Krigsman (Warrior)

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Krigsman (Warrior)
Jerusalem Krigsman 1981.jpg
Studio album by Jerusalem
Released 1981
Recorded Supreme Studio, Stockholm, Sweden
Genre Hard rock, rock
Length 49:21
Label Prim, Lamb & Lion, Word
Producer Andy Kidd
Jerusalem chronology
Volym 2 (Volume 2)
(1980)Volym 2 (Volume 2)1980
Krigsman (Warrior)
(1981)
Vi Kan Inte Stoppas (Can't Stop Us Now)
(1983)Vi Kan Inte Stoppas (Can't Stop Us Now)1983
Alternative cover
English album cover
English album cover

Krigsman (Warrior) is the third album by the Swedish hard rock band Jerusalem, released in 1981. The Swedish version was released on Prim Records.[1] The English version was released 1982 on Lamb & Lion Records in the United States and on Word Records in the UK.[2] It was released after two North American tours, opening for Resurrection Band and then Larry Norman, and reached No. 1 on Christian music charts.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Ulf Christiansson.

Swedish version
  1. "Ständig förändring"
  2. "Krigsman"
  3. "Du är"
  4. "It's Mad"
  5. "Moderne man"
  6. "Sodom"
  7. "Domedagsprofeter"
  8. "Farväl"
English version
  1. "Constantly Changing"
  2. "Warrior"
  3. "Pilgrim"
  4. "It's Mad"
  5. "Man of the World"
  6. "Sodom"
  7. "Ashes in Our Hands"
  8. "Farewell"

Personnel[edit]

  • Ulf Christiansson - lead vocals, guitar
  • Anders Mossberg - bass guitar (Peter Carlsohn is credited on the Swedish version)
  • Dan Tibell - keyboards
  • Klas Anderhell - drums

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Firestream Music Vault". Firestreamvault.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  2. ^ "Firestream Music Vault". Firestreamvault.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  3. ^ Powell, Mark Allan (2002). Encyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music. Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson Publishers. p. 448. ISBN 1-56563-679-1.