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King of the Dead

Cirith Ungol

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
July 2nd, 1984
Label:
Enigma Records
Reviews:
7 reviews (avg. 88%)
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2. Black Machine 04:16   Show lyrics
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3. Master of the Pit 07:09   Show lyrics
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4. King of the Dead 06:48   Show lyrics
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5. Death of the Sun 03:54   Show lyrics
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6. Finger of Scorn 08:34   Show lyrics
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7. Toccata in Dm (J.S. Bach cover) 04:37   instrumental
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8. Cirith Ungol 06:23   Show lyrics
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Band members
Tim Baker Vocals
Jerry Fogle (R.I.P. 1998) Guitars
Michael "Flint" Vujejia Bass
Robert Garven Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Michael Whelan Cover art
Tim Nelson Engineering
Greg Hazard Photography
Robert W. Graven, Jr. Art direction
Brian Slagel Executive producer
Tim Baker Vocals
Jerry Fogle (R.I.P. 1998) Guitars
Michael "Flint" Vujejia Bass
Robert Garven Drums
Michael Whelan Cover art
Tim Nelson Engineering
Greg Hazard Photography
Robert W. Graven, Jr. Art direction
Brian Slagel Executive producer
Read Cirith Ungols Best Effort 100% robertgarven December 26th, 2010
Read Crown upon his head!! 92% caspian January 3rd, 2010
Read How does a nine-foot... 95% Cheeses_Priced April 20th, 2009
Read Of Neurotic Trolls and... 79% Empyreal October 4th, 2008
Read Bow Down and Kneel to... 100% Lord_Elden July 30th, 2007
Read not so odd but utterly gloomy 84% metalpesant April 5th, 2006
Read Not terrible, but... 69% UltraBoris June 9th, 2004
Reissued by One Way Records on January 31, 1995, including Frost and Fire. Reissued by Metal Blade on October 5, 1999, including a bonus track:
9. Last Laugh (live) [4:22]

Picture LP released by Metal Blade in 2005, limited to 500 copies.

Michael Whelan's artwork for Michael Moorcock's book "The Bane of the Black Sword" was used as cover.
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