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King Diamond - Abigail II: The Revenge Album
King Diamond - Abigail II: The Revenge Album
Performer: King Diamond
Title: Abigail II: The Revenge
Label: Metal Blade Records
Country: Germany
Released: 2012
Style: Heavy Metal
Cat: 3984-14379-1
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2955 mb | MP3 size: 1593 mb | WMA size: 2875 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Sorry Dear0:54
2More Than Pain2:52
3Mommy6:27
4The Wheelchair5:19
5Broken Glass4:13
6The Crypt4:11
7Little One
Vocals [Additional] – Alyssa Biesenberger
4:32
8The Storm4:22
9Slippery Stairs5:10
10Mansion In Sorrow3:36
11Spirits4:58
12Spare This Life1:44
13Miriam5:10

Credits

  • BassHal Patino
  • DrumsMatt Thompson
  • EngineerKol Marshall
  • Engineer [2nd], Edited By [Digital Editing]J.T. Longoria
  • GuitarAndy LaRocque, Mike Wead
  • Keyboards, Strings, HarpsichordAndy LaRocque, King Diamond , Kol Marshall
  • Mixed By, Mastered ByKing Diamond , Kol Marshall
  • ProducerAndy LaRocque, King Diamond , Kol Marshall
  • VocalsKing Diamond

Notes

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Nomad Recording Studio between may and september 2001.

Additional recordings at Los Angered Recording.

LImited to 200 copies on black / white splattered vinyl; contains a gatefold-cover.

Album

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