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After the Fire

Pharaoh

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
2003
Catalog ID:
cruz01
Label:
Cruz del Sur Music
Format:
CD
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 79%)
1. Unum 00:57   instrumental
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2. After the Fire 05:08   Show lyrics
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3. Flash of the Dark 05:30   Show lyrics
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4. Forever Free 05:12   Show lyrics
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5. Heart of the Enemy 03:49   Show lyrics
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6. Solar Flight 04:59   Show lyrics
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7. Now Is the Time 06:28   Show lyrics
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8. Never, Not Again 04:16   Show lyrics
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9. Slaves 05:07   Show lyrics
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Band members
Chris Black Drums
Chris Kerns Bass, Guitars (2nd solo on 3; solo on 5)
Tim Aymar Vocals
Matt Johnsen Guitars
Guest/Session
Jim Dofka Guitars (2nd solo on 6)
Miscellaneous staff
Bill Filer Engineering
temnO un.art Design, Layout
Enrico Leccese Executive producer
Jean-Pascal Fournier Cover art
Chris Zenner Engineering (vocals)
Chris Black Drums
Chris Kerns Bass, Guitars (2nd solo on 3; solo on 5)
Tim Aymar Vocals
Matt Johnsen Guitars
Jim Dofka Guitars (2nd solo on 6)
Bill Filer Engineering
temnO un.art Design, Layout
Enrico Leccese Executive producer
Jean-Pascal Fournier Cover art
Chris Zenner Engineering (vocals)
Read No, no, this fire is just... 80% autothrall July 23rd, 2012
Read Closer To My Kind Of Power... 71% OzzyApu October 23rd, 2009
Read Damn solid. 75% Empyreal June 2nd, 2008
Read Pharaoh's Rising 89% DARKLIGHTER December 15th, 2005

Produced by Pharaoh.

Recording information:

Recorded sporadically between June 1999 and May 2002.
Engineered at Audible Images, Port Matilda, PA, USA.
Vocals engineered at Ice House Studios, Washington, PA, USA.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 8032622211016

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