Night on Bröcken

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Their debut album from 1984 already reveals a great deal of the quality and sophistication which is characteristic for the future kings of Progressive Metal. However, they are still strongly influenced by Iron Maiden and comparatively show a straight performance. The beginning of an outstanding musical career.

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Item no. 418883
Musical Genre Progressive Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Edition Re-Release
Product topic Bands
Band Fates Warning
Product type CD
Release date 9/23/02
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Buried alive
  • 2.
    The calling
  • 3.
    Kiss of death
  • 4.
    Night on broken
  • 5.
    S.E.K.
  • 6.
    Misfit
  • 7.
    Shadowfax
  • 8.
    Damnation
  • 9.
    Soldier boy
  • 10.
    Last call (Demo)
  • 11.
    The calling (Bonus)
  • 12.
    Kiss of death (Bonus)
  • 13.
    Flight of Icarus (Bonus)

by Matthias Mineur (null) Let's remember: when Fates Warning appeared on the Metal scene in the early 80s, the fans fell to their feet in crowds within months. From the beginning on, the band around guitast Jim Matheos celebrated an exquisite Prog Metal of another kind. Their debut album, "Night on bröcken" came in 1984 into the stores and because of their singer, John Arch, at that time had some similarities to the Iron Maiden-sound. Only weakness was the childish cover artwork that rather looked like a radio play than like a Metal album. "Night in bröcken" is now being rereleased (with the mentioned cover), with bonus tracks, new liner notes and film material. Thrilling are the two '83 demos, "Flight of icarus" and "The calling" as well as the previously unreleased versions of "Last call" (demo 1984) and "Kiss of death" (live 1985). A nice package that will delight all fans.

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