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Performer: Annihilator
Title: Never, Neverland
Style: Heavy Metal,Speed/Thrash Metal
Location: Vancouver Studios, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Duration: 43:59
Released: September, 1990
Date of recording: February, 1990 - April, 1990
Size MP3 version: 1615 mb
Size FLAC version: 1432 mb
Size WMA version: 1529 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 782
Genre: Pop Rock

Annihilator - Never, Neverland mp3 download

Sixth Song off the Annihilator Album 'Never, Neverland' "no not 'alison hell' part 2! yes, another gloomy subject! yet another true story! this is about a. .

Текст песни: No not 'Alison Hell' part 2! Yes, another gloomy subject! Yet another true story! This is about an unfortunate young girl who was locked in a room for half a decade just for looking at a boy in a grocery store! Her guardian, a.

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Never, Neverland is the second album by heavy metal band Annihilator. It was released on September 12, 1990 under the label Roadrunner. The album was re-released twice: 1998 with 3 demo tracks as bonus tracks and again on September 9, 2003 in a two-disc compilation set along with Alice in Hell, entitled Alice in Hell/Never Neverland (as part of Roadrunner Records Two from the Vault series).

Band Name Annihilator. Album Name Never Neverland. Data de aparición 12 Septiembre 1990. Labels Metal Mind Productions Roadrunner Records Far East Metal Syndicate. Estilo MusicalTechnical Thrash. Miembros poseen este álbum510. Re-Issue in 1998 and 2003 by Roadrunner Records.

Album · 1990 · 13 Songs. See All. Set the World On Fire. The Best of Annihilator.

Annihilator Never, Neverland.

Annihilator (2). Never, Neverland ‎(LP, Album). Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records. Rr 9374-1, rr 9374, rr 9374 1. Europe.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Fun Palace Jeff Waters Annihilator 5:51
2 Road to Ruin Jeff Waters Annihilator 3:42
3 Sixes and Seven Jeff Waters Annihilator 5:20
4 Stonewall Jeff Waters Annihilator 4:50
5 Never, Neverland Jeff Waters Annihilator 5:29
6 Imperiled Eyes Jeff Waters Annihilator 5:27
7 Kraf Dinner Jeff Waters Annihilator 2:41
8 Phantasmagoria Jeff Waters Annihilator 3:59
9 Reduced to Ash Jeff Waters Annihilator 3:09
10 I Am in Command Jeff Waters Annihilator 3:34


Annihilator - Primary Artist
Monte Conner - Executive Producer
Wayne Darley - Bass
David Scott Davis - Guitar
Victor Dezso - Photography
Chris Gehringer - Remastering
Nick Gilman - Artwork, Cover Design
Brad Hamilton - Design
Ray Hartman - Drum Arrangements, Drums
Ray Hartmann - Drum Arrangements, Drums, Drums (African)
Satoshi Kobayashi - Reissue Design
George Marino - Mastering
Coburn Pharr - Vocals
Glen Robinson - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Len Rooney - Cover Design
Steve Royea - Engineer, Second Engineer
Mark Van Der Wielen - Photography
Jeff Waters - Arranger, Composer, Concept, Cover Design, Drum Arrangements, Drums (African), Guitar, Liner Notes, Producer
As Jeff himself said about this masterpiece, it's a once in a lifetime record. It's true that after Never Neverland, Annihilator has never managed to keep up the quality of the songs, the riffs, the lyrics, I mean everything on this record is flawless. ALL the songs are great! There are some absolute classic songs like The fun Palace, Stonewall, Never Neverland.. The rest of Annihilator's catalog is decent, but this one is just one of my all time favourite albums and deserves much more recognition.
Continuing on the modest road they chose since the beginning, Annihilator’s Never, Neverland could be easily passed for a Classic Rock album, were it not for Coburn Pharr’s amateurish vocals (Jeff Waters had a talent to get unambitious people to sing with his band) and the enervating tag “Thrash Metal” tag put on it: instead, songs like “Stonewall” (unfortunately not referencing the 1968 riots in the gay community), “The Fun Palace” and even a cut version of the title track sound so conventional that they sound literally obvious, although some of them fortunately feature clean guitar arpeggios. The band does the possible to vary dynamics and songwriting, and though their effort is reason of some respect and even of sparse stellar moments, the album is ultimately bare and lacks the ambience it severely needs. Most of the genre releases suffer of lack of harmonic coherence, but this is ultimately one of those albums which suffer the most because of it.Highlights: “The Fun Palace”, “Never, Neverland”, “Kraf Dinner”.