Blessing in Disguise

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Annotation

Original Release 07 February 1989
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Annotation last modified on 2023-08-10 17:10 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Fake Healer
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
membranophone:
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lead vocals:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
Fake Healer (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lyricist:
Kurdt Vanderhoof
composer:
Kurdt Vanderhoof and Craig Wells (guitarist)
5:56
2Rest in Pieces (April 15, 1912)
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
membranophone:
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lead vocals:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
Rest in Pieces (April 15, 1912) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lyricist:
Kurdt Vanderhoof
composer:
Kurdt Vanderhoof and Craig Wells (guitarist)
6:39
3Of Unsound Mind
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
membranophone:
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lead vocals:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
Of Unsound Mind (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lyricist:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer)
composer:
Craig Wells (guitarist)
4:45
4Anthem to the Estranged
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
membranophone:
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lead vocals:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
Anthem to the Estranged (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lyricist:
Kurdt Vanderhoof
composer:
Kurdt Vanderhoof and Craig Wells (guitarist)
9:33
5Badlands
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
drums (drum set):
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lead vocals:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
Badlands (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lyricist:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) and Kurdt Vanderhoof
composer:
Kurdt Vanderhoof and Craig Wells (guitarist)
47:24
6The Spell Can’t Be Broken
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
membranophone:
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lead vocals:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
The Spell Can't Be Broken (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lyricist:
Kurdt Vanderhoof
composer:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer), Kurdt Vanderhoof and Craig Wells (guitarist)
6:49
7It’s a Secret
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
membranophone:
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
It's a Secret (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
composer:
Craig Wells (guitarist)
3:49
8Cannot Tell a Lie
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
membranophone:
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lead vocals:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
Cannot Tell a Lie (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lyricist:
Kurdt Vanderhoof
composer:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer), Kurdt Vanderhoof and Craig Wells (guitarist)
4:18
9The Powers That Be
assistant engineer:
Trish Finnegan and Brian Stover
engineer and producer:
Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
mixer:
Joe Alexander (Engineer) and Terry Date (American record producer and engineer)
bass guitar:
Duke Erickson (ex "Metal Church" member) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
guitar:
John Marshall (Metal guitarist/producer) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04) and Craig Wells (guitarist) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
membranophone:
Kirk Arrington (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lead vocals:
Mike Howe (Metal Church) (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
arranger:
Metal Church
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Elektra Entertainment (renamed from Elektra 1989–2004; revived as Elektra 2009-06-01) (in 1989)
recorded at:
Kajem/Victory Studios (An American recording studio and production facility.) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
recording of:
The Powers That Be (from 1988-08-29 until 1988-10-04)
lyricist:
Kurdt Vanderhoof
composer:
Kurdt Vanderhoof and Craig Wells (guitarist)
5:23