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  • Audio CD (August 26, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks, Special Edition
  • Label: Hunter
  • ASIN: B000099O19
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,146 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Come Back Alive
2. Godless
3. Apes Of God
4. More Of The Same
5. Urge
6. Corrupted
7. As It Is
8. Mind War
9. Leech
10. The Rift
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Disc: 2
1. Messiah
2. Angel
3. Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos
4. Mongoloid
5. Mountain Song
6. Bullet The Blue Sky
7. Piranha

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Customer Reviews

If you haven't heard a Seplutura album DONT GET THIS ONE.
Tobin Mcdonald
Roorback is a great album and I have been a fan since the Arise days so you know I have a great taste in metal.
A true metal head
Finally, too many of the songs aren't memorable because they lack strong hooks.
A. Stutheit

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sepulhead on August 30, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Sepultura haven't made an album this good in 12 years. This album is much faster and heavier than against or nation. Anyone who doesn't believe in post-max sepultura needs only to listen to this cd. Derrick's vocals are in top form and he shows that he is a more powerful and dynamic singer than max ever was. Paulo's bass is more noticeable to me than ever before, with a scattering of really cool bass lines throughout the cd. Andreas' guitar work is faster than it has been in recent years, and, thankfully, the great solos are BACK! But the best part of this album is, of course, Igor's drumming. If that is any surprise to you then you must not know Sepultura.
Come Back Alive, Corrupted, Mindwar, Leech, The Rift, and Activist are all great, fast songs. Apes of God is a mid-paced song with a really good riff and some NASTY drumming. More of the Same, Bottomed Out, Urge, and As It Is are all more unique songs showcasing Derrick's clean and varied vocals. I think the only one I didn't mention yet is Godless. It's a fairly heavy song, kind of on the slow side, and it really grows on you. This whole cd is excellent and a GREAT comeback for Sepultura. I Urge everyone to check this out. You won't be disappointed. Standout songs are The Rift, More of the Same, Come Back Alive, and all the others.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By G. Stanyer on November 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
How much longer do we have to listen to people denigrate the work of Sepultura after Max Cavalera?

If you can't hear the quality of the songwriting and arranging in this album, then you just aren't listening. Sepultura post-Max have developed into one of the most mature and intelligent thrash band on the planet; Derrick Green sings his ass off, Andreas Kisser's writing is world class and the overall production quality is given more attention than it ever did when Max was in the band. And above all, they aren't afraid to try new approaches, which many fans of the old line up seem to feel threatened by....

Too many people are obsessed with the cult of personality, and can't/won't accept that Sepultura can thrive, let alone exist, without Max.

If you want to hear Max, listen to Soulfly. If you wany to hear bleeding edge thrash, check this release out, but above all, try to keep your mind and your ears open.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bill Lumbergh on May 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I am a Sepultura fan, and I like "Chaos A.D." and "Roots" the best (the early stuff rules as well), but when Max Cavalera left the band in 1996 and Derrick Green took over for vocals, the CD's have been extremely disappointing. "Against" is the one I like the best, but I couldn't get into "Nation" or "Roorback".

I purchased this about a year ago, as I wanted to listen to some newer Sepultura and this album wasn't available on Napster. I was really disappointed. "Come Back Alive" is a decent opener, but it tends to trail on like this on most of the tracks. "Mind War" was a decent track, but it never caught my attention. However, I liked the U2 cover of "Bullet The Blue Sky", even though I hate U2 with a passion. But the outcome is that it is easy to forget this CD. If you must buy it, buy it used, like bloodlust 69 recommended. Just be glad that this isn't as disappointing as (*cough* St. *cough* Anguish *cough*).
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Isaiah on September 4, 2003
Format: Audio CD
In a world filled with K-mart metal, and proceesed pop; Roorback is a breath of fresh air. Bringing the intsensity and insanity of what metal has always been back into the limelight. Every song is ferocious and impactful and down right amazingly crafted. The bonuss disc "Revolusongs" showcases Sepultura's divine ability to cover songs and make them their own. "Bullet the Bly Sky" by U2 and Jane's Addiction's "Mountain Song" are my favorite of the cover tunes. I would say my favorite album track, but there are too many that top the list for me. If you love metal, you'll love Roorback.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Metalfan on August 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
It really is sad that Derrick will forever be compared to Max. Both are very good metal frontmen with incredible writing and vocal abilities, and after Max left Sepultura in 1996, Max went and is doing his thing in the under-rated Soulfly and Derrick came in and is doing his thing with the new Sepultura. The bottom line is, this new sepultura isn't the 80's thrash sepultura or the early-mid 90's tribal sepulutra. This new style actually isn't bad at all when you stop expecting them to be thrash or tribal.

lets go through the albem track by track:

COME BACK ALIVE- this is perhaps the best sepultura song since the ROOTS album. with a suitably creepy intro, it rocks out in a similar style to Refuse-Resist. 5/5

GODLESS- This gem is sure to become a concert and all-around band staple, like INNER SELF was. 5/5

APES OF GOD- this is not as good as the first 2, but has enough to keep you off the skip button. 4/5

MORE OF THE SAME- I don't like this song that much, but it's better than most music today. 3/5

URGE- ditto #4 3/5

CORRUPTED- Just what we all need at this point, after the 2 worst songs on the album are past us, how about a speed-metal rampage with a killer solo to help out? 5/5

AS IT IS- this is really what urge and more of the same wanted to be. With thought-provoking lyrics and nice guitars, this is excellent5/5

MINDWAR- kinda like corrupted, except heavier and with a better vocal performance. 5/5

LEECH- another speed-metal song, which unforunetly slows down if I remember correctly. 4/5

THE RIFT- this excellent song hearkens back to Arise's "Altered state" (opinion, I may be wrong).
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