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Setting Fire to the Earth
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Category: CCM Hard Rock
Label: Royal Music/Solid Rock Import (Sweden)
Catalog Number: SRI CD 027
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Terry H lead vocals|
Ez Gomer bass, backing vocals
Kjell Andersson drums, percussion, backing vocals
Bjorn Stigsson guitar, backing vocals
|1. ||Flames of Fire ||3:23|
|2. ||Saved ||4:10|
|3. ||The First and the Last ||3:42|
|4. ||I'm a Believer ||3:59|
|5. ||Don't Go Out ||3:38|
|6. ||Elijah on Carmel ||4:53|
|7. ||The Suffering Servant ||4:52|
|8. ||Get Up ||3:41|
|9. ||Love Is Love ||4:02|
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|Total Running Time:|| 36:20|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: July 17, 2002 at 14:31|
|Congratulations! That's so good album! The tracks 6 and 7 are my preferences. God bless you!
||Date: May 16, 2003 at 16:41|
|Toghether with "the strongest power" I must say this album rocks the most. "Knights from heaven" is very good as well but not as good as "setting fire to the earth" album. Elijah on carmel is still my favourite song on this recording. The singer is amazing and fits 100% to the sound of this Leviticus album.
||Date: January 11, 2004 at 16:22|
|This is a classic of the genre - good songs with slightly wonky lyrics (a bit like the way ABBA sometimes mangled the English language!) - nonetheless a classic. Takes me back to 1987! Suffering Servant is a great song.
|From: Great Dane
||Date: February 1, 2004 at 20:24|
|Halleluja, what a load of crap.
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: April 29, 2005 at 22:04|
|Decent Melodic Hard album, otra de las buenas bandas de Rock Cristiano, Flames of Fire(el que mas me gusta) un album promedio.
||Date: January 16, 2011 at 14:25|
|The year was 1987 and bands like Stryper, Bloodgood, Barren Cross, etc. were finding critical and financial success in the Christian metal market, so why not import some Swedish talent to give the scene some international flavor? In keeping with the times, this was pure commercial metal, hoping to set the world ablaze like a pyromaniac's wet dream with sizzling guitar heroics spliced with sharp hooks and memorable melodies. This was actually a little heavier than their next album ("Knights of Heaven") which saw the band turn in a more pop-metal direction. Since white-metal fans are pretty much the only people who know about this group, it's obvious that despite the name of the album, they didn't actually set the world on fire, but within the Christian melodic metal genre, this is pretty solid stuff.
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