Primary Releases
Into The Pandemonium

FIRST RELEASED: 1987
OFFICIALLY REMASTERED &
RE-RELEASED:
1999

RELEASED BY: Noise Records

Re-Issue Editing and Design: Tom Gabriel Fischer & Angelika Bardou
1999 Remastering: Walter Schmid, Oakland Recording, Winterthur, Switzerland

INTO THE PANDEMONIUM:

Album Design: Tom Gabriel Fischer & Martin Eric Ain
Art: Hieronymus Bosch, "Garden of Delights"
Band photography: Alex Solca & Sepp Sinovatz

I WON'T DANCE:

Cover Design: Martin Eric Ain & Tom Gabriel Fischer
Cover Photography: "Genua" by Isolde Ohlbaum
Original Back Cover Band Photography: George Chin

THE COLLECTOR'S CELTIC FROST:

Cover Design: Martin Eric Ain & Micha Good
Cover Art: Micha Good

 

INTO THE PANDEMONIUM

Re-release track list:

1. Mexican Radio
2. Mesmerized
3. Inner Sanctum
4. Tristesses De La Lune
5. Babylon Fell (Jade Serpent)
6. Caress Into Oblivion (Jade Serpent II)
7. One In Their Pride (Porthole Mix)
8. I Won't Dance (The Elders' Orient)
9.Sorrows Of The Moon
10. Rex Irae (Requiem)
11. Oriental Masquerade
12. One In Their Pride (Re-Entry Mix)
13. In The Chapel, In The Moonlight*
14. The Inevitable Factor*
15. The Inevitable Factor (Alternate Vox)*, **

*TRACKS 13, 14 & 15 NOT INCLUDED ON ORIGINAL CD RELEASE
**TRACK 15 PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED

1987 Maldoror Musikverlag GmbH
(p) 1999 Modern Music Records GmbH



1987 "INTO THE PANDEMONIUM" ALBUM CREDITS,
1987 "I WON'T DANCE" EP CREDITS AND
1987 "THE COLLECTOR'S CELTIC FROST" EP CREDITS:

Tom Gabriel Fischer: Voice, Guitars, Synth, Effects
Martin Eric Ain: Bass, Vocals, Effects
Reed St., Mark: Drums, Timpani, Percussion, Vocals, Synth

Produced by Celtic Frost
Engineered by Jan "Mann" Nemec
Recorded January/February/March/April 1987 at Horus Sound Studio, Hanover, Germany
All Songs Published by Maldoror Musikverlag,
Except "Mexican Radio" by Big Talk/Illegal Music and
"In The Chapel, In The Moonlight" by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co./Francis Day & Hunter
"Mexican Radio" originally performed by Wall Of Voodoo
"In The Chapel, In The Moonlight" originally performed by Dean Martin