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Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Add Comment. Live 22 Wicked Mystic More Albums. Alison Hell 2. Alison Hell Live 3. Blackest Day 4. Blackest Day Live 5. Clown Parade 6. Clown Parade Live 7. Fun Palace Live 8. I Am in Command 9. King of the Kill King of the Kill Live It has an outstanding groove to it.
Phoenix Rising - One of the highlights of the album. A beutifully soaring acoustic ballad that sends shivers down the spine! Waters showcases his talent to the Nth degree on this one! This is a good straight forward rock song, typical Annihilator! It's got good energy to it. Souns Good To Me - Another ballad, but this is an upbeat one. Very pleasant and radio friendly. The Edge - This is more hard rock, then metal.
A straight forward, catchy rock anthem. This the other song I'm not too crazy about, it's still OK, I guess. Brain Dance - Even Jeff Waters admits that this is one of his most challenging guitar parts. This is another highlight off of this album. I can understand how many people were disappointed when this album came out in Metal was on the decline, and Annihilator became progressively lighter with their 3rd album, but Jeff Waters' song-writing skills still shine through on STWOF.
After a decade, I still listen to this CD on a regular basis, because it's just that good! One person found this helpful. There are 22 customer reviews and 24 customer ratings.
See all 22 customer reviews. Write a customer review. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Alice In Hell. King Of The Kill [Explicit]. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. So, what could he do about that? His first move was to hire a new singer. So, off you go Pharr and welcome Aaron Randal.
Two more musicians with hard rock influences came in; guitarist Neil Goldberg and drummer Mike Mangini. Then he found a catchy title for their album; Set the World on Fire, and put his girlfriend on the cover. A guaranteed way to draw attention. Then he focused on the music and the result came out in August What one will notice right away is how different Randal is from his predecessors.
But still he seems as a combination of those two. He shows that he possesses a strong dose of melodic touch in his voice, especially in songs like the cool Sounds Good to Me or even better in the wonderful ballad called Phoenix Rising which by the way, has THE most beautiful acoustic guitar.
He is damn good! Set The World… is the hit of the album, characterized by heavy, sharp guitars and killing drums. The two newcomers have adjusted perfectly to the bands requirements and show that they have the skills to play heavy metal if they are asked. And they are. In the track No Zone which is very fast and breathe taking.
Bats in The Belfry is also quite heavy though not as fast as No Zone. Strangely enough, this one could have perfectly been recorded for the Never Neverland LP. The great moments of the disc are completed with a strange song called Knight Jumps Queen. As usual his fingers are on fire, creating fast and complicated themes. The lyrics here are about a man and a woman playing a game of chess. Or something more if bare in mind the sexual innuendo hidden behind them. Anyway, the remaining songs are not particularly good.
They are there just to fill the space. It was merely a good release with some great, medium and even bad songs. It just kept them on the surface. If you can spare the money, give it a chance, otherwise you might as well borrow it from a friend.
Bands come to end of a golden era of classic albums. Once again, the band features an almost entirely new lineup including vocalist Aaron Randall. As much as I like Randalls voice, it still doesn't prevent this album from being a disappointment.
Annihilator guitarist and mastermind Jeff Waters went from writting amazing songs to suddenly falling off a cliff. The guitar playing is nothing special and is merely average at best. The drums and bass don't standout at all. Singer Aaron Randall is a good singer, but his voice just isn't suited for Annihilator. Jeff Waters decided to go for a more commercial and poppy sound for this album. With this album, you get virtually none of that. Instead, you get boring and stupid songs.
While the title track is one hell of a song and No Zone and Knight Jumps Queen are kickass tunes, the rest of the album fails to meet that. The thrash is almost non existant. It's just lame commercial metal songs and stupid ballads. I love ballads. Never, Neverland was an amazing ballad and is one of Annihilators classics.
Two consistant terrible songs almost ruined the album for me. Thankfully, it was saved by Knight Jumps Queen. Sounds Good To Me sounds really good opening up, but when the vocals come in, I can already tell it was going to be another awful ballad. It's not a heavy metal song. It's a fucking POP song!! The Edge, Don't Bother Me, and Brain Dance all open up with some promise with the latter having some killer guitar work, but overall they are just mediocer filler tracks.
I knew this album wasn't going to be a masterpiece but I didn't know it was going to be this bad. This was worse than Annihilator's latest album, the average-at-best "Metal". The only thing I can say that is possitive about it is the title track, which when seeing the music video, shows decieving promise.
Avoid this album at all costs. There have been a good number of appeals in favor of this album stating that it is good for what it is, which would be a rather strong argument if one could actually nail down just what this album is stylistically. By themselves, these songs sound fairly standard enough, but a band putting all of these onto the same studio album definitely starts to get a little out there.
The ironic thing is that what occupies the rest of the album gets extremely strange considering the influences already accounted for. It starts off with this pretty unrelated intro, before kicking into a fairly consistent soft rock groove. It basically flows in a mid-tempo fashion with a low end, bass driven atmosphere that also occasionally showed itself on early 90s Megadeth and Vio-Lence.Annihilator - Set the World On Fire (live) Lyrics. I shall give the vision of what is meant to be All you have to know is that I hold the master key I know your weakness and I can see your pa.