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Siége Perilous

Kamelot

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
July 28th, 1998
Label:
Noise Records
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 74%)
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2. Millennium 05:15   Show lyrics
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3. King's Eyes 06:14   Show lyrics
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4. Expedition 05:41   Show lyrics
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5. Where I Reign 05:58   Show lyrics
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6. Rhydin 05:03   Show lyrics
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7. Parting Visions 03:34   Show lyrics
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8. Once a Dream 04:24   Show lyrics
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9. Irea 04:32   Show lyrics
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10. Siege 04:19   instrumental
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Band members
Roy S. Khan Vocals
Casey Grillo Drums
David Pavlicko Keyboards
Glenn Barry Bass
Thomas Youngblood Guitars
Guest/Session
Tore Østby Acoustic Guitar solo on "Siege"
Miscellaneous staff
Kim Grillo Photography
Rachel Youngblood Graphic production & design
Derek Gores Cover art
Tom Morris Engineering
Jim Morris Engineering
Mark Prator Engineering
Thomas Youngblood Producer
Tommy Newton Mixing
Tore Østby Acoustic Guitar solo on "Siege"
Kim Grillo Photography
Rachel Youngblood Graphic production & design
Derek Gores Cover art
Tom Morris Engineering
Jim Morris Engineering
Mark Prator Engineering
Thomas Youngblood Producer
Tommy Newton Mixing
Read Kamelot's weakest album by far 50% Sir_General_Flashman February 27th, 2009
Read This gets old really quickly 80% OSheaman July 15th, 2003
Read Not bad for the first time... 82% PowerMetalGuardian February 8th, 2003
Read The best flower-metal album... 83% UltraBoris August 21st, 2002
Recorded at Morrisound Studios Tampa, Fl. Jan/Feb/Mar. 1998
Produced by Thomas Youngblood and Kamelot
Mixed at Area 51 Studios, Celle, Germany
Management: KMI Entertainment, kmiworld@aol.com

Japanese edition contains 1 bonus track:

11. One Day (04:07)

Note:
The back cover has a tracklisting error with track 6, 7 and 8 being mixed up. The correct CD running order is shown here.
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