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Sepultura(埋葬) -《Arise》Plus Bonus Tracks[MP3]

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    发行时间1991年04月02日
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    语言英语
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专辑英文名Arise
音乐风格摇滚
资源格式MP3
版本Plus Bonus Tracks
发行时间1991年04月02日
地区美国
语言英语
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艺术家在听众心目中存在重要的第一印象。在咨询缺乏的中国,国外艺人留给打口一族的第一印象是好是坏只能凭运气,因为我们只能逮着什么听什么(现在情况有所好转)。运气好的,第一次听某支乐队,一逮就是代表作,经典,里程碑。我是属于运气极霉的,第一次总是天才打瞌睡,灵感短路的作品,所以留给我坏印象的乐队有一堆,其中不乏IRON MAIDEN,JUDAS PRIEST这样的宗师,之后就是艰难的形象修复功程。SEPULTURA也不例外,第一次就是ARISE。专集的封面设计就很粗糙,乱七八糟一堆,依稀能看出好象是一个长了一对螯的怪物的头部,似乎被挤压碎了,右下角那蜿蜒曲折的围墙里边是什么,我水平有限,实在看不出来。一个不能表达作者思想情感的封面,无疑是失败的。想想死亡金属界其他乐队的封面,虽然血腥,残忍,单制作精良,其中不乏佳作。再看看SEPULTURA以前的专集,也挑不出什么好封面,看来已经是老毛病了。内容更糟,给我的感觉就是四个运动员在演奏,头脑简单,四肢发达。专集好象没经过什么编排,整体感非常差。四件乐器加上人声都急着抢着表现,没有主次,没有过渡,没有变化,从头到尾一个速度一涌而上。使我好象在听GRINDCORE(要真是GRINDCORE还好了)——枯燥使我昏昏欲睡,但嘈杂的声响又让我提心吊胆——痛苦!主唱表面上是标准的死亡腔,但在其他人的争风中,显得非常之苍白。吉他从思想上到技术上都简单化,RIFF就是节奏拨弦,SOLO则是一堆音符的高速无机组合。贝司不知在干什么。最讨厌的是整张专集中充斥着吊镲连击发出的像毒蛇吐信私的恶心声音。此外,还有几个地方声音忽然变小模糊......喂!有没有搞错?好歹也是张钻眼磁带,效果如此之差!其实这张专集也不是一无是处,有不少优秀的思路如流星般飞逝而过,灵光乍现,让人在捉摸不透之余也带些惋惜。SEPULTURA准确的说不是一支死亡乐队,它既没死亡的外壳内核也做的不够,应该是介于 THRASH/DEATH之间。上世纪九十年代初,这些THRASH/DEATH的过渡型,基本上都陷入了SEPULTURA式的尴尬。有寿终正寝的,有苟延残喘的,有误入歧途的,也有浴火重生的。SEPULTURA无疑是最后一种,看在这个份上,我给专集过半的分。(本段节选于偏执狂金属网 - Incubus原文 感谢恁的提供)

