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Slave of Satan

Reverend Bizarre

Type:
Single
Release date:
April 20th, 2005
Catalog ID:
Naula 064
Label:
Spikefarm Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 89%)
1. Slave of Satan 20:59   Show lyrics
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Band members
Albert Witchfinder Bass, Vocals
Earl of Void Drums
Peter Vicar Guitars
Guest/Session
Daniel Nyman Recitation of the Black Liturgy
Miscellaneous staff
Count Jussila Mastering
Void Mixing
Albert Mixing, Design, Layout
Danil Venho Mixing
Nightspirit Karlsson Recording, Engineering
S. Tschechonin Cover art
Albert Witchfinder Bass, Vocals
Earl of Void Drums
Peter Vicar Guitars
Daniel Nyman Recitation of the Black Liturgy
Count Jussila Mastering
Void Mixing
Albert Mixing, Design, Layout
Danil Venho Mixing
Nightspirit Karlsson Recording, Engineering
S. Tschechonin Cover art
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Includes the unabridged version of "Slave of Satan."

Front cover drawing: S. Tschechonin, 1913. Sleeve design and layout: Albert.

This single is dedicated to reverend Jim Hunter and Leo Meller.

The single was edited to the exact length of 20:59 to fit the total length limitations set for the Finnish single charts.

The release hit the Finnish single charts at #2, staying on the charts for five weeks.

Recording information:

Produced by Reverend Bizarre.
Written by Albert Witchfinder.
Recorded and engineered by Nightspirit Karlsson.
Sermons were held at Red House in Turku on Dec 9, 2004, and Jan 6, 15, 18, 21-23, 25 and 28, 2005.
Mixed on Jan 28 by Danil Venho, Albert, and Void.
Mastered by Count Jussila at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki on February 28, 2005, the Day of Kalevala and Finnish Culture.

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Added on: 2005-03-25 01:18:52 Last modified on: 2014-06-26 21:08:55
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