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Classic Albums (2in1): Billy Idol / Rebel Yell Doppel-CD, Original Recording Remastered

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Audio-CD, Doppel-CD, Original Recording Remastered, 25. März 2011
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Disk: 1

  1. Come On Come On (2002 Digital Remaster)
  2. White Wedding [Part 1] (2001 Remaster)
  3. Hot In The City (2001 Digital Remaster)
  4. Dead On Arrival (2002 Digital Remaster)
  5. Nobody's Business (2002 Digital Remaster)
  6. Love Calling (2002 Digital Remaster)
  7. Hole In The Wall (2002 Digital Remaster)
  8. Shooting Stars (2002 Digital Remaster)
  9. It's So Cruel (2002 Digital Remaster)
  10. Dancing With Myself (2001 Digital Remaster) - Idol, Billy / Generation X

Disk: 2

  1. Rebel Yell (1999 Digital Remaster)
  2. Daytime Drama (Digitally Remastered 99)
  3. Eyes Without A Face (1999 - Remaster)
  4. Blue Highway (1999 Digital Remaster)
  5. Flesh For Fantasy (1999 Digital Remaster)
  6. Catch My Fall (1999 Digital Remaster)
  7. Crank Call (1999 Digital Remaster)
  8. (Do Not) Stand In The Shadows (Digitally Remastered 99)
  9. The Dead Next Door (Digitally Remastered 99)
  10. Rebel Yell (Session Take) (Digitally Remastered 99)
  11. Motorbikin' (Session Take) (Digitally Remastered 99)
  12. Catch My Fall (Original Demo) (Digitally Remastered 99)
  13. Flesh For Fantasy (Session Take) (1999 Digital Remastered)
  14. Blue Highway (Original Demo) (Digitally Remastered 99)

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Beide Platten habe ich früher rauf und runter genudelt, so dass man sich die nicht mehr anhören kann. Da greift man schon mal gerne zu, wenn sie im Doppelpack auf CD zu haben sind - auch wenn ich sie heute nicht mehr rauf und runter spielen würde. Aber, man vetseht wieder, warum man es früher tat. Die SOngs haben immer noch Drive, die Musik ist und bleibt gut.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen "Rebel Yell" was a breakout album for Billy Idol, sold more than 40,000,000 copies, is one of the best rock & roll albums ever! 21. April 2017
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It's really great! Rebel Yell is one of the best rock & roll albums ever! It sounds as fresh today as it did 30 years ago. Most people have heard of Billy Idol and associate him with "White Wedding" and "Rebel Yell" but this album has many other songs popular in the 1980's, not the least of which is "Eyes Without a Face". Some folks may not realize that Billy Idol is a prolific songwriter and writes his own songs including "White Wedding", "Rebel Yell", "Cradle of Love", "Blue Highway", most of which were written while in his 20's. Spanning decades, from his days with Chelsea and Generation X in the 1970's, through today. He was one of the founders of punk rock and a leader of the punk rock movement. He also wrote "Your Generation", "Dancing With Myself", "Kiss Me Deadly" and "Valley of the Dolls", during his time with bands Chelsea, Generation X, (later Gen X).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen No False Idol 7. Juni 2015
Von Mark J. House - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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One of the best Billy Idol collections from the past! This features songs like Rebel Yell, Eyes Without a Face, Flesh for Fantasy, Crank Call, and many more. Idol was well known for risky videos and you will easily recognize songs from him even if you are not a fan bevause of all the TV show themes and overall popularity of this musician that has been around for a long time. Idol features a good mix of musical styles like punk, pop, and rock with everything from New Age sounding ballads like Eyes Without a Face all the way up to scream out loud songs like Rebel Yell. This is an artist that stands the test of time!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Possibly destroyed my marriage, but is still a cool song 11. Februar 2016
Von ShotGaming - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I got this album for my wife for her birthday, then a few months later she said she wanted to leave me. I'm not blaming the record entirely, but it could be related, you know? So just be safe out there, make sure you know what you are getting into. The Rebel Yell could break up your fragile marriage too
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Job on the remaster! 2. September 2010
Von Ernest F. Carneau - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I wanted to upgrade my Billy Idol collection & get the remasters like I'm doing on everything else I have. It does upset me that I have to purchase my "Collection" again, but hey, what the heck!

I purchased the remasters "Billy Idol", "Vidal Idol", and "Whiplash Smile". But after reading JCMilner's review, I did not order the Rebel Yell. What a mistake. All I can say is maybe in 2002 (his review) it was a different copy, or maybe his stereo is bass oriented.

