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Deeler

by Deeler

A spiritual debut album from St. Louis' own Progressive Metal band "Deeler", released in 1989.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Back from the Storm / Deeler
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2. Burning Horizons
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6:22 $0.99
3. 227 / Jay's Drum Solo
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4:30 $0.99
4. Persecution!
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5. Take Command
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6. The Pain of Looking Back
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7. Wild Cards 1
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Deeler's self-titled first album was recorded in 1988 & 1989 at IMAGITRAX Studio in St. Louis, MO. It is a mix of styles, from radio-friendly metal ("Take Command", "Burning Horizons") and storytelling Progressive Hard Rock ("Back From The Storm", "Deeler", "Persecution!"), to experimental ("Wild Cards 1", "227"). The overall tone of the album is decidedly spiritual, as it was dedicated to a band member who died in a tragic accident. Featured musicians included Joe Weir (Bass, Vocals, Guitars), Dino Phillips (Drums), Don Engelmeyer (Guitar) and Ryan Theiss (Guitar). The album got a very positive review at the time in Spotlight Magazine, and some tracks received airplay on a couple of St. Louis radio stations for a time, while the band worked to gig furiously to back it up.


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