Friday, January 6, 2023

Avenged Sevenfold - Avenged Sevenfold (2007)


Avenged Sevenfold - Avenged Sevenfold (2007)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Critical Acclaim"   5:16

2. "Almost Easy"   3:55

3. "Scream"   4:49

4. "Afterlife"   5:53

5. "Gunslinger"   4:12

6. "Unbound (The Wild Ride)"   5:12

7. "Brompton Cocktail"   4:13

8. "Lost"   5:02

9. "A Little Piece of Heaven"   8:01

10. "Dear God"   6:34


Total length:   53:07


Japanese edition bonus track

11. "Almost Easy" (Live from Warped Tour 2007)   4:23


Total length:   57:21


iTunes edition bonus tracks

11. "Almost Easy" (Jam-along Version)   3:55

12. "Bat Country" (Live at Hammerstein Ballroom)   6:04

13. "Crossroads" (B-side; MVI exclusive)   4:30


Total length:   67:28




Avenged Sevenfold Band Members / Musicians

M. Shadows – lead vocals, backing vocals

Zacky Vengeance – rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar on "Dear God", backing vocals

The Rev - drums, percussion, piano, backing vocals, co-lead vocals on "A Little Piece of Heaven", "Critical Acclaim", "Scream", "Lost", & "Afterlife"

Synyster Gates – lead guitar, backing vocals

Johnny Christ – bass guitar, backing vocals


Programming by Jay E on "Critical Acclaim" and "Scream"

Piano and Organ by Jamie Muhoberac on "Critical Acclaim", "Unbound (The Wild Ride)", 'Lost", and "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Piano by Greg Kusten on "Almost Easy"

Upright bass by Miles Mosley on "Afterlife", "Brompton Cocktail", and "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Cello by Cameron Stone on "Afterlife", "Brompton Cocktail", and "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Violins by Caroline Campbell and Neel Hammond on "Afterlife", "Brompton Cocktail", and "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Viola by Andrew Duckles on "Afterlife", "Brompton Cocktail", and "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Backing vocals by Zander Ayeroff and Annmarie Rizzo on "Unbound (The Wild Ride)"

Percussion by Lenny Castro on "Brompton Cocktail"

Choir: Beth Andersen, Monique Donnelly, Rob Giles, Debbie Hall, Scottie Haskell, Luana Jackman, Bob Joyce, Rock Logan, Susie Stevens Logan, Arnold McCuller, Gabriel Mann, and Ed Zajack on "Unbound (The Wild Ride)" and "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Alto sax by Bill Liston and Brandon Fields on "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Clarinet by Bill Liston and Rusty Higgins on "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Tenor sax by Dave Boruff and Rusty Higgins on "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Bari sax by Joel Peskin on "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Trumpet by Wayne Bergeron and Dan Foreno on "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Trombone by Bruce Fowler and Alex Iies on "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Additional vocals by Juliette Commagere on "A Little Piece of Heaven"

Lap, pedal steel and banjo by Greg Leisz on "Gunslinger" and "Dear God"

Additional vocals by Shanna Crooks on "Gunslinger" and "Dear God"

Additional vocals by Jaime Ochoa on "Critical Acclaim"

Scream on "Scream" by Valary Sanders


Produced by Avenged Sevenfold

Engineered by Fred Archambault and Dave Schiffman, assisted by Clifton Allen, Chris Steffen, Robert DeLong, Aaron Walk, Mike Scielzi, and Josh Wilbur

Mixed by Andy Wallace

Mastered by Brian Gardner

Drum tech by Mike Fasano

Guitar tech by Walter Rice

'Fan Producers for a Day' (MVI) by Daniel McLaughlin and Christopher Guinn



Avenged Sevenfold (also known as The White Album) is the 4th studio album by American heavy metal band Avenged Sevenfold, released on October 30, 2007, through Warner Bros. and Hopeless Records. It is their last studio album to feature The Rev performing on drums, due to his death in December 2009 during production of their follow-up album, Nightmare.

Originally slated for an October 16 release, it was delayed by two weeks in order to provide more time to complete bonus material and production for the record. The album debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200. On May 4, 2021, it was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The band supported the album with a tour, beginning a day before the release of the album and ending in August 2009.

Although critical reception to the album was mixed compared to previous releases, Avenged Sevenfold won the Kerrang! Award for Best Album in 2008. In addition, the album was included in Kerrang!'s "666 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". As of 2014, it has sold over 960,161 copies in the United States and 152,123 copies in the United Kingdom.

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