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Album: Sulfur - Single

Artist: Slipknot

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 The All Blacks U.S.A. Inc. Issued Under License To Roadrunner Records From The All Blacks U

Tracklist For Sulfur - Single By Artist Slipknot

Title Artist Time
1
Sulfur Slipknot 5:03 USD 1.99
2
Sulfur (Chris Lord-Alge Mix) Slipknot 4:37 USD 0.99

Reviews For Sulfur - Single By Artist Slipknot

  • Awesome song

    5
    By Duncan Howell
    In response to DG370, you do not spell straight without the gh. Get your spelling right before correcting people.
  • Huge difference in tone

    5
    By M_FITZ!
    Such a better mix Chris Lord-Alge is a animal.
  • I like certain elements of each mix better than the other.

    4
    By magoon16
    CLA's mix is fantastic. His drums are louder more pronounced and the mix sounds warmer. But I like the loudness of the other mix and the vocals are more direct and in your face. The mastering had to be different for both. I like the warmth of CLA and I also like the cutting midrange of the original.
  • It was good...

    3
    By AidanMReviews
    But I don't like the remix that much. I wish the single for a song actually had the single and not a remix and the music video for it.
  • Meh.

    5
    By ToadtheTerrible
    This is my favorite Slipknot song of all time, so it makes a good single, but i agree on the comment on Anders. Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat. should be on here. But in case anyone is wondering, here's a list of the bands Anders has been in since Slipknot: Painface Vice Grip Throttle All That Crawls If you search the web, you can find them. Also, there might be a Painface song on itunes. It's called "Black Sheep," but I'm not sure if it's the same Painface.
  • Ehh

    2
    By Grunt1029
    This is a good song, but its not my fav. Im a huge slipknot fan, but this song just wasnt as good as it could have been. I find myself skipping this song allot. Stay (sic)
  • Chris Lord-Alge Mix

    5
    By blindtiger
    The only difference between the single and album version is, the single version was mixed by none other than Mr. Chris Lord-Alge, the make it sound balls to the walls radio/single guy. To most, you would never hear a difference. To some, you can hear a more clear and well defined mix. Up to you if you want to spend the extra cash, but for my ears... worth it. It's only $0.99 and it's a great mix of the track.
  • Slipknot Is Awesome

    5
    By Jack R Waters
    Sulfur is good for people who like heavy stuff but not too heavy. It's good for people who are just learning to like metal and slipknot. I noticed that the CLA mix had lighter drums that played a bit of a different beat. But other than that it was the same. Anyway, Sulfur is great.
  • sulfur

    5
    By Stevenjohntom
    I love slipknot and there new stuff! I think sulfur is one of the heaviest songs on the album. I do personally think that iowa is my favorite tho. Corey has a bit of a mouth when he performs but still there music is still grate!
  • no no no

    5
    By ATRWHITEBOY
    ok i know how sulfur is spelled. I was saying that when they released the new single they spelled it "sulfer" thatz what i was saying. dang im not stupid. seriously tho this song is awesome, the last minute of it is mosh-crazy so buy the new album or at least this and psychosocial

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