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Artist: Kingdom

Title: Lost in the City

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Kingdom Lost in the City Album Cover


Category: AOR

Year: 1988

Label: TELDEC (West Germany)

Catalog Number: 8.26778


Bernie Kolbe lead vocals, bass
Cliff Jackson lead guitars, vocals
Volker Sassenberg keyboards, vocals
Freddy Diedrichs drums
Axel Ritt guitar, backing vocals


1.  Lost in the City  5:11
2.  The Run  3:03
3.  We Got Love  3:40
4.  Sign From Your Heart  5:09
5.  Waiting for Love  5:24
6.  Riding Through the Night  5:02
7.  Rollin'  3:38
8.  Love Child  4:34
9.  On the Line  3:51
10.  Back from Hell  4:55
Total Running Time:  44:27

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From: Thöja Enwizz Date: April 29, 2002 at 18:05
Nice and pretty listenable melodic metal from Germany, far away from the typical power metal that used to come from Germany those days. From their opening track, the anthemic 'Lost in the City', you get a handful of good songs that are maybe too repetitive since the album is quite homogeneous. Don't pay big bucks for it, but get it if you find a copy at a reasonable price!

From: Eugenio Chahin Date: July 14, 2002 at 22:39
This album is now called Domain after this album and 1st relese, this one is a must but also all of their albums. In the great melodick rock/ Aor german tradition!

From: Geoff Date: January 24, 2005 at 19:58
Ah, glad to see this here! I actually have this original album and have every original Domain album, except 'In the kingdom' (Only on CDR). That is relevant, of course, as this same CD was re-released under a new name as Domain's debut 'In the kingdom'. Very solid collection of melodic hard rock and a fave amongst fans I believe. Much better than their CDs these days, and a good solid melodic effort. Maybe their 3rd best IMO? Good solid CD.

From: TONI MALLORCA Date: April 15, 2005 at 12:59

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 23, 2006 at 18:34
Great AOR/Melodic Hard Rock album, Gran album de Kingdom(Pre Domain)Alemanes con muy buenos albums este sin duda es una pasada un disco de AOR y Hard Rock Melodico Misterioso ya que practican un estilo asi de la clase de Rock que amamos, Buena inyeccion de Teclados Riff de Guitarras Asesinas una voz Misteriosa una Bomba de disco Lost in the City, Waiting for Love, Riding Through the Night, We Got Love, Sign From Your Heart si te gustan Aidean o Mydra es para ti en esa onda 9/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 14, 2011 at 22:41
This is the same album that they re-edited under a different band name(DOMAIN)...great by all means since i bought the Domain album on vinyl when it was released(a year after this one i think)and i've loved it ever faves are "Riding Through The Night"(killer!!!),"Sign From Your Heart"(great solid mid tempo) & "Love Child"(killer ballad)...another goodies are "Lost In The City" and "We Got Love"...great stuff indeed...91/100

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