Label: Metal Mind Records - CLAS 0001 • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: Poland • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal
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I love the album as much as I did 24 years ago. And if the band decides to go on tour, see them. It might be your only chance. One person found this helpful. Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase. Love me some Mercyful Fate! On Return of the Vampire you can hear the beginnings of some of their later songs like Devil Eyes, one of my favorites and I love the raw sound from this early time of their career. Just Curse Of The Pharaos - Mercyful Fate - Return Of The Vampire I just wish they had recorded Curse Of The Pharaos - Mercyful Fate - Return Of The Vampire more from back then All of these recordings were done before they got a recording contract.
The 1st chapter is a demo, that gave them a recording contract. It has 5 songs and it's truly a great demo. There's only one song, that hasn't ever been rerecorded for any album, being "Burning the cross". It's an epic long song, with lots of great riffs and it has a M. Truly a great song. Then there's one old song from a different sessions, the sound is quite the same as in the demo. There's King and Hank helping the old Eliza - Duo Ouro Negro - Bandas Míticas Volume 09 band in guitars and vocals.
The songs are quite basic rock and the lyrics are also different. A nice ad for this release. The last song in this release is the very 1st M. Some of these songs have been rerecorded for "Melissa" and "Don't break the oath" albums, but the arrangements are quite a lot different and also some of them has a different title and lyrics.
It's really interesting to hear these early versions and hear, how the songs have been developed over the years. If you're a serious M. Format: Audio CD. When viewed Paul McCartney - All The Best the scope of being just a set of rare and unreleased material this Milva & Claudio Villa - Da Il Cantatutto Con Milva & Villa of songs isn't all that bad.
The opener "Burning The Cross" is some sort of lost epic track, that was only kept off the original albums because it was written by an ex-band member.
It's truly a scorcher on all fronts, it could have been a centerpiece track on either of their first two albums. The version of "Curse of the Pharaohs" present on here has been slowed up considerably, I find this version interesting if not a bit tedious after the first couple listens. They were wise to speed that one up on "Melissa". This is one of those b-side tracks that is quite evident why it was left Odhinn - Sonne Hagal - Only Echoes Remain the cutting room floor.
It contains a boring slow plodding riff, unmemorable lyrics, and a somewhat bland instrumental section that speeds up the pace to end the track. It's actually a pretty good version, and the intro was actually better until King Diamond started howling, which is quite frankly a bit goofy and absurd sounding, even from a man that makes his living making his voice do odd things. Overall not a bad version, but they ended up making it better overall in it's finalized form.
Overall it is fairly strong and could have resided on either of their first two albums. I do strongly, strongly prefer "A Dangerous Meeting", but it is pretty solid. Not much vocal acrobatics from King, and the riffs are basically just fast and dirty good times riffs. Nothing that I personally care for, but it is very interesting to hear that sound from Fate. A" might be the oddest song from Fate.
A song about aliens? For obvious reasons this one was omitted from their albums, it's a decent song. I had never really cared for "Black Masses" until I heard this version. I don't care which lyrics they use, the music just sounds so much better in this rawer incarnation. And there you have it. I don't typically do song by song reviews, but for an album like this I felt it necessary for people to understand what they were getting. It's truly meant for true Fate fans, otherwise snag the first two Fate albums if you don't have them and come back to this some other time.