|1||The Invisible Boy||5:12|
|2||The Gypsy Meets The Boy||4:15|
|3||The Great Misconceptions Of Me||9:43|
|4||Arena Of Pleasure||4:59|
|5||Chainsaw Charlie (Murders In The New Morgue)||7:48|
|6||I Am One||5:25|
|8||The Titanic Overture||3:31|
|10||Hold On To My Heart||4:22|
|none||W.A.S.P.||The Crimson Idol (Cass, Album, Promo, Adv)||Capitol Records||none||US||1992|
|none||W.A.S.P.||The Crimson Idol (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||King's Records||none||Bulgaria||1992|
|APC JVC 156||WASP||The Crimson Idol (Cass, Album)||Aquarius||APC JVC 156||Indonesia||1992|
|MG 2219||W.A.S.P.||The Crimson Idol (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||MG Records||MG 2219||Poland||1992|
|PCSD 118, EKPL-0246||W.A.S.P.||The Crimson Idol (LP, Album)||Parlophone, EMI / Kemongsa Music Ltd.||PCSD 118, EKPL-0246||South Korea||1992|
- Art Direction, Design – Kosh Brooks Design
- Drums – Frankie Banali, Stet Howland
- Engineer [Assistant] – Ross Robinson
- Engineer, Mixed By – Mikey Davis
- Lead Guitar – Bob Kulick
- Management – Andy Taylor , Rod Smallwood
- Mastered By – Ian Cooper
- Photography By – Gene Kirkland
- Vocals, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Bass, Keyboards – Blackie Lawless
- Written By, Composed By, Arranged By, Producer – Blackie Lawless
Recorded and mixed at Fort Apache Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA.
℗ 1992 The Copyright in this sound recording is owned by Sanctuary Productions Ltd. under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc.
© 1992 Sanctuary Productions Ltd.
- Barcode: 07777-99443-2 3
- Matrix / Runout: 99443-2 MO L3227K Y 1-1-2 CAPITOL JAX
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sanctuary Productions Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Sanctuary Productions Ltd.
- Licensed To – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Published By – Zomba Enterprises, Inc.
- Recorded At – Fort Apache
- Mixed At – Fort Apache
- Pressed By – Capitol Jax
The Crimson Idol - . Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Crimson Idol. released internationally in 1992 through Parlophone and on May 24, 1993 in the United States through Capitol Records. The album charted within the top 40 in five countries. It is a rock opera, telling the story of the rise and fall of a fictional rock star named Jonathan Steel. In 2018, Napalm Records released a re-recording. The Crimson Idol 1992. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The story of The Crimson Idol revolves around a teenager named Jonathan. He is the son of William and Elizabeth Steel, and brother of Michael Steel. Michael is the favored son of his parents, but Jonathan is a complete failure in their eyes. Jonathan plays the stolen crimson-colored guitar as often as he can in order to obtain money to record an album. He then meets a man named Chainsaw Charlie, the president of a major record label. Charlie promises to make Jonathan a star, and introduces him to Alex Rodman, who will become his manager. The Crimson Idol was the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band . originally released by Capitol Records in 1992 1993 in the United States. The album is a concept album, telling the story of the rise and fall of a fictional rock star named Jonathan Steel. The album took nearly three years to complete, and was originally recorded as a Blackie Lawless solo album, but Lawless bowed to fan pressure and released it under the . The Crimson Idol World Tour unusually took place 15 years after the release of the album to mark its 15th anniversary, starting read more. The album was originally intended to be accompanied by a movie, with several hundred hours of film that were shot to create approximately 50 minutes of movie footage. The movie was not released at the time, but some 25 years later, with ReIdolized The Soundtrack to the Crimson Idol. Recording information: Recorded and mixed at Fort Apache Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA. Between 1990-1992, little was heard from one of the 1980s' most theatrical metal bands, . Many assumed they'd broken up, especially when it became publicly known that the entire band had split from leader Blackie Lawless the most surprising departure being longtime guitarist Chris Holmes. But the truth of the matter was that Lawless was hard at work the entire time, composing an epic concept album, 1993's The Crimson Idol, which told the tale of a tormented rock star, Jonathan. Album 1992 23 Songs. Тяжелый рок 1992. Слушайте The Crimson Idol от . The Story Of Jonathan Prologue To The Crimson Idol Bonus TrackSingle B. Phantoms In The Mirror Bonus TrackSingle B. The Eulogy Bonus TrackSingle B. When The Levee Breaks Live Acoustic - Bonu. The Idol Live Live Acoustic - Bonu