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Today the leading track "Somewhere Up In The Mountains" is considered to be a true genre classic. It's lyrics are quite unusual. Drummer Gary Pope explains how the song was originally created: "I wrote the lyrics and arranged it with my brother Kevin. To be honest, I thought it much too commercial for the NWOBHM. I do love a good hook/chorus. " According to Gary, Marquis de Sade (and their forerunner Mixdix) only ever recorded the two single tracks plus "Living In The Ice Age", "Welcome To The Graveyard" and "London Air". All six tracks that Marquis de Sade have ever recorded are featured on the High Roller album "Somewhere Up In The Mountains". As usual the material has been carefully re-mastered by Patrick W. Engel at this Temple Of Disharmony. Tracklisting:-Somewhere up in the Mountains-Black Angel-Welcome to the Graveyard-London Air-Living in the Ice Age -Somewhere up in the Mountains (Demo)
Today the leading track "Somewhere Up In The Mountains" is considered to be a true genre classic. It's lyrics are quite unusual. Drummer Gary Pope explains how the song was originally created: "I wrote the lyrics and arranged it with my brother Kevin. To be honest, I thought it much too commercial for the NWOBHM. I do love a good hook/chorus. " According to Gary, Marquis de Sade (and their forerunner Mixdix) only ever recorded the two single tracks plus "Living In The Ice Age", "Welcome To The Graveyard" and "London Air". All six tracks that Marquis de Sade have ever recorded are featured on the High Roller album "Somewhere Up In The Mountains". As usual the material has been carefully re-mastered by Patrick W. Engel at this Temple Of Disharmony. Tracklisting:-Somewhere up in the Mountains-Black Angel-Welcome to the Graveyard-London Air-Living in the Ice Age -Somewhere up in the Mountains (Demo)
4251267704965

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Format: CD
Label: HRIM
Rel. Date: 10/27/2023
UPC: 4251267704965

Somewhere Up In The Mountains
Artist: Marquis De Sade
Format: CD
New: Available $21.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Somewhere Up in the Mountains
2. Black Angel
3. Welcome to the Graveyard
4. London Air
5. Living in the Ice Age
6. Somewhere Up in the Mountains (Demo)

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Today the leading track "Somewhere Up In The Mountains" is considered to be a true genre classic. It's lyrics are quite unusual. Drummer Gary Pope explains how the song was originally created: "I wrote the lyrics and arranged it with my brother Kevin. To be honest, I thought it much too commercial for the NWOBHM. I do love a good hook/chorus. " According to Gary, Marquis de Sade (and their forerunner Mixdix) only ever recorded the two single tracks plus "Living In The Ice Age", "Welcome To The Graveyard" and "London Air". All six tracks that Marquis de Sade have ever recorded are featured on the High Roller album "Somewhere Up In The Mountains". As usual the material has been carefully re-mastered by Patrick W. Engel at this Temple Of Disharmony. Tracklisting:-Somewhere up in the Mountains-Black Angel-Welcome to the Graveyard-London Air-Living in the Ice Age -Somewhere up in the Mountains (Demo)
        
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