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From the Gutter to the Stage

Savatage

Type:
Compilation
Release date:
December 2nd, 1995
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Atlantic Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 92%)
Disc 1
1. Sirens (live) 03:50   Show lyrics
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2. Power of the Night 04:21   Show lyrics
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3. Prelude to Madness 03:13   instrumental
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4. Hall of the Mountain King 05:33   Show lyrics
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5. 24 Hrs. Ago 04:56   Show lyrics
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6. Gutter Ballet 06:20   Show lyrics
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7. When the Crowds Are Gone 05:46   Show lyrics
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8. Silk and Steel 02:57   instrumental
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9. New York City Don't Mean Nothing 04:04   Show lyrics
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10. Agony and Ecstasy 03:34   Show lyrics
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11. Believe 05:41   Show lyrics
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12. Edge of Thorns 05:57   Show lyrics
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13. Chance 07:50   Show lyrics
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14. Mozart and Madness 05:02   instrumental
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15. One Child 05:15   Show lyrics
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Disc 2
1. Shotgun Innocence 04:53   Show lyrics
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2. Forever After 03:32   Show lyrics
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3. This Is Where You Should Be 04:20   Show lyrics
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4. D.T. Jesus 04:56   Show lyrics
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Gary Smith Cover art
Gary Smith Cover art
Read From the Stage to the... 92% Tlacaxipehualiztli May 9th, 2013

The songs on the second disc are rarities.

"Shotgun Innocence": originally released as a bonus track on the Japanese release of "Edge of Thorns"; the last song Criss Oliva recorded.
"Forever After": also a Japanese bonus track, originally sung by Jon Oliva as was, "Damien", before being turned over to Zak Stevens his own interpretation.
"This Is Where You Should Be": recorded during the "Hall of the Moutain King" sessions, never released before.
"D.T. Jesus": early version of "Jesus Saves".

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