Resurrection (Dungeon album 2005)

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Resurrection
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Studio album by Dungeon
Released 2005
Recorded R&R Studios and SLS Studios, Sydney, Australia, 2005
Genre Heavy metal, Power metal
Length 56:19
Label LMP
Modern Invasion
Producer Lord Tim
Dungeon chronology
One Step Beyond
(2004)
Resurrection
(2005)
The Final Chapter
(2006)

Resurrection is fifth album from Australian heavy metal band Dungeon. It was recorded and released in a different version in 1999. This updated version was completely re-recorded during the sessions for the One Step Beyond album and released in 2005. It was released by LMP worldwide and in Australia by Modern Invasion.

The song "Severed Ties" replaces a track called "Let it Go" from the original album which was written by ex-member Justin Sayers and which he was performing live with his band Platinum Brunette. The Australian version contained versions of "Playing to Win" by Little River Band and the Thin Lizzy song "Waiting for an Alibi" with lead vocals by Marshall. A special edition of the album also included a symphonic version of "Severed Ties" with a violin part by Karyn Hamilton.

Track listing[edit]

Standard version[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Death from Above" Tim Grose[1] 0:53
2. "Resurrection" Tim Grose/Steve Moore 4:40
3. "Paradise" Dale Corney/Tim Grose 4:35
4. "No Way Out" Dale Corney 3:21
5. "Wake Up" Justin Sayers 4:36
6. "Fight" Dale Corney/Tim Grose/Justin Sayers 3:55
7. "Severed Ties" Tim Grose 5:09
8. "Time to Die" Dale Corney 5:28
9. "I Am Death" Tim Grose 5:28
10. "Judgment Day" Tim Grose 4:45
11. "The Legend of Huma" Tim Grose 7:01

Australian version[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
12. "Playing to Win" Graham Goble/John Farnham/Spencer Proffer) 3:11
13. "Waiting for an Alibi" Phil Lynott 3:19

EU/USA limited edition[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
12. "Playing to Win" Graham Goble/John Farnham/Spencer Proffer) 3:11
13. "Waiting for an Alibi" Phil Lynott 3:19
14. "Severed Ties (Acoustic/Orchestral Mix)" ? ?

Available in a digipack with a bonus live CD from Dungeon's 2003 Japanese tour and a MPG of I Am Death.[2]

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'Death from Above' at APRA search engine". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 29 November 2016.  Note: User may have to click "Search again" and provide details at "Enter a title:" e.g. Death from Above; or at "Performer:" Dungeon
  2. ^ "Dungeon - What Cds have i got? - Ultimate Metal Forum". Ultimatemetal.com. Retrieved 2012-03-07.