Unleash the Beast
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|Unleash the Beast|
|Studio album by Saxon|
|Released||14 October 1997|
|Recorded||Karo Studios, Brackel, Germany, 1997|
|Producer||Kalle Trapp and Saxon|
Unleash the Beast is Saxon's thirteenth studio album, released in 1997. It is the first studio album to feature Doug Scarratt on guitar.
|2.||"Unleash the Beast"||Byford/Scarratt/Carter/Glocker||5:16|
|4.||"Circle of Light"||Byford/Scarratt/Carter/Glocker||5:26|
|5.||"The Thin Red Line"||Byford/Scarratt/Carter/Glocker||6:20|
|6.||"Ministry of Fools"||Byford/Scarratt/Carter/Glocker||4:29|
|9.||"Cut Out the Disease"||Byford/Quinn/Scarratt/Carter/Glocker||5:23|
|11.||"All Hell Breaking Loose"||Byford/Quinn/Scarratt/Carter||4:31|
- Biff Byford - Vocals
- Doug Scarratt - Guitar
- Paul Quinn - Guitar
- Nibbs Carter - Bass
- Nigel Glockler - Drums
- "Unleash the Beast" is about a fictional story of stone gargoyles coming alive.
- "Circle of Light" follows a man who has an out-of-body experience and watches as surgeons bring him back to life.
- "The Thin Red Line" is about the Battle of Balaclava in the Crimean War.
- "Ministry of Fools" possibly concerns the media and authority.
- "The Preacher" is about a preacher trying to convert someone to his religion.
- "Bloodletter" is about vampires.
- "Cut Out the Disease" is about treason between friends.
- "Absent Friends" is about the death of very close friend.
- "All Hell Breaking Loose" describes the passing of a hurricane.
- Producer: Kalle Trapp & Saxon
- Recorded and mixed at Karo Studios, Brackel, Germany
- Mixed by Kalle Trap & Biff Byford
- Album dedicated to John J. J. Jones
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