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Helloween - Keeper Of The Seven Keys - Part I Full Album

Helloween - Keeper Of The Seven Keys - Part I Full Album

  • Performer: Helloween
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Keeper Of The Seven Keys - Part I
  • Style: Speed Metal, Heavy Metal
  • Label: Not On Label (Digital Audio Coverversion)
  • Catalog: DNL - 16519
  • Country: Bulgaria
  • MP3 version size: 2519 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1789 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 553

Tracklist

1A Little Time
2Initiation
3Future World
4I'm Alive
5Follow The Sign
6Twilight Of The Gods
7Halloween
8A Tale That Wasn't Right
9Judas

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
N 0061Helloween Keeper Of The Seven Keys - Part I ‎(CD, Album)Noise InternationalN 0061Germany1987
N 0061Helloween Keeper Of The Seven Keys - Part I ‎(CD, Album, RE)Noise , Noise InternationalN 0061GermanyUnknown
HSE-37024, CMQCD1178J, CMQCD1178Helloween Keeper Of The Seven Keys Part I ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Exp)Hostess Entertainment Unlimited, Castle Music, Sanctuary RecordsHSE-37024, CMQCD1178J, CMQCD1178Japan2015
N 0061Helloween Keeper Of The Seven Keys - Part I ‎(CD, Album)Noise InternationalN 0061EuropeUnknown
MG 2335Helloween Keeper Of The 7 Keys - Part 1 ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)MG Records MG 2335Poland1992

Credits

  • Arranged ByHelloween
  • Artwork [Cover Design]Edda Karkzewski, Uwe Karkzewski
  • Artwork [Frint Cover Concept]K. Hansen
  • Artwork By [Front Cover Concept] – Limb
  • Artwork By [Inner And Back Cover Concept] – Limb
  • Bass, Backing VocalsMarcus Großkopf
  • Co-producer, Mixed ByTommy Hansen
  • DrumsIngo Schwichtenberg
  • EngineerTommy Hansen, Tommy Newton
  • Lead Guitar, Backing VocalsKai Hansen, Michael Weikath
  • Photography ByJurgen Muller
  • ProducerTommy Newton
  • VocalsMichael Kiske

Notes

"Recorded & Mixed at Horus Sound Studio, Hannover
Nov./Dic.'86 & Jan.'87"
Cat # taken from CD matrix.

Track "Judas" don't mentioned on the booklet and inlay.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7206424539260
  • Matrix / Runout: DNL - 16519

Album

I'm Alive. Twilight of the Gods. Keeper of the Seven Keys: Part I is the second studio album by German power metal band Helloween, released in 1987. It marks the first appearance of vocalist Michael Kiske, and is considered the album that created the genre of European-style power metal. Kai Hansen stepped away from doing vocal duties as he had difficulties singing and playing the guitar at the same time during the previous tour. It was an album dominated by Hansen, due to an injury to co-guitarist Michael Weikath which prevented him. Songs in album Helloween - Keeper Of The Seven Keys Part I 1987. Helloween - Initiation. несомненные шедевры, оставившие неизгладимый отпечаток на моей молодости, оба Хранителя первый чуть-чуть больше нравится. grovest2010. Fred Kru, по поводу странности, то например, для меня был странным металлом после первого прослушивания The Crimson Idol у . Здесь из 'странностей' выделил бы песни Halloween и I'm alive. Остальное - привычно вроде. Андрей Андрей. Helloween discography main. Walls of Jericho 1985. Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II 1988. Helloween discography all. Future World 1987. Stein 1988. Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I. Certain versions of the album have Judas as an unlisted track that sits between A Tale That Wasn't Right and Future World. Also released on blue transparent vinyl. Listen free to Helloween Keeper Of The Seven Keys Part I Initiation, I'm Alive and more. 12 tracks 57:21. It marks the first appearance of vocalist Michael Kiske and is considered the album that created the genre of European-style power metal. It was an album dominated by guitarist Kai Hansen, due to an injury to co-guitarist Michael Weikath which prevented him from performing on much of the album. Future World was released as a single and a music video was made for Halloween but with 8 minutes omitted from the song. Completa tu colección de Helloween began looking for a new vocalist and stumbled upon a 19 year old Michael Kiske, who quickly jumped aboard. Soon enough, the band had their second full length album written. Originally, Keeper of the Seven Keys was meant to be a double album Much like Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy, but the record label insisted that they be divided into two parts. In 1987, the band released the first half, Keeper of the Seven Keys Pt 1. Today, Keeper of the Seven Keys Pt 1 is regarded as not only one of power metal's first albums, but also one of its finest. Unsurprisingly, superb mel. In 1987 Helloween released their second album. The main difference to their first output Walls of Jericho lies in the change of the vocalist. Instead of Kai Hansen, who did vocals and guitars on the first album, Michael Kiske filled in this part of the band. The Album starts with a short Intro called Initiation. This intro sounds a little like the one on Walls of Jericho with fanfares and mystic touch. The intro leads to the track I' alive. Helloween is the longest track on this firt Keeper of the Seven Keys part. More than 10 minutes showing all the facettes the sound of Helloween has to deserve. Slow parts change to fast parts. Dark vocals change to high sreams and shouts. Influenced by Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, Helloween specialized in blistering yet melodic heavy metal with a strong gothic orientation. On Keeper of the Seven Keys, Pt. 1 arguably Helloween's best album, lead vocalist Michael Kiske has no problem singing in a high, ear-splitting pitch - often demonstrating just how great an impact Rob Halford has had on him. Keeper of the Seven Keys, Part I. Released 0001. Keeper of the Seven Keys, Part I Tracklist. Starlight Remix Lyrics. Show all albums by Helloween

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