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专辑名:Reanimation
歌手:LINKIN PARK
发行时间:2002-07-30

简介:唯有破坏才能重生 超过20位以上嘻哈、摇滚、电音首席乐手参与颠覆任务 林肯公园˙颠覆自己 非混音新专辑『颠覆 混合理论』 Linkin Park已经堪称是当今所谓饶舌金属乐界,最亮眼突出的明星级乐队。虽然正式出道前这群来自南加州的小伙子曾经多次被唱片公司挽拒,不过在2000年底首张专辑「Hybrid Theory」发表后所掀起的滔天巨浪,包括红翻大江南北的主打单曲如" One Step Closer"与"In The End" 及葛来美奖提名最佳摇滚专辑/最佳新进艺人等三项的肯定,都证明当初那些保守势力忽略了他们结合工业舞曲、金属摇滚及饶舌嘻哈的绝对潜力,并奠定了他们位居新世代混种音魔的一线地位。 就在全球乐迷引颈期待新作的此刻,他们却先交出了一张定名为「Reanimation」的专辑,乍看曲目会很容易认为Linkin Park不过是将旧歌重新混音。但其实他们的野心几乎大过一张全新的创作:光是参与「Reanimation」的阵容,将嘻哈与现代摇滚双方人马,从洛城地下嘻哈新势力Jurassic 5与拉丁摇滚乐队Ozomatli之共同奇才团员Chali 2na、费城爵士饶舌首席组合The Roots的饶舌歌者Black Thought、纽约派狠将Pharoahe Monch、与Jurassic 5旗鼓相当的饶舌队伍Dilated Peoples、工业摇滚妖男团Orgy之首领Jay Gordon、密西根州重摇滚新团Taproot的主唱Stephen Richards、加州重摇滚实验大团Deftones的吉他手Stephen Carpenter、当代新金属大团Korn的团长Jonathan Davis到一鸣惊人之Staind主唱Aaron Lewis全数网罗,齐聚一堂的阵势就已经可比「闪灵悍将」(Spawn)与「刀锋战士2」(Blade 2)等跨派系合作之原声带。 在原团饶舌大将Mike Shinoda(也曾任The X-Ecutioners製作)、刮碟好手兼团长Joseph Hahn的主导下,他们邀得群雄献技的成果更是超越了一般混音专辑的层次,直接杀入解构再诠释、颠覆又重建的全新境界。交错着弦乐开场与钢琴过场,Linkin Park企图推进饶舌金属、嘻哈甚至是实验性格强烈的电气IDM于极致,再掀惊骇声浪与慑人气势的野心愈发显得激进,Jonathan Davis更重製了Linkin Park的代表单曲" One Step Closer"为"1STP KLOSR",不啻为一种前辈对后生的致意。赞叹之余,唯有臣服! (by 博客来) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Reanimation is the first remix album by American rock band Linkin Park as a follow-up to their first studio album, Hybrid Theory and released on July 30, 2002. Recorded during the Hybrid Theory tour in 2001, it features hip hop and electronic-influenced remixes of songs from Hybrid Theory. Reanimation helped the many underground hip hop artists that it featured reach a larger audience, as well as changing the nature of the work so significantly (restructuring songs, adding or substantially changing verses, and adding several guest artists) that it could be considered an entirely new album. Reviewer Stephen Thomas Erlewine (of Allmusic) considered the album "a welcome step in the right direction," and he praised Reanimation for attempting to break new ground. Linkin Park have also stated that this album could be considered both a remix and studio album. Metacritic gave the album an average score of 60. However, the album reached a peak position of #2 on the Billboard 200 and stayed on the list for 33 straight weeks. It sold 270,000 copies in its debut week. (wiki) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ by Stephen Thomas Erlewine The remix album -- the time-honored tradition of buying time between records. Often, these are inconsequential affairs (Limp Bizkit's New Old Songs leaps to mind, for some reason), but if a band is smart, they can use this time-buying ploy to their advantage, redefining their sound somewhat, or at least reaching out for that elusive street credibility. The latter option is especially true for bands that have a big, big chart hit on their hands but little critical respect or reputation as a hip band. Which brings us to Linkin Park's Reanimation, a generous 20-track remix record of their debut Hybrid Theory that the band has vaguely alluded to as their art project. That means the group has left the hamfisted alt-metal of their debut behind, turning this record over to rappers, remixers, DJs, and assorted producers to give it a darkly hip, electronic edge. This may not be particularly pleasing to those who loved the angst-ridden rock theatrics of the debut, but it's a damn sight more interesting than that debut, helping Linkin Park distinguish themselves from the adolescently tortured rap-rock pack. The paradox is, of course, that the band sounds more original when filtered through the likes of Kutmasta Kurt, Alchemist, Pharoahe Monch, Aceyalone, and Jonathan Davis, among others, but any change is welcome, really (well, apart from the apparent decision to leave grammar and spelling behind; every song title is an "arty" interpretation of the original title -- "Paper Cut" is "Ppr:Kut," "Cure for the Itch" is "Kyur4 th Ich," etc. -- resulting in a silly mish-mash of letters and numerals). Some of this works quite well, some of it is kind of juvenile (really, does Motion Man need to repeat "Linkin Park -- remix" over and over again on his rap?), much of it is only slightly recognizable from the original, it's too long, and compared to contemporary arty rock (Radiohead, Flaming Lips, Clinic, Trail of Dead, System of a Down, Interpol, etc.), it really isn't that arty. But, compared to what they've done before, and compared to their peers, Reanimation is arty and a welcome step in the right direction.

