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  • Performer: Black Widow
  • Album: See's The Light Of Day
  • FLAC: 1227 mb | MP3: 1822 mb
  • Released: 2012
  • Country: Italy
  • Style: Prog Rock
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Black Widow  - See's The Light Of Day album flac

Tracklist

Return To The Sabbat LP
A1 In Ancient Days
A2 Way To Power
A3 Come To The Sabbat
A4 Conjuration
B1 Seduction
B2 Attack Of The Demon
B3 Sacrifice
Live In Milan 1973 LP
C1 In Ancient Days
C2 I Whish To Would
C3 Come To The Sabbat
D1 Mary Clark
D2 Legend Of Creation
D3 Sacrifice
Unreleased Tracks LP
E Daddy Babe
F1 Madman's Song
F2 The Devil's Lair
F3 Mary Clark

Notes

1st. LP: Return To The Sabbat
2nd. LP: Live In Milan 1973
3rd. LP (which is a 10") : Unreleased Tracks

150 copies (with poster & card)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BWRCD 145-2 Black Widow See's The Light Of Day ‎(2xCD) Black Widow Records BWRCD 145-2 Italy 2012
BWR 145 Black Widow See's The Light Of Day ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Red + 10", Ltd, Red) Black Widow Records BWR 145 Italy 2012

Too sad there is so little from Black Widow on youtube.

The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Repertoire Records").

Return To The Sabbat "Sacrifice Demo" 1969 1. In Ancient Days (9:28) 2. Way To Power (4:08) 3. Come To The Sabbat (4:11) 4. Conjuration (5:53) 5. Seduction (4:41) 6. Attack Of The Demon (3:47) 7. Sacrifice (10:48). Rare And Unreleased 8. Daddy Babe (12:00) 9. Madman's Song (3:46) 10. The Devil's Lair (2:49) 11. Mary Clark (4:01). Live In Milan 1971 12.

The next Black Widow studio album, Sleeping With Demons, had a 1980s new wave style Black Widow's most popular song "Come to the Sabbat" has been covered by many bands and artists including Timberjack (Top 10 hit in New Zealand in 1971), Jon the Postman, Bewitched, Death SS and Propagandhi  . See's the Light of Day (2012 Black Widow Records), live and studio performances recorded in 1971.

Black Widow is the eponymous second album by English rock band Black Widow. It was issued in 1971 on CBS Records (the same year Black Sabbath's Master of Reality was released) and was produced by Patrick Meehan Jr. On Black Widow, the occult-based lyrical themes that had dominated the band's debut disappeared. Tears & Wine" - 8:58 (Geoff Griffith, Jim Gannon, Kip Trevor, Romeo Challenger, Zoot Taylor). The Gypsy" - 4:33 (Gannon). Bridge Passage" - 0:30 (Griffith).

Prophecy Of The Black Widow is his sophomore LP and though the badass evil Italo goth-synth horror-score blueprint of Grave remains, the main variation is subtle vibe-shift from ‘70s ms into more early/mid-’80s new wave creep-scapes. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Prophecy of the Black Widow via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album.

Black Widow – Into The Light. Black Widow – Part Of A New Day. 4:43. Fitness Workout Hits – Black Widow. Black Widow – More Than A Day. 3:13. Black Widow – Problem (Got One Less Problem Without Ya).

SACRIFICE Vinyl Record. Temporarily Out of Stock. SACRIFICE CD. RUB1,126. SEE'S THE LIGHT OF DAY Vinyl Record.

Fuck!) (Right!) (Fire!) the fire is more right than my eyes Don't remain, go misplay, you're so, so wild (Traitor!) your vengeance night, yes, always for me Always now, once you know, widow. Chorus:) Fire: here I see the fire in my heart Traitor: hate your face, obey or you're gonna die Murder: murderer in you call me to die Oh yeah: I'll come back to you when I'm dead. Your voice is getting closer (today: fuck every day!) Sleep up in the night - the Lord doesn't matter in my fight Widow, tell me the reason. Chorus:) Fire: fire is into turning in my heart Traitor: hate your face, obey or you're gonna die Murder: praying on my knee, I saw her near, come here Fire: I'll come back to you when I'm dead. I'm dead: this is all, widow

Black Widow's eponymous second album was a conscious attempt on the band's part to scale back the satanic trappings that had dominated its debut, and, in the process, redirect the media's focus away from the controversy and onto the group's music