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Time Does Not Heal Import

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  • Audio CD (February 22, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B002J8Y426
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,203 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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THE THRASH ALBUM! This album is the pinnacle of what all the mid to late eighties thrash bands were aiming at when trying to get more cerebral, more complex, more extreme.
Gene Hoglan (Death, Strapping Young Lad, etc) is the driving force, penning many of the lyrics and music (even playing a guitar solo) along with new guitarist for this release (Brett Eriksen). The lyrics are deep, intelligent, complex (get your thesaurus out!), and disturbing. The music matches. A sticker on the cover proclaimed "246 riffs" (haven't counted but I believe it!)...and they are all quality technical riffs (try playing a few!), not like the crap around today. Many of the songs are long and go through many changes, so you have to stick at it. Combine this with quality melodic as well as thrashy solos, melodic and barking vocals from Ron Reinhart, and the result is what I feel sums this album up. It's oppressive.
The production was handled by Terry Date of Pantera fame. He seemed to slow DA down a notch (well almost!), get a bit of a groove going, tighten up the noise and give the recording depth.
That said, maybe 4.5 stars is closer to the mark, there are a couple of sections that drag on a bit.
The highlight is probably the 9:16 minute long "An Ancient Inherited Shame", it is unrelenting high speed thrash with lyrics dealing with the emotional turmoil and psychology of rape...from a female perspective. Successfully. You can't help but applaud such an ambitious undertaking.
P.S. Did I mention the drumming??
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don't buy this from seller ships_first_class_daily, it will take forever to reach you and if you give him a bad rating he will harass and threaten you to remove it. Great customer service indeed. Anyhow just a warning to watch out for horrible sellers buy from anyone but him, if you want to hear this great metal masterwork within the next 3 months.

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This was unfortunately the last Dark Angel album but fortunately my first - this was the album that started a long obsession with the band and Gene Hoglans drumming in particular - yes, he is that damn good! All Dark Angel albums are classic but this is their mature effort - warm production, fast, intense multilayered guitars with some of the most thought provoking lyrics ever to grace a CD - period! It has to be said that the album has no duffers but prize mentions go to Trauma & Catharsis, An Anchient Inherited Shame and my personal favourite Psychosexuality - check those Bass Drums at the end!
I nearly shed a tear when I found out about their demise and I nearly celebrated when the rumors were circulating in 2000 about a reunion! they will be sorely missed! BUY THIS ALBUM
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these guy arose around the same time as the big 4(metallica,slayer,megadeth&anthrax)and learned abit from them but never breaking big actually they might have been the biggest hidden secret of the west coast sceane only releaseing 4 full length cds,one best of and being on 8 or so comps & one live cd.with every cd they became more aggressive and lethal but after this cd where could they have gone gene hoglan when on to play in death,strapping young lad,fear factory,and a few more but the rest no one knows they only showed up in 2006 on a metallica cover cd of a song.
any way this cd was to dark angel= slayers reign in blood pure fury but they added a bulldozer of power with it musical perfection of brutality and thrash metal aggressive fury.they showed on time does not heal that they truly deserved to run with the big four or at least open for them likr many other thrashers got to back in the day but DA never realy got their fair shot at the gold with 4 cds over10 years just did not push them to the top.they should have been up there with exodus,testament and overkill with heir talent,time frame and music prowless but then- death is certain LIFE IS NOT.
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Dark Angel's Time Does Not Heal is an excellent thrash metal album. I like this one better than Leave Scars, but not as much as Darkness Descends or We Have Arrived (both of which feature original singer Don Doty). Ron Rinehart seems more comfortable and confident in his vocals on Time, which turned out to be the band's swan song. The music is more intense and melodic than their previous effort. I don't care for The Black Edition due to the package, which is much larger than the standard CD cases and doesn't fit in with a collection. The sound quality is great though. The book includes lyrics but not much else. If I were to buy this again I'd get the "regular" version, not The Black Edition.
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"Nine songs, 67 minutes, 246 riffs!" So reads the emphatically-written sticker labeling Dark Angel's fourth and final studio album, 1991's "Time Does Not Heal." D.A. were a California-based Eighties thrash band, yet they never quite achieved the same level of superstardom that most groups from that state and of that era (i.e. Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, Testament, etc.) had. But whatever they lacked in commercial/mainstream success, they made up for in sheer, aural brutality and amazing riffs. Much like "Eternal Nightmare"-era Vio-lence, this band's records were choking with positively excellent riffage and fiery, shredding solos. The end result sounded not unlike "Eternal Nightmare"-era Vio-lence and "Kill `Em All"-meets-"...And Justice For All"-era Metallica.

And sure, some might label Dark Angel as being a bit of a Johnny-come-lately to the Californian thrash scene, but it would be misleading to do so. See, this band was actually a little bit innovative, as they packed more riffs into any given one of these nine songs that most thrash bands could manage in a whole album. The guitars furiously race by in tandem throughout "Time Does Not Heal," and they are furthered by deft, slamming drums, fat bass lines, and surprisingly melodic vocals. Furthermore, D.A. stood out from the rest of the thrash scrapheap for being a group that had three -- count `em, three! -- guitarists (drumming god Gene Hoglan helped out lead guitarists Eric Meyer and Brett Eriksen by also chipping in with some surprisingly solid rhythm guitar work.)

The title track begins with a flamenco-sounding guitar intro, but then, soon enough, really tasty, pounding, Metallica-esque riffs soon take over, as do soaring, Iron Maiden-inspired vocals, and funky, slapped bass lines.
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