Death Box Box-Set, CD+DVD
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Die ausführlichste Christian Death Collection aus der Rozz Williams Ära, die je gemacht wurde bestehend aus fünf CDs und einer DVD voller Material von einer der verehrtesten Underground Bands der 1990er Jahre! 3 Studio Alben - The Iron Mask, The Path Of Sorrows und The Rage Of Angels in voller Länge plus die rare Original Shadow Project EP, Remix Alben, unglaubliche Live Aufnahmen und Solo Aufnahmen von Rozz Williams! Die DVD ist das beste Live Dokument, das es von der Band gibt. Aufgenommen wurde das Material 1993 in Los Angeles bei der Show zu ihrem 10-jährigen Jubiläum! Mit einem mehr als 50-seitigen, fabigen Booklet, ausführlichen Linernotes und bislang unveröffentlichten Fotos aus der privaten Sammlung von Eva O!
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This is an almost preset - normal boosting up the volume, yet, necessary for re-release something.
Ok for the outside box and the cardboards sleeves for the cds, thumbs up for finally dividing "The Path Of Sorrows" from "The Hour Of The Wolf", ok for the pics -even if I saw a lot of many many more good pics in the net-, and even for including the Shadow project demos and the spoken word album all mixed up together with remixes, despite everything, they are showing the Rozz '90s "rock" period in almost its entirety, what's bad? It's just a little messy, I would have put down some new liner notes explaining better everything and definitely something of much more researched graphically.
I was boicotting them - my girl ordered it for my anniversary, so ok, it's always a pleasure to see some new Rozz, but I'm sorry to see how lazily they put together a FIVE CDS+ONE DVD BOXSET!!! I am not asking more than some effort in releasing what they are underrating from a man that was a genius... In this way Celopatra Records will surely gain a lot, as it is an item for collectors and for hear original albums in cd format, yet, as a label who published these albums even before... I just wish they could have put some serious effort in it.
There is a huge divide amongst Christian Death fans.
It is common for those in the Rozz camp to condemn Valor for "stealing" from Rozz, however, those fans should feel vehemently outraged at Cleopatra Records, because no other entity has ever stolen from Rozz or raped his legacy more than they.
Cleo will put out ANYTHING with Rozz's name on it just to make a buck, and don't even have enough respect for him (or his fans) to worry in the slightest about the quality of the material they are putting out.
How many poor quality "live" shows have they released?
How many remix albums (that feature bands completely unrelated to Rozz) have they released?
And "The Best Of Christian Death" CD?
And here we are again, Cleo re-releasing a bunch of material that all of us fans already own.
There are exactly six tracks on this box set that I do not already own.
THE ORIGINAL SHADOW PROJECT EP (1990) is included on this box set, which contains alternate versions of well-known Shadow Project songs, plus a short interview that I do not recall ever hearing before.
These six tracks are the only material I would consider "new," and Cleo couldn't even be bothered to put forth the slightest effort in quality control with them, listing the CD tracks as:
19. Death Plays His Role
20. Penny In The Bucket
Track 20 is actually really a short, short interview, and track 19 combines Death Plays His Role / Penny In A Bucket (incorrectly named Penny In `THE' Bucket instead of Penny In `A' Bucket).
Also, the live DVD offers absolutely nothing new.
No improvement to audio or video.
Just another rehash of a previous release, and here's your proof: the files of both the original DVD and the one in the box set are IDENTICAL, created October 1, 2001 at 10:42 PM.
The printwork is nice, true.
The liner notes are also good.
Ultimately, a long-lost two and a half minute interview, five 'alternate version' tracks, a few unseen photos and interesting liner notes does not warrant the creation of a full-on box set, priced $34-$50.
At best, this should have been an EP.