Line Up :
Michael Kiske: Vocals
Kai Hansen: Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Michael Weikath: Lead & Rhythm Guitars
Markus Grosskopf: Bass Guitar
Ingo Schwichtenberg: Drums
Best power metal album ever part 2
Some albums change everything. That�s exactly what Keepers 2 did. Depending on how you look at it, this nine song offering clocks in at either just under 50 minutes, or just over twenty years. We�re talking changing the face of metal. And it�s even possible to put a name to that face: Michael Weikath. Let me explain.
The name that actually comes to mind when most people say Keepers 2 is Michael Kiske. Kiske himself has passed into metal mythology alongside a whole host of legendary vocalists that can do no wrong (Midnight, Halford, Dio etc.). But we can talk about him another time. The moment actually belongs to Helloween guitarist Michael Weikath. He contributed four songs. Collectively they laid the foundations for nothing less than an entire generation of speed, power, and symphonic metal. The scary part is that every one of those four songs is yet to be matched.
This is a classic and groundbreaking record in the history shelves of metal, together with part I. A source of inspiration and influence to countless bands to follow.
This is also the last chapter in the Hansen - Helloween (80's) glorious era, from where onwards the band went downhill (in my opinion).
A MUST HAVE for any power/speed,heavy metal and open-minded hard rock fan.
|2.||Eagle Fly Free||05:08||[view lyrics]|
|3.||You Always Walk Alone||05:08||[view lyrics]|
|4.||Rise and Fall||04:20||[view lyrics]|
|5.||Dr. Stein||05:03||[view lyrics]|
|6.||We Got the Right||05:07||[view lyrics]|
|7.||March of Time||05:13||[view lyrics]|
|8.||I Want Out||04:39||[view lyrics]|
|9.||Keeper of the Seven Keys||13:38||[view lyrics]|
|Total playing time||49:23|
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