Tunes of War

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Tunes of War
Tunes of war.jpg
Studio album by Grave Digger
Released 25 August 1996
Recorded May 1996 at Principal Studios - Senden/Münster, Germany
Genre Heavy metal, power metal
Length 52:45
Label GUN Records
Producer Chris Boltendahl & Uwe Lulis
Grave Digger chronology
Heart of Darkness
(1995)
Tunes of War
(1996)
Knights of the Cross
(1998)

Tunes of War is the seventh studio album by German metal band Grave Digger about the Scottish struggles for independence from England, from the medieval conflicts between its clans in the 11th century through to the Jacobite rebellion of the 18th.

It was the first album in Grave Digger's trilogy of medievally inspired concept albums which was continued by Knights of the Cross (1998) and Excalibur (1999).[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs composed & arranged by Grave Digger.

  1. "The Brave" (Intro) - 2:23
  2. "Scotland United" - 4:35
  3. "The Dark of the Sun" - 4:33
  4. "William Wallace (Braveheart)" - 5:01
  5. "The Bruce (The Lion King)" - 6:58
  6. "The Battle of Flodden" - 4:06
  7. "The Ballad of Mary (Queen of Scots)" - 5:00
  8. "The Truth" - 3:50
  9. "Cry for Freedom (James the VI)" - 3:17
  10. "Killing Time" - 2:53
  11. "Rebellion (The Clans Are Marching)" - 4:05
  12. "Culloden Muir" - 4:08
  13. "The Fall of the Brave" (Outro) - 1:56

The Digipack version also includes:

  1. "Heavy Metal Breakdown" (Boltendahl)
  2. "Witchhunter" (Boltendahl)
  3. "Headbanging Man" (Boltendahl)

Album line-up[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Grave Digger". Metal Hammer (in German). Retrieved 2 July 2012.