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Bleed the Sky Import

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Japanese Version featuring a Bonus Track

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Unborn
  2. What You Got
  3. Look At Me Now
  4. Modified Lie
  5. Comin Back
  6. Killing Me
  7. Bleed The Sky
  8. Inside Out
  9. Keitaracks
  10. Down To None
  11. Derelict
  12. Plastic
  13. Farewell Fix


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 27, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Wea
  • ASIN: B00005NO8P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,902,078 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on April 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
It's not very often that a CD will leave me speechless. However, Reveille's "Bleed the Sky" left me just that after my first listen, and amazingly, it still does months after my initial listen. Whether it is the blistering guitar and bass combo or the blood-curdling screams, this is just a fun CD to listen to.
1. Unborn: Think Limp Bizkit's "Take a Look Around" on steroids. Awesome, awesome song.
2. What You Got: Not exactly a metal song. More of a rap freestyle with supplementary metal music.
3. Look At Me Now: Rap-metal. I don't know what more to say.
4. Modified Lie: Same as the last track.
5. Coming Back: The lyrics are a bit corny. A little more than halfway into the song, the band simply goes all-out.
6. Killing Me: Similar to "Coming Back" in that the first half of the song is decent, while the second half sees the band go absolutely crazy with blistering chords, pulsing drums, and gut-wrenching screams that would make you think the vocalist is going about to explode.
7. Bleed the Sky: Very much like a standard Tool song in that it has a very progressive rock feel to it.
8. Inside Out: Yet another rap-metal assault. I sware, if Limp Bizkit and Kid Rock hadn't tarnished the rap-metal label, these guys would receive so much more respect for the effort they put into each track. Geez.
9. Catarax: a rap-metal + a beautiful guitar solo + apocalyptic screaming.
10. Unborn: Just drums, rapping, and some other really weird noise.
11. Derelict: I love this song. When the vocalist screams, he sounds exactly like Chino Moreno of the Deftones, and there is definitely a punk rock vibe.
12. Plastic: An epic track about the evils of plastic female enhancement.
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When i first heard of this band, i thought they were just another rap metal band like the thousands that you can find out there, but i have to say that i could not have been any more wrong, this cd absolutely blows me away still to this day, they have so many different facets to their music. The cd opens perfectly with Unborn which is equivalent to being hit with a sludgehammer, rolls nicely into What you got, which is the way rap metal should be done. Some other highlights on this cd are Modified Lie, Inside Out, Plastic and Farewell fix, but the whole cd is just amazing, they do not stick to one formula throughout the cd, but they are damn good with every style that they try, be it a very melodic song, a really heavy song or rap metal, they do all very well, i hope on their next cd that drew uses his incredible melodic voice much more, i think this cd will be hard to top, but i have a good feeling that reveille will do so
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In the rapidly growing world of rap-metal, there are imitators and then there are innovators. Reveille are definitely innovators in their field. If you took the original Rage Against the Machine and gave Tom Morello the day off, stuck in James Hetfield fresh off of Master of Puppets and threw in a hefty amount of fury, you would be well on your way to creating Reveille. They're more on the metal side than Rage ever was, with blistering riffs backing every song, multiple bridges and time changes. However, their strongest asset in my opinion is the skill of vocalist Drew Simollardes. He is truly an unequaled wordsmith, crafting scathing lyrics that fit perfectly with the speeding wall of steel put up by the other four musicians. Unlike many of the heavier bands that spread unfocused anger for anger's sake, Drew's lyrics focus his rage into a white hot flame directed at one's own shortcomings and others' hypocrisy. His voice is very well suited for the band, alternating between venemously spitting and furiously screaming his words. Do you remember that kid in high school that made you so furious you thought you would completely explode with anger? Well Drew's reached that point and gone past it. Reveille are definitely on the top of the heap of metal bands in general, and rap-metal in particular. Both of their CD's, Laced and Bleed the Sky are worthy additions to any metalheads' collection.
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Haven't heard or seen this CD in a long long time. They use to be one of my favorite groups back in high school with Rage Against the Machine...listened to them before basketball games all the time in high school. Great to hear them again and bring back some good old memories. Thanks
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By A Customer on March 14, 2003
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these guys have come out of nowhere with a near perfect album.
amazing vocals, lyrics, drum lines, melodies and programming make 'bleed the sky' an epic classic modern hard rock album. it gets my vote as one of the best hard rock albumss of the 90s. i'd rank it up with Korn's album "Issues". This is truly a breakthrough band that I am excited about hearing their future work
don't think twice, buy this album. if you love Korn, POD, Linkin Park, Taproot... you need this album.
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We are so lucky to experience bands like this, and so unlucky to discover that the bands have already broken up. This CD is a cross between Limp Bizkit, Deftones, and RATM. Don't be scared when a mention Limp, because it is a good thing. The music itself reminds me of an earlt Deftones AKA Around The Fur. That statement right there should make you buy this album. His scream also resembles Chino, and his singing is very RATM/Fred Durst. Buy it now.
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