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|2.||I'm Alive||03:23||Show lyrics|
|3.||A Little Time||03:59||Show lyrics|
|4.||Twilight of the Gods||04:29||Show lyrics|
|5.||A Tale That Wasn't Right||05:15||Show lyrics|
|6.||Future World||04:02||Show lyrics|
|8.||Follow the Sign||01:46||Show lyrics|
|Michael Kiske||Vocals (lead)|
|Kai Hansen||Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)|
|Michael Weikath||Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)|
|Markus Grosskopf||Bass, Vocals (backing)|
|Ingo Schwichtenberg (R.I.P. 1995)||Drums|
|Tommy Hansen||Producer, Engineering, Mixing|
|Tommy Newton||Producer, Engineering|
|Uwe Karczewski||Cover art|
|Edda Karczewski||Cover art|
|Kai Hansen||Cover concept|
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Tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, and 8 by Hansen.
Track 5 by Weikath.
Track 3 by Kiske.
Certain versions of the album have "Judas" as an unlisted track that sits between "A Tale That Wasn't Right" and "Future World".
A music video was made for the song "Halloween", however edited down to just over 5 minutes.
Also released on blue transparent vinyl.
Reissued by Noise Records in 1993 with a bonus CD.
Starlight (Remix) is in fact the Michael Kiske version only with a different name.
Recorded and mixed at Horus Sound Studios, Hannover, Germany, Nov./Dec. 1986 & Jan.1987
Matrix / Runout Side A (stamped): N 0057-A , (etched): SNB
Matrix / Runout Side B (stamped): N 0057-B , (etched): SNB
Labelcode: LC 9066
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|Added on: N/A||Last modified on: 2015-09-17 02:17:44|