Kamelot - Ghost Opera - The Second Coming [Compilation]


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Release date: 28 March 2008
Style: Symphonic power metal

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Disc I
01. Solitaire
02. Rule The World
03. Ghost Opera
04. The Human Stain
05. Blücher
06. Love You To Death
07. Up Through The Ashes
08. Mourning Star
09. Silence Of The Darkness
10. Anthem
11. EdenEcho
+ Memento Mori [video]
+ Human Stain [video]

Disc II [Live From Belgrade]
01. Solitaire
02. Ghost Opera
03. The Human Stain
04. Mourning Star
05. When The Lights Are Down
06. Abandoned
07. The Haunting
08. Memento Mori
09. Epilogue
10. March Of Mephisto
11. Season's End [studio tracks bonus]
12. Pendulous Fall [studio tracks bonus]
13. Epilogue [studio tracks bonus]
14. Rule The World [Remix] [studio tracks bonus]

Additional info
Recorded at Gate Studios in Wolfsburg, Germany.
Produced by Sascha Paeth and Miro.
Engineered by Sascha Paeth, Miro, Olaf Reitmeier & Simon Oberender.
Additional vocal recordings dne by Bredo Myrvang at The Sound Residence in Oslo, Norway.

Artwork and layout by Mattias Norén.

Live from Belgrade.
Recorded April 2007 at SKC Hall, Belgrade, Serbia.

Recorded by Arnold Lindberg.

Mixed by Sascha Paeth at Pathway Studios.
Mastered by Miro and Sascha Paeth at Gatestudio.
Additional engineering and editing by Olaf Reitmeier and Philip Colodetti.

Staff review by
Jeff
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Let's talk a bit today about "Ghost Opera - The Second Coming", the re-release version of Kamelot's last album. Ghost Opera was only released last year (2007) but like Kreator with their second version of "Enemy Of God" Kamelot is back with a new "re-release" full of bonuses. Sure this is not a must for the people who already have the original album, but if you don't have it yet, I highly recommend you to buy "Ghost Opera - The Second Coming" instead of the simple "Ghost Opera".

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published 03.05.2008 | Comments (7)

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03.07.2011 - 22:49
Rating: 10
Metal_4Ever
Awesome I'll still listen to that album 'till I close my eyes, close my eyes, ..
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26.01.2013 - 15:15
Rating: 8
NocturnalStalker
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I really like this album. In my opinion, it's close to being the pinnacle of Kamelot's dramatic power metal (as I call it). Surely not all songs are interesting musically but Roy Khan's charismatic and heartfelt vocals make up for it to some extent.
The second CD is also nice with great live performance. Though, bonus songs don't seem to be on the same level as the album itself.
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"And we are not who we think we are
We are who we're afraid to be"
- Lux Occulta "The Opening of Eleventh Sephirah"
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