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Trilogy
     

Trilogy

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by Yngwie Malmsteen
 
Yngwie Malmsteen's second best album after Rising Force, Trilogy finds him delving wholeheartedly into fantastic, medieval themes and lyrical imagery. Yngwie's compositional skills are at their peak, and of all his albums, the lyrics here contribute the most to the overall feel of the music. The guitar solos, as always, are

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Yngwie Malmsteen's second best album after Rising Force, Trilogy finds him delving wholeheartedly into fantastic, medieval themes and lyrical imagery. Yngwie's compositional skills are at their peak, and of all his albums, the lyrics here contribute the most to the overall feel of the music. The guitar solos, as always, are jaw-droppingly fast and technically demanding, but Malmsteen is still capable of playing them with force and fire behind them. Highlights include "Dark Ages," "You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget," and the epic "Trilogy Suite Op:5."

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Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Fontana Polydor
UPC:
0042283107328
catalogNumber:
831073
Rank:
23475

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Trilogy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
The_Beastlord_Slavedragon More than 1 year ago
Master Malmsteen was never more well intoned as he was during Trilogy Suite Opus Five and Dark Ages o'er which the Slavedrgon has oft to offer up his burnt begrowlments as sacrifice unto his predecessor. See also I am a Viking and Soldier without Faith on Marching out. However as a strong contender scorching the reputation of Geoff Tate is the Metal Church and Beyond the Black. The Late David Wayne can never be duplicated, though many hath tried in attempt, as Neither can Master Vanderhoof upon this album and on Beyond the line of Death (The Dark) whereupon Satan is conjured up from beyond Hades and all lutiers down through the ages are smote and beputth to shame. Well done Sire!....next! The Beastlord Slavedragon he is oft to wail and bemoan the dire woebegottones under the ruler of this world
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
JJKING25 More than 1 year ago
PERFECT LIKE ALL MUSIC YNGWIE DOES