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Anacrusis  - Manic Impressions
Singer: Anacrusis
Title: Manic Impressions
Released: 1991
Country: UK
Style: Thrash, Progressive Metal
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 235
MP3 size: 1865 mb
FLAC size: 1295 mb
WMA size: 1880 mb

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Paint A Picture 5:59
A2 I Love The World
Written-By – New Model Army
A3 Something Real 6:00
A4 Dream Again 3:20
A5 Explained Away 6:02
B1 Still Black 6:09
B2 What You Became 5:10
B3 Our Reunion 4:54
B4 Idle Hours 4:36
B5 Far Too Long 5:51

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Music For Nations – ZORRO 23
  • Distributed By – Music For Nations – ZORRO 23
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metal Blade Records
  • Copyright (c) – Metal Blade Records


  • Bass – John Emery
  • Drums – Chad Smith
  • Guitar – Kevin Heidbreder
  • Vocals, Guitar – Kenn Nardi


Recorded and mixed in January/February, 1991 at Royal Recorders, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Printed inner sleeve with lyrics.
Made In France by MPO.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 020083 102311
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): ZORRO 23 A1 MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): ZORRO 23 B1 MPO

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 26616-2 Anacrusis Manic Impressions ‎(CD, Album) Metal Blade Records 9 26616-2 US 1991
3984-14266-2 Anacrusis Manic Impressions ‎(CD, Album, RE) Metal Blade Records 3984-14266-2 US 1999
9 266164 CR Anacrusis Manic Impressions ‎(Cass) Metal Blade Records 9 266164 CR Canada 1991
4-26616 Anacrusis Manic Impressions ‎(Cass, Album) Metal Blade Records, Warner Bros. Records 4-26616 US 1991
ZORRO 23 Anacrusis Manic Impressions ‎(LP, Album) Metal Blade Records ZORRO 23 France 1991

Anacrusis - Manic Impressions mp3, flac, wma

While I personally find it a stretch to consider this "Prog" it definitely contains some interesting ideas and varying tempos than may usually be found in Thrash metal. The vocalist goes from sounding like the guy in Killing Joke to a scratchy, high pitched screech not far from what I'd imagine a cat caught in a blender might sound like. So, while some of their "interesting ideas" don't quite pan out they are still commended for trying something different than the norm of the period. Not essential, but has aged fairly well and is worth a listen.
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