Twisted into Form

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Twisted into Form
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Studio album by Forbidden
Released 1990
Recorded 1989-1990 at Fantasy Studios,
Berkeley, California, U.S.
Genre Thrash metal
Length 50:09
Label Combat (1990)
Relativity (1992)
Producer Michael Rosen
Forbidden chronology
Forbidden Evil
(1988)
Twisted into Form
(1990)
Distortion
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Twisted into Form is the second album from San Francisco, California thrash metal band, Forbidden. It features one line-up change from their debut – 1988's Forbidden Evil – with Tim Calvert replacing Glen Alvelais on guitar. The result is a more melodic and progressive affair with many acoustic interludes and clearer production, but less of a raw edge than its predecessor. It is their last album with drummer Paul Bostaph before he joined Slayer in 1992 when Forbidden was on hiatus.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Parting of the Ways (Instrumental)"  — Calvert, Locicero 0:45
2. "Infinite" Locicero Calvert, Locicero, Bostaph 6:09
3. "Out of Body (Out of Mind)" Locicero, Anderson Calvert, Locicero, Bostaph 4:24
4. "Step by Step" Locicero, Anderson Calvert, Locicero, Bostaph 4:50
5. "Twisted into Form" Locicero Calvert, Locicero, Bostaph 4:20
6. "R.I.P." Anderson Calvert, Locicero, Bostaph 7:28
7. "Spiral Depression (Instrumental)"  — Calvert, Locicero 1:47
8. "Tossed Away" Locicero Calvert, Locicero, Bostaph 4:31
9. "One Foot in Hell" Locicero Locicero, Bostaph 6:07

1998 Century Media re-release[edit]

  • These are taken from The Ultimate Revenge 2.

2008 Century Media re-release[edit]

  • These are taken from Raw Evil: Live at the Dynamo.

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