His name is a reference for the term melodic metal or power metal, since he contributed much to the innovations that occurred in the heavy metal sound in the beginning of the 1980s.
Michael Weikath is also known for his creativity and great riffs, as well as his assertiveness in interviews, his logical thinking, and his passion for Macintosh computers.
Some great songs he composed are “Dr. Stein”, “Keeper of the Seven Keys”, “A Tale That Wasn’t Right”, “How Many Tears”, “Eagle Fly Free”, “Windmill”, “First Time”, “Secret Alibi”, “Power”, “Kings Will be Kings”, “I can”, “Salvation”, “Do You Feel Good”, “Get it up”, and “Born on Judgment Day”.
Edited by The-Dark-Rider on 19 Oct 2006, 02:01
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