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Artist: Demon

Title: Taking The World By Storm

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1988

Label: Spaced Out Monkey

Catalog Number: SPMCD008


Dave Hill Vocals
Steve Watts Synths, Keyboards
John Waterhouse Guitars
Scot Crawford Drums
Nick Bushell Bass
Steve Brookes Rhythm Guitar


1.  Commercial Dynamite  4:42
2.  Taking The World By Storm  4:05
3.  The Life Brigade  6:08
4.  Remembrance Day  9:36
5.  What Do You Think About Hell  6:58
6.  Blue Skies In Red Square  8:06
7.  Time Has Come  11:30
8.  Trick Of The Light Demo bonus track  5:02
Total Running Time:  56:07

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From: Jez Date: February 2, 2006 at 6:27
Considered by many as the bands best album as it features some of the bands best songs like the powerful 'Remembrance Day', 'The Life Brigade' and the title track. One of Demon's tougher sounding albums aswell, although it certainly isn't my favourite of their catologue. Still well worth checking out.

From: TIM (2) Date: February 2, 2006 at 7:49
Jez, I gotta go with this as their best album. I have most of their albums but this is the most commercial - as well as the heaviest IMO. Demon always suffered with their production, & their big bombastic powerful sound was tough to replicate onto album. But that doesn't spoil the sound on here. Love the use of keys too. The epic "Rememberance Day" is a fave, but the big highlight here is the title track. HUGE song, utterly catchy & memorable. Great album. 9/10.

From: rene Date: February 2, 2006 at 16:18
This is realy a great album. It doesnt have that primative nwobhm sound anymore but it still pure melodic metal.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 21, 2006 at 0:28
Hard Melodic/Metal Melodic and of course Epic, eso ese estilo mas en plan Metal Epico temas largos pero estan Ok nada del otro mundo espere mas 7/10 una puntuacion de acuerdo al estilo, e escuchado muchas mejores bandas en este estilo como el soundtrack de Castlevania(uno de mis juegos favoritos tiene ese estilo Hard Melodico Epico bueno se trata tambien de un juego sobre un cazador de vampiros asi que esta hecho para eso) bueno son otras historias.

From: jan_vexel Date: March 29, 2011 at 21:47
Above commenters must be kiding. Ok, it has not the nwobhm touch of the previous works, and is more commercial. So fucking what? everything more commercial and stripped down material of the early hard rock + heavy metal artists is always better for you guys. This one is easy one of their weakest, with the exception of "What do you think about hell" maybe.....

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