Keeper of the seven keys Part I

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GenrePower Metal
Media formatLP
Media PackagingStandard
Available since 16.10.2015
Product code318638

Released as 180g pressing on black vinyl.

Helloween reached a whole new level in 1986. The release of "Keeper of the seven keys Part I" contributed significantly to the band becoming an important part of the metal scene. "Keeper of the seven keys Part I" provides the perfect balance between melody and speed metal. Since then many have tried to copy Helloween, but only few have succeeded.

  • 1Initiation
  • 2I'm Alive
  • 3A Little Time
  • 4Twilight Of The Gods
  • 5A Tale That Wasn't Right
  • 6Future World
  • 7Halloween
  • 8Follow The Sign

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Written on: 29.05.2017

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Helloween at the top of their game

Keeper of the Seven Keys (part 1) is part of one of metal's great enduring works. Helloween burst onto the scene a couple of years earlier with their Mini LP and Walls of Jericho albums, but with the addition of vocalist Michael Kiske for this album, they moved from four to five piece and rounded out their sound and redefined their identity as a band. Listen to this and Part II, their best albums of their entire career.

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Written on: 11.12.2016

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Classic 80`s Power metal

An album that capitulated Helloween briefly into the big time in the late eighties and remains their greatest album. Quite different from their debut thrash album Walls of Jericho, this is more restrained with a few nods to Iron Maiden. Very melodic twin guitar power metal with many highlights - notably Future World and the incredible 13 minute Halloween. This and it`s follow up remain the pinnacle of a topsy turvy career for the band.

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