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The Courts of Chaos

Manilla Road

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1990
Catalog ID:
BD 045
Label:
Black Dragon Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 80%)
Side A
1. Road to Chaos 04:44   instrumental
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2. Dig Me No Grave 04:21   Show lyrics
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3. D.O.A. (Bloodrock cover) 07:02   Show lyrics
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4. Into the Courts of Chaos 05:23   Show lyrics
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Side B
5. From Beyond 05:05   Show lyrics
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6. A Touch of Madness 07:03   Show lyrics
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7. (Vlad) The Impaler 03:27   Show lyrics
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8. The Prophecy 07:01   Show lyrics
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Band members
Mark (the Shark) Shelton Guitars, Vocals
Randy (Thrasher) Foxe Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Scott (Scooter) Park Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Jon Miller Recording
Mark "The Shark" Shelton Mixing
Jay Merhoff (R.I.P. 2012) Engineering (assistant)
Max Merhoff Engineering (assistant)
Larry Funk Engineering
Aaron Brown Cover art
Alexander von Wieding Layout (High Roller re-release)
Mark (the Shark) Shelton Guitars, Vocals
Randy (Thrasher) Foxe Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Scott (Scooter) Park Bass
Jon Miller Recording
Mark "The Shark" Shelton Mixing
Jay Merhoff (R.I.P. 2012) Engineering (assistant)
Max Merhoff Engineering (assistant)
Larry Funk Engineering
Aaron Brown Cover art
Alexander von Wieding Layout (High Roller re-release)
Read Murky and otherwordly 82% Jophelerx March 2nd, 2012
Read dark and mysterious 78% Garand July 9th, 2004

"From Beyond" was inspired by the story of the same name by H.P. Lovecraft.
"The Book of Skelos" was inspired by the writings about the Hyborean Age by Robert E. Howard.

There is also a rare cassette version of the album that was issued under the name Mark Shelton instead of Manilla Road.

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed at The Miller Cave Studio in Newton, Kansas.
A drum computer was used on this recording.

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