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Release date: 1989
Style: Progressive Symphonic rock


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01. The Girl Who Was... Death

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500 copies of this album were originally pressed but there have been released only 150 copies of this album. Some of these inlays were written in Mr. Doctor's own blood. Other 350 copies were destroyed by Mr. Doctor once he returned home.

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Do you happen to like Progressive Rock? Or maybe Symphonic Rock? What about Gothic Rock then? Okay, I guess you probably enjoy music from horror films too? Did you answer "yes" on all four questions? Great, then here's an album for you! Or maybe I should say song? That's right. The album only has one single song. 66.06 minutes long! Isn't that the most metal thing you've ever heard? But Mr. Doctor (the artist and front man of this band) is actually cheating, I'll come back to that later.

published 04.09.2008 | Comments (16)

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