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Release date: 10 February 2003
Style: Cello heavy metal

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Disc I [CD]
01. Prologue (Apprehension)
02. No Education
03. Far Away
04. Somewhere Around Nothing
05. Drive
06. Čohkka
07. Conclusion
08. Resurrection
09. Heat
10. Cortége
11. Pandemonium
12. Leave Me Alone [vinyl edition bonus]
13. Delution [vinyl edition bonus]
14. Toreador II
15. Epilogue (Relief)
16. Seemann [Rammstein cover] [feat. Nina Hagen] [reissue bonus]
17. Faraway Vol. 2 [extended version] [reissue bonus]
18. Delusion [reissue bonus]
19. Perdition [reissue bonus]
20. Leave Me Alone [reissue bonus]

Disc II [DVD]
01. Faraway [Live 2003]
02. Enter Sandman [Metallica cover] [Live 2003]
03. Inquisition Symphony [Live 2003]
04. Nothing Else Matters [Metallica cover] [Live 2003]
05. Somewhere Around Nothing [Live 2003]
06. Somewhere Around Nothing [promo video]
07. Faraway Vol. 2 [promo video]
08. Seemann [promo video]
09. Faraway Vol. 2 [electronic press kit]
10. Reflections [electronic press kit]
11. Seemann [electronic press kit]

Review


Line-up
Eicca Toppinen - cello
Perttu Kivilaakso - cello
Paavo Lötjönen - cello

Session musicians
Dave Lombardo - drums on track 1, 4, 8 and 10
Sami Kuoppamäki - drums
Antero Manninen - cello

Guest musicians
Nina Hagen - vocals
Linda Sundblad - vocals

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor

Rating:
9.6
The trio of Finnish cellists known as Apocalyptica reached fame by covering Metallica finest songs. Then, 2000's Cult surfaced and things were different. The world recognized the talent showcased by those guys. In 2003, yet another huge leap to success was made with Reflections.

This album is definitely more aggressive than its predecessor, notably with the addition of former Slayer drummer, Dave Lombardo, on some tracks. The rhythmic section got a huge boost with a more prominent drumming style layering more violent cello riffs.

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Big-Al - 20.01.2012 at 18:51  
Rating: 3 Boring, not bad, very musical sure... but after 10 minutes it's sooo boring... doesn't get anywhere.
Reaper_Redeamer - 30.06.2012 at 12:23  
Rating: 5 Totally overrated.... Apocalyptica have many better albums!
EmilianRostocki - 08.08.2014 at 18:55  
Rating: 10 One of my greatest time was with this record inside my car
  • no words just pure music <3

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