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Netherworld

Netherworld
Álbum de David Bryan
Publicación 1991
Género(s) Instrumental
Duración 56:12
Discográfica Full Moon Entertainment
Calificaciones profesionales

(3 de 5)

Cronología de David Bryan

New Jersey

Netherworld

Keep the Faith

Netherworld es el primer álbum de David Bryan grabado junto a Edgar Winter.

  1. Stranger to Love (con John Duva, Larry Fast y Bob Gianetti)
  2. Tonk's Place
  3. Birds of a Feather
  4. Black Magic River
  5. Open Door Policy (con John Duva, Bob Gianetti y Bernie Pershey)
  6. My Father's Sins
  7. Ceremony
  8. Into the Netherworld
  9. If I Didn't Love You (con John Duva, Bob Gianetti y Bernie Pershey)
  10. Inherit the Dead
  11. Mirror Image
  12. What's Your Pleasure?
  13. 100 Reasons (con John Duva, Bob Gianetti y Bernie Pershey)
  14. Netherworld Waltz (Live)

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  • NETHERWORLD — NETHERWORLD, the abode of the dead. The peoples of the Ancient Near East had elaborate doctrines concerning the dead and their abode. The Egyptians were very optimistic concerning the afterlife. They believed that ceremonies of mummification,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Netherworld — is often used as a synonym for Underworld. It may also refer to: Netherworld (video game), an 8 bit computer game from 1988 Netherworld (DC Comics), a fictional autonomous neighborhood of the city of Chicago in the DC Comics universe Netherworld… …   Wikipedia

  • netherworld — [neth′ərwʉrld΄] n. 1. Theol. Myth. the world of the dead or of punishment after death; hell 2. a sphere of human activity or state of existence regarded as corrupt, unwholesome, undesirable, etc. * * * neth·er·world also nether world (nĕthʹər… …   Universalium

  • netherworld — (n.) also nether world, 1630s, place beneath the earth, from NETHER (Cf. nether) + WORLD (Cf. world) …   Etymology dictionary

  • netherworld — [neth′ərwʉrld΄] n. 1. Theol. Myth. the world of the dead or of punishment after death; hell 2. a sphere of human activity or state of existence regarded as corrupt, unwholesome, undesirable, etc …   English World dictionary

  • netherworld — [[t]ne̱ðə(r)wɜː(r)ld[/t]] also nether world N SING: usu with supp If you refer to a place as a netherworld, you mean that it is dangerous and full of poor people and criminals. ...a London netherworld of criminals... Waits sang about the boozy… …   English dictionary

  • netherworld — noun Date: 1632 1. the world of the dead 2. underworld 4 < the netherworld of deceit…and espionage R. M. Nixon > 3. no man s land 2 < that lame duck netherworld so feared by elected officials Dan Barry > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • netherworld — noun a) The place to which ones spirit descends upon death, conceived as below the surface of the earth. In some religions, ones soul departs to a netherworld, hell, instead of the heavens. b) The locale of the spirit world or …   Wiktionary

  • netherworld — n. lower world; place of the dead; Hades …   English contemporary dictionary

  • netherworld — noun 1》 the underworld; hell. 2》 an illicit or ill defined area of activity …   English new terms dictionary

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