9 thoughts on “ Outcast - Screamer (5) - Target: Earth (CD, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Target: Earth on Discogs/5(8).
  2. 10 rows · Oct 14,  · referencing Target: Earth, LP, Album, NRR52 This is by no means bad, but /5(44).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Target Earth on Discogs/5(3).
  4. This album had been out of print and out of circulation for years. In New Renaissance Records saw fit to re-release "Target: Earth" on CD in a limited, numbered edition, run. Mine is copy # Unfortunately the label didn't see fit to have this album remastered, so the mastering is .
  5. Description. SCREAMER from Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA need no introduction. Their album “Target: Earth” is widely considered one of the greatest early QUEENSRYCHE styled power metal albums of the 80’s, featuring sci-fi lyrics, killer guitars and rhythm section and the distinctive high pitched singing reminiscent of top singers like Geoff Tate, Tom Malicoat etc.
  6. Wisconsin based, Screamer's stealth Target: Earth album comes off as a distilled scientific experiment in dark progressive rock while leaning on Euro metal masters. Screamer's driving force, guitarists Michael Schantek and Ronny Valeo power the effort, while front man Bill Carter does his best to imitate the 'rÿche's mighty vocalist Geoff Tate.
  7. Nov 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Virtual Label LLC Outcast · Screamer · Screamer Target Earth ℗ New Renaissance Records Released on: Composer: Bill Car.
  8. Feb 12,  · American band Screamer, formed in and released their first album three years later with the name: "Target Earth". They are excellent representatives of progressive power .
  9. SCREAMER from Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA need no introduction. Their album "Target: Earth" is widely considered one of the greatest early QUEENSRYCHE styled power metal albums of the 80's, featuring sci-fi lyrics, killer guitars and rhythm section and the distinctive high pitched singing reminiscent of top singers like Geoff Tate, Tom Malicoat etc.

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