Book of Secrets (album)

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Book of Secrets
Balance2.jpg
Studio album by
Released1998
RecordedPOD Studios, 1998
GenrePower metal
Length53:18
LabelPony Canyon (Japan)
Point Records (Europe)
ProducerLionel Hicks
Balance of Power chronology
When The World Falls Down
(1997)
Book of Secrets
(1998)
Ten More Tales of Grand Illusion
(1999)

Book of Secrets is the second album from British metal band Balance of Power. It was released in 1998. Book of Secrets is the first album of the band to feature Lance King on vocals.

Concept[edit]

The album is a thematic album, inspired by The Bible Code, written by Michael Drosnin.[1]

Production and recording[edit]

Book of Secrets was produced and engineered by drummer Lionel Hicks. Recording took place at POD Studios in London, England. It was also mixed by new lead vocalist Lance King, and Hicks, at Logic Studios in Minneapolis.

Original track listing[edit]

  1. "Desert of Lost Souls" - 0:53
  2. "Walking on Top of the World" - 7:03
  3. "Book of Secrets" - 7:42
  4. "When Heaven Calls Your Name" - 6:20
  5. "It's Not Over (Until It's Over)" - 5:01
  6. "Do You Dream of Angels" - 5:46
  7. "Seven Days into Nevermore" - 6:49
  8. "Miracles and Dreams" - 8:01
  9. "Stranger Days (To Come)" - 5:40

Personnel[edit]

Band members[edit]

Additional contributions[edit]

Production and engineering[edit]

  • Lionel Hicks - producer, engineer, mixer
  • Lance King - mixer
  • Crusoe - art design

References[edit]

  1. ^ Balance of Power Biography Archived 2012-07-21 at Archive.today on Balance-of-power

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