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Republic?

Republic?

1. Januar 2005

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Produktinformation

  • Ursprüngliches Erscheinungsdatum : 1. Januar 2005
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. Januar 2005
  • Label: Rise Above Records
  • Copyright: 2005 Rise Above
  • Gesamtlänge: 50:59
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  • ASIN: B001SOQ6T6
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 430.432 in Alben (Siehe Top 100 in Alben)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen If you like Sabbath, you'll love Sheavy! 6. März 2009
Von Roger L. MacKinnon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
I haven't heard a bad Sheavy album. These guys do not sway from their roots, and I think they improve and impress on each subsequent album. Republic? is no exception. If you are a 70's Ozzy period Sabbath fan, you should hear what these Canadian rockers have done with this genre from the late 90's onward to the present. I believe you will truly amazed. If I had to single out a couple of tracks on Republic?, I would say Spy vs. Spy and The Rook are my favorites. When I listen to this CD though, I usually listen to it from start to finish. This is more than I can say for other albums that I have purchased, considering that I have a lot of music in my collection and I can afford to be selective. Treat yourself and buy this CD by SHEAVY and others from their discography. You'll be glad you did.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen the best yet 13. Oktober 2010
Von James M. Keffer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
I have to agree with the other people who did reviews on this it is great .Just because they sound dead on black sabbath is no reason to keep away from this gem with songs like spy vs spy ,hangman ,standing on the edge of the world ,a phone booth in the middle of nowhere ,and last chance -gremlinX ,you cant go wrong .The songs are well written and played and some songs are just as good as black sabbath could have done them .Dont deprieve yourself of this gem buy it you wont be dissapointed.I hope this review was helpfull to you
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Another winner 24. Juni 2009
Von Terrance Lackie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you liked sHeavy's earlier offerings, fear not, you will like this album. The sound quality is much better than their older albums, and their song-writing has stayed strong. A few of the tracks on here are some of my all--time favorites.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Sheavy - Republic? 20. Oktober 2011
Von Kingcrimsonprog - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Sheavy are talented and underrated Canadian Stoner Rock/Metal band from who have been producing a string of enjoyable and well made albums since the early Nineties. They write songs that are heavily Black Sabbath inspired yet feature a personality of their own too, which also evolves as the band mature over time. While the band's earliest work was psychedelic and space rock in places, this album, Republic? Finds the band at their heaviest and most straight-forward.

Sheavy have never become as successful as they deserve and aren't as well known as some of the bigger American Stoner Bands but are a great band to check out should you happen to enjoy that particular Subgenre or have an urge to hear a rough approximation of what it would possibly be like if Ozzy Osbourne were still a member of Black Sabbath in the 1990s and the band had moved to the desert to spend time touring with Kyuss and Fu Manchu.

Republic? was the band's fifth full-length studio album and was released in 2005. It was one of the last albums to feature the now classic line-up of Steve Hennessey, Dan Moore, Keith Foley and Ren Squires. While the album is slightly harder, darker, heavier and more straight-forward than the albums which preceded it, the album still hold's true to the band's core sound of interesting and well written guitar solos, Iommi influenced riffs melding into pleasant modern songs and singer Steve's remarkably Ozzy-a-like vocals for which the band arguably are best known.

While the band unquestionably owe a debt to Sabbath they will also appeal to fans of all sorts of Desert/Stoner/Slightly Retro Rock and Metal bands such as the aforementioned Fu Manchu and Kyuss as well as the likes of Sleep, Dozer, Bison BC, Karma To Burn, Clutch, Five Horse Johnson etc as the band's chosen production style, tonal choices and overall `feel' share something in common with those sorts of artists.

Highlights include `Standing At The Edge Of The World,' `Spy VS. Spy,' and the album closer `Last Chance (Gremlin X)' but of course Sheavy are always good at creating consistent records that stay strong throughout.

At the end of the day; Republic? is yet another enjoyable collection of Stoner Rock/Metal tracks from Sheavy, with a slightly heavier and more direct approach than their earlier work. If you like the band then you will still definitely like this album and I recommend that you try it out if you usually like this sort of music.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Republic vs the rest 22. Mai 2006
Von T. Halmshaw - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have all the sHEAVY albums,and I have to say at first I was disapointed with the Republic CD,it seemed a little more modern then the rest,a bit like Sabbath's 1st album Black Sabbath vs Electric sleep,quite similar in all respects,then as you progress through the rest of the albums there is that same transition,sure Sabbath produced more albums,but in the end I was thinking that Republic was reminiscent to Technical Ecstasy.

I listened to Republic a few more times,and instead of thinking of it as a farewell album (Technical Ecstasy) I realised that these guys had found their feet,the new sound was better clearer and by far the better of all the other albums.

I also have the DVD,Republic and I just have to say this Steve Hennessy has no on stage presence,he needs to work on that area no doubt whatsoever,failing that the band as a whole could have a huge future,I don't think trying to shake the Sabbath tag they are labeled with would work,rather than the record companies must recognize them as an individual band,that just happens to sound like Sabbath.

I think most will agree that Sabbath died when Ozzy left,and sHEAVY are a fantastic fix for those craving new Sabbath music,I wonder what would happen should Toni Iommi scoop up Hennessy.

Iommi,Ward,Butler,Hennessy.
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