Released as 180g pressing on black vinyl.
Helloween set an example with 'Keepers I', but this success was surpassed by "Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II". It became the most successful album in Helloween's band history. In 1988 metal fans and the press praised this historic album enthusiastically.
Tracklist - Keeper of the seven keys Part II
- 2.Eagle Fly Free
- 3.You Always Walk Alone
- 4.Rise And Fall
- 5.Dr. Stein
- 6.We Got The Right
- 7.March Of The Time
- 8.I Want Out
- 9.Keeper Of The Seven Keys
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I was completely thrilled after just hearing the first couple of tracks on this album. Every track on this album is greatly anticipated and each individual track has a particular aspect about it which makes it completely amazing. Kiske's vocals are absolutely phenomenal, a fantastic range and his power to hold on notes intensely e.g in Eagle Fly Free just sounds so unbelievable to be true! Rise and Fall is a very uplifting track, again with the cheery and bright vocals of Kiske which is entertaining and both mature at the same time. The Keeper of the Seven Keys is a wonderfully constructed epic and the outro is beautifully complacent and inspired. I love this album and it is very close to my heart. You will never regret buying this if you are a power metal fan who loves albums oozing with talent and rich exhuberant power metal vocals.
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