This Live album by "Faithful Breath" was recorded live while the band toured Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. This album includes the original custom inner sleeve with on one side a collage of photos and on the other side: the Noise International Records Catalog.
Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Noise International – N 0051
Record Format: 12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram
This album includes the original custom inner sleeve with on one side a collage of photos and on the other side: the Noise International Records Catalog.
Heinrich Mikus - Producer
Heinrich Mikus - Sound Engineer
Detlef Mohrmann - Sound Engineer
This album was recorded during live concerts in Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
Recorded by AVM Frankfurt, Detlef Mohrmann, Witten.
Frank Brunner / Vega - Album Cover Design
Frank Brunner is an American comics artist and illustrator best known for his work at Marvel Comics in the 1970s. He has illustrated record album covers for: Faithful Breath, Mandator, Necronomicon and Veto.
Charlie Rinne - Photograpy
Charly Rinne is a prominent figure in the world of German heavy metal as a producer, photographer, and former Chief Editor of the esteemed magazine "Metal Hammer." Born and raised in Germany, Rinne's passion for music and visual arts played a significant role in shaping his illustrious career.
Born in the early 1960s, Charly Rinne developed a deep appreciation for music from an early age. He was captivated by the raw energy and rebellious nature of heavy metal, which led him to immerse himself in the vibrant music scene that emerged during the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was during this time that Rinne's passion for heavy metal began to flourish, and he discovered his true calling.
In 1984, Rinne embarked on a groundbreaking journey when he assumed the role of the first Chief Editor of the renowned German heavy metal magazine, "Metal Hammer." His keen editorial sense, extensive knowledge of the genre, and exceptional writing skills made him the perfect candidate for this influential position. Rinne's visionary approach to journalism helped elevate "Metal Hammer" to new heights, solidifying its reputation as a premier source for heavy metal news, reviews, and interviews.
While serving as Chief Editor, Rinne also made significant contributions to the German heavy metal industry as an executive producer, producer, and photographer. He played a pivotal role in nurturing the careers of several up-and-coming German heavy metal bands during the late 1980s. His expertise in capturing the essence of a band's performance through photography, combined with his acute understanding of the genre's sound, allowed him to create iconic album covers and promotional images that defined the visual aesthetic of German heavy metal at the time.
Rinne's collaborations with numerous German heavy metal bands were met with critical acclaim and commercial success. His meticulous attention to detail and uncompromising dedication to capturing the essence of each band's unique identity resulted in the creation of visually stunning album artworks that resonated with fans worldwide. Some of the notable bands that benefited from Rinne's artistic vision include Scorpions, Accept, Helloween, Kreator, and Running Wild, among others.
Beyond his achievements in the music industry, Rinne's work as a photographer extended beyond heavy metal. His striking visual compositions and ability to capture the essence of his subjects earned him recognition in various artistic circles. His photographs have been showcased in renowned galleries and exhibitions, further solidifying his reputation as a multifaceted artist.
Charly Rinne's impact on the German heavy metal scene during the late 1980s cannot be overstated. His contributions as a producer, photographer, and Chief Editor of "Metal Hammer" helped shape the genre's visual and editorial landscape. Rinne's commitment to showcasing the power and intensity of heavy metal through his work continues to inspire musicians, artists, and fans alike. His legacy remains a testament to the enduring influence of German heavy metal and its profound impact on the global music community.
Heinrich Mikus - Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar
Heinrich "Heinz" Mikus - Singer, Lead Guitar and Sound Engineer. He started in 1967 in the German Hard Rock / Heavy Metal band "Faithful Breath". He was faithful to this band until 1986 when he joined the German Thrash metal band: "RISK" until 1993. In the late 1990s he was also sound engineer on a couple of albums for Liar and Morgoth.
Peter Dell - Bass, Moog Pedal, Vocals
Peter Dell - Bass, Moog Pedal. Timeline 1985-1986 Faithful Breath 1986-1993 Risk
Thilo Herrmann - Guitar, vocals
Thilo Herrmann - Guitar, played guitar with "Faithful Breath" from 1985 till 1986 , after which he joined the "Risk" band, during a break 1988 he played with "Holy Moses".
Jurgen Dusterloh - Drums, vocals
Jurgen Dusterloh - Drums. Timeline: 1982-1986 Faithful Breath, 1986-1993 Risk
This illustration on the front cover of a warrior carrying a sword in front of this head was by Frank Brunner is an American comics artist and illustrator best known for his work at Marvel Comics in the 1970s. Brunner has illustrated record album covers for: Faithful Breath, Mandator, Necronomicon and Veto.
Photos of the Faithful Breath band-members on the album back cover are: Heinrich Mikus, Peter Dell, Thiko Herrmanm, Jurgen Dusterloh
a collage of black and white photos ( including a gorilla ) on the custom inner sleeve
Thumbnails of the Noise International records catalogue printed on the custome inner sleeve
On this close-up photo of record label, the areas used to uniquely identify this release of "Live" have been highlighted with red boxes.
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