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Helloween > Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I > 1987, 12" vinyl, Noise Records
Helloween - Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I
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Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I

Helloween

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 23rd, 1987
Catalog ID:
N 0057
Label:
Noise Records
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
22 reviews (avg. 83%)
Side A
1. Initiation 01:21   instrumental
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2. I'm Alive 03:23   Show lyrics
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3. A Little Time (Ill Prophecy cover) 03:59   Show lyrics
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4. Twilight of the Gods 04:29   Show lyrics
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5. A Tale That Wasn't Right 05:15   Show lyrics
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Side B
6. Future World 04:02   Show lyrics
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7. Halloween 13:18   Show lyrics
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8. Follow the Sign 01:46   Show lyrics
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  37:33  
Original line-up
Band members
Michael Kiske Vocals (lead), Songwriting (track 3), Lyrics (track 3)
Markus Grosskopf Bass, Vocals (backing)
Michael Weikath Songwriting (tracks 5, 8), Lyrics (tracks 5, 8), Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)
Kai Hansen Lyrics (tracks 2, 4, 6-8), Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing), Songwriting (tracks 1, 2, 4, 6-8)
Ingo Schwichtenberg (R.I.P. 1995) Drums
Guest/Session
Tommy Hansen Emulator
Miscellaneous staff
Tommy Newton Producer, Engineering
Tommy Hansen Engineering, Mixing, Producer
Uwe Karczewski (R.I.P. 2021) Cover art
Masa Itoh Liner notes
Kai Hansen Cover concept
Edda Karczewski Cover art
Jürgen Müller Photography
Original line-up
Michael Kiske Vocals (lead), Songwriting (track 3), Lyrics (track 3)
Markus Grosskopf Bass, Vocals (backing)
Michael Weikath Songwriting (tracks 5, 8), Lyrics (tracks 5, 8), Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)
Kai Hansen Lyrics (tracks 2, 4, 6-8), Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing), Songwriting (tracks 1, 2, 4, 6-8)
Ingo Schwichtenberg (R.I.P. 1995) Drums
Original line-up
Tommy Hansen Emulator
Original line-up
Tommy Newton Producer, Engineering
Tommy Hansen Engineering, Mixing, Producer
Uwe Karczewski (R.I.P. 2021) Cover art
Masa Itoh Liner notes
Kai Hansen Cover concept
Edda Karczewski Cover art
Jürgen Müller Photography
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Housed in gatefold sleeve.

Tracks 1, 2, 4, 6, 7 by Hansen
Track 3 by Kiske
Track 5 by Weikath
Track 8 by Hansen/Weikath

Certain versions of the album have "Judas" as an unlisted track that sits between "A Tale That Wasn't Right" and "Future World".

A music video was made for the song "Halloween", however edited down to just over 5 minutes.

Also released on blue transparent vinyl.

Reissued by Noise Records in 1993 with a bonus CD.

Starlight (Remix) is in fact the Michael Kiske version only with a different name.

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed at Horus Sound Studios, Hanover, Germany, Nov./Dec. 1986 & Jan.1987.

Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout Side A (stamped): N 0057-A , (etched): SNB
Matrix / Runout Side B (stamped): N 0057-B , (etched): SNB
Labelcode: LC 9066

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