10 Years in Rage

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10 Years in Rage:
The Anniversary Album
Rage - 10 Years in Rage.jpg
Studio album by Rage
Released 28 September 1994
Recorded R.A.S.H. Studio and T&T Studio, Gelsenkirchen, Germany, June–July 1994
Genre Speed metal, heavy metal, thrash metal
Length 51:05
Label Noise
Producer Sven Conquest
Rage chronology
10 Years in Rage:
The Anniversary Album

Black in Mind
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

10 Years in Rage: The Anniversary Album is the eighth full-length album released by the German speed metal band Rage in 1994. It contains new material and previously unreleased tracks from the band's long career, as well the re-recording of "Prayers of Steel", from Avenger's first album and a medley of Rage's fan favourite tunes. The album features guest appearances from all the musicians that had played in Rage. The album was remastered by Noise/Sanctuary in 2002 with five bonus tracks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

1."Vertigo"Peter "Peavy" Wagner3:34
2."She Killed and Smiled"Wagner4:03
3."Destination Day"Wagner5:08
4."Take My Blood"Chris Efthimiadis, Spiros Efthimiadis, Wagner4:16
5."No Sign of Life"Wagner7:27
7."The Unknown"S. Efthimiadis, Wagner4:44
8."Dangerous Heritage"C. Efthimiadis, S. Efthimiadis, Wagner4:09
9."Prayers of Steel '94"Wagner6:08
10."The Blow in a Row" (Consists of parts from the songs: "Execution Guaranteed", "Suicide", "Down by Law", "Don't Fear the Winter", "Invisible Horizons", "Waiting for the Moon", "Enough is Enough", "Solitary Man" and "Nevermore")Wagner7:46


Band members
  • Peter "Peavy" Wagner - vocals, bass, arrangements
  • Sven Fischer - guitars
  • Spiros Efthimiadis - guitars
  • Chris Ephthimiadis - drums
Additional musicians
  • Jochen Schröder, Rudy Graf, Manni Schmidt, Thomas Grüning, Alf Meyerratken - guitars
  • Efthimios Efthimiadis - buzuki
  • Jörg Michael - drums
  • Sven Conquest - producer, engineer, mixing
  • Eberhard Köhler - mastering
  • Karl-Ulrich Walterbach - executive producer


  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Rage Ten Years in Rage review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-09-17.
  2. ^ "Rage - 10 Years in Rage". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Retrieved 2011-09-17.