Elend - Weeping Nights


8 | 21 votes |
Release date: 1997
Style: Dark Ambient , Neoclassical

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01. Weeping Night
02. O Solitude
03. The Embrace
04. Nocturne
05. Ethereal Journeys
06. The Luciferian Revolution
07. Eden (The Angel In The Garden)
08. Dancing Under The Closed Eyes Of Paradise
09. Les Ténèbres Du Dehors

Additional info
Also in Digipack version (first 4000 copies numbered).

All instruments and vocals performed by Nathalie Barbary, Iskandar Hasnawi and Renaud Tschirner.
Recorded at BM Studio.
Engineered, mixed and produced by Sébastien Roland. Second engineer: Laurent Césard.
Words and music by Hasnawi/Tschirner, except "O Solitude", "a Song on a Ground", words by Katherine Philips, music by Henry Purcell, and "The Embrace", a free adaption of a song by Henry Purcell ("the last one that Mr. Purcell sett, it being in his sickness"): words, adaption and arrangements by Hasnawi/Tschirner.

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18.05.2017 - 01:46
Mr. Doctor
Skandino
Well, not much to mention here. This should have been an EP considering the first 3 tracks were the only new ones at the time of its' release. The other six tracks are just remixes from their sophomore album, Les Ténèbres Du Dehors... You can barely hear it but the quality of the sound has actually improved, but for some dumb reason they took off the male vocals in all those versions which is a shame as I adore those agonizing screams. Hard to give this album a rate because the music is great but it feels very unnecessary. In any case, the first 3 tracks are great as usual even though Elend could have lived without this album since the actual ending of the first triology of albums is The Umbersun.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29
Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49
Rod, let me love you.
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