Crimson Glory - Crimson Glory


8.8 | 202 votes |
Release date: 1986
Style: Progressive heavy metal

Owners:

198 have it
28 want it


01. Valhalla
02. Dragon Lady
03. Heart Of Steel
04. Azrael
05. Mayday
06. Queen Of The Masquerade
07. Angels Of War
08. Lost Reflection
09. Dream Dancer [Re-release bonus]

Top 20 albums of 1986: 6
Top 200 albums of all time: 171

Additional info
Reissued on CD in 2001.
Dream Dancer taken from 'Dream Dancer' single in 1988.

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Comments

Comments: 6   Visited by: 318 users
08.02.2013 - 02:54
Lit.
Account deleted
I'm not sure but I think I might prefer this one over Transcendence. Still undecided, but both are amazing. Dragon Lady, Azrael and Queen of the Masquerade are my favorite CG songs.
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19.03.2018 - 23:39
Rating: 8
Redel
Great debut. Overall more or less at par with its successor, I would say.
Azrael clearly stands out here and is my favourite CG song.
Dragon lady, Queen, and dream dancer are also highlights.
Unfortunately, their first two albums are the only relevant outcome from them.
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28.04.2018 - 14:06
Rating: 8
Mountain King
K i K o
A little overrated but definitely worth the listen. Also the production annoys me.
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03.05.2020 - 02:36
Rating: 10
mikeprado30
Amazing album! Enjoyed so much with it. And loved its production sounding so 80ish.
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BARDS WE ARE, BARDS WE WILL BE!
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03.05.2020 - 02:56
Rating: 10
Metal Rambo
One of my favorite albums of all time, I don't think anyone has done metal exactly like these guys did here and on Transcendence. I especially dig the production on this album, the melodic bass lines sound ridiculously awesome.
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Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.
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30.07.2020 - 10:03
Rating: 9
Jope of Steele
Definitely an impressive debut with many a strong song, and even the bonus song is magnificent. I read some article about the band some years ago which was praising the singer (Midnight) a lot -- I suppose it wasn't long after his death when it was written -- and I agree that these are some of the best vocals from someone, of who afaik, not so many people have heard about and who performed only on a few records. I enjoy pretty much all the songs and I agree those songs mentioned on above comments as stand outs, Dragon Lady and Azrael having most potential as favorites.

The album reminds me for some reason of another album from 86, Somewhere In Time by IM; not quite the same genre but the audio sounds very similar to me.
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