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10cf746e54 This is an album that every power metal fan should have, let alone every fan of Helloween, especially to those of you who have been a bit let down by some of the other releases that came out of 2007. I'm not going to do a track by track review, but other standouts include "The Bells of The Seven Hells", "Dreambound", and "Paint A New World", where they thrashy riffs from the opening track make their ball crushing return. There are no low points, just songs that are A BIT weaker (Heaven Tells No Lies, I.M.E). Helloween may have been gambling with the devil, but you surely won't be making a big gamble if you decide to purchase this stunning firecracker of an album soon. Although Gamma Ray really kicked back hard this year and Masterplan didnt fall that far despite the loss of Jorn, Helloween has again come out on top of the fray. "Crack the Riddle (intro)" Deris, Weikath, Gerstner, Loble, Grosskopf Deris, Weikath, Gerstner, Loble, Grosskopf 0:56 2. Sascha Gerstner is indeed a fantastic guitarist and a worthy replacement of Mr.
Recording information: Recorded at Mi Sueno Studio, Tenerife (Spain) and G-Tracks Studio, Ebermannstadt, (Germany) from May to July 2007. There is only one track here that I would ever debate skipping, which is "Can Do It". "Final Fortune" Grosskopf Grosskopf 4:46 7. Quickly. ^ "Charts - Official Helloween Messageboard". The boys have established a unique sound over time, and that voice has been applied in every CD that holds the Helloween moniker; this one is no exception. Retrieved 2012-02-17. Retrieved 2011-06-22.