quarta-feira, 28 de março de 2012

Metal Evolution - Episode 9 - Shock Rock (Legendado)

Unlike any other genre profiled on the show, Shock Rock is defined by its visuals and public image, not by its sound. The genre has roots in Screamin’ Jay Hawkins and Arthur Brown. This episode focuses on metal's impact in pushing the envelope when it came to disturbing and horrific imagery and its place as Public Enemy #1 to conservative America. From its first major figure in Alice Cooper in the 1970s, to early black metal pioneers Venom and Mercyful Fate in the 1980s, to Marilyn Manson, who was made a scapegoat for the Columbine High School massacre of 1999. Slipknot and Rammstein are also featured.

Track Listing in Order of Appearance

Iron Maiden : Trooper
Alice Cooper : School’s Out
Circus Contraption : Circus Contraption Theme
Little Richard : Whole Lotta Shaking Going On
Screaming Jay Hawkins : I Put A Spell On You
Arthur Brown : Snazzy Scene
Arthur Brown : Fire
Arthur Brown : Nightmare
KISS : Hotter Than Hell
KISS : God of Thunder
KISS : Shock Me
KISS : Beth
Iron Maiden : Number of the Beast
Venom : Bloodlust
Venom : Welcome to Hell
Mercyful Fate : Nightmare Be Thy Name
Mercyful Fate : The Witches Dance
Marilyn Manson : Get Your Gunn
Marilyn Manson : Anti-Christ Superstar
Slipknot : Disasterpiece
Slipknot : People = Shit
Rammstein : Rammstein
Rammstein : Buch Dich
Rammstein : Pussy
Alice Cooper : Welcome to My Nightmare

quarta-feira, 21 de março de 2012

Metal Evolution - Episode 8 - Nu Metal (Legendado)

In the mid-1990s, the rise of a new genre of music emerged. Influenced by two seemingly opposing forces in music, Hip Hop and Hard Rock, Nu Metal broke ground and gave way to new sounds and new bands like KornDeftonesLinkin Park and Limp Bizkit. In this episode, Sam Dunn explores the genre which he questions the methods of Nu Metal and its connection with the Metal family. Surprising starts come from bands such as AnthraxPantera and Faith No More to the creation of the genre in the mid-1990s and leads unfortunate events that conspired in Woodstock in 1999 which lead to Nu Metal's decline soon thereafter. 

Track Listing in Order of Appearance

Linkin Park : In the End
Saliva : Raise Up
Public Enemy & Anthrax : Bring the Noise
Faith No More : Epic
Rage Against the Machine : Bullet in the Head
Pantera : Cowboys From Hell
Korn : Right Now
Korn : Here to Stay
Deftones : Bored
Deftones : Digital Bath
Sepultura : Roots Bloody Roots
Soulfly : Roots Bloody Roots
Coal Chamber : Fiend
Limp Bizkit : Faith
Limp Bizkit : Stuck (Demo version)
Limp Bizkit : Break Stuff
Limp Bizkit : Nookie
Korn : Blind
Slayer : Stain of Mind
Disturbed : Inside the Fire
Papa Roach : Last Resort
Linkin Park : One Step Closer

quarta-feira, 14 de março de 2012

Metal Evolution - Episode 7 - Grunge (Legendado)

On April 5, 1994, Kurt Cobain pressed a shotgun to his head and pulled the trigger extinguishing the life of one of rock’s most enigmatic but tortured geniuses and symbolically ending the storybook reign of grunge. In Episode 7 of Metal Evolution, Sam explores grunge, a.k.a. the Seattle Sound, from a decidedly fresher approach, inspiring two fundamental questions: “Why did grunge polarize the Metal community?” and “What are the true roots of grunge?"

Track Listing in Order of Appearance

Soundgarden : Loud Love
Mudhoney : Touch Me I’m Sick
Poison : Talk Dirty To Me
Soundgarden : Loud Love
Mudhoney : Touch Me I’m Sick
Tad : Wood Goblins
The Sonics : The Witch
Black Flag : Three Night
The Melvins : Lizzy
Nirvana : Lithium
Pearl Jam : Evenflow
Soundgarden : Flower
Soundgarden : Inaudible
Soundgarden : Loud Love
Alice in Chains : Man in the Box
Soundgarden : Blow Up the Outside World
Days of the New : Touch Peel and Stand
Creed : Higher
Nickelback : Burn It to the Ground
Alice in Chains : Them Bones
Soundgarden : Beyond the Wheel

domingo, 4 de março de 2012

Metal Evolution - Episode 6 - Thrash (Legendado)

How could metal go so horribly wrong? These were the bitter thoughts of scruffy outsiders Lars Ulrich,Dave MustaineGary Holt and Scott Ian, cursing as the glorious clang of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal echoed across America, only to die in LA. Ratt, Dokken, Quiet Riot – where was the power? Where was the fire in the belly? From this crucible of embarrassment, a virulent strain of metal called thrash was born, the likes of MetallicaSlayer and Anthrax wreaking vengeance on hook and melody through a rhythmic discipline executed at breakneck tempos topped by harshly barked vocals laying bare the horrors of nuclear holocaust and other fun forms of death. 

Track Listing in Order of Appearance

TESTAMENT : Into the Pit
TESTAMENT : Over the Wall
IRON MAIDEN : Phantom of the Opera
TESTAMENT : Persecuted Won’t Forget
MOTORHEAD : Overkill
METALLICA : Phantom Lord
METALLICA : Hit the Lights
METALLICA : The Four Horsemen
DEATH ANGEL : Voracious Souls
EXODUS : Bonded by Blood
ANTHRAX : What Doesn’t Die
SLAYER : Hell Awaits
MEGADETH : Peace Sells
SLAYER : Necrophobic
METALLICA : Master of Puppets
ANTHRAX : Efilnikufesin (N.F.L.)
ALICE IN CHAINS : Bleed the Freak
MEGADETH : Tornado of Souls
METALLICA : Enter Sandman
METALLICA : Nothing Else Matters
SLAYER : War Ensemble
TESTAMENT : The Ballad
AT THE GATES : Blinded By Fear
IN FLAMES : Only for the Weak
ARCH ENEMY : Revolution Begins
LAMB OF GOD : Again We Rise