This is the first Disney Villain song to receive more attention than the protagonists' songs. Archdeacon & Priests: Walker is talented enough not to scream or fret-shred to make his point, something that Hambridge doesn't seem to grasp as everything is ramped up to 10 on the majority of these eleven songs, seven of which were penned or co-written by Walker. (Mea maxima culpa (My greatest fault)) In addition, he's been releasing albums since 1986, making this one -- somewhere around his 25th -- an impressive achievement in itself. I'll find her if I have to burn down all of Paris! Frollo: Frollo: But how?

Frollo: After Frollo had commenced his melodic soliloquy and had sung in front of the fireplace for some time, he asks t… The guitarist's religious roots are covered on "Soldier for Jesus," and he even heads into more polished R&B territory for the "love-will-keep-you-alive ballad" "I Know Why," the album's most tranquil track also nearly derailed by Walker's smooth vocals that devolve into vein-popping utterances as the song progresses. Disney Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Regarded as one of the darkest and most complex Disney Villain songs of all time, (and certainly one of the most controversial) “Hellfire” is sung by Judge Claude Frollo, immediately following the thematically juxtaposed “Heaven’s Light”. She's gone. Eventually, he passes out as night dawns upon him. It has more to do with dynamics and subtleties in the vocals and performance. Get out, you idiot! If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute. Or else let her be mine and mine alone (Mea maxima culpa (My greatest fault)) As Walker should know at this stage in his career, intensity in the blues world doesn't equate with playing and singing louder than the other guy. At the end of the song, Frollo passes out on the floor in the shape of the Petrine Cross, foreshadowing his ultimate fate. This is probably the deepest, darkest, and most religious song in a Disney film! (Mea culpa (My fault)) Gluttony is sometimes interpreted as Selfishness, displayed when Frollo says he will burn down all of Paris (despite what it would do to the innocents of the city) to get to Esmeralda. "Hellfire" is a song from Disney's 1996 animated feature, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Despite Frollo claiming to be a righteous man, he displays some form of all Seven Deadly Sins in the lyrics of the song. Frollo: What? Desire

I never realized Disney so blatantly pushed boundaries of what is appropriate for a children’s animated film.

After this prolonged segment, there was a dialogue interruption, in which one of his guards informs him about the gypsy's escape from the cathedral. Is blazing in me out of all control ", or to "let her be mine and mine alone", which indictes Frollo's great sexual desire for Esmeralda. Spring: Disney's Easter Wonderland

However, Alan Menken refused, so Tony had to take vocal lessons until he could get it right. Frollo claiming it is not his fault he is sinning, and blaming Esmeralda for tempting him can be seen as an act of Sloth, as he is not taking the initiative to better himself, nor taking responsibility for his own sins. Envy towards anyone else who may gain her affections. So he joined with veteran producer/drummer Tom Hambridge, whose work with Buddy Guy proves that he knows his way around hot guitarists aiming to increase their marketplace visibility. Through sheer persistence and hard work, Walker has as much if not more cred, talent, and journeyman status than any other blues player of his generation. But he is in torment because he can’t deny his own feelings of lust and can’t reconcile his guilt with his self-righteousness. Way to go, Disney! The common, vulgar, weak, licentious crowd

The judge vows to "burn down all of Paris," and the song resumes. Frollo, however, turns away from the light and gives into his obsession, a decision that prevents his entry into Heaven while cementing his damnation. Or she will burn! Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hellfire - Joe Louis Walker on AllMusic - 2012 - There's no question that Joe Louis Walker… He made the devil so much stronger than a man (Kyrie Eleison (Lord have mercy))

There's Magic in the Stars • Disney Dreams! The hooded priests represent Frollo's conscience, suggesting that Frollo knows deep down that he is vulnerable to sin, but his God complex and pride prevent him from confessing his sins and being at peace. This was/is one of Disneys darkest animated movies.

He real very bad, I Think It’s Great; my dad hates it he says “Turn off this Damning Song.”. It's not my fault (Mea culpa (My fault)) Halloween Parade • The Disney Villains Halloween Showtime • Villains Grove • Villains Mix and Mingle • Villains Night Out! There's no question that Joe Louis Walker deserves all the attention he should receive with his first Alligator release.