"Billy Idol" and "Vidal Idol" were Great! I noticed on "Whiplash Smile" that it did not specify "Remastered". I even had Amazon send out another disk thinking I got the wrong one. After getting curious, I opened the new "Whiplash Smile" disk (not specified as remastered) and noticed that the label was in fact different than the original issue. When I played it, I could then hear that it was a remaster as compared to the original issue.

After reading Milner's review, I opted to get Hoffman's Gold copy of "Rebel Yell". I have alot of Hoffman's Gold stuff anyway. It was as always, good. But then I got curious..... Especially after the "Whiplash Smile" disk that wasn't even labeled as remastered.

I ordered the "Rebel Yell" remaster. All I can say is the one I got was "SWEET" !!!! No problems with this one!!! DO NOT BE AFRAID TO ORDER THIS ONE!!! If you don't like it, you might need a new or revamped stereo!!!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen generally well-written, sometimes devastatingly rockin', but often overproduced 12. Juli 2006
Von Missing Person - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This second Billy Idol album, 1983's "Rebel Yell", finds his guitar wizard sideman Steve Stevens taking an increasingly prominent role in the proceedings. Stevens only got a couple co-writes on the debut; here, all of the original album's tracks were written by Idol & Stevens apart from a lone Idol solo composition ("Catch My Fall").

Stevens is one those guys that they reserve the term 'guitar hero' for. Yes, he's extremely flashy, with a penchant for outer space sound effects. But what's even more striking is his versatility and his knack for blurring the lines between lead & rhythm guitar--just look at his shimmering guitarwork on the verses of the irresistibly funky and lustful "Flesh For Fantasy".

The album sets an incredibly high standard for itself right off the bat. The uptempo minor-keyed title track is spellbinding--the chorus is raging; Idol does his trademark alterations between a baritone croon and blood-curdling screams; Stevens riffs away frenetically; and the chimey synths don't water the song down at all, in fact they help make it even edgier. The part where all the instruments fall out except for the drums, then it slowly builds all the way back up, with Stevens' chilling, atmospheric guitarwork--that's rock & roll nirvana.

The moody "Daytime Drama" does a great job of keeping things intense while also shifting gears--it mellows things out a bit, yet still rocks, with an infectious bass line doubled on keyboards and later played on electric guitar. It kinda craps out at the end, unwisely modulating to a major key, but still a heck of a good track overall.

"Eyes Without A Face" is where the overproduction trap starts to really rear its head--primarily a ballad, it's quite pretty actually, with really nice chord changes, but it gets carried away with distracting electronic percussion; plus the 'rocking' mid-section feels underwritten and out of place. The watery synths on the chorus of "Blue Highway" give a distressing mid-'80s corporate rock feel to a song that already sounds pretty generic in the first place. "Catch My Fall" is also arranged unflatteringly, with bland synthesizer, saxophone, and drowned-out rhythm guitars. And the original album's last track, "The Dead Next Door", is a dreary, tedious mood piece.

Still, the snappy uptempo rocker "(Do Not) Stand In The Shadows", with a neatly textured intro, is a definite keeper. And the mid-tempo rocker "Crank Call" is amusing.

As for this 1999 "expanded edition", the 5 bonus tracks add a lot of interest to the proceedings. The 'original demo' version of "Catch My Fall" is much better than the album version, bringing out its true potential--it loses the dull keyboards and saxophone and brings out the rhythm guitars which give it a '50s rockabilly feel. The 'original demo' of "Blue Highway", despite being the rather low fidelity, is also preferrable due to the absence of the annoying synths on the chorus. The 'session take' of the title track certainly isn't as powerful as the album version, but still, it's welcome to hear it in a relatively stripped-down form, plus the lyrics are a bit different, as is the arrangement which hadn't been perfected yet. And the 'session take' of "Flesh For Fantasy" is MUCH different than the album version; again, it's not as good, feeling rather disjointed, with much of the mid-tempo funkiness gone in favor of an uptempo rock feel, plus a different chorus, but it does spotlight Stevens' ringing guitar work which is a real pleasure to hear.

On the downside, the remastering on this 1999 reissue strikes me as being somewhat poor. I mean, if you've got an equalizer on your stereo, you can kinda even things out and you really won't have a problem. But the sound is kind of muffled, and compared to the 'leaping out of the speakers' sound of the 2002 reissue of Idol's self-titled debut, the difference is striking.

So, all in all, despite the frustrations, this is a highly worthwhile disc.
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