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Strong as a Rock. Tear Down the Walls. Temple of the King. The End Of Our Time. The Temple of the King. Too Late. More Albums. Slaves on the Run. The Crusaders of Doom. Studios in Bochum. Pell worked on the vocals in great detail with frontman Gioeli via Skype , and Gioeli recorded his parts in the U.
In view of the album's compositional density, it wouldn't seem fair to highlight individual tracks. At the same time, it must be mentioned that Axel Rudi Pell has come up with a continuation of his classic "Oceans Of Time" in the eight-minute "Dark Waves Of The Sea" including unmistakable quotes from the original , and that the album features an impressive instrumental in "Noblesse Oblige Opus 5 Adagio Contabile ".
And, of course, there's another great Pell ballad on the album, entitled "Glory Night". Dreaming Dead. Tear Down the Walls. Rock the Nation. Dark Waves of the Sea. Strong as a Rock. Temple of the King. Dreaming Dead extended version. The End Of Our Time. Noblesse Oblige Opus 5 Adagio Contabile. Pell 's hardcore fans could care less if he is "stuck in the past" -- matter of fact, they welcome it. This is yet another dose of enjoyable '70s and '80s worship from the German headbanger, who is smart enough to oversee an effective, hard-working team that understands where he is coming from musically.