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  • Audio CD (October 24, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Escapi Music
  • ASIN: B000I2IUFW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,077 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Tempter
2. Assassin
3. Victim Of The Insane
4. Revelation (Life Or Death)
5. Bastards Will Pay
6. The Fall Of Lucifer
7. Endtime
8. Psalm 9
9. Tales Of Brave Ulysses

Editorial Reviews

Every song is a masterclass in metal. Psalm 9 should be regarded as equal to any Ozzy-era Sabbath album.

YEAR: 2009

Customer Reviews

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Just buy the damn album.
Tracer Farkas
The debut album that started it all for Chicago's amazing doom metal band Trouble.
This is one of my all time favorite albums in metal period.
Christopher S. Revell

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 4, 1999
Format: Audio CD
"Psalm 9", recorded in 1984 is THE album that started not only Trouble's legacy but the 80's doom revolution. After Sabbath (Ozzy-era), Witchfinder General and Angel Witch all vanished from the doom scene, everyone thought that doom metal was just that...doomed. Everyone thought it was dead, until one band came along and that was Trouble. With Eric Wagner's soaring A+ vocals and the Priest/Sabbath-esque double guitar combination of Franklin and Wartell, they not only revolutionized the scene (along with Candlemass and St. Vitus among others at the time)this highly underrated metal band influenced a generation of doom bands to follow. This is their first, and in my opinion, best album ever. Very creative at the time, as well. Faves include the speed demon and sinister "Bastards Will Pay", the ultra-heavy riff that makes you wonder why Iommi never thought of it, "The Tempter" (which includes evil as hell vocals), the brilliantly moody epic "Victim of the Insane" which is my all-time favorite Trouble song. "Revelations (Life or Death)" has that early-Sabbath feel to it. "The Assassin" has early great Priest written all over it, and the Cream cover "Tales of the Brave Ulysses", which is so far better than the original version that its unbelievable. If you're a doom metal fan, or just plain heavy metal fan I suggest you get this now! Other albums I suggest are "Run to the Light", "Plastic Green Head", plus the two out-of-stock albums "Manic Frustation" and their 1990 self-titled album. -Brian
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Phil on September 24, 2003
Format: Audio CD
First things first: if you don't like metal, and I mean unadulterated, unapologetic heavy metal, then this album isn't for you. Fans of Sabbath dirges and NWOBHM-style melodicism, however, will find this finely crafted slab of melodic, uptempo doom a headbangers delight. Uptempo doom? Perhaps an explanation is in order. Although Trouble can plod and mope with the heaviest Sabbathites, it's the band's tendency to intersperse the sludge with faster, Priest-like chugging and Maidenesque double-lead guitar melodies that sets them apart from the slower-than-thou doom purists. In this way, they're actually more faithful Sabbath acolytes: if you'll recall, crushing dirges were only one facet of the classic Sabbath sound. At the same time, all this name dropping doesn't do justice to the quality of this music, which seemlessly incorporates the whole of pure heavy metal from its inception, to the 1984 recording date. When I discovered this album in the late 80s, it was a godsend (no pun intended-read the lyrics, and you'll see what I mean). Trouble had no boogie influences, no hairspray, and no ballads, but at the same time, were firmly ensconed in the pre-speed/thrash metal tradition. The glam metal of the former description was a ubiquitous irritant, at the time, while thrash and embryonic death metal were my staple musical diet. Trouble (along with Mercyful Fate, Helloween, and, of course, Iron Maiden) were a refreshingly melodic change of pace, while retaining the essential punch and edge that separated heavy metal from post-Guns n' Roses hard rock. Now that "stoner metal" has revived an interest in the doomy and drugged, while "power metal" bands like Iced Earth and Blind Guardian have reignited the embers of classic 80s metal melodicism, the younger generation of rivetheads owe it to themselves to check out this crucial, eminently satisfying cd.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By INFESTER on September 30, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Hey METAL BLADE you to busy signing LAMB OF GOD wannabes?? to keep this one HUGE album IN PRINT??!!!

Why keep this hidden from the kids??? O yeah its because this isnt ''cool''..this IS REAL!!! REAL METAL..AND A REAL OLDEY AS WELL!!!!

Like 3 years ago.. or 2 even this was still in print!!! I was lucky enough to score this for like 7$ used a few years back!! a TOUGH find then even!

Now to the album..sorry but METAL BLADE deserved a little beating there!!!

This is one of the ALL TIME greatest DOOM albums!!! just listen(if you can find it!) to the first song..''THE TEMPTER''..that riff is the kind of thing..that you just laugh at it is so HUGGGEEEEEEEEE!!!! everything about this reeks of CLASSIC!! the sound of this is like the most horrible production ever..BUT THATS WHY IT RULES SO MUCH!! skrew your over produced NEO CRAP MUSIC!!..these guys did what they had to do with what they had to do it with!!

Some say this is ''WHITE METAL'' meaning it has Christian lyrics..well I guess it sorta dose..but WHO CARES!!!! if I can listen to people go on about satan for 666 years I can listen to one dude who wrote semi Christian lyrics!!

Gotta love the DOUBLE BASS on here as well!! HAILS!!

And did you know that TROUBLE formed in the freakin 70's!!!!!!!!!?? yes they did!! M*TALLICA..used to love these guys when they them selves started their band...see A VERY INFULENTIAL BAND ..IS TROUBLE!!!



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