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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: Metal Blade (Japan)
Catalog Number: PHCR-16162
|2.||Code of Honor||5:45|
|4.||Dance With the Devil||4:00|
|Total Running Time:||18:17|
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|From: yngwie j malmst||Date: October 6, 2001 at 10:00|
|this fucking idiot played in steeler with me and keel he fucking sucked thats why i quit steeler hes a fucking loser|
|From: Jeff Smith||Date: December 14, 2001 at 10:07|
|Man, I heard this album back in '85, when it came out. I'm a drummer and was greatly influenced by Mark edwards drumming. He is an astonishing double bass player. If I understand correctly, he was in a terrible accident which left him paralyzed. That's too bad! I know that the Lord Jesus Christ has paid the price for all of our healing today. I believe that if Mark will only believe and not doubt- he will be just like new! I would love to get a hold of this CD. The Yngwie comment lies.|
|From: respeto||Date: October 30, 2002 at 22:45|
|ah que yngwie malmst tan mas expresivo y efusivo!!! solo por ser un trabajo de hard metal melodico merece el disco el mayor de nuestros respetos viva el aor, hard y metal melodico saludos desde mexico !!!|
|From: TIM||Date: October 30, 2002 at 23:42|
|This isn't too bad but I wouldn't sell the ranch for it.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 6, 2010 at 17:23|
|I loved this effort,maybe not the best instrumental release ever in the rock history but surely it has the ingredients to satisfy us.."Kamikaze" & "Code Of Honor" are blasting tracks!,"Snakebite" has a powerful bass line in the middle of the song and "Dance With The Devil"(this one is perhaps the weak number of the album)has some serious cool drumming beats!..a good Ep and with the great Bogart and Bissonette in it!.90/100|
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