Inhuman Rampage

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Inhuman Rampage
Studio album by
ReleasedJanuary 9, 2006 (2006-01-09)
(See Release history)
RecordedThin Ice Studios, Surrey, England & LamerLuser Studios, London, England. March – September 2005
GenrePower metal
Length56:05
62:27 (bonus track)
LabelRoadrunner, Noise
ProducerSam Totman, Herman Li, Vadim Pruzhanov
DragonForce chronology
Sonic Firestorm
(2004)
Inhuman Rampage Ultra Beatdown
(2008)
Singles from Inhuman Rampage
  1. "Through the Fire and Flames"
    Released: 3 August, 2006
  2. "Operation Ground and Pound"
    Released: 2006

Inhuman Rampage is the third studio album by English power metal band DragonForce. The album was released on 9 January 2006, and 20 June 2006 in North America. It is the first album with Frédéric Leclercq on bass. An inhuman rampage can also be just something that is not a human, or a human that is not really acting like a human, going on a rampage, which basically just means they are going crazy and messing a lot of stuff up.

Track listing[change | change source]

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Through the Fire and Flames"  Totman, TheartTotman 7:20
2. "Revolution Deathsquad"  TotmanTotman 7:52
3. "Storming the Burning Fields"  PruzhanovPruzhanov 5:20
4. "Operation Ground and Pound"  Totman, TheartTotman 7:45
5. "Body Breakdown"  Pruzhanov, Li, TotmanPruzhanov 6:58
6. "Cry for Eternity"  TotmanTotman 8:13
7. "The Flame of Youth"  LiLi 6:42
8. "Trail of Broken Hearts"  Pruzhanov, Totman, TheartPruzhanov, Totman 5:55
9. "Lost Souls in Endless Time" (Bonus track)PruzhanovPruzhanov 6:22
Total length:
62:27

All songs arranged by Herman Li, Sam Totman, ZP Theart and Vadim Pruzhanov.

Personnel[change | change source]

Band members[change | change source]

Guest musicians[change | change source]

Technical staff[change | change source]

  • Karl Groom – mixing, engineering
  • Eberhard Köhler – mastering

Graphic designers[change | change source]

  • Chie Kimoto, Daniel Bérard – artwork
  • Marisa Jacobi – graphic design
  • Axel Jusseit – studio photography
  • Julie Brown, Johan Eriksson – live photography

Managerial staff[change | change source]

  • Steve McTaggart – management
  • Josh Kline – agency representation (North America, with the Agency Group USA Ltd.)
  • Peter Dempset – tour management (Podie Ponk Productions, London)
  • Penny Ganz – legal representation (P Ganz & Co. London)
  • Mark Howe – business management (Entertainment Accounting International Ltd.)
  • Ron Zeelens – visa paperwork (RAZco Visa's, New York)

Charts[change | change source]

Album[change | change source]

Chart Peak
UK Album Chart 70 [1]
Sweden Sverigetopplistan 54 [2]
U.S. Billboard 200 103 [3]
U.S. Billboard Comprehensive Albums 106 [4]
U.S. Top Hard Rock Albums 18 [5]
U.S. Top Heatseekers 1 [3]
U.S. Top Independent Albums 5 [3]

Year end[change | change source]

Chart Peak
U.S. Top Independent Albums 38 [6]

Singles[change | change source]

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications
CAN
[7]
CAN D.[8] US
[9]
US
Pop
US
Main.
US
Digi S.
US
DT
[10]
2006 "Through the Fire and Flames" 61 50 86 56 34 49 42 US: Gold[11]
"Operation Ground and Pound"
"—" denotes singles that were released but did not chart.

Release history[change | change source]

Region Date Format Label Catalogue # Notes
Worldwide 9 January, 2006 Enhanced CD Roadrunner RR 8070-2 [12]
Japan 2 January, 2006 Enhanced CD Victor VICP-63220 With bonus track [13]
Argentina 2006 Enhanced CD Icarus Icarus 205 [14]
Worldwide 13 February, 2007 CD & DVD Roadrunner 1686-180042 With bonus track [15]

References[change | change source]

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  14. "Dragonforce - Inhuman Rampage (#Icarus 205)". Discogs. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
  15. "Dragonforce - Inhuman Rampage (#1686-180042)". Discogs. Retrieved 2008-07-29.