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Category: Gothic Black/Heavy Metal
Label: Nuclear Blast (GER)
Catalog Number: NB 27361 63142
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Michael Zeissl synthesizer, grand piano|
Thorsten Weissenberger guitar
Tom Sedotschenko vocals
Stefan Kiefer guitar
Stefan Mueller bass
Marc Werner drums
Sharlie Pryce guest female vocals
Yorck Eysel guest vocals
Second album. The song Spleen is based upon a poem written by Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867, famous French writer).
Last album before Tom Sedotschenko's suicide.
|1. ||Embittered ||1:31|
|2. ||Fields Of Ashes ||6:00|
|3. ||Escape ... ||0:42|
|4. ||... On Lucid Wings ||4:15|
|5. ||Martyrium ||5:33|
|6. ||The Failure ||0:47|
|7. ||The Downfall ||6:23|
|8. ||Dedications ||1:19|
|9. ||Stormbirds ||6:04|
|10. ||As I Breathe The Dawn ||6:27|
|11. ||Spleen ||4:18|
|12. ||Universe ||6:46|
|13. ||A Part Of You ||2:26|
|14. ||Valse Bizarre ||9:30|
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|Total Running Time:|| 62:01|
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|From: John Bowlin
||Date: April 6, 2004 at 3:18|
|The last great Evereve eve album even though regret was good Evereve just is not evereve with out the great TOM SEDOTSCHENKO
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