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The Wake of Magellan
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Category: Prog Metal
Catalog Number: 83100
Zak Stevens vocals|
Johnny Lee Middleton bass and vocals
Chris Caffery guitars and vocals
Al Pitrelli guitars and vocals
Jeff Plate drums and percussion
Jon Oliva keyboards and vocals
|1. ||The Ocean ||1:33|
|2. ||Welcome ||2:11|
|3. ||Turns To Me ||6:01|
|4. ||Morning Sun ||5:49|
|5. ||Another Way ||4:35|
|6. ||Blackjack Guillotine ||4:33|
|7. ||Paragons of Innocence ||5:33|
|8. ||Complaint in the System ||2:37|
|9. ||Underture ||3:52|
|10. ||The Wake of Magellan ||6:10|
|11. ||Anymore ||5:16|
|12. ||The Storm ||3:45|
|13. ||The Hourglass ||8:05|
|14. ||Somewhere in Time |
|15. ||Alone You Breathe acoustic bonus track ||4:37|
|16. ||Sleep acoustic bonus track ||4:16|
|17. ||Stay acoustic bonus track ||2:48|
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|Total Running Time:|| 71:41|
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||Date: September 16, 2002 at 19:47|
|A great concept album. Solid all the way through. The two vocalists adds a dimension that most bands don't have, the orchestral backgrounds add depth, and the guitar work is superb. Highly recommended.
||Date: October 14, 2003 at 20:44|
|Savatage fans....What is the name of the song that is played right when you enter the savatage website? www.savatage.com
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