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Mercyful Fate

Mercyful Fate

Type:
EP
Release date:
September 25th, 1982
Label:
Rave-On Records
Reviews:
8 reviews (avg. 96%)
1. A Corpse Without Soul 06:53   Show lyrics
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2. Nuns Have No Fun 04:17   Show lyrics
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3. Doomed by the Living Dead 05:06   Show lyrics
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4. Devil Eyes 05:48   Show lyrics
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Band members
King Diamond Vocals
Kim Ruzz Drums
Tim Grabber Bass
Michael Denner Guitar
Hank Shermann Guitar
Miscellaneous staff
Ole Bang Photography
Cole Hamilton Artwork
Willem Steentjes Engineering
Jac Hustinx Producer
André Verhuysen Photography
Ole Bang Photography
Cole Hamilton Artwork
Willem Steentjes Engineering
Jac Hustinx Producer
André Verhuysen Photography
Read That's it, you're doomed 99% MercyfulSatyr July 22nd, 2009
Read The dawn of Fate 96% spacelordjones December 4th, 2008
Read Disproving myself early in... 100% BastardHead February 1st, 2008
Read Satan Has Taken His Toll! 96% DawnoftheShred November 8th, 2007
Read I'm Going to Hell! Classic EP 98% SRX May 13th, 2007
Read The true Black Stallion 90% Gutterscream December 18th, 2006
Read Hands Down The Scariest... 90% brocashelm April 19th, 2006
Read Probably the best mini EP 98% Dethrone_Tyranny October 4th, 2003
Their first EP was nicknamed "Nuns Have No Fun" or "A Corpse Without Soul" by the fans because of the cover art. Original pressings have a slim white border around the jacket.

Also released as bootleg picture disc limited to 300 copies by Metalized Blood Records in 2006.

Also released as a bootleg split CD with the band Evil and their EP "Evil's Message".

Bootlegged on clear, red and white vinyl in 2011.
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