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King Diamond - Conspiracy

8.7 | 454 votes |
Release date: 1989
Style: Heavy metal


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01. At The Graves
02. Sleepless Nights
03. Lies
04. A Visit From The Dead
05. The Wedding Dream
06. "Amon" Belongs To "Them"
07. Something Weird
08. Victimized
09. Let It Be Done
10. Cremation

Top 20 albums of 1989: 11

Kim "King Diamond" Bendix Petersen - vocals
Anders "Andy LaRocque" Allhage - guitars
Pete Blakk - guitars
Hal Patino - bass

Session musicians
Roberto Falcao - keyboards
Michael "Mikkey Dee" Delaouglou - drums

Additional info
Produced by Roberto Falcao, King Diamond and Andy La Rocque.

Guest review by
Ooh hoo! I am as giddy as a little school-girl and my nipples are twice as perky. King Diamond kicks ass and is without a doubt Denmark's greatest export! So, here we have album number 3 in a trilogy of classics, released 1 year after each other, entitled: Conspiracy. Here, King is continuing the concept from his previous release, Them, thus concluding the eerie tale of Them, the House Amon and Grandma.

published 27.06.2011 | Comments (4)

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21.07.2021 - 11:11
Rating: 8
A Nice Guy
Another classic KD concept album, I found it very enjoyable, it has some of the catchiest riffs by the band, and some great guitar solo's too, what I like most about KD is he can make the most sinister lyrics sound incredibly cheesy, which is very entertaining to listen to.

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