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Artist: Eternal Ryte

Title: World Requiem

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1990

Label: Pure Metal

Catalog Number: SPCN7900601546


Bobby Smith
Scott Ernest
Fred Gustafsson
Phil St. Vincent


1.  Tightrope Dancer  
2.  Requiem  
3.  zSomeone to Love  
4.  Say Hello  
5.  The Killer  
6.  Surrender  
7.  On the Line  
8.  You and Me  
9.  The King  
10.  No More Lies  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: James Date: April 19, 2002 at 2:21
I have only heard half of this album but I love it. It sounds like a harder edge Stryper. Love the guys voice.

From: James Date: July 28, 2003 at 21:22
to update my opinion: yes half the album is very good. the other half is not so good. if you find it for $6 it is worth it.

From: Burnsy Date: August 15, 2003 at 1:28
Spun this disc today and it is not as cool as I once remembered. James is right ~ about 5 good tunes. Not worth spending your hard earned dollar on. Buy a Bride disc instead.

From: Bobby Smith Date: February 19, 2004 at 22:34
I thought the guitar player kick A**. ha ha ha. of course I would, I am the guitar player that formed said band. I do have say it was fun recording that record...

From: Rycheage Date: May 16, 2004 at 18:14
This band sounds like a heavier Stryper meets Mass with a some Rage Of Angels. I highly recommend it. Nice to see you here Bobby Smith. Anything new on the horizon?

From: Phil St Vincent Date: January 26, 2005 at 6:07
That critique was pretty much on the money. It was half fun making it & the other half was sheer torture.. As was evidence on the finished product.. When one of the first things your producer tells you is that he really doesn't like LA bands you know it's gonna hurt.. It DID! Not as much fun recording for me as for Bob. Early AM vocal sessions that go 12-14 hours are not the way to record. It was fun being with my pals though. That will always be the thing I loved about making the CD.

From: phaffas Date: January 27, 2005 at 18:12
Good on you Phil! will we ever hear you on anything in the future??

From: Bobby Smith Date: February 10, 2005 at 14:32
Hey phaffes, I have done 3 more CD's since ER. I had formed a swing/rockabilly band in 1994-2001 Called Jumpin' Jimes "they rock They Roll They Swing" that came out in 1998 and did a CD with my current band Called 18 Wheeler 2001, and Just released a 5 song live cd called 18 Wheeler "Live and 4 Shots in" all of which you can find at

From: juan carlos Date: December 1, 2006 at 16:58
Decente album muchachos.. la producción está correcta pero la guitarra suena como escondida y lo que predomina mas es la voz(que no me agrada mucho por cierto) y la batería que esta de muy buen sonido. Los solos y algunos riffs son de lo mejorcito y los coros tambien ayudan y mucho como en el tema favorito para mi gusto como es "Requiem". Ya que están algunos miembros por acá del grupo, preguntar al guitarrista sobre el tema "Say Hello" si lo ha hecho al cachondeo, pues tanto la base acústica..

From: juan carlos Date: December 1, 2006 at 17:00
.. como el solo de guitarra en ese tema recuerda descaradamente al "Wait" de White Lion. Saludos. 7/10

From: shoemaker Date: January 28, 2010 at 9:31
Solid Stryperclones.

From: andi Date: June 21, 2011 at 15:01

From: shoemaker Date: June 21, 2011 at 16:00
Nothing to do with your listed bands, only that they all make/made hardrock.

From: Metal T Date: July 17, 2012 at 21:21
A harder/rawer form of 'Stryper' perhaps-decent vox in the vein of M.Sweet.Gotta say that this guitarist effectively plays his tail off on this record...think Lynch-meets-Akira style w/a pinch of Vito Bratta (see: Say Hello).Really good stuff-1,3,4,7,8.9 & 10 are definitely worth a listen.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 27, 2013 at 19:57
A band that had good songs but with a little was way too Stryper-ish!!!(musically and even vocally but obviously without the gifted tone of Michael Sweet) shots for me were tracks 1,3(nice).4,5,9 & 10...i have no idea if this act continued after this release or recorded some more album but probably they called it a day because of the lack of originality and Stryper...THERE'S ONLY ONE!!!...85/100,my rate is not bad though.

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