Rising Force Marching Out

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Yngwie Malmsteen - Rising Force: Marching Out

Yngwie Malmsteen - Rising Force: Marching Out by Yngwie Malmsteen
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation | 1987 | ISBN: 088188765X | 104 pages | PDF | 14,9 MB

Matching folio to the album, includings 10 songs, featuring: Don't Let It End * Disciples Of Hell …
Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Marching Out (1985)

Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Marching Out (1985)
Metal | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Polydor 825 733-2 | rel: 1985 | 390Mb

Malmsteen's playing on the follow-up to the epochal Rising Force is slightly more raw and aggressive, but the most notable difference is the addition of lyrics on many of the songs. By his own admission, Malmsteen isn't much of a lyricist, and his frequent use of occult and pagan imagery (demons, Vikings, and so on) isn't as effective at producing a dark, gothic mood as his compositions and guitar playing are. Still, those aspects of the album are vital and stimulating, making Marching Out a worthwhile listen.
Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Marching Out (1985) [2008, Japan SHM-CD]

Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Marching Out (1985) [2008, Japan SHM-CD]
Neo-Classical/Hard Rock | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 11 Tracks
Scans(Jpg 600dpi) -> 102 Mb | ~316 + 107 Mb | 3% Recovery | HF.com + SM.com
Universal Music | UICY-93548 | 2007 Remaster | Reissues

Malmsteen's playing on the follow-up to the epochal Rising Force is slightly more raw and aggressive, but the most notable difference is the addition of lyrics on many of the songs. By his own admission, Malmsteen isn't much of a lyricist, and his frequent use of occult and pagan imagery (demons, Vikings, and so on) isn't as effective at producing a dark, gothic mood as his compositions and guitar playing are. Still, those aspects of the album are vital and stimulating, making Marching Out a worthwhile listen. ~ Steve Huey
Yngwie J. Malmsteen - Rising Force: Live In Japan '85 (2006)

Yngwie J. Malmsteen - Rising Force: Live In Japan '85 (2006)
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, NTSC 4:3 (720:480), 29.97fps, 5184kbps | DD 2.0, 256kbps; DTS 5.1, 768kbps | 84min | 7500Mb
Metal | Universal UBO-1111 | rel: 2006 | covers

Inspired by the flamboyance of Hendrix, the digitally dextrous Swede started out playing in bands, but it wasn't long before he was putting his name (and what a name!) to line-ups skilled enough to support a six-string style that leans as much towards the world of classical music as that of rock. In the course of an ongoing career that encompasses ground-breaking music, global gigging, award winning albums, and as many front covers & critical backslaps as one lifetime can sensibly handle, Malmsteen has virtually reinvented the guitar as an instrument to be seen with - as this concert in the Land Of The Rising Sun clearly demonstrates…
Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Unleash The Fury (2005) (Enhanced CD)

Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Unleash The Fury (2005) (Enhanced CD)
Metal | 1cd | EAC Rip | Wv + Cue + Log | covers
SPV 99592 CD | rel: 2005 | 670Mb

Few that have ever picked up an electric guitar can do the things with it that Yngwie Malmsteen can. To label the six string shredder as a virtuoso is an understatement and his penchant for creating a variety of metal sounds stands as mightily as ever on his latest opus “Unleash The Fury.” Followers who reveled in the shred master’s “Trilogy” and “Odyssey” records will find that a similar fluid continuity runs deeply through this album.
Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force - Perpetual Flame (2008)

Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force - Perpetual Flame (2008)
Metal | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Rising Force RFR-CD-1 | rel: 2009 | 570Mb

Arguably, not since the days of Jeff Scott Soto has Yngwie Malmsteen shared the spotlight with a singer who possessed enough pizzazz to truly stand toe to toe with the Swedish six-string shredder. But on ol' Yng's 2008 release, Perpetual Flame, former Judas Priest/Iced Earth screecher Ripper Owens has signed on as the man behind the mike. And the result is Yngwie's best album in quite some time. Not only does it feature all the superhuman guitar acrobatics that you've long come to expect from the man who can probably sweep-pick arpeggios in his sleep, but it also features a chap who is known as an absolute vocal terrorizer within the realm of metal.
Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Attack!! (2002) (Japanese Edition)

Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Attack!! (2002) (Japanese Edition)
Metal | 1cd | EAC Rip | Wv + Cue + Log | covers
Canyon International, PCCY-01582 | rel: 2002 | 655Mb

Guitar virtuoso and heavy metal legend Yngwie Malmsteen is not subtle; 15 seconds into Attack!!'s opener, he fires off his first round of six-string artillery like a soldier left for dead, littering the earth with spent cartridges of neo-classical brutality. There's no denying his impressive chops – the instrumental "Baroque & Roll" is a veritable "horned-hand" seminar – but like all lecturers, Malmsteen goes on too long. He provides so much information to his weary students of rock that the unbridled joy of the subject gets lost.
Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Odyssey (1988)

Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Odyssey (1988)
Metal | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
PolyGram 835 451-2 | rel: 1988 | 450Mb

Sure enough, just as on Trilogy, the result is a spectacular, not to mention less self-indulgent, success. With new vocalist Joe Lynn Turner (who, despite lacking the edge of previous singer Mark Boals, makes up for it with a much stronger, more confident presence) in tow, Odyssey finds Malmsteen cutting synth-laden rock tunes like “Hold On,” “Crystal Ball,” and the borderline glam metal hit “Heaven Tonight.” Considering the sheer volume of criticism against Malmsteen’s ego, his songwriting is surprisingly pure: the main riffs are solid and rarely inflated, the vocal melodies demand most of the songs’ focus, and though he always throws in a blistering solo, he confines it to a traditional bridge section rather than wanking all throughout the song.
Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Rising Force (1984) REPOST

Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force - Rising Force (1984)
Metal | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Polydor 825324-2 | rel: 1988 | 305Mb

Rising Force was a revelation upon its release in 1984; Eddie Van Halen had introduced dazzling speed to the realm of rock guitar technique, and the compositions of Randy Rhoads had begun to fuse heavy metal with neo-classical influences, but no one before Yngwie Malmsteen was able to combine those elements with such blinding virtuosity. Malmsteen's innovative guitar style made Rising Force a mandatory primer for '80s metal guitarists, with its classical chord progressions and Malmsteen's use of harmonic minor scales, a wide vibrato imitative of classical violinists, and impossibly fast picking techniques, including the sweep-picked arpeggio (sort of a cross between strumming a chord and picking each note individually).
Rising Force - Birth Of The Sun (2002) [Powerline, PLRCD006]

Rising Force - Birth Of The Sun (2002) [Powerline, PLRCD006]
Neo-Classical Metal | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 6 Tracks
Covers Included | Powerline Records | PLRCD006 | ~347 + 136 Mb | 3% Recovery | HF + FileSonic

This album is probably one of the most unusual and yet inspiring albums ever released. Unusual, because although being released in 2002, the music on this album was actually composed twenty years previous. Inspiring because this album includes some of the best heavy guitar orientated yet classically influenced music that this world has ever seen…