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Artist: Yngwie Malmsteen

Title: War To End All Wars

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: Dream Catcher

Catalog Number: CRIDE 32

Personnel

Yngwie Malmsteen guitar, bass, sitar, gong, vocals
Mark Boals vocals
Mats Olausson keyboards
John Macaluso drums

Tracks

1.  Prophet Of Doom  
2.  Crucify  
3.  Bad Reputation  
4.  Catch 22  
5.  Masquerade  
6.  Molto Arpeggiosa  
7.  Miracle Of Life  
8.  The Wizard  
9.  Preludium  
10.  Wild One  
11.  Tarot  
12.  Instrumental Institution  
13.  War To End All Wars  
14.  Black Sheep Of The Family  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: quini Date: April 29, 2004 at 15:29
a good and very strong cd, maybe production isn,t good ,but you can find some awsome songs like nš:1,2,3. in my opiniom is a good job. 8.2/10

From: Propane Date: December 2, 2004 at 22:23
Absolutely stupendous round this time, from perfection's maven. HOW DOES HE DO IT??

From: Giouri Date: September 12, 2005 at 8:14
How can anyone be such a huge asshole and try to "produce" an album while not having the faintest idea??? How can anyone name this Cd an Yngwie rocord, when it sounds like the shittiest DEMO - Tape? If it wasn't for Bad Reputation this one would not excist in my collection... PS Mark you're a helluva voice!

From: metalhead4life Date: December 16, 2008 at 11:24
I really like this one and it is a shame production is horrible. I don't know how Yngwie released it this way. Some great songs and melodies from Yngwie and great vocals from the returning Mark Boals but production just makes them suffer. 82/100 for the songs but a 50/100 for production. I would choose another if you're looking to get in to Yngwie's material. Only die hard Yngwie fans should get this.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 1, 2015 at 17:36
Ummm i found this a little weak compared to other releases...is the last song a bado joke??? ..."Prophet Of Doom" is my fave and a great starter but the album loses authority while the spinning continues...tracks 2,8,10 & 13 are good ones but as usual quite repetitive...85/100(mainly because of Yngwie's skills).


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