YNGWIE J. MALMSTEEN — Trilogy

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Album · 1986

Tracklist

1. You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget (4:31)
2. Liar (4:10)
3. Queen in Love (4:06)
4. Crying (5:03)
5. Fury (3:56)
6. Fire (4:13)
7. Magic Mirror (3:53)
8. Dark Ages (3:57)
9. Trilogy Suite Op: 5 (7:17)

Total Time: 41:10

Line-up/Musicians

- Yngwie J. Malmsteen / guitars, bass, taurus pedals
- Mark Boals / vocals
- Jens Johansson / keyboards
- Anders Johansson / drums

About this release

Label: PolyGram Records, Inc.

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SouthSideoftheSky
Fury, fire and magic mirrors!

As the title implies, Trilogy is Yngwie Malmsteen's third album. While the three first tracks are similar to the more commercial songs from the disappointing previous album Marching Out (most notably I'll See The Light Tonight and Don't Let It End), this album is overall a much stronger effort. The instrumentals Crying and Trilogy Suite, Op. 5 are almost as strong as the excellent material from the first album.

Anyone who thinks that Yngwie Malmsteen cannot be subtle should listen to the beautiful Crying. Following that lovely instrumental piece comes four strong shorter up-tempo songs in Fury, Fire, Magic Mirror and Dark Ages and the album culminates in the brilliant Trilogy Suite which is the piece that most resembles the brilliant debut both in style and quality; this is Neo-Classical Metal at its best with light speed guitar playing in full Classical fashion with Metal drums and excellent keyboards from the great Jens Johansson. The acoustic middle section is lovely. It is very easy to see where Symphony X gets their main inspiration from!

This is one of Yngwie Malmsteen's very best albums and an excellent addition to any collection that already holds the classic debut.

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