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    Out of This World
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    Arena Rock,Hair Metal,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Scandinavian Metal
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    March, 1988 - June, 1988
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    Olympic Studios, London, England
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    1844 megabytes
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    1639 megabytes
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Out of This World is the fourth studio album by the Swedish rock band Europe. Released on 9 August 1988 through Epic Records, the album was a commercial success selling over 3 million units worldwide, peaking at number 19 on the US Billboard 200 chart and reaching high positions in charts worldwide. It was recorded at Olympic Studios and Townhouse Studios, London, England. Out of This World is the first Europe album to feature former Easy Action and Noice guitarist Kee Marcello.

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Out of this World is an album that had the impossible task to overcome the massive success of The Final Countdown, and while numbers showed it didn't accomplish such a daunting mission, the quality of the recording was enough to convince the people surrounding the band that this was the right direction, the one they believed in and the one that showed. the world what they were capable of: To create a hard rock classic that would stay for the ages to come. Fire! Orchestra Arrival.

Europe (Out of this world) скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Europe - Open Your Heart, Europe - Superstitious, Beyond - Europe, Europe - Out of this World, Europe - Just The Beginning 1988 (Out of this world) и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Europe Out Of This World Label Epic EPC 462449 1 Format Vinyl, LP, Album Country Europe Released 1988 Genre Rock Style Hard Rock Tracklist A1 Superstitious 4 35 A2 Let The Good Times Rock 4 04 A3 Open Your Heart 4 04 A4 More Than Meets The – Оцифровка групп. :00. EUROPE - Out Of This World (1988) – Coast To Coast. Europe (Joey Tempest) – Superstitious. Europe – Just The Beginning 1988 (Out of this world). Europe (Sweden) (Melodic Glam/Hard Rock) – Sign Of The Times (1988). Europe (Out of this World, 1986) – Never Say Die. 4:15.

Out of This World is the fourth studio album by the Swedish rock band Europe, originally released in 1988. Four singles were released from the album: "Superstitious", "Open Your Heart", "Let the Good Times Rock" and "More Than Meets the Eye". Superstitious" was the first single released from the album and is arguably one of Europe's most recognizable and popular songs. Out of This World was the band's follow up album to the successful album The Final Countdown (MOVLP1424) and became Europe's best-selling album in Switzerland


Rob Bozas - Assistant Engineer
Andy Bradfield - Assistant Engineer
Heidi Cannavo - Assistant Engineer
Europe - Primary Artist, Vocals (Background)
Lynn Goldsmith - Photography
Lynn Golsmith - Photography
Mats Grahn - Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Ian Haugland - Drums, Vocals (Background)
Paul Hume - Engineer, String Engineer
Paul Jamieson - Technician
John Leven - Guitar (Bass)
Bernard Maisner - Hand Lettering
Kee Marcello - Composer, Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Mic Michaeli - Composer, Keyboards, Vocals (Background)
Mike Moran - Conductor, String Arrangements
Keith Morell - Vocals (Background)
Ron Nevison - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Joey Tempest - Composer, Piano, Vocals
Joel Zimmerman - Art Direction

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Superstitious Joey Tempest Europe 4:35
2 Let the Good Times Rock Joey Tempest Europe 4:04
3 Open Your Heart Joey Tempest Europe 4:05
4 More Than Meets the Eye Kee Marcello / Mic Michaeli / Joey Tempest Europe 3:20
5 Coast to Coast Kee Marcello / Mic Michaeli / Joey Tempest Europe 4:00
6 Ready or Not Joey Tempest Europe 4:05
7 Sign of the Times Joey Tempest Europe 4:15
8 Just the Beginning Kee Marcello / Joey Tempest Europe 4:32
9 Never Say Die Joey Tempest Europe 4:00
10 Lights and Shadows Europe 4:03
11 Tower's Callin' Joey Tempest Europe 3:48
12 Tomorrow Joey Tempest Europe 3:05

This album sounds like a near perfect, decelerating forced refinement of the groundbreaking, foregoing album 'The Final Countdown'. They both have a catchy, keyboard shredded drone all over the album. Therefore 'Out of This World' could only contend expectations of the Europe fans that prefer the much rawer sound of the debut and the 'Wings of Tomorrow' album. 'Out of This World' sounds more introvert, mature, delicately drowsy than the more adventurous, rapidly played 'The Final Countdown' album, without bluntly turning the 'Final Countdown' sound upside down at all. In other words, it's like the audible rendition of both a sheer contrast and an immaculate equivalence between a twin brother and sister. On both of these albums, Europe induces a prowess of intangibly, typically Swedish spawning a very eclectic mixture of overwhelming keyboards without critical loss of yelling, but unobtrusively sounding electric guitars. However, there are a couple of tracks on 'Out of this World' that shamelessly sound like a spoof of their 'Final Countdown' album's counterparts. This particularly applies to the corny 'Ready or Not' which sounds like a sloppy copy of 'On the Loose' and to 'Tomorrow'. More specifically stated, this means that the latter one sounds as one of the most mellow, compliant, predictable soft rock ballads ever made in rock history. The tracks 'Superstitious' and 'Coast to Coast' are of singular beauty because of their both reeling and catchy shredded Gospel tones, without any loss of solid, catchy, versatile, nearly unconventional rock sound. The track 'Never Say Die' is both a rift and a maintenance of these Gospel tunes: the persistent gostel tone is erogenously tickled by a hipping, danceable rhythm that surprisingly, non forcingly beats it up.The cross sectional sound of the album as a whole is a profound exploration in a nutshell of all sorts of love themes that could apply to anybody, impressively rippled by the progressive waves of a both stormy and soothing sea. The last paragraph unravels the undeniable downside of this album as well: contrary to 'The Final Countdown', it lacks an overwhelming breeze of inventively droning scala of beats on AOR adventurous primal screams. Put simply, it totally lacks a very airplay oriented, but stunning brutality in sound that 'The Final Countdown' lodges in an unbeatable way.