Helloween - Gambling with the Devil mp3 album

57:33
Helloween - Gambling with the Devil mp3 album
Heavy Metal,Power Metal,Hard Rock,Progressive Metal
  • Performer:
    Helloween
  • Title:
    Gambling with the Devil
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Heavy Metal,Power Metal,Hard Rock,Progressive Metal
  • Date of release:
  • Duration:
    57:33
  • Recording Location:
    Mi Sueno Studios, Tenerife, Spain
Helloween - Gambling with the Devil mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1942 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1977 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1217 mb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    121
  • Formats:
    MPC WMA AA MP4 ASF AC3

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Crack the Riddle Helloween 0:57
2 Kill It Helloween 4:13
3 The Saints Helloween 7:06
4 As Long as I Fall Helloween 3:41
5 Paint a New World Helloween 4:27
6 Final Fortune Helloween 4:46
7 The Bells of the 7 Hells Helloween 5:22
8 Fallen to Pieces Helloween 5:52
9 I.M.E. Helloween 3:46
10 Can Do It Helloween 4:30
11 Dreambound Helloween 5:57
12 Heaven Tells No Lies Helloween 6:56

Credits

Charly Bauerfeind - Direction, Producer
Andi Deris - Vocals
Sascha Gerstner - Guitar
Markus Grosskopf - Bass
Helloween - Primary Artist
Michael Weikath - Guitar



Not-the-Same
Sometimes a review is so wrong that people should be chanting "BOLLOCKS" at the writer. This album is the return of a band who had definitely forgot who they were. Songs like the masterful metal "The Bells Of The Seven Hells", "I.M.E." and "Kill It" show that Andi's vocals are a perfect fit for the band and his spot as lead vocalist is cemented. Overall this album has more to like than dislike and if you like power metal then here is a dynamic fist punching albums worth.
Zugar
Just a word to say that I found an Allmusic review with 3 stars, and another one with four stars for this album. The first one appeared without logged in, the other one when I logged in. Did I tell Allmusic site s**** ? Anyway for the 3 stars review, the guy hang Helloween to heavy metal, pretending Keeper was the good times, hanging up to the past, pretending the Kiske/Hansen era was the best. Look at what Hansen as done from there. Just copying himself and others like Queen, Judas Priest and so on, turning around and around. You can't ask a band to do what they did. Or listen to Def Leppard, maybe. Man, your review show you as clearly outdated, you live in another world not seeing that this album, as David Marshall says, is the return, the real return of a band that suffered and tried hard to be back. They succeeded with this album. For years now, Helloween has succeeded to create "metal pop songs" that just are loud and heavy and speed, but never compromising with melody. The Helloween touch is always there, the guitar duets are always there. I think this is the beginning of the fourth era (first is the good Kiske, second is the bad Kiske, third is the Deris arrival, fourth is the Deris maturity, maybe there's new era coming with the Pumpkins…) of a band that just touch the skies. Deris may not be the best singer of the world but he just fits the band and make it live again, he has a real nice voice and is very talented. As many bands, Helloween has changed, and has lost, and came back for the best, I think. My favorites songs here are Listen to the flies and Nothing to say (with reggae bridge, really cool).