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Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 20, Steve Payne rated it really liked it Shelves: horror , short-stories.

I was lucky back in the early s that this was the very first horror collection that I bought and read, because it's one of the best.

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Starting with the production; it has a striking cover, is well bound with thick paper, and the atmospheric line illustrations by Lawrence Mynott on every title page there are 27 stories! It has many of my favourite stories of the genre. The best are LeFanu's 'G I was lucky back in the early s that this was the very first horror collection that I bought and read, because it's one of the best. Worth getting a hold of. Oct 17, Mark rated it really liked it. This very edition, a present from my mother when I was young.

I still own it. Quite a good collection. Feb 10, Pallavi Kulkarni rated it really liked it.

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Really scary! Had goosebumps when I read it. Maryam Alizadeh rated it it was amazing May 16, Chrissa Hibbitts rated it really liked it Feb 03, David rated it liked it Jan 01, Zsak Long rated it liked it Jun 03, Kiran Sandhu rated it really liked it Jun 12, Gwen rated it really liked it Feb 17, Maria Lago rated it really liked it Dec 30, Michael rated it really liked it Apr 09, Sophie rated it really liked it Apr 07, Kirst rated it really liked it Dec 13, And, if the first seven albums didn't let you down on those fronts, neither will Tales From Beyond.

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If you're looking for an enjoyable power metal ride, this album delivers well, and occasionally reaches even higher ground. For starters, the production is excellent, as the guitars have that trademark power metal punch and brightness while still retaining the ability to bring some heaviness for rhythm parts when needed. Markus Brinkmann's kit is well-balanced and cuts through the mix well, and Klaus Dirks' formerly grating-at-times voice continues to sound less and less annoying with each release by the band.

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There's less of a keyboard presence on the album here than in many previous Mob Rules releases, which isn't necessarily a bad thing; while the keys added plenty to many past Mob Rules tracks, their sonic identity adapts well to a more straight-ahead guitar-driven style. Much of the album is taken up by workmanlike, similar-sounding power metal fare.

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Mob Rules has developed their songwriting to the point where they rarely miss on choruses, so every song builds to something anthemic, with Dirks' soaring lead backed by quality layers of backing vocals and propulsive, energetic riffs and keys. There's plenty of room provided for guitar solos, which do a nice job showing energy and technicality while retaining good flow and staying true to the spirit of the songs surrounding them.

Given the band's typical focus on straightforward song structures, there's rarely much tripping up on the way to these climaxes--this is not a band that inspires much second-guessing, even when they introduce bagpipes! The downside to much of the material is that it begins to sound quite similar. There aren't any ballads here, and the tempo doesn't change much, nor do the arrangements. While Dirks' voice has always been quite high-pitched, he's never been one to go for the stratospheric high notes, so he's also a bit one-dimensional as a vocalist, sticking to quite a confined range in the upper-middle register, not dissimilar from James LaBrie's usual tessitura.

There are only so many ways to write a catchy hook at the same tempo in the same octave; by the time you hear the fourth or fifth slight reconfiguration, the impact doesn't hit as hard as it would otherwise. Fortunately, the band does provide two songs here that are more indelible than the tracks that sit beside them.

One is the late-album standout "Dust of Vengeance," which somehow manages to transcend the above paragraph by coming up with a rising chorus melody that is simply gorgeous. The other, surprisingly, is nine-minute opener "Dykemaster's Tale" yes, yes, I'll give everyone's inner teenager a moment to snicker at the title. I say "surprisingly" because the extended song format is something this band rarely has tried, and their occasional attempts "End of All Days" and such are hardly their strongest output.

But here, the band sandwiches their typical aggressiveness and tunefulness in between surprisingly effective quiet bookends. My Kingdom Come 6.

TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE PRESENTS: The Grandfather (Glow In The Dark) 12”

The Healer 7. Dust Of Vengeance 8. Dark cloaked foreseer he's always been The rider on the pale white horse [Outro] To this day the old tale is still told When a storm threatens the land and the sea rises wild by moonlit nights he's still riding his horse Taking care of his dyke, that he left for us all For us all 2. Somerled Is it right to ally with your rival? IS your freedom worth the price to pay?

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As the Red Hand died, it all led to war Viking blood in my veins drives me further, Scottish pride leads the way to be free Will the Kingdom of Isles be my destiny? Signs [Intro] Standing alone when the darkness fills my home And the rains washed all hope from my soul again They run in the heat of the sun, coming out of the blue I see them walking and longing for a story of truth The army of fire, a searching desire They'd better should follow golden rules [Bridge] There's a mirror on the wall reflecting every light There are writings on the floor, the shadows from behind?

See the writings on the wall a shadow from behind? See the mirror on the floor, like a cross in a morning light 4. On The Edge After the war when judgment has come We're ruling the evil of time Tearing apart what the years held as bond Are we brothers in arms when we die?

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