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Bloody Kisses

January 1, 1997

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1997
  • Release Date: January 1, 1997
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 1993 The All Blacks B.V.
  • Record Company Required Metadata: Music file metadata contains unique purchase identifier. Learn more.
  • Total Length: 1:13:28
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  • ASIN: B0011ZWMYA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (169 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,528 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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The music itself is very professional.
JoeColeIsGod
This is one my favorite albums of ALL time.
Matt
Great album, must have for Type O fans.
Matthew D Sabella

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64 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Isolation on January 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I am writing to address the last few comments being made saying that this is a dark CD. The truth is that these guys dont really get the subtle, sarcastic humour within all the songs. Type O Negative may appear dark on the surface but deep down they are making fun of just about everything and everyone. Case in point, Christian Woman mocks religion. Black Number One mocks gothic girls. Kill All The White People is making fun of racists. Too Late:Frozen and Blood And Fire are making fun of one of Peter's ex-girl friends. Finally, We Hate Everyone is making fun of....well, everyone! So to call this an album dark and depressing really does an injustice to the intent of the brooklyn foursome! And beyond that, it's really an amazing album. The music is deep, complex and sensual. It seems to just echo from the speakers, taking the listener on an ethereal journey. The music is eclectic, as the band touches base upon pop, rock, metal, industrial, hardcore, gothic and even classic rock (in songs such as Set Me On Fire, Cant Lose You and the choruses in Too Late:Frozen and Blood & Fire). This is certainly a band which has been influenced by the likes of Black Sabbath, the Doors, Deep Purple, the Beatles and Pink Floyd, as elements of all the aforementioned artists can be found on this CD. In my opinion, this is the best Type O Negative CD, although World Coming Down and October Rust arent very far behind. But next time you find this CD a bit too dark or depressing just remember that the band was smiling and laughing as they recorded these songs...
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on August 24, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Say what you will about Type O Negative, "Bloody Kisses" is one of the finest albums ever crafted, and Type O's defining masterpiece. I first caught wind of this album after hearing "Black No. 1" on the radio (it seems like that was forever ago) and I loved it instantly, it was that classic chorus that hooked me in: "Loving you was like loving the dead". While that song is a masterpiece in its' own right, "Christian Woman" and the eleven minute title track are epic dirges. "Kill All the White People" changes the mood around and is just plain hilarious and recalls the days of Type O's punkish past. "Blood & Fire" is my personal favorite, everything about that song means so much to me, and it has one of my favorite lines from a song ever that I can relate to: "Of all the women I've ever known, they're not you, I'd rather be alone...". Peter Steele and co. really did create an epic masterpiece that is truly underrated (then again, Type O is quite an underrated band). "Bloody Kisses" helped me through a lot of tough times in my life, and for anyone and everyone who has ever felt remorse, loss, or heartbreak should dive head first into this album. A true masterpiece.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David Greenwood on March 25, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Type O Negative's Bloody Kisses is one of the most essential metal albums of the decade. But do NOT buy this version of the album. The essential version of Bloody Kisses is the original one, which starts off with "Machine Screw", "Christian Woman", and "Black No. 1" as the opening tracks. Unfortunately, this re-release which for some reason struck Peter Steele as necessary, feels like only half an album.
The original version contained joke tracks such as "Machine Screw" and "Fay Ray, Come Out and Play", as well as two more thrashy tracks: "Kill All the White People" is fairly simplistic, but powerful, and a lot of fun. But the worst offense is the ommision of "We Hate Everyone", a brilliant song which touches on all of Type O Negative's musical bases, and delivers some piercing lyrics as well.
I guess they figured that these tracks were at odds with the more serious sounding tracks on the album. But the album's appeal lies in the fact that while it is undeniably beautiful music, it doesn't take itself too incredibly seriously, and when it does, it's usually making fun of itself. Without these omitted tracks, the album sounds completely different, and the new ordering makes absolutely no sense. Do yourself a favor, and get the original release. It's still available, and an essential purchase.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael on May 10, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I'm not surprised that Roadrunner re-releases most of their catalog as they've been doing for years especially the last year or so including reissues from Death, Sepultura, Madball, Front Line Assembly and Life Of Agony. The latest: two from Type O Negative. The first was their debut Slow, Deep And Hard back in March. Now, Bloody Kisses. I'm sure fans are fuming to see this classic reissued especially after it was first reissued a year after it originally came out. The difference with that one was not only did it feature a newer track and an altered tracklisting, but two of their best songs were omitted due to certain stylistic differences with the songs and the overall tracklisting. Here, you get the whole deal. Not only is the album (original tracklisting and all) remastered, but you get a bonus cd with "Suspended In Dusk" and other tracks. In my opinion, this is THE Type O Negative album to own. If you had to get just one, this would be it. Even if you're not a fan, it's a hard one to pass up. Get the "Top Shelf" Edition.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Sivolella on January 7, 2011
Format: Audio CD
CD 1
1. Machine Screw
2. Christian Woman
3. Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare-All)
4. Fay Wray Come Out And Play
5. Kill All The White People
6. Summer Breeze
7. Set Me On Fire
8. Dark Side Of The Womb
9. We Hate Everyone
10. Bloody Kisses (A Death In The Family)
11. 3.O.I.F.
12. Too Late: Frozen
13. Blood & Fire
14. Can't Lose You

CD 2
1. Suspended In Dusk
2. Black Sabbath
3. Black Sabbath (From The Satanic Perspective
4. Christian Woman (Edit)
5. Christian Woman (But-Kissing Sell-Out Version)
6. Black No. 1 (Edit)
7. Blood & Fire (Out Of The Ashes)
8. Summer Breeze (Rick Rubin Mix)
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