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Caravan Beyond Redemption
Cathedral
Caravan Beyond Redemption
Genres: Rock, Metal
 
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1998 album for Earache by the respected dark metal group. 12 tracks laced with overtones of '70s disco & funk, including 'Satanikus Robotikus' and 'Voodoo Fire'.

      
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All Artists: Cathedral
Title: Caravan Beyond Redemption
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Earache Records
Release Date: 4/20/1999
Genres: Rock, Metal
Style: Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 745316021126

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1998 album for Earache by the respected dark metal group. 12 tracks laced with overtones of '70s disco & funk, including 'Satanikus Robotikus' and 'Voodoo Fire'.

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Return Of The Gods!
DevilocK VerotiK | America | 06/17/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Well, i must say that this is an inpressive piece of work. They have created a wall of sound by expanding upon what they have done in the past and added a whole new atmosphere to their music. Cathedral have taken a simpler approach to song writing using chunky riffs and and the chaotic outpourings from singer Lee Dorrian. They have added to their sound by incorporating flutes, horns, and other types of percussion that doesn't distract the listener but envelops them into the world of Cathedral. Stand out tracks are Voodoo Fire, Unnatural World, Captain Clegg, Earth Messiah, Kaleidoscope Of Desire, Heavy Load and Omega Man. But the album itself is an all around great listen and is strongly recommended to their fans and also to first time listeners!"
The Best Guitar Riff's ever awezome album
black_wizard | puerto rico | 02/09/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"welcome back CATHEDRAL MASTERS OF THE WORLD.AWEZOME NEW ALBU"
Same old, same old
Bexborn Richard | 03/25/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)

"This album left me stone cold, Cathedral have lost all their credibilty and turned into just another stoner rock/doom-band with nothing to separate them from the mass of Kyuss/Monster Magnet-wannabees out there.Perhaps the biggest dissapointment for me was the lyrics, they're so conventional, and this from the band that gave us "The Voyage of the Homeless Sapien", "Night of the Seagulls" and "Purple Wonderland" to name but a few.While on this album Lee Dorrian is droning on about revolution and freedom for the people, politicians controlling us through television etc etc, like a thousand other hippie bands have regurgiated a thousand times.Sorry, I didn't like it."