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Impellitteri – Stand in line [1988; Japanese pressing]

September 25th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

■ Genre: (Neoclassical) Guitar Virtuoso/Heavy Metal
■ Audio Format: FLAC level 8, v1.2.1 / mp3 VBR V0, LAME v3.98.2
■ Included: nfo, log, sfv, m3u, Booklet, CD, Tray card, Obi
■ Playing Time: 00:35:26
■ Size: 250,70/76,53 MB
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  1. September 25th, 2009 at 08:55 | #1

    It is the late 80s and I have just discovered Yngwie through a “Best of 198x” collection released exclusively for the domestic [Greek] market.
    The catchy as Hell “You don’t remember, I’ll never forget” is ringing in my ears and I simply can’t get it out of my head!
    A few weeks later I have “Rising Force”, “Marching out” and “Trilogy” in my possession yet my hunger for this new genre which would later be named *Neoclassical Metal* is increasing.
    I desperately need more of these harmonic minor scales, Malmsteen has opened up my appetite…

    I can’t quite remember if it was a friend’s recommendation or a magazine review; all I know is I ended up with “Stand in line” in my hands.
    It was one of those really heavyweight vinyls, typical Music For Nations release – I still have it actually.
    Chris Impellitteri was exactly what I was looking for.
    Better yet, the band bearing his name had Graham Bonnet in its ranks, a singer with years of experience on the scene and a “big set of cojones” 😛
    Funny thing, at that time I wasn’t aware of Bonnet’s collaboration with Malmsteen in Alcatrazz.
    In any case, the result fully justified my expectations; for what it’s worth I believe “Stand in line” is (almost) equal to “No parole from Rock ‘n’ Roll” [remember, the latter is considered a *classic*]

    Now, given I no longer play records -my pickup turntable remains unused for I don’t know how many years-, I felt it was about time to get this gem on CD.
    So, I spot this near-mint condition Japanese pressing on eBay at a reasonable price [$2 or $3 more than the non-imports] and close the deal.
    Want to know what happened? The very same day my order arrived, I stumbled upon a luxurious digipack reissue by Century Media featuring 4 extra tracks [the “Black EP”].
    It would only cost €1~€1½ more, an added amount I’d be happy to give for such an edition.
    Now you know which one you should buy…

    Impellitteri at Wikipedia
    “Stand in line” at RateYourMusic
    “Stand in line” at Discogs

    Record Label: CBS/Sony Japan/Relativity Combat
    Catalogue Number: 25DP 5084
    UPC: 4988009611457
    Rights Society: JASRAC [Japan]
    Mastering SID Code: IFPI L274
    Matrix/Runout: DPA-600 2
    Mould SID Code: IFPI 451A

    01. Stand in line [4:35]
    02. Since you’ve been gone [3:59]
    03. Secret lover [3:27]
    04. Somewhere over the rainbow [5:25]
    05. Tonight I fly [3:52]
    06. White and perfect [4:24]
    07. Leviathan [3:52]
    08. Goodnight and goodbye [3:13]
    09. Playing with fire [2:40]
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  2. Jefferson
    November 9th, 2011 at 14:00 | #2

    Excellent! Sounds like good ol’ Yngwie Malmsteen. I like it.

  3. Alejandro
    November 20th, 2013 at 20:30 | #3

    ¡Gracias bro, excelente banda la andaba buscando!

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