Fear No Evil is the eleventh studio album of German female hard rock singer Doro. It was released worldwide in 2009. The album was produced and engineered by her usual collaborators Andreas Bruhn, Chris Lietz and Torsten Sickert and the songs reflect a strong celebratory mood. In fact, titles like "Night of the Warlock", "Celebrate", "25 Years" and the new collaboration with the American Joey Balin, who had produced the last Warlock album, were meant to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first LP released by Doro Pesch, Burning the Witches in 1984.
Fear No Evil is the eleventh studio album of German female hard rock singer Doro. It was released worldwide in 2009. The album was produced and engineered by her usual collaborators Andreas Bruhn, Chris Lietz and Torsten Sickert and the songs reflect a strong celebratory mood. In fact, titles like "Night of the Warlock", "Celebrate", "25 Years" and the new collaboration with the American Joey Balin, who had produced the last Warlock album, were meant to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first LP released by Doro Pesch, Burning the Witches in 1984.
4250444188918
Fear No Evil (Blue White Marbled) (Blue) [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Doro
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
Wish

Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Night of the Warlock
2. Running from the Devilicelebrate
3. Caught in a Battle
4. Herzblut
5. On the Run
6. Walking with the Angels
7. Lay My Head Upon My Sword
8. It Kills Me
9. Long Lost for Love
10. 25 Years
11. Wildfire
12. You Won My Love

More Info:

Fear No Evil is the eleventh studio album of German female hard rock singer Doro. It was released worldwide in 2009. The album was produced and engineered by her usual collaborators Andreas Bruhn, Chris Lietz and Torsten Sickert and the songs reflect a strong celebratory mood. In fact, titles like "Night of the Warlock", "Celebrate", "25 Years" and the new collaboration with the American Joey Balin, who had produced the last Warlock album, were meant to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first LP released by Doro Pesch, Burning the Witches in 1984.

back to top