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Hammerfall|I Want Out

I Want Out

HAMMERFALL

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Welcoming ex-Helloween/current Gamma Ray guitarist Kai Hansen, a guiding influence on the late-'90s power-metal revival, Hammerfall pays tribute to both Helloween and Ronnie James Dio-era Rainbow with a cover version apiece on the stopgap EP I Want Out. It's an excellent introduction for fans of the newer bands who want to start digging deeper into the roots of the sound.
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I Want Out
00:04:36

Kai Hansen, Composer, Author - HAMMERFALL, Artist, MainArtist

1999 Nuclear Blast 1999 Nuclear Blast

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At the End of the Rainbow
00:04:05

HAMMERFALL, Artist, MainArtist - Joacim Cans, Composer, Author - Oscar Dronjak, Composer - Andreas Mück, Composer

1999 Nuclear Blast 1999 Nuclear Blast

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Man on the Silver Mountain
00:03:25

Ritchie Blackmore, Composer, Author - Ronnie James Dio, Composer, Author - HAMMERFALL, Artist, MainArtist

1999 Nuclear Blast 1999 Nuclear Blast

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Welcoming ex-Helloween/current Gamma Ray guitarist Kai Hansen, a guiding influence on the late-'90s power-metal revival, Hammerfall pays tribute to both Helloween and Ronnie James Dio-era Rainbow with a cover version apiece on the stopgap EP I Want Out. It's an excellent introduction for fans of the newer bands who want to start digging deeper into the roots of the sound.
© Steve Huey /TiVo

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