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King Diamond - The Spiders Lullabye (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Label: Massacre Records - MASS LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal King Diamond - The Spider's Lullabye (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(18).
  2. Dec 04,  · 6. Six Feet Under () ― King Diamond, Andy LaRocque 7. Spider's Lullabye () 8. Eastmann's Cure () 9. Room 17 () To the Morgue () ― King Diamond, Andy LaRocque All songs written and composed by King Diamond, except 2/6/10 with indicated. (全曲の作詞・作曲:キング・ダイアモンド、除く注釈された /5(51).
  3. Sep 16,  · referencing The Spider's Lullabye, LP, Album, Ltd, Pic, RE, My favourite album & the one that introduced me to King! This looks and sounds amazing just as good as the cd version, Also Andy Laroque really did a good job remastering the /5().
  4. KING DIAMOND - Spider's Lullabye (LP) The Spider's Lullabye is the sixth studio album by King Diamond originally released in Unlike other King Diamond albums, it is not a full concept album. Only half the songs form a single plot.
  5. The Spider's Lullabye is the sixth studio album by King Diamond released in Unlike other King Diamond albums, it is not a full concept album. Only half the songs form a single plot. It was also the first King Diamond album to be released on the Metal Blade label.
  6. KING DIAMOND – The Spider’s Lullabye – Deluxe Edition King Diamond just released a re-mastered version of one of his most solid albums of the 90s, The Spider’s Lullabye – Deluxe Edition, via Metal Blade Records on November 27,
  7. 'In Concert ' special edition cd and lp reissues coming May 15th via Metal Blade Records. The vinyl editions feature spined sleeves with an insert and download card; the CDs contain a mini-LP CD-insert with a small fold-out poster.
  8. The Spider's Lullabye by King Diamond is far from his best work. It is a well recorded album and has some real good musicianship. However the production is not the best and some of the songs are not as great as they could of been. With that said, I still think that this album is worth having for King Diamond /5(29).
  9. King Diamond's "The Spider's Lullabye" drops the concept album idea that he stuck with for his past four albums and goes back to the idea for his debut album ("Fatal Attraction"): a half-concept album. The first half of the tracks act as short stories while the second half form a plot.