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Royal Hunt

Royal Hunt began in 1991 when bandleader Andre Anderson, originally from Moscow, joined up in Denmark with singer Henrik Brockmann, bassist Steen Mogensen, and drummer Kenneth Olson. With Andre on keyboards and session musicians playing guitar, Royal Hunt was set to record their first album, Land of Broken Hearts. This was a basic rock set featuring Andre's classically influenced melodies. For the next album, Clown in the Mirror, Jacob Kjaer, who had played on the first album, joined the band as lead guitar player. Clown in the Mirror is a much more progressive album and features even more classical-sounding melodies than its predecessor.

A new era of Royal Hunt music began on the next album, Moving Target, when Brockmann was replaced by American singer D.C. Cooper. Although Anderson continued to write all the songs, Cooper brought a different, softer sound to the band. Anderson's songwriting also matured, and Moving Target sounded more like an album, as opposed to a collection of songs. Yet another lineup change hit for the fourth album, Paradox, as drummer Kenneth Olsen was forced to leave the band due to hearing problems. Paradox, featuring a session drummer, continued along the direction started by Moving Target, if a little softer. Double Live in Japan followed in 1999. ~ David White, Rovi
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kurtisbarb
ONE OF THE WORST GROUPS EVER ALONG WITH AIR SUPPLY AND BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN / VERY EMBARASEING TO HEAR / GO GET A JOB AT WAL MART LOSERS. !!!!!
Would you mind
Trans siberian meets yngwie meets suck me off
Makes me want to go to outter space and suck my dk
check out Yngwie Malmsteen on Rising force and Rising force marching out(the first is better)
this guy wants to be Yngwie.....e x c e p t all the hard parts are keyboards... . s t i l l pretty damn good.......
Sounds like Queensryche and symphony x had a baby lol
These dudes have 18(!) releases. Would like to see a bit more on here.
Break Your Chains is f**king BEASTLY SICK!
no1trekman20 0 2
I wish they had more Royal Hunt Albums/Cds here!!
What little I've heard so far has been enjoyable.
I almost thought I was listening Yngwie Malmsteen... that's a compliment btw.
Hmm...just got one of their songs on my Symphonic Metal station. I'll give 'em a try. I like all of their 'Similar Artists'. :)
Check out Paradox or Moving Target, both great albums with D.C. Cooper on vocals. Royal Hunt is cool with any singer though.
guitarocker5 5 5
i love them but paper blood is not there best album
They were really good with D.C. Cooper on the vocals. These guys can play their instruments. Good stuff.
That song is so bad, everytime I hear that song, I die a little on the inside.
flying_vs_ar e _ c o o l e s t
Breaking your chains is a pretty tight song

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