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Visions of Eden
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Category: Heavy/Power Metal
Catalog Number: TT00652
David DeFeis vocals, keyboards, bass, orchestration, rhythm and lead and acoustic guitars, percussion, gong|
Edward Pursino rhythm and lead guitars
Joshua Block rhythm and lead guitars
Frank Gilchriest drums
|1. ||Immortal I Stand (The Birth of Adam) ||6:33|
|2. ||Adorned with the Rising Cobra ||9:40|
|3. ||The Ineffable Name ||7:48|
|4. ||Black Light on Black ||7:03|
|5. ||Bonedust ||6:10|
|6. ||Angel of Death ||8:37|
|7. ||God Above God ||7:13|
|8. ||The Hidden God ||6:51|
|9. ||Childslayer ||5:22|
|10. ||When Dusk Fell ||6:57|
|11. ||Visions of Eden ||7:16|
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|Total Running Time:|| 79:30|
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|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: October 5, 2017 at 19:25|
|Manowar Manowar living on the road!!!...upppsss,sorry,this is Virgin Steele ...a band that in here sounded a 100% inspired by the guys of what they call "true metal" stuff...this release offers good cuts in the shape of # 1,2,3,7(nice),8 & 9...this is a classic HM/PM release with some Prog Metal elements here & there as well and the Manowar monicker floating in the air.85/100
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