The Spider's Lullabye by King Diamond, released 06 June 1995 1. From the Other Side 2. Killer 3. The Poltergeist 4. Dreams 5. Moonlight 6. Six Feet Under 7. The Spider's Lullabye 8. Eastmann's Cure 9. Room 17 10. To the Morgue. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
This is the first King Diamond studio album to not feature a continuous lyrical theme throughout the album. Rights Society: GEMA. Matrix, Runout (CD 1): A0102588247-0102 15 A00. Mastering SID Code (CD 1): IFPI L555.
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Band Name King Diamond. Album Name The Spider's Lullabye. 版公司 Metal Blade Records. You've got it all here on The Spider's Lullaby. Some of Kings prettiest music with some of the ugliest Themes. The irony of beautiful music and vocals alternating with such ugly Themes as killers on death row, poltergeists, dreams from witches, spells, etc. On the second half of this album, the main Theme is a story about spiders and a mental patient. This whole album takes a humorous approach, but the talent and the beauty of the music make this an awesome album. This is classic King Diamond. Other productions from King Diamond.
The Spider's Lullabye. Perhaps his best album since the classic Abigail, King Diamond's The Spider's Lullaby is another inspired goth rock opera containing some of his most melodic and tightly written songs. The album is produced in typical King Diamond fashion, with loads of layered vocals, creepy atmospherics and state of the art Eurometal musicianship from the band. Underrated guitarist Andy LaRocque delivers plenty of hair-raising neoclassical solos, and newcomer Herb Simonsen is no slouch himself. Check out "From the Other Side" for a slice of near-perfect King Diamond craftsmanship
CD 1 01. From the Other Side 02. Killer 03. The Poltergeist 04. Dreams 05. Moonlight 06. Six Feet Under 07. The Spider’s Lullaby 08. Eastmann’s Cure 09. CD 2 01. Moonlight (Demo) 02. From the Other Side (Demo) 03. The Spider’s Lullabye (Demo) 04.
The Spider’s Lullabye Lyrics. In a little cottage, in the country side Lives a man called harry, and he is losing his mind. hear the spider's lullabye. It's really sad for harry, he finds a spider scary Even the smallest species, will make him feel uneasy Oh, they live in every corner Oh, and here comes the summer. gotta kill it! Soon to be another creamy spot. As he woke up this morning, there was a spider crawling He felt the big suprise, before it caught his eyes Oh, in between his face Oh, and his pillow case.
Listen free to King Diamond – The Spider's Lullabye (From The Other Side, Killer and more). This album is not a whole concept like most of the band's releases. Instead the first 6 tracks are each a short story unconnected to each other, and the last 4 form the plot of "The Spider's Lullabye" Song/Album Stories/Concepts: From the Other Side tells about the protagonist's struggle with an out-of-body experience, forcing himself to come back to life before it's too late . Instead the first 6 tracks are each a short story unconnected to each other, and the last 4 form the plot of "The Spider's Lullabye". Song/Album Stories/Concepts
The Spider’s Lullabye, King Diamond’s first release on Metal Blade Records (he was previously on Roadrunner), is a far cry from Abigail, but it more than makes up for some disappointing releases in between. The first half of The Spider’s Lullabye is surprisingly not an entire concept, but instead a collection of short stories. The first thing to note about them is that they aren’t as well-written as we are accustomed to, but are entertaining nonetheless. Due to frequent low-pitched vocals applied here, essentially the entire album is comprehensible. The second half of the album deals with a man named Harry who has the misfortune of having a terrible case of arachnophobia. Harry finds a doctor to help rid him of his phobia, but the treatment sessions quickly turn for the worse when Harry is tortured with spiders. Again, these stories aren’t supposed to be deep and life changing, and they aren’t.