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Nevermore - The Politics Of Ecstasy


1Precognition (Instrumental)
2The Politics Of Ecstasy
3The Seven Tongues Of God
4The Tienanmen Man
5This Sacrament
7Next In Line
8The Learning


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MJCD1408Nevermore The Politics Of Ecstasy ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM)G"MM' Grammy International, Century MediaMJCD1408Thailand2006
D.I. 022Nevermore The Politics Of Ecstasy ‎(CD, Album)Del Imaginario DiscosD.I. 022Argentina2005
8274-2Nevermore The Politics Of Ecstasy ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, RM)Century Media8274-2US2006
FO447CDNevermore The Politics Of Ecstasy ‎(CD, Album)ФоноFO447CDRussia2005
noneNevermore The Politics Of Ecstasy ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Century Media noneBulgaria1997


  • BassJim Sheppard
  • DrumsVan Williams
  • GuitarJeff Loomis, Pat O'Brien
  • Lyrics ByWarrel Dane
  • Mastered ByJoe Gastwirt
  • Mixed ByNeil Kernon
  • ProducerNeil Kernon
  • Recorded ByNeil Kernon
  • VocalsWarrel Dane
  • Written By [Music] – Jeff Loomis (tracks: B3), Nevermore (tracks: A1 to B2, B4, B5)


Barcode: 7277017713213
Recorded at Village Productions, Tornillo, TX
Mastered at Ocean View Digital, L.A.
Black vinyl, printed inner sleeve



The Politics of Ecstasy is the second full-length studio album by ThrashPower Metal band Nevermore. It was released in 1996. The album is named after Timothy Leary's book of the same name. The first chapter of that book is entitled The Seven Tongues of God, which is the title of the first song on the album. There is a spoken word sample in the track Next In Line from the Adrian Lyne movie, Jacob's Ladder. All lyrics are written by Warrel Dane all music is composed by Jeff Loomis. The Politics of Ecstasy - Nevermore. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Songs in album Nevermore - The Politics Of Ecstasy 1996. Nevermore - The Seven Tongues of God. Nevermore - This Sacrament. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 2005 11 Songs. The Politics of Ecstasy Nevermore. Nevermore Country: USA Genre: ProgressiveThrash Metal Year: 1996 Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is free to Nevermore The Politics of Ecstasy The Seven Tongues of God, This Sacrament and more. 10 tracks 56:04. Release: 1996 01. The Seven Tongues of God 02. This Sacrament 03. Next in Line 04. Passenger 05. The Politics of Ecstasy 06. Lost 07. Tiananmen Man 08. Precognition 09. Nevermore's The Politics of Ecstasy is a solid power metal album, with touches of speed, thrash, and progressive metal mixed in. The band demonstrates both its political consciousness and stellar musicianship throughout. Track Listing. The Politics of Ecstasy. Show lyrics. loading lyrics. The Definitive Nevermore Album. December 17th, 2007. Overlong and Inconsistent. NEVERMORE LYRICS. album: The Politics Of Ecstasy 1996. The Seven Tongues Of God 2. This Sacrament 3. Next In Line 4. Passenger 5. The Politics Of Ecstasy 6. Lost 7. The Tiananmen Man 8. Precognition 9. The Learning. The Seven Tongues Of God. are the politics of ecstasy: I hate you , the pigs who turn the screws, I hate everything you stand for I hate the world we've bred, political pigs we've fed, our fathers left us nothing but a dead world Beyond repair down in despair, our fathers left us nothing Choking on the influx of technology I realize the politics of ecstasy. Band Name Nevermore USA-1. Album Name The Politics of Ecstasy. Type Album. Released date 1996. Labels Century Media. Music StylePower Metal. Members owning this album170. The Seven Tongues of God. This Sacrament. Next in Line. Tiananmen Man

Nevermore - The Politics Of Ecstasy
Performer: Nevermore
Genre: Rock
Title: The Politics Of Ecstasy
Country: Germany
Released: 1996
Style: Thrash, Heavy Metal
MP3 album: 2364 mb
FLAC album: 2657 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album
№ Cat: 77132-1
Label: Century Media

Does everyone's LP have the same (Side A) labels on both sides of the record?