死亡金属乐队Sepultura(葡萄牙语“埋葬”)乐队于1984年成立于巴西的Belo Horizonte,成员包括主唱麦克思·卡瓦莱拉(Max Cavalera)和鼓手伊戈·卡瓦莱拉(Igor Cavalera)两弟兄,另外还有他们的同学:吉他手Jairo T.以及贝斯手保罗·平托·Jr.(Paulo Pinto Jr.)。Sepultura乐队是巴西最为知名的重金属乐队。他们创作了很多影响深远的专辑,象《Bestial Devastation》以及《Morbid Visions》。1986年由吉他手安德里亚·基舍尔(Andreas Kisser)接替了离队的Jairo,乐队于1987年发行了专辑《Schizophrenia》,这张专辑为Sepultura赢得了世界级地下乐队的声誉。1989年的专辑《Beneath The Remains》以及1991年的《Arise》由Roadrunner唱片发行,进一步的提高了乐队的知名度。Sepultura狂躁的音乐让人不禁联想到Metallica以及Iron Maiden这些急流重金属乐队,而有很强政治观点的歌词则是受到朋克乐队Dead Kennedys的影响,Sepultura对死亡的认识并没有只停留在死亡和绝望本身,他们也谈到了对巴西政治腐败的不满,这也就是他们与其它死亡金属乐队不同之处。
在与Epic唱片签约之后,Sepultura乐队在1993年发行了专辑《Chaos A.D.》,这张专辑身后是一片喝彩声,一路高歌最终进入了全美专辑排行榜的前40位。之后是一系列名为“Pantera”、“Ministry”、 “Ozzy Osbourne”等等的巡回演出。这个四人组合于1996年发行的专辑《Roots》也获得了相当的好评,因为他们将重金属摇滚中常见的即兴重复与亚马逊印第安人奇特的音乐节奏相结合,当然这给乐队填词也带来了不小的麻烦。 1997年主唱麦克斯离开Sepultura,这使得Sepultura的前景显得非常黯淡。但剩下的乐队成员最终还是决定留下,他们招收了新主唱 Derrick Green(德里克·格林)并于1998年发行了专辑《Against》。Sepultura最新的专辑《Nation》于2001年发行燃烧的灵魂--突出政治Sepultura的《Chaos A.D》和《Roots》。

人们不会忘记,当那些故弄玄虚地摆出一副反宗教的表象的Death metal乐队都似乎有一张共同的面孔的时候,当他们片面地追求大音量噪音的同时不知不觉地陷入单调乏味的俗套,长时间呆板的声音又具有了催眠的功效的时候,这时候有一支具有强烈政治态度的乐队制造出了一种骇人听闻的凶狠的声音,他们使你能感受到因愤怒而燃烧的灵魂,这就是来自巴西的乐队—— Sepultura。 Sepultura在巴西是一支受到政治压迫的乐队。乐队灵魂人物,主唱兼吉他手马克斯·卡瓦来拉(Max Cavalera)与依高·卡瓦来拉(Igor Cavalera)兄弟二人在军校读书期间就开始对Led zeppelin、Kiss、Black Sabbath产生浓厚兴趣,并试图蓄发,后被校方制止而未遂。Max认为他们当时有一种被压抑的愤怒和痛苦,迫使他们成立了一支具有鲜明政治态度的并带有对专制制度的怨恨与复仇心态的乐队。他们与吉他手Jairo T,贝司手Paulo Jr在1984年宣告乐队成立,并取名Sepultura,在使用葡萄牙语的巴西,对Sepultura的理解是“冥界阴间”和“埋葬”的意思。愤世如仇的他们大有埋葬那个不公平的世界的气势。他们1985年录制的一张名为《Bestial Devastation》(兽性的蹂躏)虽影响不大,却奠定了他们今后发展方向的基础。1996年他们公开发行专辑《Morbid Visons》(病态幻想)1997年由于技术等原因原吉他手Jairo T被一位来自Pestilence(瘟疫)乐队的吉他手Andreas Kisser所替代,这个阵容一直坚持到1997年5月Max Cavalera离队,另组Soulfly为止。这期间Sepultura又录制发行了《Schizophrenia》(精神分裂症);《Beneath The Remains》(遗迹的下面);《A rise》(发生);《Chaos A.D》(公元后的混沌);《Roots》(根)五张专辑。其中最具代表性的,最有价值的就是《Chaos A.D》和《Roots》。1993年发行的《Chaos A.D》是最有政治性的一张,其中Refuse/Resist(拒绝/抗拒)对人权斗争的现场做了最直接的概括描述。 Chaos A.D Tanks on the streets(公元后的混沌,坦克上了街) Confroting Police Bleeding the Plebs(愤怒的警察血伤平民) Raging Crowd Burning Cars(愤怒的群众焚烧汽车) Bloodshed starts who’ll Be Alive?!(屠杀开始,谁还活着?!)这几乎是所有人权斗争的血腥场面的写照,在巴西Sepultura理所当然地被当做异端而被禁止,被驱逐。流亡国外,使他们更加激起了爱国的情绪,1996年发行了《Roots》(根)专辑,其中内容与音乐元素上更加体现出他们对巴西土着居民人权状况的关注。大量民间打击乐节奏片断在音乐中反复出现,各种民间音乐元素也仿佛具有了灵魂。Track 1是《Roots Bloobly Roots》(血脉的根)是一首最具代表性的实例,典型的Death metal配器,Napalm Death式的非压制和弦Riff,吉他定弦采用下调小三度定弦法(#C#FBE#G#C)。吉他的失真重而厚,充满了低沉的压抑感,节奏中使用了一些民间打击乐器,和土着部落的节奏片断。引子由节奏吉他与贝司、鼓一起奏出粗壮有力的四小节(x x x x x)的Riff后,四小节迭入主音吉他的衬托,后加入主唱的吼声,吉他即而变为咆哮的(x xx xx x)节奏型,音乐充满了紧张感和黑暗的气氛……这可以说是二十世纪摇滚乐在思想内容上与吸取民间音乐因素上最具代表的范例,同时也是最成功的范例。它充分地表现出摇滚乐最本质的东西,鲜明的政治性、思想性和尖锐的批判性。在当时的确是一个顶峰时期,摇滚具有了更深的社会意义,在今天看来也是如此。 Sepultura咬着牙对那些文化**们说,他们从来没有他*的媚俗过,从来没有死皮赖脸地做SHOW过,从来没有向黑恶势力妥协过,从来没有放弃过对公众人权的关注,从来没有背着良心给独裁者唱过赞歌。 Sepultura向我们证明了一件事:摇滚乐的力度不是单*声响,更重要的是思想内容!

