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Release date: 25 October 2004
Style: Symphonic power metal


8.4 | 97 votes


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14 want it

01. Shine
02. Move Along Home
03. Centennial Legend
04. Wild Chase
05. And The Road Goes On
06. What You Leave Behind
07. Elsewhere
08. October Sky
09. The Canterville Prophecy
10. The Canterville Ghost
11. On Sacred Ground [Europe limited digibook bonus]
12. Anthem [Japanese bonus]

Reviews (2)
Lyrics (11)

Additional info
All music, lyrics, vocal melodies and choirs written by LANVALL
Produced by LANVALL
Guitars, bass and keyboards recorded at Farpoint Station Studio (Austria) by FRANK PITTERS
Acoustic guitars, violin, bouzouki and saz recorded at Seagull Music Studio (Austria) by GANDALF
Drums and all vocals recorded at House of Audio Studios (Germany) by DENNIS WARD
Guitars reamped at House of Audio
Mixed by DENNIS WARD at House of Audio
Mastered by JÜRGEN LUSKY at House of Audio
Cover Design by THOMAS EWERHARD based on an idea by MIKE KOREN
Booklet Design by ALEXANDER RAUSER
All songs published by BSE Publishing/BMG-Ufa

"What You Leave Behind" theme is taken from "The Show Must Go On" song (by Queen).

European Bonus Track:
11. On Sacred Ground (06:04)

Japanese Bonus Track:
11. Anthem (02:27)

Staff review by

In the world of the Female fronted Power Metal Bands, a new album of Edenbridge, that's not anything. Evidently, that's only because they are with Nightwish and After Forever on the top of the list. If Edenbridge is a young band only formed in 1998 they have already released three albums and the last one "Shine" is certainly their most accomplished. But I think that you want to know now how is this new release… We will see in this review…

published 01.02.2005 | Comments (2)

Guest review by
Dark Cornatus

Edenbridge, the Austrian Symphonic Power Metal band, have up to this date released three albums since their beginning in 1998, this being their fourth.

Regarding female fronted Power Metal bands, I basically thought them as just another clone before I heard them, this was the third album i heard of the band at the time, and I think for a female fronted Symphonic Power Metal effort, this album, and the others are quite distinguished from the rest of the scene. How? They create Elegant yet Powerful music, on every album. What I mean by this is there are two ways you can listen to the band. I can phase my hearing toward the Keys/Vocals, and receive this calm, sensual natured sound, one I like to hear to go to sleep for example. The second is listening to the Guitar/Drums, the band is fucking Heavy under all that softness! (A good example is the second song off the album 'Move Along Home').It is well hidden, but if you look at most of their non ballad songs, it is the same thing.

published 26.05.2006 | Comments (6)

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