Annihilator – Set The World On Fire LP levy

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Label: Music On Vinyl – MOVLP3066, Roadrunner Records – none

Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo
Country: Europe
Released: Jul 29, 2022
Genre: Rock
Style: Heavy Metal, Thrash

Kunto: Uusi (Mint)

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A1 Set The World On Fire
Lyrics By – Coburn Pharr, Jeff Waters
Music By – Jeff Waters
A2 No Zone
Lyrics By – Jeff Waters
Music By – Jeff Waters, Ray Harlmann*, Wayne Darley
A3 Bats In The Belfry
Lyrics By – Coburn Pharr, Jeff Waters
Music By – Jeff Waters, Ray Harlmann*
A4 Snake In The Grass
Lyrics By, Music By – Jeff Waters
A5 Phoenix Rising
Lyrics By – Ralph Murphy
Music By – Jeff Waters
B1 Knight Jumps Queen
Lyrics By, Music By – Jeff Waters
B2 Sounds Good To Me
Lyrics By, Music By – Jeff Waters
B3 The Edge
Lyrics By – Ralph Murphy
Music By – Jeff Waters
B4 Don't Bother Me
Lyrics By – Coburn Pharr, Jeff Waters
Music By – Jeff Waters, Neil Goldberg (2)
B5 Brain Dance
Lyrics By – Coburn Pharr, Jeff Waters
Music By – Jeff Water

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Set_the_World_on_Fire_(Annihilator_album)

et the World on Fire is the third studio album by Canadian heavy metal band Annihilator, released on May 4, 1993[1] by Roadrunner and Epic Records. The album received mixed reviews, toning down the thrash elements of Alice in Hell and Never, Neverland in favor of a more radio friendly sound. The title track, "Knight Jumps Queen", and "Brain Dance" are still setlist regulars, becoming fan favourites years after the release of the album.

The album was successful in Europe (charting at No. 79 in the German charts) and Asia (charting at No. 47 in Japan) but failed to break America – leading to the band (along with many others) being dropped from Roadrunner in 1993. Bassist Wayne Darley left the band shortly after, as he was not able to enter Japan on tour in support of the album. The album was reissued in 2009.[5]

et the World on Fire is the third studio album by Canadian heavy metal band Annihilator, released on May 4, 1993[1] by Roadrunner and Epic Records. The album received mixed reviews, toning down the thrash elements of Alice in Hell and Never, Neverland in favor of a more radio friendly sound. The title track, "Knight Jumps Queen", and "Brain Dance" are still setlist regulars, becoming fan favourites years after the release of the album.

The album was successful in Europe (charting at No. 79 in the German charts) and Asia (charting at No. 47 in Japan) but failed to break America – leading to the band (along with many others) being dropped from Roadrunner in 1993. Bassist Wayne Darley left the band shortly after, as he was not able to enter Japan on tour in support of the album. The album was reissued in 2009.[5]


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