国外对Arise的网评:

In their previous seven-year 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 hearts and minds. Subsequently rereleased with the addition of four bonus tracks--including the band's monumental annihilation of Motorhead's "Orgasmatron"--Arise highlights Sepultura's irrefutable kinship with Metallica. The harmonic guitar interplay between Max Cavalera's rock-solid rhythm work and Andreas Kisser's lead lines--on occasions the six-stringed equivalent of a dentist drill--is devastating. Max's tortured vocals and brother Igor's rhythmic battery are marked by sheer, unfettered aggression. Moments of restraint, as on the quite astonishing "Altered State," merely accentuate the band's trademark brutality, and "Dead Embryonic Cells" is coal-black Sepultura. Even with historical perspective, Arise retains its ignominious appeal. --Ian Fortnam

My first year of grad school I rented a room in a 3-bedroom apartment on West 121st Street in Manhattan. My apartment mates were Bob, an aspiring playwright, and Naomi, an aspiring architect. We were by no means close - like orangutans we led solitary existences and crossed paths mainly at large feeding patches. Bob and I got on well enough, stopping to chat on those occasions when we encountered one another. Naomi was a more difficult animal - she didn't like to meet face to face, but rather preferred to leave me notes with little reminders about household chores it was my turn to do. Her notes were always signed N. as though she were a character straight out of some 19th century Russian novel. Plastered to the refrigerator, the bathroom mirror and even my bedroom door, N.'s little missives never failed to get under my skin and more often than not, I ignored them and returned to my lair to blast some death metal. Believe me I had some great death metal just waiting to be heard on such occasions - Obituary's The End Complete and Entombed's Left Hand Path leap immediately to mind. But even more compelling than those classics was Sepultura's Arise, a 42-minute slab of pure aural aggression. Max Cavalera's brutally precise riffing and wolf-like growl were enough to put that little N. beast and her petty desires out of my mind for awhile, that's for sure.

