Redefine

March 23, 2004 | Format: MP3

$9.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1990
  • Release Date: January 1, 1990
  • Label: J Records
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  • Total Length: 37:53
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  • ASIN: B00138H10K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,752 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

The lyrics are great as well on all songs.
Jordan
If you like rock-out metal with good melody and a great vocalist, you will love this CD.
Douglas Terrel
One of the absolute best songs of the CD, a powerhouse tune.
Schtinky

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By The Deac on March 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I was a big fan of Scars. It is more or less straight out rock and roll, well written riffs with catchy choruses. With ReDefine, Soil has grown musically in many ways.
Somehow, this album is both heavier and more melodic than Scars was. You can tell the BLS influence here. Songs like "Can You Heal Me" and "Obsession" really showcase what I'm talking about. They are melodic, but really heavy at the same time.
Soil also developed tempo changes that weren't present on Scars. Their timing on certain songs just makes them that much more powerful. Cross My Heart showcases this.
As with Scars, it kicks off with the fist-pounding anthem...in this case, Pride. This is the one that is gonna get you goin really quick...perfect opening track.
The other thing you will notice is the harmony of vocals. Adam did do some vocals on Scars (most notably My Own), but here they take harmony, and it sounds really excellent as he and Ryan's voices are very complimentary of each other.
If you liked Scars, you'll love ReDefine. If you hated Scars, you'll still probably find something to like about ReDefine. If only every band would grow the way Soil did.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Penfold on January 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Soil hasn't redefined anything on their follow-up to 2001's Scars, but they didn't need to either. Scars was quite an enjoyable slab of hard and heavy anthemic rock, and Redefine does nothing more than tighten the pace and focus. Right out the gate, Soil belts out some of the best songs of their career thus far, with Pride, Remember, and Cross My Heart of considerable note. The band starts to lose their touch near the end with filler tracks like Something Real and Say You Will, but the drop in quality is mercifully short as the band kicks back into high gear for the closing tracks. Although music lovers expecting a more varied listen might be a little disappointed, those in the mood for a powerful guitar assault will find all they are looking for in Soil's Redefine.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Martin Lemos on May 8, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The first song I heard from REDEFINE was PRIDE, it is on the Madden 2004 soundtrack. That song rocks, so when I had the chance, I went out and bought the CD. I can say that I am totally pleased with my choice. This Cd just rocks, and unlike alot of bands, SOIL doesnt seem to be doing what is popular. The music is hard and the lyrics are good and this album should do real well. My favorite songs from the cd are PRIDE, CROSS MY HEART, SAY YOU WILL, REMEMBER and SUFFERING. If you are a fan of metal or hard rock, then I suggest that you add this disc to your collection. I dont think you will be disappointed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Schtinky VINE VOICE on March 26, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I had the distinct pleasure of seeing Soil, Live in Concert with Static-X in a small venue, and this band is up and coming for a reason. Ryan McCombs is one of the best vocalists out there in heavy metal. His vocals are absolutely clear and on key, filled and fleshed out to full capacity, whether growling, shouting, or crooning.
I have been a fan for a long time and just waiting for Soil to come to the west coast, and I was both impressed and astounded at how well this band meshes their talents together both on their CD's and on the stage. I was skeptical if Soil could possibly top their previous effort, "Scars", because there was not one song on Scars that I did not like. Redefine proves that Soil has
"Pride" is their main single on this album, a heavy and driving piece that sets the tone for Redefine, showcasing Ryan's vocals and giving the listener a taste of the thrumming and chugging beat that the CD holds true throughout its entirety.
"Redefine" has that hard rock sound with a flowing vocal track that makes heavy sound almost mellow, but retains it's heavy rock base. This is the first song that brings in what I like to call the "Railroad Beat", a heavy chugging base of guitar, bass, and drum that literally lays down the tracks for the roughened vocals to travel over, making a very fine ride indeed for the listener.
In "Can You Heal Me", thrumming guitars and bass back up Ryan's powerful pleading and clear lengthy notes on this driving tune, climaxing with some great hot guitar licks. The lyrics are almost rhetorical, in not necessarily asking the question of can you help me, but rather, in my interpretation, more of a remark that you can't, and that I will have to heal myself.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joe on January 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
...And the title pretty much says it all. These guys are going to get labeled as new metal, but this CD just flat out rocks. Redefine is fairly simple, focused, and calmer than Scars for the most part, but it's solid. Definitely one of the top 10 CD's of 2004.

Highlights: "Cross My Heart" is excellent, my personal favorite. The heaviest song on here, both musically and emotionally. It's got great riffs and anger galore, a very dark tone that's different from everything else on this CD. "Pride" opens the CD with a ton of energy, and the energy of this song makes it a good one. First single "Redefine" is next, and it is also a great song. It's fairly calm, but it still rocks hard. Closer "Obsession" is another one of my favorites on here, it's very different, almost progressive. They use acoustic guitar, and piano at times during the interludes of that one, and it's a nice touch. The double bass drumline in the bridge of the song really stands out, and its one of the parts that comes together to make the song excellent. Other good songs include "Suffering", "Say You Will", and "Love Hate Game". But every song on here is good at least. I'd recommend this CD to anyone who likes modern hard rock and metal, cause it certainly does rock. 8/10.
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