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Dark Empire - Armageddon & Other Short Stories album flac

Performer: Dark Empire
Genre: Electronic / Pop
Title: Armageddon & Other Short Stories
Released: 1991
Style: Darkwave
FLAC version ZIP size: 1104 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1717 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1184 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 458

Armageddon was the only album released by British/American progressive rock group Armageddon in 1975. It features vocalist Keith Relf of The Yardbirds and Renaissance; Martin Pugh, lead guitarist for Rod Stewart's An Old Raincoat Won't Ever Let You Down and Steamhammer; Bobby Caldwell, drummer for Captain Beyond and Johnny Winter; and Louis Cennamo who was the bass player and bandmate of Relf's in Renaissance and Pugh's in Steamhammer.

1 The Awaking (Unfolds). Dark Empire is: Phil Turner (artistic realization, effects, synths, vocals, keyboards) Bill Jones (guitar, vocals). tracks 1-8 & 14 originally issued as "Future Memories" c 1984 track 6 appeared on lp Hawkfan 12.

Armageddon is the third studio album and fourth album overall by Canadian rock band Prism. It was released in 1979 on Canadian record label GRT. It achieved double platinum status in Canada (in excess of 200,000 units sold). Armageddon is notable for several reasons. Bruce Fairbairn received the Canadian music industry 1980 Juno Award for Producer of the Year for the album. Band leader and Lindsay Mitchell received the SOCAN Song of the Year award for "Night to Remember"

Dark Empire was a series of comic books written by Tom Veitch and illustrated by Cam Kennedy. They were originally released by Dark Horse Comics between December 1991 and October 1992 as a 6-issue bi-monthly series, which were later compiled and sold as trade paperback. The name generally applies to both the original Dark Empire, as well as its two sequels Dark Empire II and Empire's End. All three comic series detailed the resurrection of Emperor Palpatine in clone bodies.

In Star Wars: Dark Empire, the Rebel Alliance once again fought and. " and that got annoying by the end, but the story itself is all right.

Liner Notes – Dominic Fripp. Released in the US by Never Records 1997.

Two stories caught my eye. Firstly, Cryptic Comet – as well as revealing Solium Infernum – announced their next free content patch for Armageddon Empires. The innuendo-provoking Tip Of The Spear is primarily about increasing the utility of infantry troops through new advanced training cards. It's due on the 17th of July, the anniversary of the game's release.

A would-be blockbuster soundtrack for a would-be blockbuster, Armageddon is a strange album, as far as carefully tailored soundtracks go. Sometime during production, Columbia evidently bet that Aerosmith, whom they recently acquired for millions of dollars, would be a big draw. That was before Nine Lives bombed and the group lost much of their teen following.

DARK EMPIRE is a power metal music artist. There are a lot of different things going into the Dark Empire formula in other words, and it works very well for them. The main style here is power metal though. Thrash comes in a lot of places but it’s rare that a track feels thrash dominant. So to cut a long story short this is in no way a typical power metal album, yet it still does have all the elements needed for a typical power metal album. That’s quite the achievement really.


1 The Awaking (Unfolds) 3:40
2 Strolling (Unawarness) 1:52
3 Mist (Of Time) 1:40
4 Hero (Of The Torld) 5:45
5 Victory (Is Near) 9:20
6 The Human Race (Survives) 5:10
7 Aftermath (Of The Holocaust) 5:00
8 Space Age Mariners (From Atlantis) 5:43
9 Journey's End 8:14
10 Bedspread In The River 6:32
11 Sequence 6:08
12 Nightlands 2:16
13 This Hollow Land 5:07
14 The Profits Of Employment 6:00


Dark Empire is:
Phil Turner
(artistic realization, effects, synths, vocals, keyboards)
Bill Jones
(guitar, vocals)
tracks 1-8 & 14 originally issued as "Future Memories" c 1984
track 6 appeared on lp Hawkfan 12