King Diamond - Voodoo


7.9 | 198 votes |
Release date: 1998
Style: Heavy metal

Owners:

270 have it
15 want it


01. Louisiana Darkness
02. "LOA" House
03. Life After Death
04. Voodoo
05. A Secret
06. Salem
07. One Down Two To Go
08. Sending Of Dead
09. Sarah's Night
10. The Exorcist
11. Unclean Spirits
12. Cross Of Baron Samedi
13. If They Only Knew
14. Aftermath

Line-up
Kim Bendix Petersen - vocals, keyboards, harpshichord, organ
Anders Allhage - guitars, keyboards
Herb Simonsen - guitars
John Luke Hebert - drums
Chris Estes - bass, keyboards

Guest musicians
Darrell Lance Abbott - guitar solo

Additional info
Produced by King Diamond, Andy LaRocque and Sterling Winfield.

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12.04.2012 - 01:48
musicalkaratekid
I like King Diamond, but i find this to be his most outstandingly disappointing release. It's just so bland and uninteresting, and whilst the music itself is decent, the vocals just fail to deliver as on earlier albums. As well as that, from the title track onwards, it ultimately drags on and on. That's just my opinion however.
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05.06.2013 - 02:04
Rating: 4
Timelord
Written by musicalkaratekid on 12.04.2012 at 01:48

I like King Diamond, but i find this to be his most outstandingly disappointing release. It's just so bland and uninteresting, and whilst the music itself is decent, the vocals just fail to deliver as on earlier albums. As well as that, from the title track onwards, it ultimately drags on and on. That's just my opinion however.



Don't be afraid to say an album sucks!! I am with you on this prolly more so! I stopped buying any King Diamond after "The Eye". Writing was on the wall that King's story telling had long reached its peak . With every release after "The Eye" it basically was one looong same sounding songs. This is album is easily bottom feeder.
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05.06.2013 - 02:53
musicalkaratekid
Written by Timelord on 05.06.2013 at 02:04

Written by musicalkaratekid on 12.04.2012 at 01:48

I like King Diamond, but i find this to be his most outstandingly disappointing release. It's just so bland and uninteresting, and whilst the music itself is decent, the vocals just fail to deliver as on earlier albums. As well as that, from the title track onwards, it ultimately drags on and on. That's just my opinion however.



Don't be afraid to say an album sucks!! I am with you on this prolly more so! I stopped buying any King Diamond after "The Eye". Writing was on the wall that King's story telling had long reached its peak . With every release after "The Eye" it basically was one looong same sounding songs. This is album is easily bottom feeder.


Haha, I guess I just voice my opinions on the internet "DISCREETLY"
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05.06.2013 - 03:09
Rating: 4
Timelord
Written by musicalkaratekid on 05.06.2013 at 02:53

Written by Timelord on 05.06.2013 at 02:04

Written by musicalkaratekid on 12.04.2012 at 01:48

I like King Diamond, but i find this to be his most outstandingly disappointing release. It's just so bland and uninteresting, and whilst the music itself is decent, the vocals just fail to deliver as on earlier albums. As well as that, from the title track onwards, it ultimately drags on and on. That's just my opinion however.



Don't be afraid to say an album sucks!! I am with you on this prolly more so! I stopped buying any King Diamond after "The Eye". Writing was on the wall that King's story telling had long reached its peak . With every release after "The Eye" it basically was one looong same sounding songs. This is album is easily bottom feeder.


Haha, I guess I just voice my opinions on the internet "DISCREETLY"


WOW!! Just re-read my post. It is almost hard for me to understand with all the typos. I need hooked on phonics apparently. Gonna simplify it. Voodoo SUCKS!!! lol
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