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End of the Age (The Best of Bride)

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Category: CCM Melodic Metal

Year: 1991

Label: 214 Records

Catalog Number: TOD-5310

Average Rating: 73 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Dale Thompson vocals
Troy Thompson guitars, bass, keyboards, violin
Stephen Rolland drums
Scott Hall bass
Frank Partipillo bass
Jerry McBroom drums
Rick Foley bass
Tracks
1.  Everybody Knows My Name  4:23
2.  Hell No  3:50
3.  Hot Down South  3:08
4.  Forever Darkness  3:42
5.  Heroes  7:11
6.  Same 'ol Sinner  4:07
7.  Thunder in the City  5:52
8.  Fire and Brimstone  4:25
9.  Evil That Men Do  3:39
10.  All Hallow's Eve  5:12
  
Total Running Time:  45:29

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Steve F. Date: July 4, 2001 at 21:16
It's all right for a greatest hits album, but you'd be better off getting the Silence is Madness re-issue for the extra two songs than paying big bucks on Ebay for it.

From: Cephas Date: April 15, 2002 at 11:32
This was my first exposure to Bride. There are some great songs on this CD which made me want to hear more. Unfortunately, my next 2 Bride CDs were "Scarecrow Messiah" (yawn) & "Oddities" (lousy production). This is a good example of Bride's earlier work. It doesn't, however, reflect the band's later - &, largely failed - attempts at Grunge, Alternative, etc. I think it was somewhat presumptuous, though, to issue a best-of CD when the group had only put out a handful of CDs.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: December 13, 2005 at 21:30
Not a bad "best of" collection covering BRIDE's early years. Of course, if you already own the early albums, there's not much reason to pick this one up. Or you could pick this one up then throw out those early albums, because nearly all the good tracks from those early efforts are present on this CD. (Have I used the word "early" enough?) These tunes may not have aged very well, but for Christian metalheads who fondly remember the early days of the genre, they are pretty cool classics.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 23, 2014 at 19:38
Ummm...this band had an issue with the vocals of Mr Thompson in here,at least on this compilation of the band's early stuff...unstandable and irritating to be honest...the songs in here that were balanced well musically and vocally talking are "Same 'Ol Sinner","Fire And Brimstone" & "All Hallow's Eve"...a matter of tastes but for me is a simple record...quite dull...65/100


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