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Thane to the Throne
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Category: Power Metal
Label: Century Media
Catalog Number: CD 7993-2
Harry Conklin vocals|
Chris Broderick guitar, keyboards
Mark Briody guitar, keyboards
John Tetley bass, backing vocals
Rikard Stjernquist drums
|1. ||Thane of Cowdor ||4:50|
|2. ||King at a Price ||3:49|
|3. ||Bloody Crime ||5:34|
|4. ||The Premonitions ||0:27|
|5. ||Treachery's Stain ||4:11|
|6. ||Spectres of the Past ||3:46|
|7. ||Banquo's Final Rest ||0:21|
|8. ||Three Voices of Fate ||5:13|
|9. ||Hell to Pay ||4:31|
|10. ||The Prophecies (Fugue in D Minor) ||1:43|
|11. ||Insanity's Mind ||5:25|
|12. ||Requiem for Lady Macbeth ||0:23|
|13. ||Face of Fear ||3:20|
|14. ||Fall of Dunsinane ||5:17|
|15. ||Fate's Triumph ||4:37|
|16. ||The Downward Fall ||2:49|
|17. ||Tragedy of Macbeth ||8:19|
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|Total Running Time:|| 64:35|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Friday 13th
||Date: May 23, 2002 at 6:56|
|Catchy album and very interesting the way they brought Shakespare into this album. For fans of classic Power Metal like Priest & Maiden. Thanx for the mention guys. Check out my zine if your a diehard metalhead!! email@example.com
|From: Fat Freddy
||Date: December 17, 2003 at 16:40|
|Jag Panzer did the impossible here... they made Shakespeare interesting (and METAL)! "King At A Price" is probably one of the best songs this band has ever recorded.
||Date: January 31, 2005 at 22:14|
|I bought this CD probably about five months ago. Like all CDs I buy, I listen to them with an open mind, and I was very disappointed in this one. I disagree with the 9+ rating for Thane to the Throne, I think a 4-5 rating would be more accurate. This is not a very good album, it just feels very lacking, and they couldn't even get a chick singer to sing the females' parts. Very sad.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: July 28, 2018 at 21:21|
|A very solid album in here...this legendary band always breaks it through thick and thin pretty much."King At A Price" is by far the best cut...some other fine moments are # 1,3,6,8,9(lml),11(lml),13,15 & 17 (nice)...recommedeable stuff...85/100 :-)
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