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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Yngwie Malmsteen

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1 Black Star Malmsteen 4:53
2 Far Beyond the Sun Malmsteen 5:52
3 I'll See the Light, Tonight Soto/Malmsteen 4:26
4 Soldier Without Faith Malmsteen 6:11
5 You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget Malmsteen 4:30
6 Liar Malmsteen 4:09
7 Queen in Love Malmsteen 4:04
8 Trilogy Suite Op: 5 Malmsteen 7:19
9 Hold On Turner/Malmsteen 5:12
10 Heaven Tonight Malmsteen 4:08
11 Déjà Vu Malmsteen/Turner 4:17
12 Making Love [Extended Guitar Solo][Mix] Edman/Malmsteen 6:21
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20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Yngwie Malmsteen

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Polydor

Style: Heavy Metal

20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Yngwie Malmsteen

UPC: 075021037564

Release Date: 05/24/2005

Original Release Date: 05/24/2005

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Black Star, Far Beyond the Sun, I'll See the Light, Tonight, Soldier Without Faith, You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget, Liar, Queen in Love, Trilogy Suite Op: 5, Hold On, Heaven Tonight, Déjà Vu, Making Love [Extended Guitar Solo][Mix]]
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James Christopher Monger

Polydor's 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Yngwie Malmsteen chronicles the Swedish shredder from his Rising Force debut in 1984 to 1990's Eclipse, with equal time given to blisteringly pretentious instrumentals like "Trilogy Suite Op: 5" and "Far Beyond the Sun" and the bad metal posturing of vocalists Jeff Scott Soto, Mark Boals, and Joe Lynn Turner. There's no denying Malmsteen's impressive chops -- he was only 19 when he joined Steeler -- and there are ample moments of mind-boggling artistry throughout, but like all of his records, the momentum shifts considerably when a singer appears, and it's these offerings ("Heaven Tonight," "You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget," and "Making Love") that make this collection so polarizing. However, for those looking for an entry point into Malmsteen's serpentine career -- he's since dabbled in both hard rock and classical -- The Millennium Collection is as solid an anthology as one's likely to encounter. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi