The Soldier's Just Came Back

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The Soldier's Just Came Back
Live album by Loudness
Released June 20, 2001
Recorded Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, March 28, 2001
Genre Heavy metal
Length 73:11
Label Nippon Columbia
Loudness chronology
Spiritual Canoe
(2001)
The Soldier's Just Came Back
(2001)
Pandemonium
(2001)
The Soldier's Just Came Back
Cover of the VHS
Video by Loudness
Recorded Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, March 28, 2001
Genre Heavy metal
Label Nippon Columbia
Loudness chronology
Welcome to the Slaughterhouse
(1992)
The Soldier's Just Came Back
(2001)
Loudness Live: Loudness presents Loud'n Fest Vol.1 at Club Citta
(2002)

The Soldier's Just Came Back is the fifth live album by the Japanese band Loudness. It was released in 2001 only in Japan and recorded during the successful Spiritual Canoe tour with the original line-up.[1] At the same time a VHS with the videotape of the concert was released by Nippon Columbia.

Track listing[edit]

CD[edit]

  1. "Loudness" - 5:40
  2. "In the Mirror" - 4:47
  3. "Crazy Doctor" - 4:20
  4. "Dream Fantasy" - 4:30
  5. "Crazy Night" - 6:48
  6. "The End of Earth" - 4:38
  7. "How Many More Times" - 5:56
  8. "Lonely Player" - 7:53
  9. "Esper" - 3:48
  10. "So Lonely (Japanese Version)" - 7:53
  11. "Stay Wild" - 5:47
  12. "S.D.I." - 4:56
  13. "Speed" - 7:11
  14. "Farewell" - 2:59

VHS[edit]

  1. Opening
  2. Loudness
  3. In the Mirror
  4. Show Me the Way
  5. Esper
  6. Milky Way
  7. Mr. Yesman
  8. Black Wall
  9. Devil Soldier
  10. Street Woman
  11. Lonely Player
  12. The End of Earth
  13. The Winds of Victory
  14. Drum Solo
  15. How Many More Times
  16. Guitar Solo
  17. Crazy Doctor
  18. Dream Fantasy
  19. Crazy Night
  20. So Lonely (Japanese Version)
  21. Stay Wild
  22. S.D.I.
  23. Speed
  24. Farewell

Personnel[edit]

Band members[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Masatoshi Sakimoto - engineer, mixing at ESP Musical Academy Studio

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Loudness - The Soldier's Just Came Back". Metal-Archives.com. Retrieved 2010-03-31.