Release date
25 Jul 1989
Running length
16 tracks
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1 The System 0:25 726
2 Babylon 2:47 19,552
3 Loud, Loud, Loud 2:42 15,946
4 The Four Horsemen 5:53 31,441
5 The Lamb 4:34 15,363
6 The Seventh Seal 1:30 15,046
7 Aegian Sea 5:22 16,392
8 Seven Bowls 1:29 13,149
9 The Wakening Beast 1:11 13,012
10 Lament 2:45 12,794
11 The Marching Beast 2:00 13,322
12 The Battle of The Locust 0:56 4,059
13 Do It 1:44 12,846
14 Tribulation 0:32 12,258
15 The Beast 2:25 13,233
16 Ofis 0:14 391

About this album

The band began to record 666 late in : a musical adaptation of the biblical Book of Revelation. Koulouris, having finished his Greek army duty rejoined the band. However, relations between all the band members weren’t good at the time, and continued to worsen during the album’s creation. Essentially, 666 was Vangelis’ concept, created with an outside lyricist Costas Ferris. The music that Vangelis was creating for 666 was much more and oriented than anything the band had done before. This did not sit well with the other band members, who wished to continue in the pop direction that had brought them success. Furthermore, Demis Roussos was being groomed for a solo career, and recorded his first solo single We Shall Dance (with Sideras on drums), and his first solo album On The Greek Side Of My Mind, whereas Vangelis recorded the score for L’Apocalypse Des Animaux and worked on a single with his girlfriend Vilma Ladopoulou, performing with Koulouris using the pseudonym Alpha Beta.

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