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8 thoughts on “ The Haunting - Symphony X - The Damnation Game (CD, Album)

  1. Symphony X has since moved away from such practices in recent years, which makes it all the more interesting to hear here. The compositions are decidedly compact in length, what with the fact that none of the tracks crack the nine-minute mark, and with only nine songs in total, The Damnation Game is the shortest album by the band to date.
  2. The Damnation Game is a music studio album recording by SYMPHONY X (Progressive Metal/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes The Damnation Game's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and /5(17).
  3. Jun 27,  · Symphony X - The Damnation Game () Album Photo by Necrosanct. Format: CD. 10 likes. Zero Corporation, Master Volume Project. The Haunting () 7. Secrets () 8. The Damnation Game CD Photo. Kingdom. Album Reviews. Album Comments. Track Ratings. Album Photos. Lists. Lyrics.
  4. Jan 03,  · Artist: Symphony X Song: Secrets Album: The Damnation Game I don't own the content of this video. No copyright infringement is intended. I'm just a fan of the band.
  5. Aug 28,  · Symphony X; Album The Damnation Game (Special Edition) Writers Michael Romeo, Michael Pinnella; Symphony X - The haunting - Duration: SymphonyXmusic 22, views.
  6. The Damnation Game is the second studio album by progressive metal band Symphony X, released in through Zero Corporation (Japan) and Inside Out Music (Europe); a remastered edition was reissued on September 13, through Inside Out. The album is the band's first to feature current singer Russell Allen, who replaced Rod Tyler after the release of their self-titled debut tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo: Progressive metal, neoclassical metal.
  7. "The Damnation Game" is certainly an improvement over Symphony X's self-titled debut album. The songwriting is more controlled, the production is better (though still leaves something to be desired), and most importantly, this album marks the arrival of vocalist Russell Allen.

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