Hey, what became of my head The beats in my heart, the jokes that I said? I guess all these false starts Of a puzzle you can't finish 'cause you're missing the best parts And don't you fear, I'm bringing you home Out of this pit where I left you alone In this horrible mess that I made But I guess that's what you get When you're not paying attention. So baby, welcome back to the man you've been missing Baby, welcome back to confusing, perplexing. We all go up in flames, going out in style And Heaven help.
Through the Fire and Flames" was recorded by DragonForce in 2005 and was released on January 9th of following year by Roadrunner Records as part of the album Inhuman Rampage. The single of "Through the Fire and Flames" was released on August 3rd, 2006. A video version of the song, slightly shorter than the original, was uploaded to YouTube on December 26, 2006, and has since gained nearly 70 million views. The most popular video of the song being played on Guitar Hero is of nine year old gaining a 95% completion of the song The song has also been covered many different times by different YouTube users on many different instruments and sound remixes.
Through the Fire and Flames" is a song by English power metal band DragonForce. The song is acclaimed as the most successful song by the band. The song peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Canadian Hot 100 in 2008.
It was lead single Through The Fire And The Flames, however, that introduced a whole new audience – most notably a whole bunch of Guitar Hero III gamers – to the UK squad’s power anthems, weird noises and demented solos. Guitarist Herman Li remembers the track that made the band a household name. People got pretty confused by the intro. When we first started playing that song live we didn’t have any acoustic guitars, so we told the keyboard player to play the acoustic bit on the keyboard
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In flames of death's eternal reign we ride towards the fight. When the darkness has fallen down and the times are tough alright. The sound of evil laughter falls around the world tonight. Fighting hard fighting on for the steel through the wastelands evermore. The scattered souls will feel the hell bodies wasted on the shores. So far away we wait for the day. For the light source so wasted and gone. We feel the pain of a lifetime lost in a thousand days. Through the fire and the flames we carry on. As the red day is dawning and the lightning cracks the sky. They'll raise their hands to the heavens above with resentment to their eyes.
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|A||The Fire Of Two Old Flames
Written-By – Max D. Barnes, Troy Seals
Written-By – Alan Rush, Dennis Linde
- Manufactured By – Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records
- Record Company – Warner Communications Inc.
- Published By – Irving Music, Inc.
- Published By – Combine Music Corp.
- Published By – Down 'N Dixie Music
- Pressed By – Allied Record Company
- Producer – Jimmy Bowen
NotesFrom The Album "In Our Room".
FOR RADIO STATION USE ONLY.
Side A published by Irving Music, Inc. and Down 'N Dixie Music.
Side B published by Combine Music Corp.
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- Other: (AR)
- Rights Society: BMI
|E-46582||Roy Head||The Fire Of Two Old Flames / Under Suspicion (7", Single)||Elektra||E-46582||US||1979|
|E-46582||Roy Head||The Fire Of Two Old Flames / Under Suspicion (7", Single, Promo)||Elektra||E-46582||US||1979|