Satyricon ‎– Rebel Extravaganza

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Moonfog Productions ‎– FOG 022
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0 Untitled 3:20
1 Tied In Bronze Chains
Guitar [Riff Contribution] – DødRhythm Guitar, Guitar [Solo], Soloist – Anders Odden
10:56
2 Filthgrinder
Guitar [Guitar Contribution] – S.W. Krupp
6:39
3 Rhapsody In Filth 1:38
4 Havoc Vulture
Guitar [Riff Contribution] – Død, S.W. KruppOrgan [Hammond] – Lasse HafreagerPercussion – Fenriz
6:45
5 Prime Evil Renaissance
Percussion – FenrizRhythm Guitar – Anders Odden
6:13
6 Supersonic Journey
Rhythm Guitar – Anders OddenSynth – Bratland*
7:49
7 End Of Journey 2:18
8 A Moment Of Clarity
Guitar [Guitar Contribution] – S.W. KruppGuitar [Riff Contribution] – Frost (11)
6:40
9 Down South, Up North
Choir [Girlchoir] – Stelbis
1:13
10 The Scorn Torrent
Bass [Fretless Contribution] – Bjørn BogeEngineer [Guitar] – Svein SolbergGuitar [Guitar Contribution] – S.W. Krupp
10:23

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Recorded and mixed in Ambience Studios during March, April May and June 1999, millennium paranoia.

Moonfog Productions 1999
© Satyricon 1999

Licensed with permission from Satyricon
Correct listening at maximum volume

Distributed in Scandinavia by:
Norway - Playground Music
Sweden - House Of Kicks
Denmark - Nordic Metal

Track 0 is a hidden pregap track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: TOCANO DK 32262 0014
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2Z04
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 6E01

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NB 1675-2, 1675-2 Satyricon Rebel Extravaganza(CD, Album, RE, Del) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 1675-2, 1675-2 US 2006 Sell This Version
NB 418-1, NB 418-12, 27361 64182 Satyricon Rebel Extravaganza(LP, Album + 12", S/Sided, Album) Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast NB 418-1, NB 418-12, 27361 64182 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
SPI85CD Satyricon Rebel Extravaganza(CD, Album) Spinefarm Records SPI85CD Finland 1999 Sell This Version
PCKD 20014 Satyricon Rebel Extravaganza(CD, Album) Avalon PCKD 20014 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
BOBV085LP Satyricon Rebel Extravaganza(LP, Bla + LP, Whi + Album, RE) Back On Black BOBV085LP UK 2008 Sell This Version

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sipi666

sipi666

July 12, 2016
Interested to buy "The Scorn Torrent" 12" that was issued with the Rebel Extravaganza LP 27361 64182.
m0rten

m0rten

January 13, 2014
This is, for me, the absolute pinnacle of Satyricons long existence. A completely flawless album in every sense of the word. This is a tie for my favorite black metal album of all time with Funeral Mists "salvation". I won't bash their other albums in this review but I will just say that Satyricon anno "Rebel Extravaganza" was a band at the absolute hight of their power, prowess and brutality. Being truly brutal both in sound and atmosphere is a feat most extreme metal bands seek, but so few ever attain. Satyricon OWN the concept of brutality on this release. It's also a very daring album. Released as follow up to a much more classical sounding black metal album, "Rebel…" scared away many fans and enraged critics. On the website "The Metal Archives" (which holds a lot of weight in the extreme metal community) the album only has a 52% rating out of a 100 based on 7 reviews. This is sad yet not totally shocking. It's an demanding listen to say the least. Songs which all land around the 10 minute mark rounded with short ambient pieces. The music is totally free of compromise. One of the many great things about this album is it's singularity. The soul singers on "The Scorn Torrent" and the use of a tambourine throughout the album makes a statement. Not only does these unorthodox elements fit right in, they also add so so much to the albums sheer momentum of force. What I'm trying to explain with all this is that "Rebel..." transcends music as a sound made by various instruments and vocals to be enjoyed by the listener. Not only does it have an atmosphere but it invokes a much stronger feeling of limitless possibility in the listener. It makes one question all other music.