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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Nuclear Blast
Catalog Number: NB 4014-0
Dirk Sauer Guitars|
Felix Bohnke Drums
Jens Ludwig Guitars
Tobias Exxel Bass
Tobias Sammet Vocals
|1. ||Ravenblack |
|2. ||Wrestle the Devil |
|3. ||Open Sesame |
|4. ||Landmarks |
|5. ||The Mountaineer |
|6. ||9-2-9 |
|7. ||Defenders of the Crown |
|8. ||Save Me |
|9. ||The Piper Never Dies |
|10. ||Lavatory Love Machine |
|11. ||King of Fools |
|12. ||Superheroes |
|13. ||Love Tyger |
|14. ||Ministry of Saints |
|15. ||Tears of a Mandrake |
|16. ||Mysteria |
|17. ||Vain Glory Opera |
|18. ||Rock of Cashel |
|19. ||Judas At the Opera |
|20. ||Holy Water |
|21. ||Spooks in the Attic |
|22. ||Babylon |
|23. ||The Eternal Wayfarer |
|24. ||Out of Control |
|25. ||Land of the Miracle |
|26. ||Key To My Fate |
|27. ||Space Police |
|28. ||Reborn in the Waste |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 12, 2017 at 13:49|
|Five new songs and a generous sampling of older material. This is a good compilation for someone like me, who doesn't have a huge interest in the band but doesn't know which single album is the best representation. (Same way I feel about Hammerfall). Also like Hammerfall, it's difficult to know just how seriously to take this band. Edguy play a style of stirring, anthemmic power-metal, with flashy guitars and yelping vocals. The lyrics are almost always cheesy and stupid, mostly in the fantasy realm of kings and wizards and crowns and swords. But then they add in the occasional juvenile sex tune ("Lavatory LLove Machine") to go along with music that retains more than a pinch of hair-metalness. And, just like Hammerfall (Edguy are kinda like Hammerfall Lite), I like most songs I've heard at least a little bit, but feel no need to venture beyond this compilation--especially not into one of their nerdy concept albums.
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