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Category: Melodic Atmospheric Metal
Label: Hall of Sermon (SWI)
Catalog Number: HOS 7062
Frederic Heil keyboard|
Andreas Wildauer guitar
Christian K. Marx guitar
Sandra Schleret vocals
Michael Knoflach bass
Harald Obexer drums
Second album. Tracks 1-7 are a play similar in theme to The Phantom of the Opera.
|1. ||Opera ||1:45|
|2. ||The Phantom of the Opera ||4:42|
|3. ||Masquerade (act 1) ||10:58|
|4. ||Masquerade (act 2) ||6:33|
|5. ||Masquerade (Interlude) ||4:13|
|6. ||Masquerade (act 3) ||4:20|
|7. ||Masquerade (act 4) ||4:44|
|8. ||Within (The Dragon) ||6:12|
|9. ||The Maiden and the River ||6:35|
|10. ||Lost Paradise '99 ||4:31|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54:33|
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||Date: August 13, 2004 at 5:58|
|Fuckin' good album! Guys, check it out its awesome!
||Date: January 7, 2007 at 12:52|
|Great cd here! Phantom of the Opera was a great cover.I've always loved that song.Seems more on the gothic side to me.
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