Beyond Good and Evil is the seventh studio album by English rock band The Cult. Released in 2001, it marked their first new recording in six and a half years. The record debuted at on the charts in the United States, in Canada, in Spain. Only one single, "Rise", was officially released and had a music video. The songs "Breathe" and "True Believers" were released as promotional singles but not as official singles.
Album Name Beyond Good and Evil. Labels Atlantic Records. Produced by Bob Rock. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album107. 1. War (the Process).
Beyond Good And Evil. By: The Cult (2001, Rock). More albums from The Cult: I Tried by The Cult. Pure Cult · For Rockers, Ravers, Lovers And Sinners by The Cult. Hidden City by The Cult. Choice Of Weapon by The Cult. Electric Peace by The Cult. Dreamtime, Dreamtime Live At The Lyceum by The Cult. The Exciting Gene Krupa by The Cult. Liebe Ist Zärtlichkeit by The Cult. View all albums . Beyond Good And Evil.
Guitarist Billy Duffy seems to have discovered distortion in the seven years since their last album. Not warm fuzz tones, but bone-crunching, mind-numbing distortion. While the music has changed, it still sounds like the Cult thanks to singer Ian Astbury's consistent wails and moans. In the opener, "War (The Process)," Astbury hollers "whoa" just like the old days, except now he does it over Duffy's Metallica-like rifts and frenetic drumming by Matt Sorum.
Cult the beyond good and evil. The Cult has made it safe to head-bang again with their first disc of new material since 1994. Beyond good and evil is are really phat album. In certain ways not as ethnic and melodious as previous work by the Cult. But after a period of silence a definite statement of what they are capable of. I liked this CD better than the born into this CD. It is definitely a Bob Rock signature sound, recognizable from previous cult numbers like the witch. Having Said that this CD just rock the socks of, it is big it is loud it is a wall of sound, and most important it is the Cult. or at least what I think the Cult should/could have become.
Beyond Good and Evil is the seventh studio album by English rock band The Cult. However Beyond Good and Evil was not the comeback record the band had hoped fo. espite reaching No. 37 in the US, No. 22 in Canada, and No. 25 in Spain, sales quickly dropped, only selling roughly 500,000 copies worldwide. The first single "Rise", reached No. 41 in the US, and No. 2 on the mainstream rock charts, but Atlantic Records quickly pulled the song from radio playlists, and stopping all promotion of the record