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ANVIL - BACK TO BASICS 'CD/DVD' ''BRA''

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Hard 'n' Heavy Metal on Metal Forged in Fire Strength of Steel Pound for Pound Past & Present: Live In Concert Worth the Weight Plugged in Permanent Speed of Sound Plenty of Power Absolutely No Alternative Back to Basics This Is Thirteen Juggernaut of Justice Hope in Hell Stream or buy on: Amazon Rdio iTunes Release Date August 24, 2004 Duration 43:27 Genre Pop/Rock Styles Heavy Metal Speed/Thrash Metal Submit Corrections Album Moods Aggressive Fiery Visceral Cathartic Confrontational Raucous Brash Energetic Intense Volatile Freewheeling Rowdy Harsh Themes Revolutionary Halloween Cool & Cocky Freedom Motivation Anvil Back to Basics AllMusic Rating 7 User Ratings (12) Your Rating Overview Credits Releases Similar Albums Share this page facebook twitter google+ email Review by Alex Henderson [-] When Anvil decided to call this 2004 release Back to Basics, they weren't just being rhetorical. Some of Anvil's late-'90s releases found the veteran headbangers trying to change with the times and experiment with alternative metal, but 2001's Plenty of Power marked a stylistic return to the Anvil of the early '80s -- and the Canadians continue in that back-to-our-roots vein on Back to Basics. By getting away from alt-metal trends, Anvil risks being accused of having a dated sound. But what is dated to some is classic to others, and admirers of Anvil's early albums will crave the melodic yet hard-hitting attack of tunes like "The Chainsaw," "Bottom Feeder" and "Fuel for the Fire." This album isn't the least bit groundbreaking by 2004 standards -- Back to Basics doesn't pretend to go after fans of Korn, Mushroomhead, Sevendust or Nothingface -- but that doesn't make the disc any less appealing. Stylistically, Back to Basics is best described as power metal with hints of very early speed metal at times; Judas Priest and Ronnie James Dio are influences, and so is Motörhead (which was arguably the first thrash metal/speed metal band). One can think of Back to Basics as Anvil's 26th anniversary CD; the band was formed in 1978, and this release demonstrates that Anvil can still be exciting after more than a quarter of a century. Back to Basics falls short of essential and isn't quite in a class with Anvil's best early-'80s output, but it's a decent, respectable outing that the group's longtime followers will appreciate. (Note: the initial pressing of Back to Basics contained a bonus DVD titled Live at Wacken 1998). Collapse ↑ Track Listing - Disc 1 Sample Title/Composer Performer Time Stream 1 Fuel for the Fire Anvil Anvil 4:05 Rdio 2 Keep It Up Anvil Anvil 3:50 Rdio 3 Song of Pain Anvil Anvil 5:55 Rdio 4 You Get What You Pay For Anvil Anvil 3:50 Rdio 5 The Chainsaw Anvil Anvil 5:41 Rdio 6 Can't Catch Me Anvil Anvil 3:34 Rdio 7 Go Away Anvil Anvil 3:57 Rdio 8 Bottom Feeder Anvil Anvil 3:04 Rdio 9 Cruel World Anvil Anvil 5:40 Rdio 10 Fast Driver Anvil Anvil 3:51 Rdio Track Listing - Disc 2 Sample Title/Composer Performer Time Stream 1 Five Knuckle Shuffle Anvil 2 Smoking Green Anvil 3 Old School Anvil 4 Winged Assassins Anvil 5 Forged in Fire Anvil 6 March of the Crabs Anvil 7 Metal on Metal Anvil 8 666 Anvil 9 Mothra Anvil

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When Anvil decided to call this 2004 release Back to Basics, they weren't just being rhetorical. Some of Anvil's late-'90s releases found the veteran headbangers trying to change with the times and experiment with alternative metal, but 2001's Plenty of Power marked a stylistic return to the Anvil of the early '80s -- and the Canadians continue in that back-to-our-roots vein on Back to Basics. By getting away from alt-metal trends, Anvil risks being accused of having a dated sound. But what is dated to some is classic to others, and admirers of Anvil's early albums will crave the melodic yet hard-hitting attack of tunes like "The Chainsaw," "Bottom Feeder" and "Fuel for the Fire." This album isn't the least bit groundbreaking by 2004 standards -- Back to Basics doesn't pretend to go after fans of Korn, Mushroomhead, Sevendust or Nothingface -- but that doesn't make the disc any less appealing. Stylistically, Back to Basics is best described as power metal with hints of very early speed metal at times; Judas Priest and Ronnie James Dio are influences, and so is Motörhead (which was arguably the first thrash metal/speed metal band). One can think of Back to Basics as Anvil's 26th anniversary CD; the band was formed in 1978, and this release demonstrates that Anvil can still be exciting after more than a quarter of a century. Back to Basics falls short of essential and isn't quite in a class with Anvil's best early-'80s output, but it's a decent, respectable outing that the group's longtime followers will appreciate. (Note: the initial pressing of Back to Basics contained a bonus DVD titled Live at Wacken 1998).

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Artista ANVIL
Formato da Mídia CD + DVD
Formato CD/DVD
Gravadora HELLION RECORDS
Origem BRASIL REGIAL ALL
Nº de Faixas 19
Condição Novo

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