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This is definetly my favorite album of brazil's own sepultura.A must have for all fans of metal.And as a bonus you get two bonus tracks in this remastered version,a motorhead cover orgasmatron and another mix of desparate cry.I highly recomend this cd.Enjoy!!!
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The Jungle Boys, also known as Seputura have done it again with Arise. I just get a rush whenever I listen to these guys. Like Morbid Visions, Schizophrenia, and Beneath The Remains, Arise is just a pure total slamming, headbanging death/thrash metal assault that is just loaded with brutal guitar riffs, insane solos, and bobbing drums that makes you wanna thrash in your room whenever you're not in the mood for any happy ass, everything's going to be okay bullsh**. Max Cavelera's vocals get more angrier every time, and his rhythm guitarwork is just fast and superb, while lead guitarist Andreas Kisser rips out solos that are just art like. Igor Cavelera is one of the best drummers in metal, and he give out a strong performance as usual, talk about sheer brilliance. Arise, Subtraction, Desperate Cry, Murder, Dead Embryonic Cells, and the cover of Orgasmatron (originally performed by Motorhead, another one of my favorite metal bands) are the best songs. If you want to start a Sepultura album collection, I suggest you start with this album and Beneath The Remains. Happy Headbangin! The Metalbeast.
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This is some vintage thrash from a top notch act. Arise and Beneath the Remains are definately Seps two all out top thrash works. The stuff before beneath was ok but had more roots in death and black metal then straight forward thrash. i dont really know which is better but arise has better production which enables you to hear the pounding drums, and insane guitar work. along with maxes voice reaching its peak. Songs like arise, dead embryonic cells, altered state, and the amazing desperate cry are just brutal assaults. the drum work at the end of desperate cry is simply pounding. I cant say this or any other of sepultura's work is the best thrash has to offer though. that is the reason for the 4 star rating instead of 5. the second half of this cd just doesnt hold up with the material presented in the first 5 or 6 tracks. songs start to sound forced and the riffs just dont stick out as much as i would have liked. More memorable songs would have made this classic. See slayer for an example of near perfect speeed and aggession with memorable song structures to boot. Sepultura however is a very respectalbe thrash act in their own right. and influenced such bands as chimaria, hatebreed, lamb of god, and im sure the godawful slipnot as well. very good band, very good album must for thrash heads also seek beneath and chaos ad.
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The thrash era came to a close at the beginning of the 90's, with this album being perhaps that last true, classic thrash album released. Fortunately, Sepultura ensured that thrash would go out with a bang.
Though I still consider this a classic thrash album, this isn't quite a fully traditional work. Sepultura is generally classified as death-thrash, as it is generally heavier and more frequently detuned and bottom heavy than straight thrash, with much harsher vocals as well. Speaking of which, Max gives a truly killer performance here, full of rage and power with out overdoing it. He's particularly strong on the Motorhead cover, Orgasmatron. Igor gives a rather straight forward, but still remarkably pummeling and impressive performance on the drums, which provides an outstanding base for the grinding but still lightning fast rhythm work. Surprisingly, despite the intensity and general lack of melody, the work here is frequently somewhat catchy, with most of the tracks having a memorable vocal line, which generally found in the chorus. Many excellent metal albums blur by with out leaving a real impression on the first listen. Not so for Arise. Not to imply that this is an overly simplistic and thus quickly forgotten work. Tracks like Desperate Cry and Altered State are lengthy and complex and demand attention. Still this isn't, overall, nearly as complex as latter era Metallica or Death, which I feel can be a good thing, sometimes. As much as enjoy the progressive elements, the straight-up raging intensity of tracks like Murder, Arise and Infected Voice is refreshing. Aside from the aforementioned tracks there are still a number of medium length tracks which smoothly alternate from relatively slow, behemoth riffs to staccato Slayer-esque speed.
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In my opinion, this is Sepultura's best album. Not to say that they didn't record good music after this one (far from it), but to me, this is the epitome of their classic style, before they ventured into a more risky, and in many ways more creative format of albums like Roots.
As I said, this album represents the old Sepultura, and it builds upon what they did in Beneath the Remains, for instance. The songs are fast and furious, and they follow an easily discernible thrash format with lots of technical profiency. The production quality is one of the best I've ever encountered in a metal album, with tight and mighty, yet surprisingly clear distorted guitar sounds, bright leads, and a superbly miked drumset. Listen to the double bass at the end of Desperate Cry with the volume knob cranked way up, and I swear you'll feel like there's an earthquake going on and your house is gonna crumble.
In my mind, Sepultura was one of the most important bands of metal in the late eighties and early nineties, and this particular work is a must for fans of this type of music. You won't regret getting this CD. It's worth your money and your time.
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