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Revolver Soul

Alabama 3

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Revolver Soul is exactly the kind of album Alabama 3 should be doing seven records deep into their career — not breaking the mold, but delving deeper into their trademark sound while trimming the filler and unnecessary fooling around that plagued even their best work. The core is intact — hip-hop and dance beats are intermingled with Southern grooves, Reverend Larry Love drones like the most relaxed preacher of the Apocalypse ever, and it's gospel choirs all around. Compared to their own classics, Revolver Soul is more steeped in electronica, stretching robotic synthesizer textures over their beats and croons to produce some warped variation of soul industrial on tracks like "Bad to the Bone" instead of the regular techno-blues-funk mash-up, though there's enough of that on the record, too. Dabbling in hellish synth pop could have been an easy way to cover for lack of rhymes and grooves, but A3 lack neither here, and the poppy keyboards are used to emphasize their own sound, not produce a surrogate — the group still offers the same unique mix of chill and venom, just does it in a more streamlined, immediate fashion. But the arrangements are as stylistically dense as ever, and it's telling that even "Fix It," recorded with king of Irish alcohol-fueled folk-punk, Shane MacGowan, sounds no less an A3 song than the rest of the tunes on the album, which generally plays like a set of Everlast remixes with monstrous hooks. Revolver Soul does not feel as fundamental as La Peste or Exile on Coldharbour Lane (though not for lack of trying), but it's more focused than either of those, and catchy from start to finish — what's more to ask?

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Alabama 3 are monster musicians...

I have every album, joined their fan club and I'm 64 for crying out loud... These guys and gal are the real deal.... Creative music, rhythm and mixing. It's hard to pin them in a box because they do it all... From rock, reggae, house, electronic, it's just all mixed up as they spit it out raw and funky.... Keep creating A3 I'm with you....

Big love for Revolver Soul

If you are indeed alive - Alabama 3 is not merely an extremely talented musical group, but an entire experience not to be missed. They are a twisted amusement park ride that pushes, pulls you in and out of the light, backwards, forwards, upside down and scares the hell out of you while you laugh like a banshee and then get right back in line for more. This album is dark, brave and fun and now an intrinsic piece of the Alabama 3 puzzle - Gotta have it. UK's best kept secret to shout about ~ Alabama 3's Revolver Soul....I'm hooked.

Liked it did'nt love it.

I've got all the albums, and I love A3 and was looking forward to this release but it left me wanting more. I don't know at times it seemed a litle lazy to me; Oh Christ, If I had a Diamond ring, Fix it for example. Half the album I loved the other half won't go on the playlist. All in all a total of three tracks really grabbed me others I liked, then there were tracks that should'nt be called tracks they're too short to qualify as a song that I could have done without. I don't mind short tracks if they are good or quirky like Two heads for example or they lay the ground for the next track, I did'nt get that here. It's kind of like eating grapes sweet, sweet then you bite into a sour one so you eat a few more then another sour one, hoping to end with a sweet one.

My favorite tracks
All God's Children (rocked)
Bad Girl (rocked)
Bad to the Bone
Keep your powder dry
Vietnamastan (rocked)

The so, so pile
Revolver Soul (surprized me I thought the title track would rock)
She Blessed me
Fix it
Come Ye Believers
If I had a Diamond ring
Oh Christ Intro/Outro


Fecha de formación: London, England, 1996

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Alabama 3 was one of the oddest musical outfits to arise from late-'90s London, but also one of the most original. The band's origins are shrouded in urban myth — the band likes to claim that the three core members met in rehab, while their Southern accents have many believing they are from the U.S. state of Alabama, although it appears vocalists Rob Spragg and Jake Black met at a London rave when Spragg heard Black singing Hank Williams' "Lost Highway." Bonding, they set out about creating...
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