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A Little Time - Helloween - Walls Of Jericho / Keeper Of The Seven Keys Part 1 (CD)

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  1. Yorisar says:
    Helloween is a German power metal band founded in in Hamburg, West Germany by members of bands Iron Fist and Gentry. Its first lineup consisted of singer and guitarist Kai Hansen, bassist Markus Grosskopf, guitarist Michael Weikath, and drummer Ingo odamtogsyreaner.giodiafiodriloporimbudlegapertchep.infoinfo the release of a self-titled EP and their debut album Walls of Jericho in , it expanded into a quintet with the.
  2. Tekinos says:
    Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I, an Album by Helloween. Released on Noise (catalog no. N ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Metal. Featured peformers: Michael Kiske (lead vocals), Kai Hansen (lead guitar, backing vocals), Michael Weikath (lead guitar, backing vocals), Markus Grosskopf (bass, backing vocals), Ingo Schwichtenberg (drums), Tommy Newton (producer, engineer), Tommy /5().
  3. Zulkikus says:
    Nov 17,  · Artist: Helloween Title: “Keeper Of The Seven Keys Part 1” (remaster) Label: Sanctuary Records Release Date: 8/8/ Genre: Heavy Metal Rating: 5/5 As the follow up to their debut “Walls Of Jericho”, Helloween would find lead singer/guitarist Kai Hansen choosing to focus on the axe work while they brought in a then 18 year old Michael Kiske to handle the vocal duties.
  4. Marisar says:
    odamtogsyreaner.giodiafiodriloporimbudlegapertchep.infoinfo For a band that started out as an unabashed Iron Maiden rip-off, Helloween had matured considerably by the time it released its epic concept album Keeper of the Seven Keys Pt. odamtogsyreaner.giodiafiodriloporimbudlegapertchep.infoinfo ranks as a milestone in the band's career, and sadly one that would never be odamtogsyreaner.giodiafiodriloporimbudlegapertchep.infoinfos:
  5. Dagar says:
    ABOUT THE ALBUM: The addition of powerhouse vocalist Michael Kiske in took Helloween to a whole new level. The resulting release, Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I can never be overstated in it's contribution to the metal pantheon. This was the album that struck the perfect balance between listenable melody and high-speed assault/5(11).
  6. Gujas says:
    Keeper of the Seven Keys (part 1) is part of one of metal's great enduring works. Helloween burst onto the scene a couple of years earlier with their Mini LP and Walls of Jericho albums, but with the addition of vocalist Michael Kiske for this album, they moved from four to five piece and rounded out their sound and redefined their identity as a band/5(30).
  7. Mill says:
    Digitally remastered and expanded deluxe two CD edition combines Keeper of the Seven Keys () and Keeper of the Seven Keys, Part II () plus bonus tracks. The ultimate Power Metal albums might seem like a grandiose statement to make today but it goes without saying that both Keepers albums are massively influential throughout the Heavy /5(27).
  8. JoJobar says:
    The only 2 Helloween albums worth owning (sorry guys), apart from the not bad Walls of Jericho, are the 2 Keeper albums. Basically a blue print for all power metal from that point on and just stunningly over the top, they shine as beacons in the metal wonderland of the s/5().

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