Power Metal band Vicious Rumors, published in 1991. One of their best releases along with their masterpiece Digital Dictator (1988).
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Features Song Lyrics for Vicious Rumors's Welcome To The Ball album.
Welcome to the Ball is the fourth album by the American heavy metal band Vicious Rumors, released in 1991. All songs written by Carl Albert, Geoff Thorpe and Mark McGee, except where noted. You Only Live Twice" - 3:38. Savior from Anger" - 4:08. Children" (Thorpe, Albert, Andre Pessis, McGee) - 4:56. Dust to Dust" (McGee, Thorpe) - 4:20. Raise Your Hands" (McGee, Thorpe) - 4:02.
Vicious Rumors is the third album by the American heavy metal band Vicious Rumors, released in 1990. A music video was made for "Don't Wait for Me". All tracks written by Vicious Rumors except where indicated. Carl Albert – lead vocals, backing vocals. Geoff Thorpe – guitars, producer. Mark McGee – guitars, mandolin, backing vocals. Mike Houghes – back cover logo concept.
Vicious Rumors : Welcome to the Ball. Heavy Metal, USA (1991 - Atlantic Records) Learn more. Savior, Save us from anger Put to the test Will we ever know? The hunter, an animal without emotion. Mechanical destruction, methodical corruption Wake up, can't you see, the peace and harmony Is there if you want it. Savior, Save us from anger Put to the test Will we ever know? 4. Children ( . horpe, . essis, . lbert, . cgee).
By: Vicious Rumors (1991, Rock). More albums from Vicious Rumors: Sadistic Symphony by Vicious Rumors. Electric Punishment by Vicious Rumors. Razorback Killers by Vicious Rumors. Cyberchrist by Vicious Rumors. Digital Dictator by Vicious Rumors. Something Burning by Vicious Rumors. Vicious Rumors by Vicious Rumors. Concussion Protocol by Vicious Rumors.
One exception that I am already familiar with, though, is this album by Vicious Rumors. Welcome to the Ball manages to avoid the clichés that are commonly associated with the genre and not only does that make it easier to listen to, but it is also very good anyway. One of the main appeals that this album has is that it doesn’t just bludgeon the listener with a steady barrage of double bass and speedy riffs for the entire album.