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Artist: Sinner

Title: Danger Zone/Touch Of Sin

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1999

Label: Victor Records (Japan)

Catalog Number: VICP-60780


Danger Zone (1984)
Sg Stoner Guitars
Ralf Schulz Drums
Mat Sinner Bass, Vocals
Mick Shirley Guitars

Touch Of Sin (1985)
Mat Sinner Vocals, Bass, Guitars
Herman Frank Guitars
Sg Stoner Guitars
Bernie Van Der Greef Drums


1.  Danger Zone  3:37
2.  No Place In Heaven  3:37
3.  Scene Of A Crime  3:39
4.  Lupo Manaro  3:51
5.  Fast, Hard, And Loud  2:53
6.  The Shiver  4:02
7.  Razor Blade  3:15
8.  Shadow In The Knight  3:00
9.  Wild Winds  2:59
10.  Rattlesnake  2:58
11.  Outro (Danger Ii)  0:34
12.  Born To Rock  4:00
13.  Emerald  3:54
14.  Bad Girl  3:49
15.  Shout!  3:42
16.  The Storm Broke Loose  4:14
17.  Out Of Control  3:41
18.  Too Late To Runaway  3:45
19.  Hand Of Fate  3:49
20.  Masquerade  3:18
21.  Open Arms  4:06
22.  Fast Decision  3:58
Total Running Time:  76:41

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Existing comments about this CD

From: RR-Finland Date: September 1, 2003 at 4:28
I had Danger Zone once on a tape, but I don´t know where the HELL I have lost it?! Anyway, I remember it was pretty much similar with Touch Of Sin, heavy´n´willing. Mat Sinner has great voice and Herman Frank´s axework is just great. Very powerfull but still melodic German hardrock line-up. Recommended to Accept fans!

From: Great Dane Date: September 30, 2003 at 17:21
Hey Dan. This ones for you. Once again, thanks for an awesome site. im wondering if it would be possible to start adding some bands a little harder. Like Primal Fear, Judas Priest, Helloween, Malice. Sinner is on the site and is just as hard as the bands I mention. And eventhough the mentioned bands are Heavy Metal bands, they produce some high quality melodic Rock. Just a suggestion.

From: Kim HP Date: October 9, 2003 at 22:01
Well Dane, I think the main reason Sinner is on the site is that they produced several albums that clearly falls into the 'melodic' metal genre. They might be a power metal band now, but they weren't back then. I love Priest but obviously they're too heavy for this site.

From: Geoff Date: September 6, 2004 at 20:50
Awesome value here. Get this if you like early (and slightly less melodic) Bonfire. I like these CDs - not spectacular, but good, consistent melodic hard rock.

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