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Release date: 21 August 1997
Style: Progressive metal


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01. ! (Foreword)
02. Welcome To Entropia
03. Winning A War
04. People Passing By
05. Oblivion Ocean
06. Stress
07. Revival
08. Void Of Her
09. To The End
10. Never Learn To Fly [Japanese bonus]
11. Circles
12. Nightmist
13. Plains Of Dawn
14. Leaving Entropia (Epilogue)

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Entropia was first released by the Japanese company Marquee on their Avalon label in August 1997. It was subsequently released in Romania (1998 on Rocris Discs), in Europe (September 1999 on InsideOut Music), in South America (September 1999 on Hellion), and in the USA (2000 on InsideOut America)

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This album is the one that started it all. Daniel Gildenlöw started this band in 1984 at the age of 11, and this album came out in Japan in 1997 and in Europe in 1999. During this time, writing and performing music in various shows and contests definitely helped to evolve the sound. At the age of 24, Daniel was in my humble opinion a really good songwriter and showcasing his amazing voice, one of metal's best! Along with D. Magdic (his only album with the band, although he co-wrote some songs for the next album) they wrote this impressive first album for Pain Of Salvation.

published 18.02.2008 | Comments (12)

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Unhealer - 09.05.2012 at 16:37  
Rating: 8 I brought this one yesterday and just gave it the first "proper" listen. I must say it's a lot better than I expected, very funky record.
BloodTears - 09.05.2012 at 21:00  
Rating: 9
Written by Unhealer on 09.05.2012 at 16:37

I brought this one yesterday and just gave it the first "proper" listen. I must it's a lot better than I expected, very funky record.

One of my favourites by them. It was the first POV album I bought, good memories too

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