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Artist: Zed Yago

Title: Pilgrimage

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Zed Yago Pilgrimage Album Cover

 

Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1989

Label: BMG/RCA

Catalog Number: 9802-2-R

Personnel

Unlisted.

Tracks

1.  The Spell From Over Yonder  5:08
2.  Zed Yago  4:23
3.  Stay The Course  5:04
4.  Rocking For The Nation  4:15
5.  Pilgrim's Choir  1:53
6.  Pilgrimage  4:45
7.  The Fear Of Death  5:42
8.  Pioneer Of The Storm  4:11
9.  Black Bone Song  5:11
10.  Rose Of Martyrdom  4:38
11.  The Man Who Stole The Holy Fire  4:45
12.  Achilles Heel  3:57
13.  The Pale Man  4:52
  
Total Running Time:  58:44

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From: The Frost Date: March 25, 2002 at 23:02
Zed Yago, daughter of The Flying Dutchman, is doomed to sail the seas of her shadowy realm of nothingness. She invites God and the Devil into her world, but good and evil cannot coexist in this empty dimension. Only Zed Yago can save them. A bargain is struck. In exchange for human form, her boat becomes the ferry that connects Heaven and Hell. Now a black-eyed, raven-haired beauty,Zed yago sails out in search of love and beauty that matches her own. Continued on next comment,look down.

From: The Frost Date: March 25, 2002 at 23:12
As her anchor hits earthly shores, a mighty roar arises from the deepest recesses of the seas. For with Zed Yago's first mortal kiss, fantasy metal is born...------------ One of the best German rock bands of all time.

From: Scandinavia Date: June 8, 2003 at 21:41
HAHAHA...I can almost hear the pompous narration as I read...Very good band in deed!

From: Traveller Date: March 13, 2004 at 10:12
A little theater rock ain't no shame. Zed Yago is a classic Goth-Metal band from my day. A most excellent representation for the aging headbangers of the late 80's - early 90's. The lead singer's voice has exceptional range. Zed Yago is most definitely one of the stars of my collection. Great news for 2004 a new album, I, for one, am most excited by this development.

From: mutley Date: March 17, 2004 at 1:35
I saw them live when I was a scruff of a teenager primarily because my old man was VP of A&R for BMG at the time so I got free tickets for alot of roster acts. Good album, actually I've got to buy the 2nd album, old man's retired so no more freebies ! Have to say that for German melodic metal I prefer Bonfire's "Fireworks" - surely a candidate for Top 5 album in all categories for the late 80's. Superb digital production for it's time.

From: Jimmy Date: April 21, 2004 at 12:23
Zed Yago is Back in 2004 "welcome to the return of zed yago tour 2004"

From: Jimmy Date: April 21, 2004 at 12:25
please go to the new homepage of ZED YAGo www.zed-yago.com

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 25, 2006 at 20:47
Saw them live in the 80's too dear mutley and wasn't a great deal(at least 4 me).There are so many german bands that to take notice of this one woulb be quite a pain.Anyway decent metal but not for the masses shamely...

From: juan carlos Date: July 10, 2007 at 10:33
Buen Melodic Metal pero nada grandioso, la voz de la fémina no me gusta del todo. Buenos coros en "Zed Yago" buen riff pero no un tema completo, me gustan retazos pero no hay un temazo de principio a fin que me encante salvo la lenta y muy melódica "The Pale Man" mi favorita junto a "Stay The Course" y por ahí "Rose Of Martyrdom" los mejores. La 6,8 y 9 buenas no mas. 7.8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 10, 2013 at 17:29
Probably this is the band's best effort up to now...solid metal songs ala germania ..."Pioneer Of The Storm","Black Bone Song","Rose Of Martyrdome","Achilles Heel","Omega Child" and the AORish "Fallen Angel" are my faves...85/100


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