Alchemy is an album released by guitarist Yngwie J. Malmsteen in 1999.
Spellbound is the 19th studio album by Swedish guitarist, Yngwie Malmsteen, and released under his own label, Rising Force Records, on December 5, 2012. Malmsteen played all of the instruments on this album.
Marching Out is the second studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 30 September 1985 through Polydor Records. The eighth track, "On the Run Again", is a remake of "Victim of the City", a 1983 song by Malmsteen's earlier band Steeler, which was later released on their 2005 compilation album Metal Generation: The Steeler Anthology.
Trilogy is the third studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 4 November 1986 through Polydor Records. In the liner notes, Malmsteen dedicates the album to the memory of the late Swedish prime minister Olof Palme, who was assassinated on 28 February 1986.
Eclipse is the fifth studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 20 April 1990 through Polydor Records. The album reached #112 on the Billboard 200 chart and reached the top 50 in six other countries.
Fire & Ice is the sixth studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 7 February 1992 through Elektra Records. It reached #121 and #2 on that year's Billboard 200 and Heatseekers charts respectively, and at #11 in Malmsteen's native Sweden.
Facing the Animal is the tenth studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 23 February 1997 through Pony Canyon (Japan) and Mercury Records (United States). Although credited to Malmsteen, "Air on a Theme" is an arrangement of the second movement (Largo) of Antonio Vivaldi's "Piccolo Concerto in C Major (RV443)", whilst "Braveheart" contains a riff from Gary Moore's "Over the Hills and Far Away". Facing the Animal features one of drummer Cozy Powell's last performances before his death in April 1998.
Magnum Opus is the eighth studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 17 October 1995 through Music for Nations (Europe) and Pony Canyon (Japan), and reissued in 2000 through Spitfire Records; a remastered edition was reissued in 2003 through SPV/Steamhammer.
Odyssey is the fourth studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 8 April 1988 through Polydor Records. The album reached #40 on the Billboard 200 chart (as of 2014 it remains Malmsteen's highest-charting Billboard 200 release) and reached the top 50 in five other countries.
Angels of Love is an instrumental studio album by Yngwie Malmsteen, released on March 10, 2009. The album features nine all-new acoustic renditions of previously released material, as well as a previously unreleased track.
War to End All Wars is an album by Yngwie J. Malmsteen, released in 2000 by Spitfire Records in North America simultaneously with Pony Canyon's release in Japan and Dream Catcher's in Europe. While on tour for this album, singer Mark Boals left the band, and was replaced for a brief period by Jorn Lande, Boals then returned to finish off the tour. The first single and promo video was "Crucify".
Inspiration is the ninth studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 14 October 1996 (see release history) and reissued in 2000 through Spitfire Records; a remastered edition was reissued in 2003 through SPV/Steamhammer. It is a tribute album consisting entirely of covers of various bands who influenced Malmsteen. Featured on vocals are Jeff Scott Soto, Mark Boals and Joe Lynn Turner, each of whom performed on Malmsteen's first four studio albums.
Rising Force is the first studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released in 1984 through Polydor Records. An article in Guitar World magazine ranked the album as first in the all-time top ten list of shred albums.
The Seventh Sign is the seventh studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 9 May 1994 through Music for Nations (Europe) and Pony Canyon (Japan); a remastered edition was reissued in 2003 through SPV/Steamhammer, followed by an MP3-only reissue on 27 September 2011 through Malmsteen's own label Rising Force Records. The Seventh Sign reached #11 on the Swedish albums chart and #47 on the Swiss albums chart, both in 1994.
Attack!! is Yngwie Malmsteen's first album with singer Doogie White, released in 2002. Also featured is famed keyboardist Derek Sherinian (Alice Cooper, Dream Theater, Planet X).
Unleash the Fury is the sixteenth studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 26 July 2005 through Spitfire Records. Included on the album—which is an Enhanced CD—are three videos in QuickTime format. Malmsteen has explained in interviews that the album's title is a reference to a now-infamous incident which occurred in 1988 on a flight to Tokyo during the Odyssey tour: having behaved obnoxiously whilst drunk, he fell asleep and was later awoken by a woman pouring a jug of iced water on him. Enraged, he twice shouted "You've released the fucking fury!" (often misquoted as "unleashed"). The audio from this incident was caught on tape by drummer Anders Johansson, with bassist Barry Dunaway also being heard in the background.
Perpetual Flame is a studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen and his group Rising Force, released on 13 October 2008 in Europe and on October 14, 2008 in the USA. and Canada. It was his first album since 2005's Unleash the Fury and the first with ex-Judas Priest and Iced Earth singer Tim "Ripper" Owens. The album also features famed keyboardist Derek Sherinian on keyboards.
Relentless is the 18th solo album by neo-classical metal guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on November 23, 2010, through his own Rising Force Records. It is his second album with ex-Judas Priest and ex-Iced Earth singer Tim "Ripper" Owens, after 2008's critically acclaimed Perpetual Flame.
Birth of the Sun is a 2002 album released by bassist Marcel Jacob. It consists of early recordings of Yngwie Malmsteen, and his band Rising Force. Shortly after Birth of the Sun was released, Yngwie released The Genesis, an album featuring most of the same tracks, but with Marcel Jacob's tracks redone.
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