8 thoughts on “ Hocus Pocus - Helloween - Metal Jukebox (CD, Album)

  1. Mar 24,  · Hocus Pocus (Focus) dramatically lacks the insane joyfulness, abandon and precision of Thijs Van Leer's original vocals, but it does have a redeeming, great guitar solo; however, it remains entirely too close to the original, and would have been much better served if sped up and considerably metalized/5(43).
  2. Check out Metal Jukebox by Helloween on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on loylusfortlonnecorn.robmiretsuberaperteczgavevicmidd.co(14).
  3. Sep 08,  · "Metal Jukebox" is an eclectic little collection, to say the least. The Scorpions' "He's A Woman-She's a Man" and Faith No More's "From Out Of Nowhere" are the two closest tracks to what Helloween are normally about. They stomp along as solid rocking, good fun tracks. From there, the album steps into, well, space/5(14).
  4. Licensed cd manufactured in Russia for distribution in Russia and the CIS countries. Manufactured as a standard Jewel case with four-page booklet. Recorded at Fixitinthemix and Crazy Cat, Hamburg and Mi Sueno, Tenerife in Mixed at RS 29 Studio/5(2).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Metal Jukebox on Discogs. Label: Metal-is Records - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Speed Metal, Heavy Metal/5(2).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Metal Jukebox on Discogs. Label: Victor - VICP • Series: 15th Anniversay Of Helloween • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Power Metal, Heavy Metal/5(9).
  7. "Metal Jukebox" is an eclectic little collection, to say the least. The Scorpions' "He's A Woman-She's a Man" and Faith No More's "From Out Of Nowhere" are the two closest tracks to what Helloween are normally about. They stomp along as solid rocking, good fun tracks. From there, the album steps into, well, space/5(14).
  8. Helloween: Metal Jukebox ‎ (CD, Album) Victor: VICP Japan: referencing Metal Jukebox, CD, Album, Dig, RAWDP Hocus Pocus (Focus) dramatically lacks the insane joyfulness, abandon and precision of Thijs Van Leer's original vocals, but it does have a redeeming, great guitar solo; however, it remains entirely too close.

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