Malmsteen, Yngwie: Fire & Ice

Malmsteen, Yngwie SKU: 33150918
Malmsteen, Yngwie: Fire & Ice

Malmsteen, Yngwie: Fire & Ice

Malmsteen, Yngwie SKU: 33150918

Format: CD

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Title: Fire & Ice
Artist: Malmsteen, Yngwie
Label: Hne
UPC: 5013929918924
Genre: Heavy Metal, Heavy Metal

Digitally remastered and expanded edition. In the 1960s it was Jimi Hendrix. In the 1970s it was Edward Van Halen. And in the 1980s, it was arguably Stockholm's Yngwie J. Malmsteen that established new, exciting and innovative approaches to the electric guitar. Highly influenced by Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple, Rainbow) and Uli Jon Roth (Scorpions, Electric Sun), the young Swedish maestro developed a neo-classical style inspired by the likes of Bach, Paganini and Vivaldi, that set the tone for hard rock and heavy metal guitarists for the rest of the decade. This new edition features liner notes from Classic Rock magazine's Malcolm Dome, and has been expanded with the Japanese only bonus track, 'Broken Glass' plus the single version of the track 'Teaser'.

1.1 Perpetual
1.2 Dragonfly
1.3 Teaser
1.4 How Many Miles to Babylon
1.5 Cry No More
1.6 No Mercy
1.7 C'est la Vie
1.8 Leviathan
1.9 Fire and Ice
1.10 Forever Is a Long Time
1.11 I'm My Own Enemy
1.12 All I Want Is Everything
1.13 Golden Dawn
1.14 Final Curtain
1.15 Teaser (Single Version)
1.16 Broken Glass (Japan Bonus Track)
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