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Doro - Fear No Evil

Doro - Fear No Evil
Performer: Doro
Title: Fear No Evil
Country: Germany
Genre: Rock
Style:Heavy Metal
Released: 29 Jul 2011
Catalog number: AFM 233-7
Label: AFM Records
MP3 album szie: 1496 mb
FLAC album size: 2816 mb

Tracklist

1Walking With The Angels
2The Night Of The Warlock
3Herzblut
4Running From The Devil
5On The Run
625 Years
7Long Lost For Love
8Celebrate
9I Lay My Head Upon My Sword
10Caught In A Battle
11It Kills Me

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AFM 233-2Doro Fear No Evil ‎(CD, Album, Enh)AFM RecordsAFM 233-2Germany2009
AFM 233-1Doro Fear No Evil ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Pic)AFM RecordsAFM 233-1Germany2009
AFM 233-9Doro Fear No Evil ‎(CD, Album, Enh, Ltd, Dig + Box, Ltd, Num)AFM RecordsAFM 233-9Germany2010
RDP006Doro Fear No Evil ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig)Rare Diamonds ProductionsRDP006Germany2018
AFM 233-9Doro Fear No Evil ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)AFM Records AFM 233-9Russia2009

Notes

Housed in gatefold sleeve.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 8486004611 4

Short intro

Fear No Evil is the eleventh studio album of the German female hard rock singer Doro. It was released worldwide in 2009 by AFM Records. The album was produced and engineered by usual collaborators Andreas Bruhn, Chris Lietz and Torsten Sickert and reflects in the songs a strong celebrative mood. In fact, titles like Night of the Warlock, Celebrate, 25 Years and the new collaboration with the American Joey Balin, who had produced the last Warlock album, were meant to celebrate the 25th. Doro Pesch - Fear No Evil 2009. free to Doro Fear No Evil The Night of the Warlock, Running from the Devil and more. 13 tracks 56:30. Doro - The Night Of The Warlock. Doro - Running From The Devil. Doro - Celebrate. Doro - Caught In A Battle. Doro - Herzblut. Doro Fear No Evil. Buy from. Doro discography main. Warrior Soul 2006. Raise Your Fist 2012. Doro discography all. Breaking the Law 2009. Herzblut 2009. Fear No Evil. Type: Full-length. Fear No Evil, 2009. The Night of the Warlock, 05:43. Running from the Devil, 03:37. Caught in a Battle, 03:09. On the Run, 04:42. Walking with the Angels, 04:55. It Kills Me, 04:28. Doro : Fear No Evil,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. The Night of the Warlock 2. Running from the Devil 3. Celebrate 4
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Reviews: (1)
BlackHaze
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I always liked Warlock and Doro. I must admit that I like Warlock a little more, but this doesn't mean that Doro doesn't deliver as much in her solo career. However I'm starting to notice a tendency to a more... mellow elements. I've listened to all Doro albums up to this one, and I'm afraid that in "Fear No Evil" cheesiness is starting to get more than apparent.
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Even though the album opens with a series of four solid tracks, "The Night Of The Warlock", "Running From The Devil", "Celebrate" and "Caught In A Battle", which somebody could even call them homage to the Warlock years, then comes "Herzblut" a power... ballad sung in German, and along with it, the first dose of the cheesiness to come. A track which combines some cliche elements of 80's metal, but even in 1985 would have been kind of... "not again".
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Feeling somewhat disappointed with the first side, I flipped the vinyl quickly in the hope that side B will pay off. Soon I would find out that this wasn't the case, things are getting even worse. "On The Run" tries desperately to keep the banners high, but being followed with a chain of failures, fails itself miserably. "Walking With The Angels" is the biggest fail of all, a ballad no less, more cheesy than cheese, which could perfectly fit in the soundtrack of... "Titanic". Sung (unfortunately) together with Tarja Turunen (ex-Nightwish), whatever that could mean. "I Lay My Head Upon My Sword" supposed to be an epic song, has indeed an epic structure, but it's really drowned in mediocrity and plagued with flat-line spirit. "Long Lost For Love", a love song apparently and yet, another brick in the wall, as it exists only to throw salt to the wound. Alas... the conclusion comes with "25 Years", a somewhat nice track but still, an epilog in a lost battle.
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Of course the album has it's good moments, but generally suffers from cheesiness and from the usual cliches being over-used since decades. Album also from the lack of passion, that punch which makes the listener say "hell yeah!". In the same way, some parts which indeed had potential to preserve strength, are chocked instead and thus striped from any vitality, making the whole album sound flat and dull.
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To conclude, "Fear No Evil" has nothing to fear except itself. It was a big disappointment for me. I've tried to find elements to relate with and I almost found quite a few in the half of the tracks. In general "Fear No Evil" is either a glass half-full or a glass half-empty, and to some (or many) and me, might as well be a broken glass.

2.5/5