Running Wild - Black Hand Inn mp3 album
Black Hand Inn. Лицензиар. WMG (от лица компании "Sanctuary"); ASCAP, Warner Chappell, Bicycle Music Co. (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция. Riding the Storm - The Very Best of the Noise Years 1983-1995.
Black Hand Inn is the eighth studio album by German heavy metal band Running Wild, released on March 24, 1994 through Noise Records. It is a loose concept album about a resurrected man, against a backdrop of piracy, foreseeing Armageddon. The album's story starts with "The Curse", in which a man by the name of John Xenir (played by Rolf Kasparek) has been condemned to death for using forbidden powers and is burned at the stake to save his soul.
Ainda sim Running Wild é clássico, uma das minhas bandas favoritas. Long live to Rock N" Rolf e pra mim o que nao é no nivel do Running Wild é o Shadowmaker, nesse o Rolf pisou na bola e mesmo assim ainda tem umas duas ou tres musicas boas nesse CD. 9 months ago. Até o The Rivalry pra mim lançou.
Band Name Running Wild. Album Name Black Hand Inn. Type Album. Released date 24 March 1994. Labels Noise International. Members owning this album183. 2. Black Hand Inn. 04:32.
Black Hand Inn (1994) by Running Wild. Labels: Noise Records. Genres: Heavy Metal, Power Metal Members: Rolf Kasparek, Thilo Hermann, Thomas Smuszynski, Jorg Michael.
Running Wild - The Privateer 4:24. Running Wild - Black Hand Inn 4:32. Running Wild - Genesis (The Making And The Fall Of Man) 15:22. Killian600, drobowik, Myriad, Renny66, choan, hatfulofelt, Osmi Putnik, collins999, Aggressive. Konstant, MadMax2, Lejnar.
And so Running Wild was born anew. Jump forward 7 years, and we have Black Hand Inn, the 8th release by the band, and their 6th pirate metal album. By this time, the formula has been perfected, the trimmings are polished and the contents are full of untold treasures and gold doubloons. The album is loosely based around the story of an old sea dog sentenced to burn for witchcraft, but who rises again. As such, the album opens with the obligatory spoken intro The Curse, which contains the overwrought theatrics we've come to know and love of bands who do their own voice acting