Tribute to the Gods

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Tribute to the Gods
Tribute to the Gods.jpg
Studio album of cover songs by
ReleasedNovember 27, 2001 (box set)
July 12, 2002 (standalone)
RecordedAugust 2001
GenreHeavy metal, hard rock
Length51:55
LabelCentury Media
Iced Earth chronology
Dark Genesis
(2001)
Tribute to the Gods
(2001)
The Glorious Burden
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]

Tribute to the Gods is covers album by heavy metal band Iced Earth. It is notable as the last Iced Earth album featuring Larry Tarnowski on lead guitar, and the last featuring singer Matt Barlow on vocals until his 2007 return. It was also their last album with Century Media until they returned to the label in 2010. This record was first released in 2001 in the box set Dark Genesis, but was re-released as a standalone disc in 2002. It was then re-released as part of the set Enter the Realm of the Gods along with the band's 1989 demo Enter the Realm in 2008 with new cover artwork.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Original artistLength
1."Creatures of the Night"Paul Stanley, Adam MitchellKiss4:01
2."The Number of the Beast"Steve HarrisIron Maiden4:33
3."Highway to Hell"Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm YoungAC/DC3:23
4."Burnin' for You"Donald Roeser, Richard MeltzerBlue Öyster Cult4:26
5."God of Thunder"StanleyKiss3:56
6."Screaming for Vengeance"Rob Halford, K.K. Downing, Glenn TiptonJudas Priest4:37
7."Dead Babies"Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal SmithAlice Cooper (band)5:40
8."Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll"Roeser, Albert Bouchard, Sandy PearlmanBlue Öyster Cult3:59
9."It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)"Scott, A. Young, M. YoungAC/DC4:42
10."Black Sabbath"Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill WardBlack Sabbath5:30
11."Hallowed Be Thy Name"Steve HarrisIron Maiden7:08
Total length:51:55

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel
  • Jim Morris - guitar solo on "God of Thunder" and "Dead Babies" and backing vocals

References[edit]