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Keeper Of The Seven Keys: The Legacy - Helloween

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Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Speed Metal & Thrash / Artist: Helloween / Audio CD released 2005-10-31 at SPV

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      23.07.2008 22:12
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      Helloween's twelfth album (2005).

      When a band is already suffering constant comparisons to an age-old 'classic era,' it doesn't help to name the latest album directly after the revered classics themselves, in arrogant expectation that they will actually live up to the beloved early works. While it doesn't manage to tarnish the 'Keeper of the Seven Keys' legacy itself, this third instalment is still a very average and predictable entry into the Helloween canon that doesn't even sound like the albums it intends to stand alongside in the annals of heavy metal history.

      For a band that was always best when basing songs around simplistic, catchy riffs and choruses, there's too much emphasis here on attempts to attain an 'epic' sound through the use of keyboard orchestration and Rhapsody-style narration. The first few songs are also far too long, before the album finally settles down and starts to throw out some acceptable power metal songs, even if the eighties throwback style of those such as 'Mrs. God' end up being more annoying than nostalgic. The speed returns for 'Silent Rain' and energetic finale 'My Life For One More Day' among others, but on the whole this feels like it's a disc too long, and should have been allocated a less argumentative title.

      Disc 1

      1. The King for 1000 Years
      2. The Invisible Man
      3. Born on Judgment Day
      4. Pleasure Drone
      5. Mrs. God
      6. Silent Rain

      Disc 2

      1. Occasion Avenue
      2. Light the Universe
      3. Do You Know What You're Fighting For?
      4. Come Alive
      5. Shade in the Shadow
      6. Get It Up
      7. My Life For One More Day


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    Disc #1 Tracklisting
    1 King For A 1000 Years
    2 Invisible Man
    3 Born On Judgement Day
    4 Pleasure Drone
    5 Mrs God
    6 Silent Rain

    Disc #2 Tracklisting
    1 Occasion Avenue
    2 Light The Universe - Helloween & Candice Night
    3 Do You Know What You're Fighting For
    4 Come Alive
    5 Shade In The Shadow
    6 Get It Up My Life
    7 For One More Day

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