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Fates Warning - The Spectre Within flac album
  • Performer: Fates Warning
  • Title: The Spectre Within
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Heavy Metal,Progressive Metal
  • Date of release: 1985
  • MP3 size: 1624 mb
  • FLAC size 1106 mb
  • Formats VQF TTA AAC RA XM FLAC
  • Duration: 48:15

The Spectre Within . 1985. Progressive Heavy Metal. 7. /10. 1. Traveler In Time. Segments of my life flash through my mind Things never seen. It must be fate warning me for now The walls are closing in. Rosary in Hand, Lost grain of sand. Here I go I start to fall again. Try to scream I'm mute it is the End of my last fall. To the land of nevermore Shatter her glass I woke on the floor. Isolation freezes my life, coldness grips my heart Trapped within a world, a world apart. Desolate am I, a tempest raging silently.

Fates Warning discography (main). lt; Night on Bröcken (1984). Awaken the Guardian (1986). Fates Warning discography (all).

The Spectre Within is the second studio album by progressive metal band Fates Warning, released in October 1985 through Metal Blade Records.

But Fates Warning surpassed them with this album. The Spectre Within differs quite a bit from its immediate counterparts in the Fates Warning discography – this record is a huge step from Night on Brocken, in terms of both quality and identity, in that while the band retain a huge amount of influences from those bands I listed (and of course Black Sabbath), they have more of a distinctive identity than beforehand

The Spectre Within by Fates Warning, released 15 October 1985 1. Traveler in Time 2. Orphan Gypsy 3. Without a Trace 4. Pirates of the Underground 5. The Apparition 6. Kyrie Eleison 7. Epitaph 8. Radio Underground (Live Underground) 9. The Apparition (Rehearsal 1985) 10. Kyrie Eleison (Demo 1985) 11. Epitaph (Demo 1985). Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Arranged By – Fates Warning. Band, Bass – Joe Dibiase. Band, Drums – Steve Zimmerman (3). Band, Lead Guitar – Jim Matheos, Victor Arduini. Band, Vocals – John Arch. Engineer – Bill "The Gill" Metoyer. Engineer – Carmine Rizzo. Keyboards, Arranged By, Performer – Jim Arch. Photography By – Don Adkins, Jr. Producer – Brian Slagel, Fates Warning. Remastered By – Brad Vance. Sleeve Notes – Boris Kaiser. The Spectre Within ‎(LP, Album).

Album · 1984 · 11 Songs. The Spectre Within (Remastered) Fates Warning. Listen on Apple Music.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Traveler in Time John Arch / Jim Matheos Fates Warning 7:10
2 Orphan Gypsy John Arch Fates Warning 5:59
3 Without a Trace John Arch Fates Warning 4:49
4 Pirates of the Underground John Arch / Jim Matheos Fates Warning 7:07
5 Apparition John Arch / Jim Matheos Fates Warning 5:50
6 Kyrie Eleison John Arch / Jim Matheos Fates Warning 5:24
7 Epitaph Fates Warning 11:56

Credits:

Don Adkins Jr. - Photography
Jim Arch - Keyboards
John Arch - Composer, Vocals
Victor Arduini - Guitar
Joe DiBiase - Bass
Fates Warning - Primary Artist
Jim Matheos - Composer, Guitar
Bill Metoyer - Engineer
Carmen Rizzo - Assistant Engineer
Eddy Schyreyer - Remastering
Brian Slagel - Producer
Brian Slagle - Producer
Ioannis Vassilopoulos - Cover Art
Steve Zimmerman - Drums
Comments: (1)
Faugami
The Spectre Within has been considered as Fates Warning's first album that includes some Progressive Rock elements: if it is, then also Iron Maiden can be considered a Progressive Metal band. Granted, they're both, for similar and different reasons: similar because they are faceless rockish bands who desperately climb the extremely tall mountain of public notion (for some reason, the seconds did it, and the firsts were cast down and condemned to be a cult act), different because Fates Warning are in general more consistent: if a Fates Warning album is enjoyable, it's always moderately, and never because there are great highlights slapped together with duds. If a Fates Warning album is bad, it's because all tracks are duds.The only thing that may irritate some and lower their appreciations of The Spectre Within is obviously John Arch's vocal performance, clearly invigorated by countless hours of Bruce Dickinson karaoke sessions. Although the album as a whole is moderately better than Night on Brocken, it's more because of the band's tendency to wallow into tripping pseudo-marches than because of true consistence and solid production (similar to the debut). For the rest, the album can serve as an ideal introduction to the band, though many water has to pass under the bridges until it can be like it. The melodies are pretty weak and they keep on shifting without an acceptable reason, and Arch can’t find a single hook to sing. Besides, Jim Matheos had still a lot to learn about songwriting (and, in many ways, he still has).When considering that Fates Warning’s career would have been characterized by very few memorable moments and the constant use of faceless vocalists for singers, The Spectre Within can be considered as an average Fates Warning album… and an average Iron Maiden one also. One is the off-shot of the other, coming to replicate their defects and their very few privileges. One or another.Highlights: ”Traveler in Time”, “The Apparition”.
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