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Product details

  • Audio CD (28 April 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B0014IH1AE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 183,336 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Between Heaven and Hell
  2. Warrior
  3. Words of Conflict
  4. Destination Forever
  5. Oceans
  6. Tomorrow Can Wait
  7. Pictured Life
  8. Firewind Raging
  9. I Will Fight Alone
  10. Northern Sky
  11. Fire
  12. Who Am I
  13. End Of An Era
  14. Fire (demo version, bonus track for this re-issue)
  15. Destination Forever (demo version, bonus track for this re-issue)

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Format: Audio CD
I would describe this album as a kind of cross between the Ronnie James Dio and Graham Bonnet era of rainbow with albeit with a much more modern faster and harder guitar sound. The riffs are ferocious, crunching but impeccably played by Gus G and the Dio(ish) lyrics by vocalist Stephen Frederick, a superb rock vocalist who belts them out with tremendous power and conviction, very similar in tone and style to Graham Bonnet. Frederick is no longer with Firewind so if Blackmore ever decides to do his rainbow thing again he should give this guy a call as his voice would be perfect for belting out stargazer, the man on the silver mountain and all night long!
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Format: Audio CD
this album rocks from the very moment you press play on your player till the end.the songs are high quality,and i like everyone which makes it a great album,as you dont get any "fillers". this is a must for any fans of power metal and the guitaring in all areas is super,especially the solo's! the album features axe-master gus g, formerly of power metal act dream evil,in his own band. very much well worth the buy,along with the other firewind and dream evil albums if you enjoy power metal
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
fantastic band and fantastic album and one of many i have bought since first hearing them afew months ago and not a bad track on this one
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9e00dec4) out of 5 stars 16 reviews
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9de65234) out of 5 stars BLAZING METAL WITH SOME CLASS!! 13 Feb. 2003
By Roger R. - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I had seen some ads for this album but the first time I heard this band was when one of my best friends in Canada received a copy from his buddy in Greece. I must say his cover is way nicer looking then the US release but the cover will be the least of your worries when this music addresses your ears. This serving of super finely done speed / power metal fires off with a song that is also the album title and once you hear about four seconds you will be hooked. The entire album rocks as a whole and never relents or lets the true metal head down. On first listen lots of the songs sounded the same but upon further listens they are indeed individuals each to themselves. The guitarist may be young but man can this guy shred. The album is unique in that it was put together in so many different areas of the world too, with this added here and that added there.I would surely include this offering on my favorite album to listen to list. I am most certain that any metal head needs this one, cause if you don't have it and your friends do you will look uninformed., not to mention be without your daily requirement of important metal in your diet! I can hardly wait for the next one but this one will be hard to beat.The "Firewind" has blown alot of us away and lit the fire for more stuff like this one. Buy or cry!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9de696a8) out of 5 stars The early Greco-American version of Firewind is a winner. 7 Oct. 2007
By Nikiforos V. Skoumas - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Though mostly known for their latest achievement "Allegiance", this very first Firewind album competes closely with the previously mentioned release in terms of quality. "Between Heaven and Hell" is an impeccable album yet very different from Allegiance. This early line- up is put together by Greek metalheads Gus G. (guitars) and Constantine (bass) who join forces with American power metalers Stephen Frederick (vocals) and Brian Harris (Drums).
The composing chemistry of Gus and Stephen is solid and colorful, coming up with inspired riffs, melodic solos and incredibly catchy choruses. In terms of technique things do not get much better than this: Heavy guitar riffs, perfectly phrased solos, precise use of double bass beat drums, without overdoing it, and the unforgettable voice of Frederick separate this album from the bulk of power/epic metal albums of 2002. Finally the production of this work is scholastic and very well balanced.

A fact that will very likely amuse or surprise you is that this line up never met or played live together. Vocals and Drums were recorded in Atlanta USA, while guitars and bass in Greece.

