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Release date: 4 November 1986
Style: Neoclassical power metal

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8.2 | 160 votes

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01. You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget
02. Liar
03. Queen In Love
04. Crying
05. Fury
06. Fire
07. Magic Mirror
08. Dark Ages
09. Trilogy Suite Op:5

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Vikcen - 07.09.2010 at 15:57  
Rating: 8 I bought it recently for a cheap price, and i like very much this album, good songs, i love a lot his voice, i love the record's sound, yeah pure 80s!

I like specially the songs "Liar", "Queen In Love", "Fury" and "Fire", altought "You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget" and "Trilogy Suite Op:5" are very good too.

Definitely, i recommend this album of Yngwie Malmsteen .
Marcel Hubregtse - 07.09.2010 at 16:21  
  You do know it's Mark Boals singing here and not Malmsteen, right? As far as I remember he never sung on anylbum himself. Usualy every new album had a differen vocalist.
JohnDoe - 07.09.2010 at 16:43  
  Usually booklets give this information about line up, production etc...

this album is for me YJM's best work.
Vikcen - 07.09.2010 at 16:52  
Rating: 8 Yes, i know the singer is Mark Boals. And indeed you are right, usualy every new album have a different singer.

I love this voice in this particular album. Also i like Joe Lynn Turner in the album Odyssey, you know, other album of Yngwie Malmsteen .
Vikcen - 07.09.2010 at 16:56  
Rating: 8
Written by JohnDoe on 07.09.2010 at 16:43

this album is for me YJM's best work.


Maybe for me too...
Vikcen - 07.09.2010 at 17:10  
Rating: 8 By the way, i found this voice (Mark Boals) similar to the voice of Russell Allen (from Symphony X) at least in these respective albums, "Trilogy" and "Paradise Lost".
Marcel Hubregtse - 07.09.2010 at 17:20  
  Odyssey I would say is Malmsteen's strongest album purely on a songwriting basis and probably also vocally.
The Shape 1973 - 07.09.2010 at 20:53  
Rating: 8
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 07.09.2010 at 17:20

Odyssey I would say is Malmsteen's strongest album purely on a songwriting basis and probably also vocally.

Agreed, his cover album Inspiration is good too, probably because he didn't write it. Ha ha.

He has done some vocals though on his albums. Manic Depression from Inspiration and Freedom from Attack. Both bloody awful.
Xfushion - 11.11.2011 at 07:35  
Rating: 9 I love the guitar playing style of this guy and this album says why
Korah - 05.03.2012 at 21:08  
Rating: 9 Yngwie wanted to do something more commercial on this album, and the result is here...this is less good, but still good! Yngwie achieve his best level on the Trilogy suite Op.5, a masterpiece of complicacy. Special mention to "You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget" too.

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