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Artist: Helloise

Title: Cosmogony

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Helloise Cosmogony Album Cover

 

Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1985

Label: Pseudonym Records (Holland)

Catalog Number: CDP 1035 DD

Personnel

Stan Verbraak lead, backing vocals
Arjan Boogerds lead guitars, backing vocals
Ben Blaauw lead guitars, backing vocals
Ernst Van EE drums, percussion, backing vocals
Marchell Remeeus bass guitars
Robert-Jan Stips additional keyboards
Ron Bird radio voice on track 7

Tracks

1.  Cosmogony  4:43
2.  Broken Hearts  4:06
3.  Run a Mile  5:16
4.  Die Hard   6:20
5.  Ready for the Night  4:59
6.  For a Moment  5:10
7.  Gates of Heaven  4:21
8.  Hard Life  6:25
9.  Friend of Fortune  3:47
10.  Destination  4:18
11.  So Close to Love  4:40
12.  En La Linea De Fuego  1:17
13.  In the Line of Fire  4:54
14.  Polarity  4:42
15.  Helloose  4:33
16.  See Tomorrow  3:32
17.  Mystery Eyes  2:57
18.  Reprise  0:45
  
Total Running Time:  76:45

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Existing comments about this CD

From: The Know Date: August 14, 2003 at 20:37
Great band, and thier drummer is grossly underrated. Check his site out at http://www.threnody.com/evanee/

From: Rene Date: August 18, 2003 at 15:12
Yes, this WAS a great band and they released two increible albums in the 80s only today they try to sound like a german power metal band, sad but true.

From: Kim HP Date: July 14, 2004 at 18:46
This is such a great album. If you're into 80's melodic metal like Dokken, Pretty Maids and Bonfire you will love this. Highlights include 'Cosmogony', 'Broken Hearts' and the beautiful power ballad 'Run a Mile'. The 9 bonus tracks are mostly from their second album and are also very good. Recommended!

From: flamenko Date: August 26, 2004 at 11:34
very very very very great band!!!! great album

From: PJ/KISSMYDISC Date: January 13, 2005 at 19:34
Of the thousands of metal/AOR/hard rock/power/death CDs I own, this easily ranks in the top 10 of all time. Well ahead of it's time- not ONE weak moment. Check out "RAZOR WHITE - First cutt", from 87 (reissued not long ago) sounds virtually IDENTICAL to classic Helloise- even the vocalist!! I was blown away when I first heard it.. recommended also if you like Obsession (Methods), Madison (Best in show), etc. 10/10 doesn't do this one justice.

From: Leatherwolf Date: January 16, 2005 at 18:34
Just recently found out about this band!!! This album kicks major fucking ass!! Get out the air guitar you're going to need it!! One of the finest Metal cd's period!!

From: Lokstra Date: March 21, 2005 at 6:57
Bagger!

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: June 15, 2005 at 22:22
Good Hard/Metal melodic album, como Dokken o Bonfire aunque algo mas duros pero tambien con algo de toques a lo AOR, con una atmosfera muy buena, cortes como For a Moment(un corte Hard/AOR total mi favorito), Friend of Fortune, Gates of Heaven los que mas me van por tener ese toque AOR, el resto tambien estan Ok.

From: shoemaker Date: August 6, 2007 at 5:23
It donīt understand spanish but I read Dokken and Bonfire at RAFOS. Yes tahts the sound, very strong album.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 15, 2010 at 20:38
I remember missing the opportunity of buying this album in a vinyl format many years ago at a record store in England (in the year the album was released,1985)..since then i've tracked this anxiously til i got it last weekend!(it took me 25 years to get it, bought it from a friend in its first pressing edition/only 10 tracks/)anyway,i quite like it but honestly i wasn't that impressed,i mean the album is o.k but the songs are just standart ones.."Cosmogony" is excellent,"Broken Hearts" & "For A Moment" are my personal faves,"Die Hard" is AOR-ish,"Gates Of Heaven" is cool,"Friend Of Fortune" is a solid number and "Destination" is a nice one,a highlight..87/100..a matter of taste,i guess...

From: andi Date: February 8, 2012 at 14:13
85 and 86 albums are the best about the band...all the next albums are very very bad and not for hardrock ears who like great party hardrock!!


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