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No Presents For Christmas - Various - King Diamond Tribute (Cassette)

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  1. Dec 15,  · In honor of the spirit of Christmas, we take a trip back to December 25, to a song by the one and only King Diamond, No Presents for Christmas. This was the first song released by King Diamond after Mercyful Fate broke up and one of the most well known King Diamond songs! You can find KING DIAMOND – NO PRESENTS FOR CHRISTMAS Read More».

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  2. King Diamond Tribute, a Various Artists Album. Released in on Necropolis (catalog no. NR; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal.

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  3. Dec 14,  · King Diamond - No Presents for Christmas () Although this collectable 12" and cassette single quickly disappeared into metal lore, "No Presents for Christmas" is also available on The Dark Sides collection, and "Charon" is well represented on the full-length Fatal Portrait.

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  4. Identifiers: Matrix / Runout (Side 1): RRA F/W ¢ Matrix / Runout (Side 2): RRB Emw Rights Society: ASCAP.

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  5. King Diamond Tribute is full of bands that don't sound anything like him; so when you hear Exhumed interpreting "No Presents for Christmas," Enthrall embracing "The Portrait" or Dark Funeral tackling "The Trial," don't expect these interesting remakes to sound exactly like Diamond's original versions.6/

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  6. Various Artists - Tribute To King Diamond () @kbps The band debuted with single No Presents For Christmas, followed by debut album Fatal Portrait. King Diamond would also play some Mercyful Fate songs on gigs. The second album Abigail was the first full concept album. Shortly before the release and following tour, Michael Denner left.

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  7. No Presents For Christmas Lyrics: Christmas time is here again / Santa needs a helping hand / We cannot find a single sheep / To draw his sleigh for the night / So all the waiting christmas trees.

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  8. Released exactly 18 years ago today (12/25/3), this song is still a very metal holiday favorite. Though this song was created out of a joke about a riff sounding like a Christmas song, it developed into a classic that King Diamond is known to still play to this day, often with the .

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