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Prophecy [Box set, Import, Limited Edition]

SoulflyAudio CD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)

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Soulfly incite a musical uprising on Enslaved, their eighth album for Roadrunner Records.

This time around, the heavy metal tribe treads extreme territory by incorporating blast beats, violent riffs and wheezing whammy squeals into its patented groove-driven war cry. All of those elements converge within a concept record about slavery—a first for legendary frontman Max Cavalera ... Read more in Amazon's Soulfly Store

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  • Audio CD (April 5, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set, Import, Limited Edition
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: Roadrunner Int'l
  • ASIN: B0001L5NNM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #365,684 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Prophecy
2. Living Sacrifice
3. Execution Style
4. Defeat U
5. Mars
6. I Believe
7. Moses
8. Born Again Anarchist
9. Porrada
10. In The Meantime
11. Soulfly Iv
12. Wings
13. Back To The Primitive (Live)
14. No Hope = No Fear (Live)
15. Spit (Live)
16. Jumpdafuckup/Bring It (Live)
17. Song Remains Insane (Live)
18. Roots Bloody Roots (Live)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting and innovative February 14, 2005
Format:Audio CD
Max is back! With him, this time around, Max brings with him a new band lineup, and a theory: to make every Soulfly album sound different. Love this album or hate it, you've got to admit it's mighty creative of Max to incorporate death metal with reggae. Now the Brazilian tribal drums may not be a surprise, but the Spanish/acoustic guitars, flutes, African rainstick, brass band, and Serbian bagpipe (that instrument that sounds like a marching band) sure are.

Now, some would say Soulfly got too experimental on this album but I disagree. The reggae/tribal moments are sprinkled on; most of the songs are still atleast partially metal.

Highlights include:

The title-track, "Prophecy", is an instant killer and concert favorite. A screaching guitar intro begins the song, then explosive and extra crunchy guitar riffs explode out of the gate. This song is not unlike Sepultura's "Roots, Bloody Roots," except it ends with double bass drums that sound like cannon fire.

The next three tracks are more hard hitting metal anthems without a trace of melody. They are some of the heaviest songs Max has written with Soulfly. Plus, track three ("Execution Style") has a nice shout along chorus.

"Mars" is where things mellow a bit. The first two minutes are metal, but it ends softly. The last three minutes drizzle on light acoustic guitar work and soft percussion. This guitar gently wails and almost makes a "wah wah" sound in places.

"I Believe" is a heartfelt and visceral song with punching guitars. Lyrically, it's a brave move for Max: telling the world what his beliefs are (God, spirit, immortality and faith.)

"Moses" is where things really get interesting.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Almost Soulfly 1 All Over Again October 4, 2006
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This album is sick. In Soulfly, the production value was just stupendous. I'm a big critic on CD quality for music. Besides the songs, that's my main reason to buy or not to buy a cd.

Like the first Soulfly, everything was heavy, the guitars were raunchy, the bass roared and thunked, and the drumbs and cymbals just flared with fury. There was tribal drums written all over it, and you could hear them perfectly and especially with headphones-what side each instrument was panned on.

In Primitve, Max went and made it a co-op album with each artist's track, but the quality was all tuned down. Much like anything of Ill Nino since Revolution, just littled to nothing basically. The guitars were too clean, and the drums were muted out and panned too softly. That, and the vibe was just too uplifting, especially since Soulfly is all a musical therapy/dedication for Max coping with his dead son. This album blew.

Soulfly 3 comes out, and it didn't blow my socks off lol, It'd made me put them back on. It was a good comeback after the embarassing Primitive. I love how it was really more on the political side of the spectrum lyrically, but it's kind of a bore to feel it - now 2 years later with the support of the war and the world totally takin a downfall.
He experimented a little too much on this album. It seemed a little rushed as most of the songs all had their own volume and instrumentation (which is not bad considering it's primarily different artists every other track) But it just wasn't up to par. Honestly, this should've been the original follow up. If they would've just taken more time on this it could've been a gem.

