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Fates Warning > Night on Bröcken
Fates Warning - Night on Bröcken
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Night on Bröcken

Fates Warning

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 9th, 1984
Catalog ID:
MBR 1025
Label:
Metal Blade Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
6 reviews (avg. 76%)
Side A
1. Buried Alive 04:40   Show lyrics
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2. The Calling 05:04   Show lyrics
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3. Kiss of Death 04:38   Show lyrics
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4. Night on Bröcken 05:30   Show lyrics
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Side B
5. S.E.K. 01:20   instrumental
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6. Misfit 05:06   Show lyrics
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7. Shadowfax 03:16   instrumental
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8. Damnation 06:27   Show lyrics
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9. Soldier Boy 06:25   Show lyrics
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Band members
John Arch Vocals
Jim Matheos Guitars
Victor Arduini Guitars
Joe DiBiase Bass
Steve Zimmerman Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Bill Metoyer Mixing
Brian Slagel Mixing
Eddy Schreyer Remastering
Doug Clark Engineering
John Arch Vocals
Jim Matheos Guitars
Victor Arduini Guitars
Joe DiBiase Bass
Steve Zimmerman Drums
Bill Metoyer Mixing
Brian Slagel Mixing
Eddy Schreyer Remastering
Doug Clark Engineering
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Read You're the one I saw in... 77% rune_of_torment May 2nd, 2009
Read It's Walpurgis Night 84% OlympicSharpshooter May 1st, 2006

Basically, this is the demo recording, upgraded to first album status. Jim Matheos hates this album.

Released in limited quantities with two different covers before a third (the one with the moon) was adopted for major distribution.

The album title, cover art and lyrics of the title song reference Walpurgis Night (April 30th), when, according to German folklore, witches meet on the Brocken, the highest peak in the Harz Mountains.

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