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The Spider's Lullabye

King Diamond

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
June 6th, 1995
Label:
Metal Blade Records
Reviews:
6 reviews (avg. 83%)
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2. Killer 04:17   Show lyrics
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3. The Poltergeist 04:30   Show lyrics
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4. Dreams 04:39   Show lyrics
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5. Moonlight 04:33   Show lyrics
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6. Six Feet Under 04:02   Show lyrics
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7. The Spider's Lullabye 03:40   Show lyrics
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8. Eastmann's Cure 04:32   Show lyrics
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9. Room 17 08:17   Show lyrics
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10. To the Morgue 04:58   Show lyrics
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Band members
King Diamond Vocals, Harpsichord, Keyboard
Darrin Anthony Drums
Chris Estes Bass, Keyboards on Six Feet Under
Herb Simonsen Guitars (lead)
Andy LaRocque Guitars (lead)
Miscellaneous staff
Braden McDonald Engineering (assistant)
Tim Kimsley Producer, Mixing, Engineering
Andy LaRocque Producer (assistant)
King Diamond Producer, Mixing
Eddy Schreyer Mastering
King Diamond Vocals, Harpsichord, Keyboard
Darrin Anthony Drums
Chris Estes Bass, Keyboards on Six Feet Under
Herb Simonsen Guitars (lead)
Andy LaRocque Guitars (lead)
Braden McDonald Engineering (assistant)
Tim Kimsley Producer, Mixing, Engineering
Andy LaRocque Producer (assistant)
King Diamond Producer, Mixing
Eddy Schreyer Mastering
Read A new direction for the King? 73% enigmatech December 27th, 2012
Read Eight-legged falsettos 80% autothrall May 17th, 2012
Read Solid work 83% AnalogKid May 9th, 2010
Read The Spider's Lullabye 84% Noctir September 25th, 2009
Read Deserves more recognition 90% Dethrone_Tyranny December 30th, 2003
Read Highly underrated 85% axman August 6th, 2002
Mastered at ''Future Disc''.
Recorded and Mixed at ''The Dallas Sound Lab'' September - October 1994.

This album was released in Europe through Massacre Records.

The songs on the album were supposed to be released in 1991.

Re-released 2011 in digipack format with remastered sound by Andy LaRoque.

Unlike all other King Diamond albums except the debut "Fatal Portrait", this is not a full concept album - only the last four songs tell "The Spider's Lullabye" story.

In 2009 a bootleg 4-track demo vinyl of this album was released, with the following dates:
"There is no real drummer in this recording, so a drum machine was used but without ruining it. Recorded somewhere between 1990-1995 when the band left Roadrunner and were looking for a new record label to release "The Spider's Lullabye". The audio was taken directly from a leaked source tape ensuring the best sound quality possible. Comes with lyric sheet and huge (and amazing if I may add) poster. No other info is available other than pressing inf: black vinyl (this), transparent orange and transparent red vinyl."
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