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Artist: Gravestone

Title: Gravestone

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Gravestone Gravestone Album Cover


Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1993

Label: LaserLight (Germany)

Catalog Number: 12 130




1.  Master of the Earth  4:15
2.  You Can't Take it With You  3:33
3.  Creating a Monster  5:45
4.  The End of Our Love  4:37
5.  Danger  3:09
6.  Dirty City  3:43
7.  Illusions  3:38
8.  So Sad  4:42
9.  Fly Like an Eagle  2:57
10.  Son of a Freeway  3:53
Total Running Time:  40:12

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rene Date: April 11, 2004 at 20:00
I am a big GRAVESTONE and of course i have all their albums(BACK TO ATTACK, CREATING A MONSTER and VICTIM OF CHAINS). This cd is the complete CREATING A MONTER album plus some songs from the other albums. If you are into HIGH TENSION, STORMWITCH, TYRANT(GER), STEELER(GER), TOX, VETO, NOISEHUNTER and all those glory 80s german metal bands you will love this. One of my all time favorite german metal band.

From: savvas metal Date: August 25, 2004 at 9:25
Gravestone is one of the most powerful 80s bands!All the songs from them are hymns!!!GREAT!!!

From: Leykis101 Date: September 17, 2005 at 5:37
tell me of a more demonic, possessed song then The Tiger!! one of my all time favorite songs! god it's just a bad song, if your reading this and youve never heard gravestones song The Tiger, you really don't know what your missing out on, my advice would be to find it and listen. and see for yourself.

From: greenmanelishi Date: February 7, 2006 at 20:00
This band is surely one of the best bands I've heard on the last years. Since I discovered the german band Attack, I had not listened any band with that quality and that strong heavy metal plenty of talent and a huge metal attitude. Gravestone is AMAZING. I was touched with that metal masterpiece called BACK TO ATTACK, and also for the JEWEL called CREATING A MONSTER. It's a powerful and fresh sound, there's a GREAT and UNIQUE voice, plenty of melody but with a lot of strength and attitude. I ne

From: greenmanelishi Date: February 7, 2006 at 20:02
I never get tired of listening to these unforgettable hymns like "Won't stop rockin'" really a fast and killer piece of pure heavy metal), The tiger (amazing, a metal mood, high screams and a powerful rythms), "Break out" (pure heavy feeling), "I love the night" (a powerful and direct tune with a spectacular chorus), etc. Also there are amazing songs like "Creating a monster" (with that cool intro), or "The end of our love" (with a very interesting keyboard parts). But, in fact, I see all songs

From: greenmanelishi Date: February 7, 2006 at 20:03
But, in fact, I see all songs are great, no filling songs. Why doesn't exists more bands like these? Why they didn't reach the fame and success? This is for sure one of the most highlighted bands of the 80s german underground heavy metal bands. Long live to Gravestone!!! WE WON'T STOP ROCKIN' !!!!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 28, 2007 at 12:03
Great album, Poderoso como un Trueno es la palabra para definir este clasico que hace mas de mil aņos que lo tengo en mi poder aunque en casette esta es otra reedicion con algunos temas agregados de un Seņor album de los 80's Master of the Earth, You Can't Take it With You(Fav por el estilo), The End of Our Love, Creating a Monster... recomendado para los amantes del buen Heavy Rock poderoso de mitad de los 80's con la tremenda voz de Berti Majdan chequeen tambien 48 Crash 9/10

From: z4roxx Date: July 1, 2007 at 12:52
Yes they were a great/killer heavy metal band indeed,recently known as 48 Crash.Unfortunately their official original releases are rare to find and this one is a Best of...

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