Dark Moor - Shadowland

7.2 | 81 votes |
Release date: 1999
Style: Symphonic power metal


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Disc I
01. Shadowland
02. Walhalla
03. Dragon Into The Fire
04. Calling On The Wind
05. Magic Land
06. Flying
07. Time Is The Avenger
08. Born In The Dark
09. The King's Sword
10. The Call [bonus]

Disc II [Reissue bonus disc]
01. God Save The King - Intro
02. Walhalla
03. Flying
04. For You
05. Infinite Dreams
06. Dreams Of Madness
07. Time Is The Avenger
08. The King's Sword

Additional info
Bonus tracks:

Walhalla, Flying, For You and God Save The King are taken from the demo "Flying". The last two are unreleased tracks.

Infinite Dreams, Dreams Of Madness, Time Is The Avenger and The King's Sword are taken from the demo "Dreams Of Madness". The first of which is the original version of "Calling On The Wind". Dreams Of Madness is an unreleased track.

Staff review by
This was my first contact with Spain's best Metal band (In my eyes).
I can't really remember when it was, but it's was some years back in time, before the time Metal should be a very important part of my life, as it is today.
It's the debut of Dark Moor, the band that's famous because of the ex- singer Elisa C. Martin, but now with a young male-singer named Alfred Romero, more of that can you read of in my review of their latest release, "Dark Moor".

published 03.01.2004 | Comments (0)


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22.04.2011 - 20:46
Rating: 9
Bad production, but VERY NICE tracks. This one would be very worth to be re-recorded
17.04.2014 - 10:51
Rating: 6
M C Vice
I thought this sounded really shit, then I figured out that the 2cd version has the disks labled wrong. The one that says bonus disk is the album, so it was the demos I was listening to. (worked it out when I realized the tracks were in the wrong order.)
"Another day, another Doug."
"I'll fight you on one condition. That you lower your nipples."
" 'Tis a lie! Thy backside is whole and ungobbled, thou ungrateful whelp!"

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