Firewind's new album Allegiance and its seminal singles are charting considerably throughout Europe. When "Between Heaven and Hell" was released the vast majority ignored Firewind's existence; in some European countries it sold less than 100 copies.
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ddc73e4) out of 5 stars Firewind raaaaaaging! 14 April 2003
By Romudeth - Published on
Format: Audio CD
A while back a friend of mine came to my house praising this album as if it was a god and saying how the guitarist (Gus G) was the best new guitarist out there. Being a fan of Stephen Fredrick's other band Kenziner I had my bud shut up so I could hear the album and I then understood his excitement.
This is some blistering metal. Just when I think that I've heard all the great bands out there another one comes out to punch me in the face and Firewind did just that. Gus G may be the next Malmsteen only without so much of the guitar wanking. And Stephen is in top form here, belting out every song as if it was his last.
So if you want some scorching TRUE metal check out Firewind. You won't be dissapointed.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9de6ca74) out of 5 stars When you want the very best... 16 Feb. 2004
By Amazon Prime since 2009 - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The following is from my review of Burning Wind, however, I talk about Heaven & Hell quite a bit, so I just pasted that review here:
When I first heard Between Heaven & Hell I was blown away. Here was an album worth listening to again, and again, and again. I got to the end of the first song and said, this is awesome! And I just HAD to listen to that song over again.
I thought the same would happen for burning earth. I was wrong.
It's a good album, but nothing really blew me away. There was only one song, #5, where I thought after, that I wanted to relisten to it again right away.
However, on Heaven & Hell, I had that feeling, that desire, on songs 1,2,3,5,6,7,9,10,11 & 12. (4 and 8 I thought were basically the same song...) It took me days just to get through the entire cd just because I kept replaying the same songs over and over again. They were THAT damn good.
Heaven & Hell songs had awesome hooks. The rhythms just infect you and before you know it, you're foot is tapping, your head is nodding...
Only one time, during the first minute of song #5, I got that silly grin on my face, my head started nodding, I sat forward in my chair, here it was I thought! FINALLY! After 4 so-so songs, a song that had my attention. But that was pretty much it. Just like "Oceans" on Between Heavan & Hell, song #5 on Burning earth was just way too short, almost an incomplete idea. It's like they were playing, and somebody just started the fade out even though the song wasn't done. Maybe it was an accident, I don't know. The second (and only other) instrumental song on Between Heaven & Hell wasn't like that at all! A complete song.
So, bottom line, if you're a fan of this genre, you'll enjoy Burning wind. It's good for a spin here and there. But I'd say I was pretty disapointed compared to Heaven & Hell.
When I got Heaven & Hell, I thought to myself, from this point forward, FIREWIND is my new favorite band. Heaven & Hell remains, and will remain, one of my favorite all time cd's, but as far as FIREWIND is concerned, they're no longer at the top of my list. The last band that fell off the top of my list was on their 10th album before they crapped out, so, this is like a world record for the rise and fall, in my humble opinion...
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9de6cbdc) out of 5 stars Amazing, powerful band... 30 Sept. 2002
By Rodrigo Oliveira - Published on
Format: Audio CD
When I had my first glance at the name "Firewind" and its album title "Between Heaven And Hell" , I was convinced that such band would not offer me anything of new or interesting... Fortunately my thoughts were wrong and Firewind amazed me and certainly will amaze all listeners of well done heavy metal.
If this album has a winning glow, a huge contributor for that is the singer Stephen Fredrick, a true magician of the voice. He gives this band heaviness with talent and melody with passion. Firewind is also crowned for having 21 years old guitarrist Gus who is not playing with great creativity, but is not stealing notes from other bands and even shows a wonderful technique allied with thirst for good music.
Bass lines are the ones that a power metal group needs and drums
go higher than expectancy. Tunes such as "Warrior" and the fast
"Destination Forever" confirm why this record is so fun to be listened. A true ace that provides us hours and hours of great metal without getting boring... Do not underrate this band, you might feel a certain sorrow later... Firewind is truly raging!
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