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Marching Out
Yngwie Malmsteen
Marching Out
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
  •  Track Listings (11) - Disc #1

Japanese only remastered SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) pressing packaged in a paper sleeve. Universal. 2008.

      
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All Artists: Yngwie Malmsteen
Title: Marching Out
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Fontana Polydor
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Style: Rock Guitarists
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 042282573322

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Japanese only remastered SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) pressing packaged in a paper sleeve. Universal. 2008.

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He's a Viking.......I guess????
Graboidz | Westminster, Maryland | 04/25/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I was a big fan of Yngwie Malmsteen's third album "Trilogy" so I picked up his other acclaimed 80's disks. Of the first 3, I have to say "Marching Out" is the weakest. The songs are repetitive, and nothing really stands out on the disk except for the single "I'll See The Light Tonight". The rest of the disk features some decent guitar work, but it's almost like Malmsteen's guitar is wedged into songs where it doesn't really fit. Tunes like "Disciples of Hell", "Anguish and Fear" and "I Am A Viking" are just calling out for a slow, Black Sabbath like guitar track as opposed to Malmsteen's blisting hair-metal-esque style. There is plenty of talent here for sure, but it's not channeled in the right direction. "Trilogy" seemed to capture the band at the top of their game, and everything came together. "Marching Out" feels as if the band is still trying to find their sound."
Evolution of his original vision
CJ | Georgia, USA | 07/10/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This the 2nd of Yngwie's "Holy Trilogy", i.e., his widely praised first 3 albums. There is clearly growth here artistically and a nice leap forward from the primitive production and engineering on his first album, Rising Force.

Besides being slammed full of his neoclassical licks and song structures (which were truly a step forward for the rock world at that time), there were cool atmospheric moments like "Prelude", the intro to "A Soldier Without Faith" and "Marching Out". The lyrical subject matter on his first 3 albums definitely didn't show any concern for pop rock conventions at all, mostly sticking to a kind of medieval fantasy theme as was very popular in the mid '80s, with music and imagery perfectly matched to it.

To new Yngwie listeners----make sure you have the first 3 albums and then you can make up your mind as to what you think about Yngwie J. Malmsteen. The first 3 capture his purest essence, as any longtime fan can tell you!"