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Apocalyptica – Worlds Collide Reviews

Worlds Collide

2007 album from the Finnish Metal cellists. Features ten originals plus a cover of David Bowie’s ‘Helden’ (‘Heroes’ sung in German) performed with Rammstein’s Till Linderman on vocals. Also features other guest vocalists including Corey Taylor, Dave Lombardo ( Slayer ), Tomoyasu Hotei (superstar Japanese composer, whose credits include the Kill Bill soundtrack ), Cristina Scabbia (Lacuna Coil) and Adam Gontier (3 Days Grace). 11 tracks including the first single ‘I’m Not Jesus’. S (more…)

13 responses to “Apocalyptica – Worlds Collide Reviews”

  1. Gallagher says:

    2.0 out of 5 stars
    I think it was a copy…
    The quality of the CD didn’t seem up to par. And the CD cover looked copied. It came pretty quickly though.

  2. Zahra says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    amazing cd
    this is a must buy every track on the cd is awesome.its the perfect blend of classical music and heavy metal to create a new amazing innovative sound to music

  3. Damian says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Genius!
    This is a GREAT CD! I bought it after hearing the song “I Don’t Care” on the radio once and I instantly loved the song.

  4. Jaheim says:

    Apocalyptica delived have another metal masterpiece with the Album Worlds Collide. There are several versions available, including 11 standard-track, 11 tracks with bonus DVD (see description European DVD), the extra track japan with bonus tracks Lies, Ural, and Dreamer, Japanese and bonus-track version with bonus DVD with Japanese, I'm not Jesus, what I'm not Jesus, Interview, Japanese, interview, live videos of “Master of Puppets and Betrayal, and photo gallery. It is also the European deluxe edition with 2 bonus tracks of Ural and Dreamer, and the DVD minus the live video and the Japanese interview, and a 13 track European version with DVD. Any version you get will be excellent. I have the European DVD version, and am very satisfied.
      from beginning to end, this album is the pace and intensity of the changes we expect from the original compositions by this band, and also has the function of a cover in the amount of German version of David Bowie Heros sung by Rammmstein the lead singer. In addition, tracks with Three Days Grace singer Corey Taylor of Stonesour / Slipknot, and Christina from Lacuna Coil Scabia. The vocal tracks are all human, but I'm still more interested in the music behind him. But again, Apocalyptica, it is good work. Plus, since the addition of drums from the album further reflection, Dave Lombardo from Slayer to guest on some of the tracks. A nice addition to this booming already blistering line up. Tracks to play loud, “I'm not Jesus,” “I Do not Care” and “Worlds Collide”. Also very good album for the first timer to get and a must for fans.

  5. Anonymous says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Music Even a Mother will Love
    I bought this for my 15 yr old son for Christmas
    after he “subjected” me to the song ‘I Don’t Care’.
    I fell in LOVE with this music. This band.

  6. Yasunari says:

    This review is from: Worlds Collide (Audio CD) < ; / b> Apocalyptica delived have another metal masterpiece with the Album Worlds Collide. There are several versions available, including 11 standard-track, 11 tracks with bonus DVD (see description European DVD), the extra track japan with bonus tracks Lies, Ural, and Dreamer, Japanese and bonus-track version with bonus DVD with Japanese, I'm not Jesus, what I'm not Jesus, Interview, Japanese, interview, live videos of “Master of Puppets and Betrayal, and photo gallery. It is also the European deluxe edition with 2 bonus tracks of Ural and Dreamer, and the DVD minus the live video and the Japanese interview, and a 13 track European version with DVD. Any version you get will be excellent. I have the European DVD version, and am very satisfied.
      from beginning to end, this album is the pace and intensity of the changes we expect from the original compositions by this band, and also has the function of a cover in the amount of German version of David Bowie Heros sung by Rammmstein the lead singer. In addition, tracks with Three Days Grace singer Corey Taylor of Stonesour / Slipknot, and Christina from Lacuna Coil Scabia. The vocal tracks are all human, but I'm still more interested in the music behind him. But again, Apocalyptica, it is good work. Plus, since the addition of drums from the album further reflection, Dave Lombardo from Slayer to guest on some of the tracks. A nice addition to this booming already blistering line up. Tracks to play loud, “I'm not Jesus,” “I Do not Care” and “Worlds Collide”. Also very good album for the first timer to get and a must for fans.

  7. Jagger says:

    I love this CD, Apocalyptica has come a long way. I am very disappointed in the guest vocal tracks, although I'm a fan of 3 of the 4 singers.
      The vocal tracks really kill that for me and they bring Apocalyptica potential. The vocal tracks are less dynamic and the lyrics are either lucky or not, they are a failure with me. Cristina Scabbia has a beautiful voice and I was thrilled to see that they helped, but the song is too simple and the lyrics are not very poetic. I could not go to the texts that error myself here for a reason. When I thought of the combination I had hoped for something much better. The only track that the song seems to work for me is the “hero” with Till Lindemann, and it is only a cover of “Heroes” by the Wallflowers.
      The album is still great, I still gave it 4 stars for a reason. It is absolutely beautiful metal, I just wish there was more cumbersome and less Apocalyptica guest vocal tracks that seem to them creatively.

  8. Wind says:

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    A solid album, but still not great
    Apocalyptica took a big chance with “Reflections” in 2003, and it almost ended the band. People were starting to become disenchanted with the fact that they added percussions and…

  9. Vivian says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    CD
    This is a really great CD. I got it for my husband for Christmas and we both really like it. It is so different from all the stuff they play on the radio.

  10. Cairbre says:

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    great addition
    I LOVE THIS GROUP. GREAT MUSIC. I LOVE WHAT THEY DO WITH CELLOS I MEAN AWESOME. I AM INTO ALOT OF DIFFERENT MUSIC AND THIS JUST BLEW ME AWAY.

  11. Gisbelle says:

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Apocalyptica CD
    I received my CD in excellent condition. I am very happy with my purchase through Amazon.

  12. Gitano says:

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Starting to show signs of wear…
    I’ve been a fan of the Finnish Metal-cellists since “Plays Metallica”. Who can forget the first time they heard “Enter Sandman” from the Black Album and then to have that…

  13. Saburo says:

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Disappointed
    I had hoped to hear more of the instruments instead of the heavy metal rock sound.

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