Diamonds in the night is the tense, brutal story of two Jewish boys who escape from a train transporting them from one concentration camp to another. Ultimately, they are hunted down by a group of old, armed home-guardists. The film goes beyond the themes of war and anti-Nazism and concerns itself with man's struggle to preserve human dignity.
By 1982's Creatures of the Night, Kiss had finally ditched their plans of becoming "respectable artists" (starting with 1979's Dynasty) and had come to the realization that they were a loud, no-holds-barred heavy metal band. Easily their best since 1977's Love Gun, Creatures of the Night contains very little filler and sounds as if Kiss had been reborn (it also includes one of the heaviest drum sounds ever captured in the studio by any rock band)…
The 3rd album by the German heavy metal hopefuls GLORYFUL and the next chapter in the legend of Sedna and the story of Captain McGuerkin and his crew. GLORYFUL prove on "End Of The Night" that they’re full of potential, that their rightful place is in the heavy and power metal scene, and that they can fill the void left behind by bands like the soon-to-be retired Manowar or Sabaton, who are becoming more and more commercial these days.
"THRILL OF THE NIGHT" is the 3rd album from Swedish rockers GRAND DESIGN. 10 songs + 2 japanese bonus tracks, filled with catchy melodies, singing guitars - all in a 80s rock style ala Def Leppard, Pretty Maids, Europe, TNT.
Lady of the Night is the debut studio album by American singer Donna Summer. The album, which was produced by Pete Bellotte, was released in 1974 only in The Netherlands, and spawned the minor hit singles "The Hostage" and "Lady of the Night" in that country. The songs, written by the Moroder/Bellotte team, are mostly of the pop/rock/folk variety. All songs written and composed by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte; except "Domino", "Let's Work Together Now" and "Sing Along (Sad Song)" by Bellotte.
"The Power of the Night" is the only album by hard rock group Metropolis. The album was released on May 9, 2000 through MTM Music Group. The song "The Darkest Side of the Night" was originally featured in the 1989 film Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. This is a modern AOR classic hands down. You won't find any better than this. Every song is a masterpiece and there are no fillers anywhere. If there is one album that ended 1999 on a bright note it was this one. If ever someone asks me "what is AOR ?" I would give him this CD to listen to. Highly recommended!