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Jerusalem

Classics 3

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Category: Rock/Hard Rock
Year: 1995
Label: Fruit Records (Sweden)
Catalog Number: FRCD 55011
Rating: 8.90 out of 10. (5 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Ulf Christiansson guitar, lead vocals
Peter Carlsohn bass
Michael Ulfsgard drums
Dan Tibell keyboards
Reidar I Paulsen keyboards

Tracks 1-7 from "In His Majesty's Service" (1985)

Tracks 8-17 from "Dancing on the Head of the Serpent" (1988)
Tracks
1.  In His Majesty's Service  4:17
2.  From the Bottom of Our Heart  3:27
3.  Read Betweeen the Lines  5:17
4.  The Tide  6:00
5.  Can't Stop Us Now  3:40
6.  Time  6:00
7.  Man of the World  4:05
8.  Dancing on the Head of the Serpent  3:58
9.  Plunder Hell and Populate Heaven  3:56
10.  Rebels of Jesus Christ  3:49
11.  Listen to Me  4:30
12.  Woe,woe... The Great Fall  3:19
13.  We're Gonna Take Europe  3:33
14.  Come Higher  3:56
15.  Catch the Devil, Catch the Thief  4:30
16.  The Night When Revelation Came into My Life  4:45
17.  Still  3:50
  
Total Running Time:  72:52

Existing comments about this CD

From: David   (IP unknown) Date: April 17, 2004 at 14:26
Saw them live in Holland in 'Jaap Eden Hal' in Amsterdam. Great concert with 'The No Longer Music Band' as support. Catch the devil Live was so good also Plunder Hell, too bad they did't put it on record. They Rocked the hell out of the audience. Great experience great music.
From: Nick   (---.pool1.unallocated-111-0.orangehomedsl.co.uk) Date: March 17, 2009 at 11:54
In His Majesty's Service was their best album - excellent. Serpent a bit too commercial and poppy.

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