Devil Doll - The Girl Who Was... Death download album
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Maybe you don't know my face But well you know my name - My name is death" Dressed in white, smiling The girl who was death And loved me so much Desiring to bring me back to her The only way out To no purpose. Why are they trying To kill me?" "Because they don't know You are already Dead!"
Devil Doll - Masters of the dark arts! "The Girl Who Was. Death" is a wonderfully theatrical piece of dark, often foreboding music inspired by the 1960's TV series "The Prisoner" (starring Patrick McGoohan). Mr. Doctor's unusual vocals, backed by the rest of Devil Doll, with 1st & 2nd violins and the Devil Chorus choir makes for really interesting listening by a group with a unique sound. The album was released in 1989. Devil Doll is different from anything I�ve ever heard before even though their music consists of many known elements from various genres. I hear both goth rock, soundtrack horror movie themes, Classical music, a bit of heavy rock and also Cabaret style pieces. Death is one long song. The time in my display says 66:06 minutes but there are really only 38:48 minutes of music before about 25 minutes of silence and then about 2:00 minutes of sound again.
Album (Studio full-length). Progressive Rock, Symphonic Prog Death (66:06) Death Lyrics. Maybe You Don't Know My Face, But Well You Know My Name -My Name Is Death" Dressed In White, Smiling, The Girl Who Was Death, And Loved Me So Much, Desiring To Bring Me Back To Her, The Only Way Out. To No Purpose. Why Are They Trying To Kill Me?"
Band Name Devil Doll Death. Released date 24 March 1989. Labels Hurdy Gurdy Records. Music StyleProgressive Metal. Members owning this album6. Other productions from Devil Doll. The Sacrilege of Fatal Arms.
Devil Doll - The Sacrilege Of Fatal Arms. Devil Doll - Sacrilegium. Devil Doll - Eliogabalus Death. Vietah - Czornaja ćviĺ. segunda-feira, 5 de outubro de 2015 Death. Banda, Band: Devil Doll Death.
Release date: March 24th, 1989. European Releases: (Boxed Set LP: Original 1989 pressing with & and &.
NotesOriginal edition with "Intro" and "Outro".
Limited to 500 copies (150 distributed at live show, remaining 350 destroyed).
Comes in gatefold cover sleeve and with printed inner sleeve. Every copy include various completely unique inserts, mostly hand made.
|HG 1||Devil Doll||The Girl Who Was... Death (CD, Album, 1st)||Hurdy Gurdy Records||HG 1||Italy||1989|
|hg-1, HG 1||Devil Doll||The Girl Who Was... Death (CD, Album, 2nd)||Hurdy Gurdy Records, Hurdy Gurdy Records||hg-1, HG 1||Italy||Unknown|
|MAR 95101||Devil Doll||The Girl Who Was... Death (CD, Album, RE)||Marquee||MAR 95101||Japan||Unknown|
|hg-1||Devil Doll||The Girl Who Was... Death (CD, Album, RE)||Hurdy Gurdy Records||hg-1||Italy||Unknown|
|HG-1/RE||Devil Doll||The Girl Who Was... Death (LP, Album, Club, Ltd, RM)||Hurdy Gurdy Records||HG-1/RE||Italy||1993|