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|4.||Ghost of Freedom||05:11||Show lyrics|
|5.||Im-Ho-Tep (Pharaoh's Curse)||04:46||Show lyrics|
|6.||Jekyll & Hyde||04:40||Show lyrics|
|7.||Dragon's Child||04:21||Show lyrics|
|8.||Transylvania (Iron Maiden cover)||04:23||instrumental|
|11.||The Phantom Opera Ghost||08:41||Show lyrics|
|Matt Barlow||Vocals (lead)|
|Larry Tarnowski||Guitars (lead) (except Track 4)|
|Jon Schaffer||Guitars, Vocals, Mandolin, Keyboards, Lyrics|
|Sam King||Vocals (backing)|
|Rafaela Farias||Vocals (backing)|
|Howard Helm||Keyboards (Pipe Organ) (Track 11)|
|Jim Morris||Guitars (lead) (Track 4), Vocals (backing), Keyboards|
|Yunhui Percifield||Vocals (lead) (Track 11 as "Christine"), Vocals (backing)|
|Richie Wilkison||Vocals (backing)|
|Travis Smith||Artwork, Layout|
|Jon Schaffer||Producer, Art Director|
|Jim Morris||Producer, Engineering, Mixing, Mastering|
|Creature Troubled Feature||40%||autothrall||October 8th, 2013|
|A show not to be missed!||91%||invaders||July 7th, 2011|
|Transylvania tales.||78%||hells_unicorn||December 13th, 2010|
|Horribly Good||90%||Flamos||January 9th, 2009|
|This is a kickass show!||97%||The_Boss||December 11th, 2007|
|Very good||90%||silver_monkey||February 19th, 2007|
|Repetitive but Listenable||75%||DawnoftheShred||November 27th, 2006|
|A showstopper||90%||Hattori||July 21st, 2004|
|Interesting attempt...||75%||Snxke||May 25th, 2004|
|A pretty nice idea by...||80%||panteramdeth||May 22nd, 2004|
|Great concept album...but...||85%||heavymetalvixen||January 20th, 2004|
|Or: Why This makes my Inner...||80%||michinoku||May 11th, 2003|
|Should have been better,...||85%||Symphony_Of_Terror||March 19th, 2003|
On the limited digibook 2-CD version track 8 is "Frankenstein", track 9 is "Dracula", and track 10 is "The Phantom Opera Ghost". "Transylvania" (4:29; track # 1) appears on the second CD followed by an interview with Jon Schaffer (69:28; tracks # 2 - 7).
-Also released as a Digipak (without the bonus CD).
-Also released as a gatefold double-vinyl on colored wax, limited to 3,000 copies.
Almost all the songs on this album are based on classic horror films, and many of the lyrics are lifted directly from the source material. The chorus to "Wolf" is an adaptation of a poem that is recited in the 1941 film "The Wolf Man". The chorus to "Damien" is taken from the 1976 film "The Omen", and the spoken section is adapted from a speech in its 1981 sequel, "Omen III: The Final Conflict".
Mixed and Mastered at Morrisound Studios, Tampa, FL in late January-early February 2001.
Drums and principal rhythm guitars parts for "Horror Show" were recorded in December 2000 at Morrisound Studios.
All additional recording done at "Schaffer Sound" Studios "in a dungeon somewhere in Indiana" in January 2001.