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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (8 août 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : CD, Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000GG4XD8
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Invitation
  2. Eagle Fly Free
  3. You Always Walk Alone
  4. Rise And Fall
  5. Dr. Stein
  6. We Got The Right
  7. March Of Time
  8. I Want Out
  9. Keeper Of The Seven Keys
  10. Save Us

Disque : 2

  1. Savage (B-Side Taken From Dr. Stein EP)
  2. Livin Ain't No Crime (B-Side Taken From Dr. Stein EP)
  3. Don't Run For Cover (B-Side Taken From I Want Out EP)
  4. Dr. Stein (Remix From Treasure Chest)
  5. Keeper Of The Seven Keys (Remix From Treasure Chest)

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KEEPER OF THE SEVEN KEYS PART 2


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C'est avec une grande joie que l'on ecoute cet album d'helloween : de superbes morceaux speed (eagles fly free, I want out), des moments droles (rise and fall, Dr stein) et la grand epopée de 13mn (keeper ...) font de cet album une clé de voute de tout le speed metal et consorts d'aujourd'hui.Tres bon tout simplement
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Par Un client le 16 janvier 2005
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Si vous cherchez le meilleur album de speed mélodique de tous les temps, ne cherchez plus c'est celui là! Alors si on écarte Keeper of the seven keys et le titre bonus, vous avez un album divin et ultra-mélodique qui joue de virtuosité et de talent. Alors certains diront que le premier Keeper est plus réussit que celui là, mais moi j'affirme que c'est le premier album d'Helloween vierge de toute influence: le groupe est enfin unique par son style! Vous pouvez achetez cet album sans crainte si vous êtes fan de speed mélodique ou même de Iron maiden, car c'est celui là le pilier du genre!
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Alors que Helloween avait déjà frappé un grand coup avec la première partie de "Keeper of the Seven Keys", le groupe enfonce le clou de manière magistrale avec ce second opus. Non seulement ce dernier vient parfaitement compléter la première partie mais il témoigne d'un groupe où chacun des membres est au sommet de sa forme et où l'alchimie est à son paroxysme. En témoignent les solos de guitare de Kai Hansen et Michael Weikath se répondant. En témoigne surtout un chanteur qui livre une prestation magistrale. Le tout au service d'un heavy metal "speed" mélodique aux compositions et refrains bétons. Du très très bon et sans aucun doute le meilleur d'Hellowen avec des brulôts tels que "Doctor Stein", "Rise and Fall" ou encore "Eagle Fly Free" qui deviendront des hymnes intemporels du groupe.
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Par cali le 25 janvier 2013
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j adore et ai achete ca en connaissant le contenu alors pour ceux qui aiment pas d hesitation on fonce
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HASH(0x93cacd2c) étoiles sur 5 All-time classic power metal album - finally remastered 15 janvier 2007
Par Justin G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
When you hear the term "power metal", or more specifically "European Power Metal", Helloween has to be one of the first bands that come to mind, largely due to the impact of this particular album (and its companion piece Keeper of the Seven Keys, Pt. 1). Both albums completely reestablished both the band's sound as well as the whole idea of what power metal was all about. This is due largely to Kai Hansen adopting a more epic approach to his songwriting (as opposed to the Judas Priest style thrashers on Walls of Jericho) as well as the addition of vocalist Michael Kiske, who brought a powerful yet melodic aspect to Helloween's sound.

I don't think the impact of the Keeper albums can be overstated. In the years since they were originally released, their sound has been adopted, adapted, and flat out imitated by countless bands. Without Helloween, there would be no Blind Guardian, no Rhapsody, no Edguy, at least not as we now know them. Listen to songs like Eagle Fly Free, I Want Out, Save Us, and the epic title track, and you hear the foundations for the next two decades of power metal. Heck, just about every song on this album has been covered countless times by a whole host of artists.

That said; why on earth has it taken 20 freaking years to get remastered versions of the Keeper albums? In an age where even the most recent bands keep reissuing their albums, we had to go way to long without a sonically improved Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II. Well, Sanctuary finally got around to the job in 2006, and they certainly did it right. In addition to digitally remastered sound, you get a second CD containing five bonus tracks. The Treasure Chest remixes of "Dr. Stein" and "Keeper of the Seven Keys" don't add much, but adding the b-sides "Savage," "Livin' Ain't No Crime" and "Don't Run For Cover" are great additions. You also get expanded liner notes by Metal Hammer's Dave Ling, photos, etc. plus a nifty slipcase for the disc.

