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Soulfly - Primitive album mp3
Alternative Metal,Heavy Metal
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    Alternative Metal,Heavy Metal
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    September 26, 2000
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    Saltmine, Mesa, AZ
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    1895 megabytes
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    1183 megabytes
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    1201 megabytes
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Soulfly - Primitive (Full Album). Опубликовано: 14 сент. 2016 г. Banda: Soulfly Album: Primitive Año: 2000 Genero: Nu Metal (43:11) 12- Flyhigh (47:47). Bonus Tracks: Soulfire (52:35) Soulfly (Universal Spirit Mix) (57:50).

Primitive (Soulfly album). Primitive is the second studio album by the metal band Soulfly released in 2000 through Roadrunner Records Contents.

Primitive ‎(CD, Album). Primitive ‎(CD, Album). A good example of the enigma that is Soulfly. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

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The album begins with a popular Soulfly song, Back to the Primitive, of which the video could be seen on MTV. It immediately sets the tone and leaves us with a clear idea of what is yet to come. Introduced by Brasilian sounding instrument of which I do not know the name, tribal drumming, simple downtuned riffs and Cavalera's tribal blabbering. Whilst not being an amazing song, it is one of the highlights of the album and it is enjoyable with its power and tempo changes. Pain is next and is an indicator for another hobby of Max Cavalera. The first track of Primitive is "Back to the Primitive," which plays berimbau to begin the song and the album. Back to the Primitive" is one of three singles released from the album, others were "Son Song" and "Jumpdafuckup. Jumpdafuckup" features Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour on vocals, as well as sludgy guitar riffs. Mulambo" appears in the movie The Forsaken

Album Name Primitive. Дата релиза 26 Сентябрь 2000. Лейблы Roadrunner Records.

Primitive (Soulfly album), Primitive is the second studio album by the metal band Soulfly released in 2000 through Roadrunner Records Primitive has sold over 226,569 copies. NME 11/4/00, p 46 - 7 out of 10 - "Draws on Max's political rage at colonial history and crimes of the conquistadorsthe heavy metal Bob Marley". All tracks written by Max Cavalera except where noted.

Released September 26, 2000. 1. Back to the Primitive Lyrics.


Tom Araya - Composer, Vocals
Grady Avenell - Composer, Vocals
Jackson Bandeira - Group Member
Max Cavalera - Bass, Berimbau, Composer, Guitar, Producer, Vocals
Mike Doling - Group Member
Neville Garrick - Cover Art, Package Design, Photography
Glen LaFerman - Photography
Sean Lennon - Composer, Guest Artist, Producer, Vocals
George Marino - Mastering
Larry McDonald - Percussion
Chino Moreno - Composer, Vocals
Meia Noite - Percussion
Joel Nunez - Drums, Percussion
Marcello D. Rapp - Bass, Percussion
Steve Sisco - Mixing Engineer
Soulfly - Primary Artist
Corey Taylor - Composer, Vocals
Andy Wallace - Mixing
Toby Wright - Producer
Leo Zulueta - Logo

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Back to the Primitive Max Cavalera Soulfly 4:20
2 Pain Grady Avenell / Max Cavalera / Chino Moreno Soulfly 3:40
3 Bring It Max Cavalera Soulfly 3:22
4 Jumpdafuckup Max Cavalera / Corey Taylor Soulfly 5:11
5 Mulambo Max Cavalera Soulfly 4:19
6 Son Song Max Cavalera / Sean Lennon Soulfly 4:17
7 Boom Max Cavalera Soulfly 4:56
8 Terrorist Tom Araya / Max Cavalera Soulfly 3:46
9 The Prophet Max Cavalera Soulfly 2:57
10 Soulfly II Max Cavalera Soulfly 6:04
11 In Memory of... Max Cavalera Soulfly 4:36
12 Flyhigh Max Cavalera Soulfly 4:48

The best thing you can say about Primitive is that this is the stereotypical Soulfly album. Guest vocals by Chino Moreno (“Bring It”), Corey Taylor (“Jumpdafuckup”), Tom Araya (“Terrorist”) and… Sean Lennon (“Son Song”)? Exactly as the previous, the band’s second album is excessively repetitive and long, despite the occasional Post-Rock keyboard touched (limited to the guest with Lennon) and the pseudo-Thrash up-tempo mosh section that seems put not to discourage old Sepultura fans: the Hip-Hop based “In Memory Of…” could have been exploited better, instead of having such a conservative and badly-assembled chorus. Most of the lyrics seem recycled from older albums where Cavalera was present (including Soulfly’s debut album), and the Soul vocals in the chorus of “Flyhigh” are question mark. Soulfly’s concept is: aggression, pissing-off, dance-y rhythms and free burp.Highlights: “Back to the Primitive”.