In Flames - The Jester Race ~ Black-Ash Inheritance download mp3 album
Tracks 1 to 10 The Jester Race Tracks 11 to 14 Black-Ash Inheritance. this compilation was originally released in 2002. Recorded and mixed at Studio Fredman November 1995. Additonal mastering at Bohus Mastering. Tracks 15 & 16 taken from Live at Sticky Fingers/Used & Abused In Live We Trust. c) & (p) 2014 Century Media Records Ltd. under exclusive license from IF Music. Manufactured in Germany.
8 Dead God In Me. 9 Goliaths Disarm Their Davids. Еще альбомы In Flames.
The Jester Race Lyrics. Rush faster on the one-way lane The answers so silent. Rusty gods in their machine-mind armours Grind our souls in the millstone of time The deathbed harvest is a dead man's banquet Of mold ridden bread and black, poisoned wine. And we go Our steps so silent And we go Our blooded trace The Jester Race. Calling out to the gathered masses Their answers so silent Their answers so silent. Embracing the tools of the neo-wolf age That speak of silence and silence alone
Album Name The Jester Race. Erscheinungsdatum 20 März 1996. Labels Nuclear Blast.
In Flames- The Jester Race/Black Ash Inheritance. one of the best melodic death metal bands. Although they may have gotten worse over the years, this CD represents one of the times they were at their peak. Combining melody with crunching guitars, amazing lyrics that make you think, and Gothenburg style death metal vocals, In Flames proved that they could structure their songs well, especially in comparison to their first, Lunar Strain (a great CD, but sounding as if many of the parts were simply put together without any thought. I'll go through each of the songs. 7. The Jester Race: Another one of the best songs on the album. Using some delay and clean guitars at the beginning creates a kind of creepy riff. It then goes into the verse, and let me say that the lyrics in this song are the best I've ever heard.
The Jester Race is the second studio album by melodic death metal band In Flames. It is the first album to feature Anders Fridén as the band's vocalist and Björn Gelotte as the drummer. A video for the song "Artifacts of the Black Rain" was also released. It was also the first album to feature the Jester Head, the band's mascot. After releasing The Jester Race, the band then toured with Samael, Grip Inc. and Kreator.
Whoracle is the third album by Swedish melodic death metal band In Flames. The album was released through Nuclear Blast on 27 October 1997. Apart from "Everything Counts", which is a cover of a Depeche Mode song, all songs were composed and arranged by In Flames. The lyrics were translated by Dark Tranquillity guitarist Niklas Sundin, after Anders Fridén had written them in Swedish. Whoracle is the final album to have Johan Larsson & Glenn Ljungström.
The Jester Race/Black-Ash Inheritance. CD - Nuclear Blast 616CD). For those who missed either/or the first time around, this release offers greater incentive to discover this seminal Swedish heavy metal band.
Album descriptions on Last.
|The Jester Race|
|2||The Jester's Dance|
|3||Artifacts Of The Black Rain|
|7||The Jester Race|
|10||Dead God In Me|
|11||Goliaths Disarm Their Davids|
|14||Behind Space ~ Live|
- Pressed By – Sony DADC – DIDX-114170
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 727361 66162 5
- Matrix / Runout: DIDX-114170 1
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 50EE
- Label Code: LC 07027
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|MZR CD 698||In Flames||The Jester Race + Black-Ash Inheritance (CD, Comp, S/Edition, Dig)||Mazzar Records||MZR CD 698||Russia||2015|
|NB 616-2||In Flames||The Jester Race ~ Black-Ash Inheritance (CD, Comp, Dig)||Nuclear Blast, Platinum||NB 616-2||Thailand||2002|
|55616-2||In Flames||The Jester Race ~ Black-Ash Inheritance (CD, Comp)||Nuclear Blast||55616-2||Brazil||2002|
|NB 2204-2, 27361 22042||In Flames||The Jester Race ~ Black-Ash Inheritance (CD, Comp, RE, Sup)||Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast||NB 2204-2, 27361 22042||Europe||2008|