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Return to Metalopolis

Chris Poland

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 5th, 1990
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Enigma
Format:
Cassette
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 72%)
1. Club Ded 03:35   instrumental
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2. Alexandria 04:05   instrumental
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3. Return To Metalopolis 03:03   instrumental
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4. Heinous Interruptus 02:41   instrumental
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5. The Fall of Babylon 04:56   instrumental
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6. Row of Crows 03:25   instrumental
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7. Theatré of the Damned 03:52   instrumental
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8. Beelzebub Bop 03:28   instrumental
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9. Apparition Station 02:44   instrumental
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10. Khazad Dûm 03:43   instrumental
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  35:32  
Band members
Mark Poland Drums
Chris Poland Guitars, Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Randy Burns Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Chris Poland Producer, Mixing
Steve Heinke Engineering, Mixing
Jason Roberts Engineering
Robert Matheu Photography
Mark Poland Drums
Chris Poland Guitars, Bass
Randy Burns Producer, Engineering, Mixing
Chris Poland Producer, Mixing
Steve Heinke Engineering, Mixing
Jason Roberts Engineering
Robert Matheu Photography
Read *Insert Megadeth reference... 70% Mr Ferocious February 20th, 2012
Read Solo Stuff from the... 79% DawnoftheShred September 9th, 2008
Read Very Stylistic! 85% overkill67 April 14th, 2004
Read Peace Sells, Poland Buys 55% metalfukinhead February 5th, 2003

Original vinyl and cassette versions omit track 4, which was the original CD bonus track.

Although the album is entirely instrumental, the back cover reads "Lyric sheet available".

Re-released in 1998.

Re-released, remixed & remastered, and retitled "Return to Metalopolis 2002", by Lion Music, with 2 bonus tracks:
11: 30 Day Due (4:47)
12: The Heavy Guitar Jam (14:32)

"Khazad Dûm" is titled after the bridge in J.R.R.Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings".

The spelling in "Club Ded" is a slight diss at his previous band, Megadeth.

Original cover (top), 2002 reissue (bottom).

Recording information:

Drums recorded at American Recording.
Guitars recorded at Image Recording Studios.
Mixed at Smoketree Ranch.

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