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唯有破坏才能重生 超过20位以上嘻哈、摇滚、电音首席乐手参与颠覆任务 林肯公园˙颠覆自己 非混音新专辑『颠覆 混合理论』 Linkin Park已经堪称是当今所谓饶舌金属乐界,最亮眼突出的明星级乐队。虽然正式出道前这群来自南加州的小伙子曾经多次被唱片公司挽拒,不过在2000年底首张专辑「Hybrid Theory」发表后所掀起的滔天巨浪,包括红翻大江南北的主打单曲如" One Step Closer"与"In The End" 及葛来美奖提名最佳摇滚专辑/最佳新进艺人等三项的肯定,都证明当初那些保守势力忽略了他们结合工业舞曲、金属摇滚及饶舌嘻哈的绝对潜力,并奠定了他们位居新世代混种音魔的一线地位。 就在全球乐迷引颈期待新作的此刻,他们却先交出了一张定名为「Reanimation」的专辑,乍看曲目会很容易认为Linkin Park不过是将旧歌重新混音。但其实他们的野心几乎大过一张全新的创作:光是参与「Reanimation」的阵容,将嘻哈与现代摇滚双方人马,从洛城地下嘻哈新势力Jurassic 5与拉丁摇滚乐队Ozomatli之共同奇才团员Chali 2na、费城爵士饶舌首席组合The Roots的饶舌歌者Black Thought、纽约派狠将Pharoahe Monch、与Jurassic 5旗鼓相当的饶舌队伍Dilated Peoples、工业摇滚妖男团Orgy之首领Jay Gordon、密西根州重摇滚新团Taproot的主唱Stephen Richards、加州重摇滚实验大团Deftones的吉他手Stephen Carpenter、当代新金属大团Korn的团长Jonathan Davis到一鸣惊人之Staind主唱Aaron Lewis全数网罗,齐聚一堂的阵势就已经可比「闪灵悍将」(Spawn)与「刀锋战士2」(Blade 2)等跨派系合作之原声带。 在原团饶舌大将Mike Shinoda(也曾任The X-Ecutioners製作)、刮碟好手兼团长Joseph Hahn的主导下,他们邀得群雄献技的成果更是超越了一般混音专辑的层次,直接杀入解构再诠释、颠覆又重建的全新境界。交错着弦乐开场与钢琴过场,Linkin Park企图推进饶舌金属、嘻哈甚至是实验性格强烈的电气IDM于极致,再掀惊骇声浪与慑人气势的野心愈发显得激进,Jonathan Davis更重製了Linkin Park的代表单曲" One Step Closer"为"1STP KLOSR",不啻为一种前辈对后生的致意。赞叹之余,唯有臣服! (by 博客来) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Reanimation is the first remix album by American rock band Linkin Park as a follow-up to their first studio album, Hybrid Theory and released on July 30, 2002. Recorded during the Hybrid Theory tour in 2001, it features hip hop and electronic-influenced remixes of songs from Hybrid Theory. Reanimation helped the many underground hip hop artists that it featured reach a larger audience, as well as changing the nature of the work so significantly (restructuring songs, adding or substantially changing verses, and adding several guest artists) that it could be considered an entirely new album. Reviewer Stephen Thomas Erlewine (of Allmusic) considered the album "a welcome step in the right direction," and he praised Reanimation for attempting to break new ground. Linkin Park have also stated that this album could be considered both a remix and studio album. Metacritic gave the album an average score of 60. However, the album reached a peak position of #2 on the Billboard 200 and stayed on the list for 33 straight weeks. It sold 270,000 copies in its debut week. (wiki) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ by Stephen Thomas Erlewine The remix album -- the time-honored tradition of buying time between records. Often, these are inconsequential affairs (Limp Bizkit's New Old Songs leaps to mind, for some reason), but if a band is smart, they can use this time-buying ploy to their advantage, redefining their sound somewhat, or at least reaching out for that elusive street credibility. The latter option is especially true for bands that have a big, big chart hit on their hands but little critical respect or reputation as a hip band. Which brings us to Linkin Park's Reanimation, a generous 20-track remix record of their debut Hybrid Theory that the band has vaguely alluded to as their art project. That means the group has left the hamfisted alt-metal of their debut behind, turning this record over to rappers, remixers, DJs, and assorted producers to give it a darkly hip, electronic edge. This may not be particularly pleasing to those who loved the angst-ridden rock theatrics of the debut, but it's a damn sight more interesting than that debut, helping Linkin Park distinguish themselves from the adolescently tortured rap-rock pack. The paradox is, of course, that the band sounds more original when filtered through the likes of Kutmasta Kurt, Alchemist, Pharoahe Monch, Aceyalone, and Jonathan Davis, among others, but any change is welcome, really (well, apart from the apparent decision to leave grammar and spelling behind; every song title is an "arty" interpretation of the original title -- "Paper Cut" is "Ppr:Kut," "Cure for the Itch" is "Kyur4 th Ich," etc. -- resulting in a silly mish-mash of letters and numerals). Some of this works quite well, some of it is kind of juvenile (really, does Motion Man need to repeat "Linkin Park -- remix" over and over again on his rap?), much of it is only slightly recognizable from the original, it's too long, and compared to contemporary arty rock (Radiohead, Flaming Lips, Clinic, Trail of Dead, System of a Down, Interpol, etc.), it really isn't that arty. But, compared to what they've done before, and compared to their peers, Reanimation is arty and a welcome step in the right direction.