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Category: Melodic Power Metal
Label: Gun Records
Catalog Number: GUN 050
Jon Oliva Vocals|
Christopher Cafferty Guitar
Brian Gregory Bass
John Osborn Drums
|1. ||The Altar ||5:39|
|2. ||Don't Talk to Me ||3:02|
|3. ||Seasons of the Witch ||6:19|
|4. ||Reach Out and Torment Someone ||2:28|
|5. ||Juice ||1:43|
|6. ||The Chair ||6:13|
|7. ||Innocent Victim ||5:20|
|8. ||The Picture's Wild ||4:45|
|9. ||Lost in the Dark ||4:52|
|10. ||I Hate, You Hate...We All Hate ||4:34|
|11. ||All for One None for All ||4:41|
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|Total Running Time:|| 49:36|
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||Date: February 11, 2005 at 14:31|
|This CD is absolutely a necessity for any fans of early Savatage. This is heavy metal!
||Date: February 11, 2005 at 14:35|
|Is this as good as Savatage?? The voice is there but how about the Guitar Playing? I have never seen it anywhere!
||Date: February 11, 2005 at 14:42|
|It is as good IMO. Chris Caffery is the guitarist that has been with 'Tage since 95. The songwriting is much less progressive than the later day Savatage CDs. Think more like "Hall of the Mountain King", only heavier and with a whole lot more sense of humor (in the lyrics.) I haven't met a Savatage fan who didn't like this CD.
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