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Blessing in Disguise (1989)

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Title: Blessing in Disguise
Artist: Metal Church
Genre: Heavy Metal
Released: 1989

Tracks:
1 - Fake Healer - 5:55
2 - Rest in Pieces (April 15, 1912) - 6:39
3 - Of Unsound Mind - 4:44
4 - Anthem to the Estranged - 9:32
5 - Badlands - 7:24
6 - The Spell Can't Be Broken - 6:48
7 - It's a Secret - 3:49
8 - Cannot Tell a Lie - 4:17
9 - The Powers That Be - 5:22

Overview:
Blessing in Disguise is the third studio album by American heavy metal band Metal Church, released on February 7, 1989.

It was the band's final release on Elektra Records. This was the first album not to feature the vocals of David Wayne, due to his departure to form the band Reverend. This release featured new vocalist Mike Howe (ex-Heretic) and guitarist John Marshall, who took over Kurdt Vanderhoof's position. Kurdt Vanderhoof had produced Heretic's final album Breaking Point previously. It seems that this is how Mike Howe came to the attention of Metal Church. Ironically, David Wayne's new project was made up of the remaining members of Heretic.
 
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