Album par Stone
Sortie 30 mai 1990
Enregistrement USA, MCA Records
Durée 49min44s
Genre Thrash metal
Producteur Mikko Karmila & Stone
Label Megamania
Albums de Stone
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Emotional Playground

Colours est le troisième album du groupe de Thrash metal Stone. Sorti en 1990, il est produit par Mikko Karmila et Stone. Jani étant parti du groupe, c'est Markku Niiranen qui le remplace (guitariste de Airdash). Cet album est beaucoup moins apprécié au près du public et de la presse. Notons la présence de morceau intéressants tels que Stone Cold Soul, Meaning Of Life, White Worms et une reprise de Led Zeppelin Friends. L'album est dédié à la mémoire de Jallu Mantila, ami proche du groupe.

Liste des pistes

  1. Stone Cold Soul 05:57
  2. Another Morning 03:10
  3. White Worms 06:09
  4. Empty Suit 06:13
  5. Spring 05:44
  6. Storm Inside The Calm 06:01
  7. Ocean Of Sand 04:58
  8. Meaning Of Life 06:01
  9. Friends 05:31

Composition du groupe

  • Janne Joutsenniemi : chants et basse
  • Roope Latvala : Guitare
  • Markku Niiranen : Guitare
  • Pekka Kasari : Batterie

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