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Perpetual Flame

19 April 2012 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Sep 2008
  • Label: Rising Force Records
  • Copyright: 2012 Rising Force Records
  • Total Length: 1:08:34
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  • ASIN: B007ZIKN8Y
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 176,508 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. D. K. Ogston on 18 Nov 2008
Format: Audio CD
Well the Flame still burns as bright as it ever did, the Master Musician has riffed the Stratocaster into the Stratosphere.*
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*The album starts of with a nice classically influenced movement, then all hell is unleashed, with riffs and solo's flying from the fingers of Yngwie. The album is well and truly in flames by the time you get to the second track, and this is maintained throughout the whole musical journey that is Perpetual Flame.*
*Some notable changes come through the speakers by the time you get to /MAGIC CITY. The bluesy feel is enhanced by sitars and the whole psychedelic feel is mindblowing. This has to be without doubt one of the best tracks Yngwie has ever done, the pure Magic from the Wizards Fret board of that track is spellbinding./*
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*The whole production is again a masterpiece of musicianship, with contributions from Tim/ (Vocals),/ Derek/ (Keys),/ and Patrik /(Drums)/ all of which show why Yngwie has them in Rising Force. The mastering of the album is also very well done, and I look forward to more new and re-mastered material on the Rising Force Label.*
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*So as the dieing embers of the /Heavy Heart /track fades, it seems that YJM and Rising Force has once again produced an album that will stand as a great piece of heavy rock music.*
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*MORE IS DEFEINTALY MORE...*
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. P. Marshall on 16 Jan 2010
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I love Yngwie.....but Ripper spoils this one for me, he really screeches and pushes too far. Also the proction is a little full on and tinny. But Mr Malmsteens ability is staggering still, although as always a little over the top. He may not be the most tasteful player but without doubt this is the greatest talent in guitar history.
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Death Dealer kicks off this high energy well executed body of delightful work from the multi talented virtuoso.Interwoven melodies of the highest order draw us into a riff and one of the longest held screamed notes in Rock.Sweeping sorcery,wonderful guitar work from the worlds greatest guitar wizard and stratocaster spellbinder.Damnation Game is a belter too another strong riposte with a heavy tight earthy organic,stinging guitar riff and soaring melodic ranges from both Yngwie and Tim Owens.Indeed Rippers voice is superb throughout.This includes a sublime solo from Yngwie.All in the name of getting your head nodding and your fingers flicking out invisible notes.Live To Fight keeps up the pace with chiming bells,atmospheric beauty aplomb.The melody to this is real class with knock out punch pedal notes.Red Devil is an ode to the Ferrari.Bluesy chromatic notes shuffling along,in perfect changes,much like the car I guess,a great driving song in the making.Four Horsemen gallops along at an almighty pace,with wonderful flicky,dazzling notes and again a superbly crafted solo.A song of the highest order.Priest Of The Unholy opens with keyboard and lofty,ringing chords.If I was going to row a viking longboat with cohorts across a savage sea it would be to this song.Be Careful What You Wish For is next and my least favourite a so and so filler medium rocker.Caprici Di Diablo returns proceedings to the 10 out of 10 zone.An incredible guitar masterclass that defies belief.A joy to your ears.Lament is a twin lead instrumental,melodies and poise.Beautiful.Magic City gives us Yngwie on vocals a self portrait piece about the virtues of journeying from Scandanavia and residing in Miami.Read more ›
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Being an Yngwie fan for over twenty years I can honestly admit that I don't ever think he will conjure up the magic that he did on his first three albums, however the brilliance of Perpetual Flame should not be overlooked. Nothing much to say on Yngwie's guitar work, expect that it is his usual extremely high standard.
What sets this release apart from his previous ones after Trilogy was released is the ferociousness of the songs and the way they are delivered. The album is relentless and every single song is memorable and enjoyable. Ripper Owens on vocals is a fantastic catch for Yngwie as his style totally suits the type of music on offer here - plenty of high pitched screaming and the like. Some say the lyrics are cheesy, but this is the style that Yngwie writes in and I think he should be congratulated upon in being brave enough to continue in this form when obviously other groups feel the need to have change in an attempt to sell CD's.
My only slight issue is that at times the vocals seem to be a bit pushed out in the mixing and Owens's voice is not given the chance to fully express itself. Nonetheless, a work of art from the maestro and here's hoping that the next release continues in the same vain. Well done Mr Malmsteen !!!
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Another Yngwie album, I've been play this for over 2 weeks now and I think that I've consumed it! Tracks like, Death dealer and Capricci di Diablo are sufficient to put you in Hospital! The guitar playing is very inspired and it's all there with the eyes wide shut and great drumming from Patrick!

Yes I know, the same riffs and licks etc, but I love it and he does it like no one else, musically this one is probably the best Yngwie's to date and when I buy an Yngwie's Cd I do wanna hear Yngwie!

The missing star is for the production, not so good Attack, Unleash, or Seventh sign and Odissey were way much better produced) I'm really sorry to say this but the 5k are ear piercing (hellooo?)..Imported in to my iTune re-adjusted put it back on the ipod and now I can blaste it in the car again, shame for that.

There are not many great guitar album out there so let's treasure the one we find ( If you want See my other reviews/recomandations)Fundamental Darkness

Perpetual burn is one of them.
After all the question is:
Would I buy this album again?
Oh, absolutely.
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