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LEVITICUS - I SHALL CONQUER (*NEW-CD, 1984, 2000 Magdalene) Rare Christian Metal
LEVITICUS - I SHALL CONQUER (*NEW-CD, 1984, 2000 Magdalene) Rare Christian Metal


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I Shall Conquer

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Category: CCM Hard Rock

Year: 2000

Label: M8 Distribution

Catalog Number: M8D-1035

Average Rating: 71 / 100 (3 ratings)


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1.  I Shall Conquer  4:13
2.  Let Me Fight  3:17
3.  He's My Life  4:10
4.  Doubt  4:20
5.  Action More Than Words  4:08
6.  All Is Calm  5:20
7.  Day By Day  5:57
8.  Strive Forwards  3:38
9.  Psalm 23  4:17
10.  Folj mig bonus track  4:07
11.  Leva som Han lar bonus track  4:31
12.  Min Mastare bonus track  7:26
Total Running Time:  55:24

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From: Cephas Date: March 4, 2002 at 3:58
For some reason, Scandinavian bands don't deliver the goods. I've been burned by Charizma, Narnia, and (now) Leviticus. There must be something in the water to explain how these bands could write such forgettable music? I'd heard Leviticus were pioneers in Christian '80's rock. Pioneers, maybe. Average, definitely. Their music just rolls along with no great melodies, riffs, or hooks that will keep the listener coming back. Overrated, is how I'd describe Leviticus. No more Scandy bands for me!

From: Fiskare Date: April 27, 2003 at 15:31
Leviticus are awesome, and like other Scandinavian bands, have a sense of harmony and lace it with commitment and skill. This older album is truly a treasure of early Christian metal. The lyrics contain a very personal drive towards the lifestyle of a Christian warrior and the song writing is catchy and original. Buy it!

From: Harry Date: March 30, 2004 at 13:50
I'm sorry to hear that "Cephas"(above)was disappointed by Leviticus's I SHALL CONQUER album. My advice to Cephas or anyone else who is not satisfied with certain Leviticus's albums or songs, is to sample all of their albums first and then be the judge. I Shall Conquer came out in 1984' on LP and Cassette, but I believe that Leviticus didn't really make a name for themselves until their two follow up albums-"Setting Fire to the Earth" & "Knights Of Heaven" came out in the Late 80s. Buy them All!

From: juan carlos Date: March 11, 2008 at 18:41
Average CCM HardRock/Metal. I like "Let Me Fight" "I Shall Conquer" and "Folj mig"(bonus), then thereīre boring songs so i donīt like the whole album at all. 7/10

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