Touched by the Crimson King songs Product Information
Touched by the Crimson King album for sale by Demons & Wizards was released Jun 28, 2005 on the Steamhammer label. In the early '80s, a style of heavy metal was fast rising, in which groups sang about (and even to a point, dressed like) characters from an era long ago, in which gentlemen dressed in armor, and saved damsels in distress in tall castles. Touched by the Crimson King CD music While some of these groups built a long-term career (Dio, Iron Maiden, etc. ), many fell by the wayside as the style faded away, and was replaced by thrash and glam metal acts. Touched by the Crimson King CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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Demons & Wizards - Touched by the Crimson King Album Track Listing
|1||Crimson King See All 2 |
|2||Beneath the Waves|
|3||Terror train See All 2 |
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|4||Seize The Day See All 2 |
|5||Gunslinger See All 2 |
|6||Love's Tragedy Asunder See All 2 |
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|7||Wicked Witch See All 2 |
|8||Dorian See All 2 |
|9||Down Where I Belong|
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|10||Immigrant Song See All 2 |
|11||Lunar Lament |
|12||Wicked Witch See All 2 |
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|13||Spatial Architects |
|14||Beneath These Waves See All 2 |
Touched by the Crimson King buy CD music Customer Reviews
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||A Touch of Metal Magic|
I have to say I hate double-bass Euro-metal galloping beats. And thank goodness there is a lack of it here. This album merges the best of what Blind Guardian and Iced Earth has offered. Hansi's vocals and Jon's riffs work well together on all the songs that were written. I loved the mood and feel ... and the lyrics told stories that were simply mesmerising, especially 'Beneath These Waves' and 'Down Where I Am'.
By crypxic (Singapore)
Yes, they've done it again. Between Hansi's haunting and powerful vocals and John's scorching guitar licks and solos, this is truly a CD above and beyond the limits of most metal out there. Thanks guys, you ROCK!
By sorrowsoblivion (Montgomery, AL)
||These 2 guys should have a kid together !!|
No lame joke intended but these 2 guys complete each other's style so well that the result is just fantastic. The Blind Earth/ Icead Guardian combo works perfectly. Powerfull riffs completed with powerfull vocals. Who said Americans and Germans don't get along! An excellent follow up to the first Demons & Wisards. I think that this one might be even better... I might be biased since several songs seem to be related to the excellent "Dark Tower series" from S. King. If you call yourself a metalhead, get this one now... or the Crimson King will get you.
By younes (Nashville, TN, USA)
||Good, but not great like the first one|
As a huge Iced Earth fan who really liked the first D&W album, I looked forward to this one with great enthusiasm. After listening to it for a good two weeks, I would say it's just average and can't touch the first one. The title track, Spatial Architects, and Love's Tragedy Asunder are my favorites. The rest sort of blend together for me. Overall, an average effort.
By bill.langin (New Orleans, LA, USA)
Great song writing on this CD. It just as the first D&W. Great, melodic rock! It could use a little more bass in the mix, but otherwise has a very polished sound, as you would expect from listening to Iced Earth & Blind Guardian's other releases. One diss though- I read "limited edition" before I ordered, expecting this to be the 2CD version. It's not. What Makes the record companies value Japan & the UK fans more than us when it comes to adding bonus features? I've never understood that.
By jrsilver (Asheville, NC USA)
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Touched by the Crimson King songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6876271|
|Release Date||Jun 28, 2005|
|Producer||Hansi Kursch; Jim Morris; Jon Schaffer|
|Recording Time||66 minutes||