Between Heaven and Hell (album)

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Between Heaven and Hell
Studio album by Firewind
Released July 30, 2002[1]
Genre Power metal
Length 52:48
Label Leviathan[1]
Massacre
Century Media (Re-release)[2]
Producer David T. Chastain
Firewind chronology
Nocturnal Symphony
(1998)
Between Heaven and Hell
(2002)
Burning Earth
(2003)
Alternate Cover
Japanese Version of the cover released under EMI

Between Heaven and Hell is Firewind's first album released in 2002 through Massacre Records in Europe, Leviathan Records in the US, EMI in Japan and Rock Brigade in South America. There were 3 different versions of the cover art, European, Japanese and American.[3] The album was re-released on October 10, 2007 with the European artwork originally designed by Kristian Wåhlin and with 2 bonus demo tracks.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Gus G. and all lyrics by Stephen Fredrick except the Scorpions cover "Pictured Life"[1]

  1. "Between Heaven and Hell" – 4:51
  2. "Warrior" – 4:44
  3. "World of Conflict" – 4:04
  4. "Destination Forever" – 3:44
  5. "Oceans" (Instrumental) – 1:49
  6. "Tomorrow Can Wait" – 5:39
  7. "Pictured Life" (Meine, Schenker, Roth) – 3:36
  8. "Raging" – 4:26
  9. "I Will Fight Alone" – 5:09
  10. "Northern Sky" (Instrumental) – 4:50
  11. "Fire" – 4:38
  12. "Who Am I?" – 5:18 (Contains a sample of one of J.S. Bach's violin concertos)
  13. "End of an Era" – 1:52 (Japanese bonus track — dedicated to Chuck Schuldiner)[5]
  14. "Fire" (Demo) – 4:30 (re-release bonus track)
  15. "Destination Forever" (Demo) – 3:28 (re-release bonus track)

Personnel[edit]

Band members
  • Stephen Fredrick – vocals
  • Gus G. – guitars, keyboards
  • Konstantine – bass
  • Brian Harris – drums

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c allmusic.com Between Heaven and Hell page, Cited 24 May 2008
  2. ^ iStore page on the re-release version of Between Heaven and Hell, Cited 24 May 2008
  3. ^ Firewind official discography [1]
  4. ^ Firewind.gr news update 16 September 2007, Cited 8 March 2008
  5. ^ Interview with Gus G. and David T. Chastain leviathanrecords.com