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Category: CCM Hard Rock
|Label: R.E.X. Records
Catalog Number: REX 41010-2
Ulf Christiansson guitar, lead vocals|
Michael Ulvsgard drums, backing vocals
Peter Carlsohn bass, backing vocals
Reidar Paulsen keyboards, backing vocals
|1. ||City on Fire ||5:43|
|2. ||Risen ||5:07|
|3. ||The Waiting Zone ||4:40|
|4. ||Umbrella ||5:36|
|5. ||Be There With You ||6:43|
|6. ||On the Road ||3:20|
|7. ||Likes Them ||4:11|
|8. ||Truth ||4:52|
|9. ||Face in the Crowd ||5:50|
|10. ||Tomorrow ||4:19|
|11. ||Berlin 38 (Next Year in Jerusalem) ||9:07|
|12. ||Soldier ||5:39|
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|Total Running Time:|| 65:07|
Existing comments about this CD
|From: Bob (IP unknown)
||Date: November 29, 2003 at 18:46|
|I liked the album, not as much as earlier records, but it does have a certain something about it. It's not a hard as earlier stuff either, but the sound remains Jerusalem. Despite its mellower touch it is still worth the buy.
|From: CHRI5 (IP unknown)
||Date: December 7, 2003 at 0:49|
|This Album was one of a kind. It got allot of playing time for me. Allot of varied emotion gone into it!!!
|From: Salomonkey (IP unknown)
||Date: June 11, 2004 at 21:26|
|This is a masterpiece, great album, every song are excellent. Jerusalem is a great band.
|From: Jay (IP unknown)
||Date: July 29, 2004 at 11:02|
|Even though Dancing on the Head of the Serpent is my favorite, this one strikes a high score from Jerusalem. With Ulf's thunderous vocal (like a combination of Lou Armstrong and Sammy Hagar) you can't go wrong.
|From: Bob (---.dyn.optonline.net)
||Date: October 21, 2004 at 21:53|
|Not a bad album, I was expecting something a little heavier though. All in all I think it is good, but I prefer older Jerusalem.
|From: illimey (---.195.popsite.net)
||Date: April 13, 2005 at 23:44|
|According to the liner notes this was basically recorded live in the studio. Why does the world ignore talent like this? I was honestly completely floored first time I played 'Prophet'. It is without doubt a classic - Christian, secular, rock, metal, aor, prog.; I don't care what you compare it with. Emotion, power, melody, talent, passion, fire... it has it all - and then some. A no-brainer. 10/10.
|From: Mark Langdahl (---.k80.webspeed.dk)
||Date: March 9, 2007 at 13:06|
|A true classic album that only makes me wonder why the two Swedish albums that they have put out after this are so uninteresting as they are. This is truly a masterpiece...
|From: Ritch (---.sctnpa.east.verizon.net)
||Date: May 25, 2007 at 20:57|
|My keyboard player turned me on to this album - I loved it from the first time I heard it. Sounds very much like early U2 in some spots, (but I don't consider that a bad thing) especially on 'City On Fire' & 'Risen'. There is an unbelieveably - sad, scarey, poignant, classic in 'Berlin 38 (Next Year in Jerusalem)'. A song about a family in the Holocaust, during the Nazi regime. This song sent chills up my spine. This album should be purchased for this song alone.
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