Sepultura's world on Arise is an unforgettable one - it is heavy, bleak and beautiful all at once. If you've ever driven the New Jersey Turnpike on a rainy afternoon and said to yourself, `damn, those factories are strangely beautiful', you know exactly what I'm talking about. If you're still clueless, imagine the sort of music that might go along with the song titles, "Dead Embryonic Cells", "Desperate Cry", "Altered State", and "Under Siege (Regnum Irae)". This is metal with an appeal that crosses international boundaries. I seem to recall once seeing the word "Sepultura" carved into a desk in a classroom atop a windswept hill on the campus of the University of Antananarivo in Madagascar. A pretty wide sphere of influence for the boys from Brazil, wouldn't you say? One word of warning - you may not want to listen to the lyrics closely if you like to sleep well at night. Max's lyrics are a lot more unsettling today than they were when this album came out 11 years ago. For example, on the first track, "Arise", he warns of a "terrorist confrontation waiting for the end" and "cities fall(ing) in ruin". Then, on the classic "Dead Embryonic Cells", Max rails against "tribal violence everywhere, life in the age of terrorism". Let's hope that's as prescient as Max gets as there's a lot of other disturbing stuff on here that we can only hope never happens.

Did I tell you that I really hated N.'s notes? Trust me, I got around to the chores eventually - I'm not that inconsiderate. Of course, I could have retaliated by leaving notes for N. when she fell behind in her chores, but decided that would be a bit unfair since as far as I could tell, N. didn't have her own copy of Arise to take solace in. No reason to put her through the stress of encountering notes signed J. if the poor dear had nothing to help her cope with them.

I know, annoying notes are not a big deal in the grand scheme of things. You probably have more to worry about than some recent Yale grad and her inordinate fondness for post-its. But, I'm telling you, Arise is the sort of album that can help you forget your minor worries, whatever they are, at least for awhile. Along with the groundbreaking Roots, Arise is one of Sepultura's two best releases and did time as my favorite album back in the early 90s. I listened to it again today and it still blows me away. If you dare to call yourself a metal fan, I expect to find Arise in your album collection the next time I look through it.

SEPULTURA - Arise
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This album, along with `Far Beyond Driven', `South of Heaven, and `Master of Puppets' are what caused my transformation into the metal-head I am today. I am forever indebted to this CD.

This is a Thrash Masterpiece.... Max's Voice, while still growing at this point, was still one of the most vicious metal singers of the day. His guitar work, as well as the work of Andreas was amazing... precisely fast with aggressive riffs and amazing (and even sometimes innovative) solos... Paulo Jr. plays with such a sense of urgency and provides an excellent backing to the guitars. And last, but certainly not least is Max's Brother Igor. Ideally from a musical perspective Max should have been playing in the shadow of his brother, not the other way around. Igor's drumming is furious yet still implementing his `tribal' vibe (Not as much as he would expand on this for future albums)

Arise is easily on the best Thrash Metal Albums to see the light of day... The 4-Piece Brazilian Metal heads would continue to make 2 more incredible tribal influenced metal albums... but the pure thrash aggression of this album was never equaled in their future works.

Favorite Songs: C.I.U, Arise, and Dead Embryonic Cells
-5 Stars

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专辑曲目

1. Arise - Sepultura, Cavalera, Max
2. Dead Embryonic Cells - Sepultura, Cavalera, Max
3. Desperate Cry - Sepultura, Kisser, Andreas
4. Murder - Sepultura, Cavalera, Max
5. Subtraction - Sepultura, Kisser, Andreas
6. Altered State - Sepultura, Kisser, Andreas
7. Under Siege (Regnum Iraw) - Sepultura, Cavalera, Max
8. Meaningless Movements - Sepultura, Kisser, Andreas
9. Infected Voice - Sepultura, Kisser, Andreas
*Bonus Tracks
10. Orgasmatron*
11. Intro*
12. C.I.U*
13. Desperate Cry

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