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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Cleopatra
  • ASIN: 555210658X
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,559,896 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Spectre on October 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Razed in black have always taken a bit of a different approach to industrial music. They used to be a little on the harsh side, with crunchy speed-metal style guitars and lots of screeching bleeping synth noises that kind of layered and formed a backdrop. The beats have always been fabulous and the lyrics, though quite disturbing, are intelligent and poetic. One of the most innovative bands to come into the electro scene in years. Then along comes Damaged. This is a little more on the poppy side of things, but only because the production quality is much better than on previous albums. You can hear the influence of the multitude of different groups in the genre that helped write and produce this album. The beats are infectious, the lyrics are tantilizing. This is a club-rave frenzy in a box. I have never heard anything quite like it and expect I never will again, unless R.I.B out-do themselves whith their NEXT album. A must have for anyone who likes Dance electronica/ industrial/ trance and the like. The remix disc is also pretty good, though I like most of the originals better, the remixes are different enough to make the second cd an entity of its own.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By S. Benson on October 27, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Razed In Black has to be one of my favorite bands I have discovered over the last couple years and I was excited to get this release. I do have one major gripe with Razed In Black however, what the hell is with all the high end on all the RIB CD's? I DJ at three different clubs so a lot of people might not ever notice what I'm talking about, but you put any of their discs into a club's sound system and its a battle of the high end.
With that said this is a great CD, as a DJ I find myself playing the following songs a lot.
Blush
Am I 2 Blame
I'll Damage You
Visions (A23 mix)
The disc also includes some nifty live video and really made me want to see RIB live.
As both a industrial related music fan and a DJ I would recommend adding this CD to your collection.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 3, 2003
Format: Audio CD
It seems like many people either love or hate this release, due to the styalistic diversion from past RIB releases. I personally love how the band has mixed all their styles into one release, by that I refer to the style of Transmutator, dj RIB and DJ skOOby. They didn't limit themselves to any particular genre and as a result developed a beutiful hybrid. When I first got the CD when in Boston i didn't stop listening to it for a month, every time I listen to it I find little bits that i didn't remember from before, it's like a new CD everytime. This release is a great deal, it come with two discs, one of original releases, the second filled with remixes and two videos. All this for a price less than most regular CD's. If you want to listen to track samples check out [...] .
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Herbert West on June 15, 2005
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I bought this album the day it came out and I have listened to it over the last two years. Well, I have to say that this album is not as appealing as Sacrificed, which had more of an organic sound to it with the guitars and beats and such. To me Damaged is almost too techno for me. I loved Razed In Black for the heavy guitars, the angry vocals, and the dark evil lyrics. Damaged is more tame in terms of the music style it portrays, even the guitars sound like a keyboard effect, and there is very few on here. He definitley sings more on this release and is way more melodic, and mellow and dare I say...more accessible. But I'm not mad that the album is this way. Romell is a D.J. above all and his first love is obviously electronica, which makes this albums programming stellar. The only reason that I am disappointed in the end is that I wanted another heavy album and this album is not heavy, unless you count the non-stop bass drum. Even Shrieks, Laments, and Anguished Cries is better than Damaged, and I think that album was pretty boring too. I am not a fan of straight up techno, which is what most of this album is, so it will collect more dust than all my other cds thats for sure. Stick with Sacrificed...its flawless and the only one you need. Remember, this is just a personal opinion....if you like techno I do totally recommend this.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Berrong on July 26, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've been listening to industrial/goth music for over 10 years now, and I'd have to say that this album has been one of the most influential in my vast collection. It made me look at myself, my life in retrospect; it made me evaluate who and what I am. Very grateful for that. Yes, this album is pretty much flawless, especially with "There Goes my Head" and "Come Back to Me." I believe Rommell Regulacion is one of our greater deejays of the times-he has a way of bringing you into his own S&M hell-which I will visit daily, thank you! *laughs*

Regarding his past albums, Regulacion extends RIB into a newer, trancier version of its former self. But don't let that fool you into thinking this is merely just another EBM record. It's not-it's empowering, erotic and exciting to listen to, so save a piece of your soul today and get this album! I command, go....now...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marshall Harris on June 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
My latest indulgence of Razed In Black "Damaged" has proven to be a spectacular sequel to "Sacrificed" If you know IN you know what I mean. Toss Reznor, Metallica, VNV, and even a little Zombie and the best heart crushing industrial beat you can find in a rip blender and you have Romell Reglacion and the Black entourage. And to think this dude is from creating this incredible industrial sound in Hawaii. I bet a cover of Tiny Bubbles" by RIB would be better than the rush of monster tubes on the North Shore.
These discs haven't left my changer since they arrived and I'm investigating a bigger amp to pound out my favs- "Blush-V2 & Blush Neikka RPM Mix", I'll damage you", "Misunderstood", "Nevermeant-v2". And the rest of the second cd remixes are outrageous.
"Come back to me" is the most fluid of the tracks with a slower BPM but one cannot live at 120+ all the time.
I can't wait for my "Oh My Goth" special remix buy to get here.
A "must buy" if your into Industrial, messing with your neighbors and raging until dawn.
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