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Into the Pandemonium
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Category: Classic Thrash Metal
Catalog Number: 11050
Tom G. Warrior vocals, guitars, synth, effects|
Martin E. Ain bass, vocals, effects
Reed St. Mark drums, timpani, percussion, vocals, synth
|1. ||Mexican Radio ||3:28|
|2. ||Mesmerized ||3:24|
|3. ||Inner Sanctum ||5:14|
|4. ||Tristesses de la Lune ||2:58|
|5. ||Babylon Fell ||4:18|
|6. ||Caress into Ovlivion ||5:10|
|7. ||One in Their Pride Porthhole Mix ||2:50|
|8. ||I Won't Dance ||4:31|
|9. ||Sorrows of the Moon ||3:02|
|10. ||Rex Irae (Requiem) ||5:57|
|11. ||Oriental Masquerade ||1:15|
|12. ||One in Their Pride Extended Mix ||5:52|
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|Total Running Time:|| 47:59|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Rikker Mortis
||Date: April 28, 2001 at 18:35|
|The beginning of the end here, but still some decent stuff.
||Date: May 4, 2001 at 19:55|
|This has to be one of the best avant-garde thrash albums ever made. Although I used to prefer Emperor's Return, this album has really grown on me. It's packed with atmosphere and fast riffs - I'd put it up there with Emperor and Dissection when it comes to classic Black Metal.
||Date: August 28, 2001 at 15:46|
|this is the most brutal album of metal, celtic is one of these band that never can be forgotten, celtic frost show us the true way to feel the power and the force of the metal
||Date: August 10, 2003 at 9:27|
|Unfortunatley this is is the CD when they started changing there style. I got this one because I actually saw a video for I Won't Dance and liked that song. Used to play that song as last song of the night when I DJed at my Go Go Bar.
||Date: February 11, 2004 at 10:35|
|its definitely eclectic, encompassing various styles of music. the overall effect is quite good.
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: July 1, 2004 at 17:07|
|This is great if you have an open mind. Celtic Frost experiment a lot here with a pop cover ("Mexican Radio"), a dane-metal tune in "I Won't Dance", and just plain odd ones in "One In Their Pride" and track 4. 8/10
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