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Album Review

Malmsteen's playing on the follow-up to the epochal Rising Force is slightly more raw and aggressive, but the most notable difference is the addition of lyrics on many of the songs. By his own admission, Malmsteen isn't much of a lyricist, and his frequent use of occult and pagan imagery (demons, Vikings, and so on) isn't as effective at producing a dark, gothic mood as his compositions and guitar playing are. Still, those aspects of the album are vital and stimulating, making Marching Out a worthwhile listen.

Customer Reviews

Jeff Scott Soto

Guy below wrote that Jeff Scott Soto sang with Stryper? Pretty sure that's a false statement. I think he worked briefly with Brian May of Queen. And for a short while recently in 2007 he sang for Journey. I'm 98% sure that Jeff has never sung for Stryper... ha ha

The Master of Guitar!

I have loved Malmstein since the 80's and he still remains to be the master of ALL GUITARISTS! I love this singer too, I think I am a Viking is the best of Malmstein vocally. You wont be disappointed with this guy!

Old school metal

#2 is great radio song. #5 is a great metal anthem. All of yngwie stuff is good.

Marching Out, Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force
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