Dead Again (Type O Negative album)
|Studio album by Type O Negative|
|Released||March 13, 2007|
|Recorded||2006-2007 at Systems Two, Brooklyn, New York, Sty in the Sky, Brooklyn, New York, Paul Bento's Studio|
|Genre||Gothic metal, doom metal|
|Label||SPV / Steamhammer|
|Type O Negative chronology|
|Singles from Dead Again|
|Chronicles of Chaos||(9/10) link|
|Sea of Tranquility||link|
Dead Again is the seventh and final studio album by Type O Negative, released before the death of frontman Peter Steele. It was released through SPV/Steamhammer. The band uses studio drums instead of a drum machine for the first time since their third album, Bloody Kisses. Thus, it remains the only Type O Negative studio album with Johnny Kelly's actual playing, as he was only "credited" as the drummer on the three albums prior to Dead Again.
The album booklet folds out into a cross shape. The cover photo is a portrayal of Grigori Rasputin, the Russian mystic and associate of Tsar Nicholas II. The lettering is in a faux-Cyrillic font. Reception for this album was quite positive among fans and critics and received the highest chart position for the band yet.
The album was re-released in February 2008, with a DVD including live performances, interviews and music videos. A separate 3LP vinyl box set that included several collectors' items was also released.
- All songs written by Peter Steele
|2.||"Tripping a Blind Man"||7:04|
|3.||"The Profit of Doom"||10:47|
|5.||"Halloween in Heaven"||4:50|
|6.||"These Three Things"||14:21|
|7.||"She Burned Me Down"||7:54|
|8.||"Some Stupid Tomorrow"||4:20|
|9.||"An Ode to Locksmiths"||5:15|
|10.||"Hail and Farewell to Britain"||8:55|
Best Buy exclusive bonus disc
The bonus tracks were taken from the Symphony for the Devil live DVD.
|1.||"Everything Dies"/"My Girlfriend's Girlfriend"|
|2.||"Are You Afraid"/"Gravitational Constant"|
|3.||"Christian Woman" (labeled as "Christian Women" on the case, contains the "Black Sabbath" intro.)|
|4.||"Love You to Death"|
|5.||"Black No.1 (Little Miss Scare-All)"|
Special edition bonus DVD
|1.||"Kill You Tonight (Live At Wacken Open Air 2007)"|
|2.||"Love You to Death (Live At Wacken Open Air 2007)"|
|3.||"Anesthesia (Live At Wacken Open Air 2007)"|
|4.||"Christian Woman (Live At Wacken Open Air 2007)"|
|5.||"The Profit of Doom (Music Video)"|
|6.||"September Sun (Music Video)"|
Limited edition 3 LP vinyl box set
The vinyl box set comes with a T-shirt, a 12-page booklet and a DVD disc that contains the same live footage and music videos as the Best Buy exclusive DVD, an interview, and the entire album in MP3 format. Two of the actual vinyl records are red and one is the standard black. The box itself comes in the red version of the cover art.
The CD comes in a standard jewel case with a transparent tray, but the insert folds out into the shape of a cross with Rasputin's head at the top. The media tray has the words "Снова Мертвый" (Dead Again) visible underneath along with Rasputin's autopsy information. The photograph on the back was taken in 1906, showing four young women of the Tsarist family, identified left to right as Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia Nikolaevna.
Type O Negative
- Peter Steele – lead vocals, bass guitar
- Kenny Hickey – guitars, backing vocals, co-lead vocals on "The Profits of Doom", "September Sun", "Halloween in Heaven", "These Three Things", and "An Ode to Locksmiths"
- Josh Silver – keyboards, synths, effects, backing vocals
- Johnny Kelly – drums, percussion
- The Bensonhoist Lesbian Choir (which is actually the band members themselves) – backing vocals
- Tara Vanflower of Lycia – backing vocals on "Halloween in Heaven"
- Paul Bento – electronics and tamboura on "The Profit Of Doom"
- Arranged by Type O Negative
- Produced by Peter Steele and Josh Silver
- Recorded, mixed and mastered by Josh Silver and Mike Marciano
- Additional recordings engineered by Paul Bento
|2007||The Billboard 200||27|
|Norwegian Record Charts||34|
|UK Albums Chart||87|