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Customer Reviews

Decent CD. Rozz kills Valor, no question.

I really hope for their sake that dezel jef is kidding. Valor more talented than Rozz Williams?? Seriously, the worst that Williams ever released is better than anything Valor did. Making this a worthwhile album on that point alone. That being said, I will admit, this is not the total best of C.D., because Williams did some better things with them that arent on here. Its a decent comp, though. Personally, I think the best three on here are Skeleton Kiss, Romeo's Distress, and Lost Minds. Anyway, thats my take on the whole thing.

This album has it's moments.

"Sleepwalk", "Cervix Couch", and "Procession" are great songs. Believe it or not, I think "Procession" is one of Christian Death's best songs. I like this version of "Sleepwalk" way better than "Catastrophe Ballet's" version. "Cervix Couch" is an appropriate, current make-over. Like most of my reviews, get "Only Theatre Of Pain" first. Also, this album is better than the norm.

This is a great cd.

I would call this cd good but not great. Because of the fact that Specter isnt on their. And that the orginal versions are better. But overall great collection of great songs by a great band.


Formed: 1979 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The founding fathers of American goth rock, Christian Death took a relentlessly confrontational stand against organized religion and conventional morality, with an appetite for provocation that made Marilyn Manson look like Stryper. Regardless of who was leading or performing in the group, Christian Death set themselves up to shock, both in their cover art and their lyrics, which wallowed in blasphemy, morbidity, drug use, and sexual perversity. Their self-consciously controversial tactics set them...
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