City of Evil is the third studio album by Avenged Sevenfold released on June 6, 2005 by Warner Records. Co-produced by Andrew Murdock, City of Evil contains a more traditional heavy metal and hard rock sound than Avenged Sevenfold's previous two albums, which showcased a predominantly metalcore sound. The album is also notable for the absence of screaming vocals.
1975 studio album by Electric Light Orchestra. Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany; strings overdubbed at De Lane Lea Studios, London; mixed at The Record Plant, New York City. Art rock, symphonic rock. Evil Woman" was a big hit in the UK and the US, embracing disco rhythms while still embodying ELO's classic sound. Lynne wrote the chords and melody of this song in only six minutes, making it his fastest feat of composition. Nightrider" became the third single from the album; despite an appearance on the UK chart television program Top of the Pops, it failed to chart.
Resident Evil 2 - A Peace of Mind. Get this album or track at: 4. Resident Evil 2 - Fearful is No Word For It. Get this album or track at: 5. Resident Evil 2 - A Secure Place. When it was released in 1996, "Resident Evil" scared millions of console game players with its creepy Night of the Living Dead-inspired storyline. With frightening creatures as your foes, the game went on to spawn a few sequels - each time pushing the bounds of game play and creepiness. Adding to all of the chills was a creepy and frightening score. It's truly big-screen material. Another set of cues from "Resident Evil 3" round out the album. These are darker in tone, but don't feel like they're really horror cues - just creepy dramatic action cues. A bonus "Special End Title" track is included at the end, and is an interesting cue that starts with a softer, tense orchestra, and then builds into a rock.
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