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Category: Classic Thrash Metal
Label: Noise Records
Catalog Number: 44852
|1. ||Idols of Chagrin ||4:10|
|2. ||Descent to Babylon (Babylon Aleep) ||4:26|
|3. ||Return to the Eve ||4:06|
|4. ||Juices Like Wine ||4:13|
|5. ||Inevitable Factor ||4:45|
|6. ||Heart Beneath ||3:50|
|7. ||Cherry Orchards Radio Edit ||4:03|
|8. ||Tristesses de la Lune ||2:58|
|9. ||Wings of Solitude ||4:35|
|10. ||Usurper ||3:26|
|11. ||Journey into Fear ||3:53|
|12. ||Downtown Hanoi ||4:12|
|13. ||Circle of the Tyrants ||4:36|
|14. ||In the Chapel in the Moonlight ||2:06|
|15. ||I Won't Dance (The Elders Orient) Radio Edit ||3:50|
|16. ||Name of My Bride ||4:30|
|17. ||Mexican Radio ||3:20|
|18. ||Under Apollyon's Sun ||5:34|
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|Total Running Time:|| 72:33|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: joe fuller
||Date: September 14, 2001 at 11:11|
|what a fuckin shame... an atrocity... celtic was the best not a fuckin joke....
||Date: August 10, 2003 at 9:37|
|This one had me scratching my head? Loved there earlier stuff and then they drifted off for who knows what reason. Tried getting first band (Hellhammer) CDs but they are hard to find. Only good thing was it had I won't dance witch is my favorite song they did after they made the switch to pop metal or whatever managment thought would bring em Poison/Cinderella fame or some BS like that?!
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: July 1, 2004 at 17:12|
|I don't understand how you can compare "Cold Lake" with albums by Poison. Outside of a track or two, it is still metal or heavier hard rock kind of like Accept in terms of heaviness. Anyway, this is decent collection, but not really a good introduction to the band. 7/10
||Date: July 19, 2004 at 5:21|
|I think this change of direction in music does not suit them at all. celtic frost is more suited playing extreme metal than hair or glam metal. We don't need another glam band anymore. Motley crue,cinderella,dokken,gun'n'roses etc are already giving that genre(hair metal) the best metal genre ever-commercially,musically and image wise!
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