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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 13, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Steamhammer / SPV
  • ASIN: B000ION6YA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,381 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Dead Again is Type O Negative's seventh studio album, and after a four year lapse between releases, a much-anticipated return to the sonic bombast that the Brooklyn-based band is famous for. Clocking in at over 77 minutes, Dead Again is a 10-song musical journey through the darkest depths of the human condition. Love, loss, insanity, morality, mayhem, your secret dreams and worst nightmares are all included in the Type O Negative formula created by the self-taught professor of emotional chemistry, Peter Steele. Recorded and Produced by Steele and keyboardist Josh Silver, the sound of darkness is prophetic, the rock is hard and the screams are real. In the words of Grigori "The Mad Monk" Rasputin, whom the Russian nobility unsuccessfully attempted to kill on numerous occasions for his influence on the last family of Czars, When the bell tolls three times, it will announce that I have been killed Pray Czar of Russia. Pray."With past gold and platinum albums under their belts, the bells have definitely not tolled for Type O Negative. Reaffirmed and resolute, they bring you news from a darker place, a place of infinitely organized chaos where the living cannot be swayed from their infinite circle of creation and destruction. We are born, we live, we fuck it all up, we strive to forgive and be forgiven, and we are reborn. Type O Negative are on the brink of a rebirth. But first they are Dead Again!

Gothfather Peter Steele returns with a new batch of familiar-sounding tracks that satisfy the ache metal fans have long felt for a new Type O Negative record. While Steele and Co. don't reinvent the genre here, the opening breakneck rocker "Dead Again," its Black Sabbath-on-Diamond Head successor "Tripping a Blind Man," and the epically epic "The Profits of Doom" create the metallic trinity of 2007's first quarter. Elsewhere, Steele gives us another gothic, Alice Cooper-esque ballad ("September Sun"), tears up our speakers with a little bit of humor ("Halloween in Heaven"), and comes around once more to slam down the almighty doom hammer ("She Burned Me Down"). Yes, the production's a little murkier than it probably has to be and no there's nothing that strikes as an immediate classic, but as Type O records go, Dead Again is admirable for its strong convictions and solidity. ––Jedd Beaudoin

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Just listen it, it is Type O Negative!
Luis Bueno
There isn't much else to say except I wish it was more 'goth' because no other band I know could ever do the vampire goth music like Type O. This is just boring music.
The band took a much different approach on this album but it still sounds just as good as the previous albums.

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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By KaneRobot on February 13, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
So I got sucked in and picked up DA Red. I knew going in that the main album had nothing new outside of the color on the CD, that's fine. What was somewhat disappointing about the bonus DVD was how little effort seemed to go into it. The video is non-anamorphic widescreen. Essentially, what this means is if you are watching it on an HDTV, you'll have the picture enclosed in a little box in the middle of the screen, rather than having it stretched out to fit your TV properly like 95% of other DVDs would do. Some DVD players let you manually stretch the picture to fill the screen properly, but it looks crappy. Those watching on a regular TV will see the usual black bars at the top and bottom, so it's not as much of an issue for SDTV owners. Still, non-anamorphic discs were all but extinct 6 or 7 years ago, seeing one in 2008 is pretty pathetic.

For those wondering, the DVD includes a portion of a live performance (Wacken '07), with the songs Anethstesia, Christian Woman (full version), Love You To Death, and Kill You Tonight (aka Xero Tolerance). Also included are the videos for September Sun and Profit of Doom. The interview section runs about 14 minutes and contains an 11 minute Q&A about various topics that don't go outside the usual interview boundaries (Favorite place to play, favorite tour, what have you been up to, etc). Since the answers are often funny you forget that it's a pretty basic interview. The remaining 3 minutes is a pretty amusing "tour" through Coney Island. Josh - who, not unexpectedly, said nothing during the Q&A - walks around talking to cops and street trash. Entertaining stuff.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on April 3, 2007
Format: Audio CD
It's been a long time since Type O Negative have been on the scene. Too long, as a matter of fact. 2003 saw the release of Life Is Killing Me and the band seemed to all but vaporize since. Rest assured, however, the boys from Brooklyn are back, and frontman Peter Steele has gone through enough of a personal Hell to inspire one of the best albums of their career. "Dead Again," Type O's seventh studio album sounds just as fresh as the classic Bloody Kisses or October Rust, leaving no fan disappointed in it's wake.

At the risk of sounding like a fanboy, I must say that this album totally blew my mind. Listening to it, I get the same feelings I did when I took my first listen of Bloody Kisses oh so many years ago. It's hard to believe how long these guys have been at it, and that they have yet to get stale or boring. Whether it's the triumphant opening title track, or the gloomy ballad, "September Sun," Type O Negative touch on all their previous material here, while still keeping it relevant. Others like "Tripping A Blind Man," "An Ode To Locksmiths" and "She Burned Me Down" are the cream of the crop, with their punch-in-the-gut riffs that bring back old school Black Sabbath (something that Type O are the best at). Even a song like "These Three Things," which clocks in at over fourteen minutes, is impossible not to enjoy.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By leachim on November 1, 2007
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Type O is one of my favorite bands, and their album "October Rust" is my all-time favorite album. For a band with such a self-deprecating sense of humor and such a choppy musical history, Type O Negative creates powerful, emotional music that transcends the goth stereotypes it wallows in (and helped create). And Peter Steele's dark vocals, once sort of a gimmick, have become integral to their brooding sound.

Anyway, like I said, "October Rust" is the best album ever. But the follow-up, "World Coming Down", was rather disappointing. I was losing hope for the band when their last album, "Life Is Killing Me", turned out to be a significant improvement. While not as uniformly brilliant as "Rust", it had some excellent songs and brought back their sense of humor. So I had high hopes for the newest release, "Dead Again".

The album is surprising in a lot of ways. First of all, many of the songs are much faster than previous Type O material. Peter doesn't sing quite so deep and gloomy this time around, and guitarist Kenny Hickey does much more singing than before. A few songs break the ten-minute mark, something they haven't really done since their first record. And while much of their sound remains typically Type O, many of the lyrics deal with new themes and ideas.

According to recent interviews, Peter Steele has returned to his Catholic upbringing, and so much of the album deals with Christianity and religion. "The Profit of Doom" uses an asteroid striking the Earth as a metaphor for the Apocalypse. "These Three Things" deals with abortion and the Jewish state of Israel. "An Ode To Locksmiths" offers a rather twisted version of Genesis. "Halloween in Heaven" is a bit lighter in tone, dealing with all the dead great musicians playing a concert in Heaven.
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Anyone know what language is used in "September Sun" chant?
It actually is Russian. There's obviously a lot of Russian in the Album. You can tell by Rasputin on the cover. And the final track is about Rasputin's relationship with the Tsar and Tsarina of Russia. But actually, the language on Hail and Farewell to Britain is English, but nothing really... Read More
Aug 27, 2008 by AKPB-JLJ |  See all 2 posts
Anyone know what all the Russian means?
It's just the lyrics to Dead Again, in Russian. The translation is not super accurate (probably wasn't done by a native), but does make sense.
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