This is what a remastered version of a classic album is supposed to look and sound like. If you're already a Helloween fan, it's time to replace your old version. If you're a power metal fan and for whatever reason haven't heard Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II, you need to order this album now. It truly belongs in every power metal fan's collection.
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HASH(0x93caf27c) étoiles sur 5 One of my favorite albums of all time 19 décembre 2005
Par mario - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Helloween's Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 2 is one of my favorite albums ever. This album just really flows my boat, combining a fierce duel-guitar attack, some great bass and drum work, and Michael Kiske's vocals, which are some of the best that I've ever heard.

Today, Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II is considered a model for power metal albums, and for a good reason. Simply put, the music in here is exellent. There are so many classic tunes in Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II.

Some of my favorites are Eagly Fly Free with it's nice uplifting feeling, Save Us, which is a fast tune with a nice chorus and great guitar solos, and March of Time, which has great lyrics and a very, very catchy chorus.

Then there is I Want Out, which has entered my pantheon of favorite songs ever. I Want Out is just such an awesome song. It starts out with very catchy riffs, has some very good and interesting lyrics, and has an anthemic chorus with great vocals. It's hard not to get the chills when you hear Michael Kiske screaming "live my life and to be FREEEEE!!" while the catchy riff is being played towards the end of the song. I hadn't been blown away as much by a song since the first time I heard Iron Maiden's The Trooper.

The other tracks are also great, which include You Always Walk Alone, Rise and Fall, Dr. Stein, We Got the Right, and especially the epic Keeper of the Seven Keys.

Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II is a great album. I'm a fan of understandable metal (metal without all the growling and screaming). Keepers Part II is a great album that will obviously appeal to power metal fans, but also fans of metal period. Keepers Part II is to power metal such as what Master of Puppets is to trash metal, it's just that good and important to the metal genre.
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HASH(0x93caf2d0) étoiles sur 5 An Absolute Metal Classic 9 août 1999
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Format: CD
This album is even better than KOTSK Pt. I and it features more of Michael Weikath's songwriting than on previous releases. The album couldn't have started better than with "Invitation\Eagle Fly Free". "Eagle Fly Free" is my second favourite Helloween song after "Gorgar". "Eagle Fly Free" is an absolute classic song, it really doesn't get much better. Other highlights on this album include "I Want Out", the zany "Dr. Stein", Michael Kiske's "We got the Right" and of course the epic 13 minute "Keeper of the Seven Keys". These are the highlights, but the rest of the album is not filler. There are no bad tracks on this one. The musicianship is incredible. Check out "Eagle Fly Free" which features a drum solo and a bass solo in addition to guitar solos. Michale Kiske's vocals are flawless and it never ceases to amaze me how he soars from note to note so effortlessly and accurately. In summary, this album is an absolute classic and anyone who is into power metal should get their hands on this one.
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HASH(0x93caf450) étoiles sur 5 Powerful power metal 20 mai 2008
Par Eric Prescott - Publié sur Amazon.com
I still find myself thrashing out to Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 2 (and Part 1, natch). The Seven Keys albums are two of the all-time progressive metal greats. Bands are still trying to recreate the genius of this era, but I can't seem to find anything that lives up to it. Just goes to show that you have to keep moving forward, not back.

There isn't a single weak track on either of these albums. I should probably point out some highlights, though. Dr. Stein is silly, but classic Helloween. Much as I enjoy the song, I tend toward the songs that peel paint off your walls. I find myself continually looping Eagle Fly Free, with it's soaring chorus and driving, relentless drumming. I Want Out is equally inspiring and anthemic. Though the track ordering is different than the original release (the version I have--yes, I want to check out the remaster), Save Us is a great way to finish the album. Just as you think things are winding to a close, the intro quickly builds into a galloping rhythm that leads to one of the most enduring guitar solos I've ever heard. The song (and album) end leaving you breathless and wanting more.

Disc 2 here includes Savage, which is another one of my favorite go-to Helloween songs when I am in the mood to thrash hard. I have my version off of The Best - The Rest - The Rare, which isn't a bad disc for those new to Helloween to get a feel for what they are in for.

Side note: Um, Amazon, would it be too much to correctly title albums and tracks in your music department?
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HASH(0x93caf864) étoiles sur 5 Outstanding 16 septembre 1999
Par lupi73@hotmail.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have had this tape for years and my tape finally played its last song. I had to replace it with a CD. Music isn't done like this anymore. It is great driving music, great resting music, great music for anything. It is all so well done and even stimulates the most intellectual of minds
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