Now, here we are with Prophecy. It's just as hard as Soulfly 1.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Energetic, uplifting, and colorful May 25, 2005
Format:Audio CD
"Prophecy"'s spiky, churning guitars and rolling, tribal-tinged drums are very much as in "Roots," Max Cavalera's last album with Sepultura. But unlike Sepultura, Soulfly experiments with sounds beyond Brazil, such as dub, flamenco, and even Serbian folk music. The results can be jarring, as acoustic interludes come out of nowhere, only to be steamrolled by the next thrashy stomper. However, this ultimately makes for an enjoyable and varied, if occasionally humorous listen. The album falters near the end, starting with an unnecessary cover of Helmet's "In the Meantime" that drops into a baffling psychedelic coda. Overall, however, the album is energetic, uplifting, and colorful.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Experimental and interesting July 19, 2004
By Cory G.
Format:Audio CD
I have never been a Soulfly fan, prefering to stick to Sepultura after hearing a couple of Soulfly songs and being turned off. I decided I would give them a chance after my friend told me it would be a new band (other than Max) for every Soulfly cd so I hoped that they would get a good band, as I know how rock hard Max's rhythm can be when he wants it to. Well, the band wasn't supertalented, but the music written on here is outstanding. Heavily influenced by reggae, many of the songs are all acoustic and feature non-metal instruments, giving it a tribal flavour like never before. Soulfly have tried and tried in the past to be a tribal-metal band, i hear from people, and I think they have succeeded here. Half the cd is metal, half is acoustic reggae-tribal stuff. Max hasn't sounded this good since Roots (where he sounded WAY better), his performance has surpassed previous Soulfly offerings.
Almost every song is good, only 1 or 2 songs sounded like filler and I got some special edition with 18 tracks that include 6 tracks from a Soulfly concert in Sweden, where the lead guitarist struggles to play Roots Bloody Roots. It was an ok 6 tracks, I think it was with the previous Soulfly band, like the one who played on 3.
As I said, it's very experimental, the melodies are amazing, the drummer is better, the lead guitarist is better, the vocals are better, the bass is better, Max sounds better, the overall songwriting is outstanding and.... I recommend it to music fans in general. This steers away from nu-metal entirely, so don't be scared to buy it. Finally Max is back!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Top-Notch Metal from Soulfly
I see Soulfly’s “Prophecy” as the high point of their first four albums, as it finds the perfect balance between the metal influences of Max’s Sepultura work and the tribal... Read more
Published 7 months ago by J. Hill
5.0 out of 5 stars MASTERPIECE!!!!!!
PROPHECY is a great MASTERPIECE from Max and SOULFLY.....There's some REGGAE and some nice acoustic guitars and All the songs are great like EXECUTION STYLE, DEFEAT U, MOSES, BORN... Read more
Published 12 months ago by FLUMINENSE
4.0 out of 5 stars GREAT SOULFLY ALBUM!!!!
After 2 not so good albuns, MAX create another great metal album!!! This one and the debut are the best albuns by SOULFLY!!!!
Published on May 2, 2012 by Rio Fluzão
5.0 out of 5 stars Max Cavalera's Finest Work!
Prophecy, being Max Cavalera and Soulfly's 4th album, is the band's best. From the title track all the way to the secret song, the many different styles incorporated into each... Read more
Published on March 16, 2012 by Mr. Anderson1980
5.0 out of 5 stars Soulfly - Prophecy
Soulfly's fourth studio album, Prophecy, released in 2004 is my favourite Soulfly album to date.

The album opens really well with `Prophecy,' `Living Sacrifice,'... Read more
Published on July 27, 2011 by Gentlegiantprog
3.0 out of 5 stars A nice album -> 3,5 stars
This album is not good not bad but its a little more better than just ok. They have the same formula on soulfly songs. Read more
Published on April 20, 2011 by KOURKOULOS NIKOS
5.0 out of 5 stars OFF THE CHART CD!
By far Soulfly's BEST CD! I have all of Soulfly's CD's and I think this is their best. The Music is Awesome and of course Dedicated to God.
Published on September 12, 2009 by Craig Rupert
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Soulfly
This is Soulfly's best. Dark Ages is pretty good, but this sounds much better. Some of the songs are a bit 'funky' like Moses, but they are really fun to listen to. Read more
Published on December 12, 2006 by Todd Berggren
5.0 out of 5 stars The least best of an amazing band!
This was the first album I heard by Soulfly after I realized that Max had formed a band for over 5 years now (1999).

I new Sepultura at its best possible evolution.
Published on November 26, 2006 by Rage Against
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW!!!!
Max is back! An amazing CD from start to finish. I was a HUGE fan of Sepultura back in the day but lost track of anyhting Max did after ROOTS. Read more
Published on April 16, 2006 by BLEEKER
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