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Tips Zum Selbstmord - Necronomicon (1972) Full Album + Bonus Tracks.

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Published on Dec 24, 2016

NECRONOMICON named themselves after a H.P.Lovecraft book mainly because the themes they were touching upon lyrically were much the same as those in that book. The title of this album according to the liner notes means "Some practical ways on how to commit suicide" and refers to what mankind is doing to the planet by exploiting and destroying it. The vocals are sung in German, and like the music they are not pleasant. The music does have that heavy garage rock sound, very raw with those violent guitar leads.
"Prolog" opens with someone humming and laughing and carrying on. Suddenly the raw guitar comes in mimicking a line he just sang. Nice. Dirty, grungy guitar melodies follow. I'm thinking Iommi 2 1/2 minutes in as he lays down some heavy licks. At one point i'm saying to myself "So that's where Eddie(VanHalen) got that lick from". Organ joins the fray 3 1/2 minutes in. Vocals come in as the drums crash and the guitar cranks out the blistering leads. I'm in heaven man. Check out the bass 6 1/2 minutes in as organ rips it up and the guitar is on fire. "Requiem Der Natur" has a spacey, haunting intro. Gentle guitar replaces it after a minute. Reserved vocals,bass and organ join in this pastoral soundscape. Drums and electric guitar after 3 minutes start to build powerfully. Vocal melodies join in. Nice. A change before 5 minutes as bass, drums and raw guitar takes over. Organ a minute later. They seem to be just jamming here. Check out the bass as drums pound after 7 minutes. Guitar is back 8 1/2 minutes in, but it's the vocal melodies that follow that really dominate. Very cool sounding as drums and guitar fight to be heard. Guitar is ripping it up ! What an ending !
"Tips Zum Selbstmord" opens with powerful guitar leads as the drums come in. What a fantastic melody as vocals come in almost screaming. He's singing now but it's brief. Then the drums pound as the guitar tears it up. A change in tempo 3 1/2 minutes in, then it really picks up speed 4 minutes in with vocal melodies then vocals. Organ joins in. "Die Stadt" opens gently with fragile vocals and quiet guitar. Spoken words as well. The song kicks in before 1 1/2 minutes as he spits out the lyrics and SABBATH-like heaviness comes in. Great guitar 2 1/2 minutes in as bass throbs. Heavy guitar 3 minutes in changes as the tempo picks up as the guitarist then lights it up. Excellent bass. It ends as it began. "In Memoriam" opens with more in your face guitar before it becomes mellow with reserved vocals. Nice contrasts throughout. Love the organ after a minute and later, even if it's down in the mix. He screams out after 5 minutes. "Requiem Vom Ende" opens with some great sounding guitar that is replaced by vocal melodies quickly and organ. Back to the guitar as drums pound. Vocals trade off with some wicked guitar over and over. A calm 2 1/2 minutes in with vocals. This is sinister sounding as it builds in intensity. Cool vocal melodies join in. Back to those incredible heavy guitar leads that trade off with vocals over and over again. Some fat bass lines before 6 minutes. Themes are repeated until we get a few good screams after 7 minutes as song comes to a close.
This is a monster if there ever was one. Dark, heavy and aggressive.These guys take no prisoners.

Review By: Mellotron Storm
http://www.progarchives.com/Review.as...


Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Prolog (0:00)
2. Requiem Der Natur (7:32)
3. Tips Zum Selbstmord (18:21)
4. Die Stadt (23:08)
5. In Memoriam (30:26)
6. Requiem Vom Ende (37:24)

Bonus Tracks:

1. Dem Frieden Und Den Menschen (45:12)
2. Wenn Die Haifische Menschen Wären (55:29)
3. Haifische, Gedanken (63:10)
4. Wiegenlied (70:42)

Line-up / Musicians

- Walter Sturm / Guitar, Vocals
- Norbert Breuer / Guitar, Vocals
- Harald Bernhard / Drums
- Bernhard Hocks / Bass, Vocals
- Fistus Dickmann / Organ, Synth, Vocals

  • Category

  • Song

    • Magnificent Death
  • Artist

    • ChumZilla
  • Album

    • Get off the Earth
  • Licensed to YouTube by

    • TuneCore (on behalf of Raw Bar Records); ASCAP, CMRRA, TuneCore Publishing, and 3 Music Rights Societies

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