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Album Review

By the time of Eclipse, Yngwie Malmsteen's influence had spread far across the guitar community — dazzling technique was almost a prerequisite to play lead guitar in a heavy metal band, and places like the Berklee School of Music and GIT (which used such Malmsteen favorites as Beethoven and Paganini to hone technique) were churning out guitar virtuosos as if they operated assembly lines. The bottom line was that no matter how innovative Malmsteen had been at the outset of his career, he no longer sounded that way, even though as an originator he still far outstripped his legions of mimics. Thus, Eclipse sounds like a holding pattern — Malmsteen turns in a competent set of neo-classical rockers that achieve radio-ready status better than much of the material on Odyssey, but there isn't anything that sounds new here. Of course, Malmsteen fans wouldn't have it any other way.

Customer Reviews

It's all good

I read somewhere that yngwie spent to much time polishing this album in the studio. Well the songs are not ground breaking with the exception of bedroom eyes which rocks. However the whole album is good because it's like a movie with it's own emotional feal to it taking you into another world. With the exception of save our love. I hate that song.


Not only is this my favorite Yngwie album, it is one of my all time favorite records. The songs and song writing on this album are unbelievable. Yngwie's guitar playing is in top form and the vocalist, Goran Edmund, is his best. Edmund's voice is fantastic and works perfectly for Yngwie's style. Every song is a winner, especially Making Love, Bedroom Eyes, Save Our Love, Judas, and Faultline. You will be very happy with a purchase of this rockin' record.

A must have

Well as a yngwie fan I love the album but i've always hated song's with lyrics because theyre were such horibble lyrics. However this is an exception along with magnum opus, I actaully like the lyrics they are cheesy on some song's as with about any band. Point good music good lyrics definatly worth the money.


Born: June 30, 1963 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Yngwie Malmsteen is arguably the most technically accomplished hard rock guitarist to emerge during the '80s. Combining a dazzling technique honed over years of obsessive practice with a love for such classical composers as Bach, Beethoven, and Paganini, Malmsteen's distinctively Baroque, gothic compositional style and lightning-fast arpeggiated solos rewrote the book on heavy metal guitar. His largely instrumental debut album, Rising Force, immediately upped the ante for aspiring hard rock guitarists...
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