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Category: Symphonic Metal
Label: Nuclear Blast
Catalog Number: NB 2789-2
Anette Olzon vocals|
Emppu Vuorinen guitars
Tuomas Holopainen keyboards, piano
Marco Hietala bass, vocals
Jukka Nevalainen drums, percussion
|1. ||Taikatalvi ||2:35|
|2. ||Storytime ||5:22|
|3. ||Ghost River ||5:28|
|4. ||Slow, Love, Slow ||5:50|
|5. ||I Want My Tears Back ||5:07|
|6. ||Scaretale ||7:32|
|7. ||Arabesque ||2:57|
|8. ||Turn Loose the Mermaids ||4:20|
|9. ||Rest Calm ||7:02|
|10. ||The Crow, the Owl and the Dove ||4:10|
|11. ||Last Ride of the Day ||4:32|
|12. ||Song of Myself ||13:37|
|13. ||Imaginaerum ||6:18|
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|Total Running Time:|| 74:50|
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|From: Reverend Mayhem
||Date: March 25, 2014 at 11:11|
|Prog-metal ABBA. Symphonic keyboard pads combined with boring wall-of-sound guitars chunk-chunking underneath multi-tracked Swede babe choral vocals. A few catchy showtune-like melodies here and there, but it would be better if it all didn't sound pretty much the same, tune after tune. (Benny & Bjorn were at least more prolific.) If you're a pasty, loner goth chic or a big fan of cheeseball, Scandi-flavored operatic metal, you'll probably worship this band.
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