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Grapow, Roland - 1999 Kaleidoscope
Former Helloween guitarist Roalnd Grapow features on this neo-classical spread called 'Kaleidoscope', with an excellent support cast.

Helloween - 1985 Helloween Mini LP
This Mini LP is the place where the history of German metallers Helloween begun.

Helloween - 1985 Walls Of Jericho
Here's an extended review from Chris, looking at Helloween's first full studio album from 1985.. 'Walls Of Jericho'.

Helloween - 1988 Keeper Of The Seven Keys - Part II
All Helloween's albums up to this are classics. 'Keeper II' is Helloween's creme de la creme.

Helloween - 2003 Rabbit Don't Come Easy
Though the German band are regarded as legends within the metal community, which I'm not disputing, I personally couldn't quite get into their quirky style of melodic speed metal. The last album I heard of theirs was 'Better Than Raw', an album I didn't enjoy at all. Also, I wasn't too enthused with Andi Deris's vocal delivery, in comparison to his Pink Cream 629 days. So it came as quite a surprise to me when I found myself thoroughly enjoying their brand new album 'Rabbit Don't Come Easy'.

Helloween - 2010 7 Sinners
I was ready to be bored by this album, but I was anything but. This is metal through and through and this is the best album I've heard from the band. It's good to hear Helloween in such fine form and in a year full of quality releases here's yet another, joining fellow German legends Accept as one of 2010's best.