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Titanic

Maiden Voyage

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Category: CCM Heavy Metal
Year: 2000
Label: Magdalene Records
Catalog Number: M8D-1041
Rating: 8.50 out of 10. (13 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Simon K. Tyler vocals
Bill Menchen guitar
Ray Kilsdonk bass
Tim Palmatier drums

Originally released on CD in 1995. Bonus tracks only available on the 2000 reissue.
Tracks
1.  Nightmare  3:07
2.  You've Got Nothing on Me  3:39
3.  Gods of War  3:30
4.  And the Dead Shall Rise  3:17
5.  Ocean of Blood  2:32
6.  Hollywood Blvd  2:35
7.  I Don't Believe  3:21
8.  Fight Back  2:58
9.  I Am Watching You  3:34
10.  Freak Show  3:50
11.  Don't Care bonud track  3:01
12.  Freak Show bonus track  3:52
13.  Suicide Doctor bonus track  3:43
  
Total Running Time:  42:59

Existing comments about this CD

From: Tom   (IP unknown) Date: March 26, 2002 at 2:19
Wow. This CD was different, but still unmistakably melodic heavy metal. There's a snarl to many of the vocals/lyrics. In fact, for sensitive listeners, there's even some profanity (there's a "hell no" in one song, and the phrase "life's a bitch" is implied in another). Not sure why they felt okay with that, but be aware of it. The music is kick butt, no doubt. It rocks! I like the words to I Don't Believe. The best way to describe this record is BIG GUITARS.
From: Cephas   (IP unknown) Date: January 30, 2003 at 19:05
I'm not so sure this band is Christian: Read the liners and their explanation of each song. That having been said; they play straightforward Power Metal with some mega-hooks. Jesus is alluded to in "You've Got Nothing on Me." "I Don't Believe" outlines the band's beliefs: They don't believe in gun control. (Well now) They don't believe in Santa Claus. (Okay, now we're beyond cheese and into lame.) Robert Sweet makes an appearance as "visual timekeeper"--showing he's completely lost his touch.
From: Fat Freddy   (IP unknown) Date: March 22, 2003 at 20:37
Even tho this has been out for awhile I just picked it up (better late than never, eh? RadRockers had it on the cheap so I took a chance!) and I enjoyed it. I wonder how "Christian" these guys are 'cos I don't hear a lot of spiritual or religious messages in the lyrics, but other than that this is a solid metal album. I especially like "Gods of War" and "The Dead Shall Rise." For fans of old Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, or Barren Cross. This is 80s style metal all the way.
From: Fat Freddy   (IP unknown) Date: March 22, 2003 at 20:38
It's me again... I was running out of space in my last post. Has anyone here heard the new Titanic album, SCREAMING IN SILENCE, and if so, is it worth checking out?
From: MetalGeek   (IP unknown) Date: July 26, 2003 at 10:57
This band's section needs to be updated with their new album, Screaming In Silence, added... it's a pretty good record, sounds like classic Judas Priest, guitars are even bigger on the new one than they were on Maiden Voyage. Well worth checking out.
From: Randy   (IP unknown) Date: May 12, 2004 at 2:56
Should not comprimise with cussing in songs you must be born again to be saved
From: drummer   (IP unknown) Date: June 2, 2004 at 1:05
yup, cussing in christian bands is a big no-no but it got your attention right? although i personally disagree with the "lyrical license" taken on the cd... the subject of many of these songs is more offensive to some people. thought you'd like to know.
From: Brandon   (IP unknown) Date: June 6, 2004 at 15:55
An awesome Metal album, one of my all time favorites. I currently run the Titanic website www3.sympatico.ca/houseofmetal/titanic and let me say, Yes they are Christian, although they didn't want their lyrics to sound preachy. If you love Classic Metal with slamming guitars and great vocalist, this album is for you.
From: finalstagemetal   (---.dsl.bell.ca) Date: August 4, 2013 at 0:42
This disc was a big influence and I had a fun time recording a cover of Gods of War on Final Stage's "Through the Mirror."

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