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Shadow Reichenstein

Werewolf Order

Fiend Force 18

Released on June 28, 2005

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Borgo Pass  0%
2 Dracula Voted #1  33%
3 Wereworld Order Voted #2  25%
4 It's Halloween  8%
5 Walkin' The Dead Voted #3  21%
6 Tombstone...Call From The Grave  8%
7 Be My Victim  4%
8 It's Too Late  0%
9 Bela Was A Junkie  0%
10 In Search Of Loose Dirt  0%
11 Concrete Shoes  0%
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Drew from Clovis, CA 
Oct 22 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What an excellent cd. The song 'Dracula' is a great way to start off any horror/goth-rock album.

Each song has an almost hypnotic feel to it, as the guitar and bass will pump out the same exciting riff, but while switching octaves. It's amazing what Shadow can do by using the same chord progression.

If you've only heard one or two songs by Sir Shadow Reichenstein III, and were not too impressed by it, I still recommend that you buy this cd. I had only heard 'Bela Was a Junkie' and was not all that fond of the song, but this cd made me see this band in a whole new light.

Join the Werewolf Order!!!

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Matthew from Chicago, IL 
Feb 23 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

With a band like Shadow Reichenstein, I would have still bought this cd if it had half the tracks it does on this album. Something about they're music, kinda brings me back to the days when the strange and macabe was everything that entertained you as a child. [Not as if they still dont, but you get the point]. It definately puts you in a ghoulish trance, left listening to every lyric. A step up from its first release "Its Monster Rock", it can only mean one thing...Shadow is here to stay.

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Scott from West Jordan, UT 
Feb 8 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

solid album, gets repetitive in spots though. 'dracula' is a killer tune, one of my favorites. i probably would have given this a 5 if i was writing this review right after i bought it. but having it for a year, i dont listen to the full cd that much, but certain songs stay in rotation. recommended.

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