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Blind Guardian - A Twist In The Myth

Blind Guardian - A Twist In The Myth
Title:
A Twist In The Myth
Performer:
Blind Guardian
Style:
Heavy Metal
Released:
2011
Catalog:
NB 2821-1, 27361 28211
Country:
Europe
MP3 album size:
2993 mb
FLAC album size:
2137 mb
Genre:
Label:
Nuclear Blast

Tracklist


1Carry The Blessed Home4:03
2This Will Never End5:07
3Another Stranger Me4:36
4Lionheart4:15
5Dead Sound Of Misery5:18
6Straight Through The Mirror5:48
7Turn The Page4:16
8Otherland5:14
9The New Order4:49
10Skalds And Shadows3:13
11The Edge4:27
12Fly5:43


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NB 1515-2, 27361 15152, NB 1617-2Blind Guardian A Twist In The Myth ‎(CD, Album, Enh)Nuclear Blast, Nuclear Blast, Nuclear BlastNB 1515-2, 27361 15152, NB 1617-2Europe2006
NB 1515-0, 27361 15150Blind Guardian A Twist In The Myth ‎(CD, Album + CD, Enh + Ltd, Dig)Nuclear Blast, Nuclear BlastNB 1515-0, 27361 15150Europe2006
NB 1720-2Blind Guardian A Twist In The Myth ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Nuclear BlastNB 1720-2Germany2006
VICP-65114Blind Guardian A Twist In The Myth ‎(CD, Album, RE)VictorVICP-65114Japan2012
NB 2821-1, 27361 28211Blind Guardian A Twist In The Myth ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Gre)Nuclear Blast, Nuclear BlastNB 2821-1, 27361 28211Europe2011


Credits


  • Artwork, Design ConceptAnthony Clarkson
  • BassOliver Holzwarth
  • ChoirOlaf Senkbeil, Rolf Köhler, Thomas Hackmann
  • Design [Booklet]Nikolay S. Simkin
  • Drums, Percussion, Flute, BagpipesFrederik Ehmke
  • EngineerCharlie Bauerfeind, Jan Rubach
  • Engineer [Assistant]Marc Schettler
  • KeyboardsMartin G. Meyer, Pat Benzner
  • Lead GuitarAndré Olbrich
  • Lyrics ByKürsch
  • Mixed By, Mastered ByCharlie Bauerfeind
  • Music ByOlbrich, Kürsch
  • Photography ByAxel Jusseit
  • ProducerBlind Guardian, Charlie Bauerfeind
  • Rhythm GuitarMarcus Siepen
  • VocalsHansi Kürsch


Notes


Mixed green/clear vinyl in gatefold. Includes poster.

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Twilight Hall Studios/Germany from September 2005 - April 2006.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 7 27361 28211 0
  • Barcode (back sticker): 727361282110
  • Label Code: LC 07027


Companies


  • Manufactured By – Nuclear Blast GmbH
  • Distributed By – Nuclear Blast GmbH
  • Recorded At – Twilight Hall Studios
  • Mixed At – Twilight Hall Studios
  • Mastered At – Twilight Hall Studios


Video



Album


A Twist in the Myth is the eighth studio album by the German heavy metal band Blind Guardian. It was originally set to be released on September 5, 2006 in Europe which became the North American release date, but Nuclear Blast changed the release date to September 1, 2006. The book contains the digipak, along with a guitar pick, booklet and. A Twist In The Myth 2008. Battalions of Fear is the debut album by German metal band Blind Guardian released in 1988. The album is a raw and unpolished speed metal effort that touches on thrash metal. It lacks many of the stylistic flourishes that would mark the bands music in later years, focusing more on speed and aggression. The opening track Majesty remains a fan favorite and is often featured in the bands live performances. This album was remastered, remixed and re-released on 15 June 2007, with the whole first demo tape, Symphonies of Doom, of the band at the time called Lucifers. Blind Guardian - This Will Never End. Blind Guardian - Otherland. Blind Guardian - Turn The Page. Listen free to Blind Guardian A Twist in the Myth This Will Never End, Otherland and more. 11 tracks 51:30. A Twist in the Myth is the eighth studio album by the German power metal band Blind Guardian. Release Date. 9 January 2006. Album 2006 11 Songs. A Twist In the Myth Blind Guardian. Guardian - A Twist In The Myth 2006. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The book contains the digipak, along with a guitar pick, booklet and certificate of authenticity and autographs, as well as a dragon-shaped seal and a bar of red seali. Blind Guardian fans have grown accustomed to waiting long periods between the band's studio albums, which these masters of German progressive power metal tend to deliver only every four years or so - much like World Cups, curiously enough. With A Twist in the Myth, Blind Guardian seemly openly embraced the digital age of modern music, dealing a heavy blow to the perceived authenticity of their songwriting formula and the execution of their instrumentation. Pretentious is not a word that would normally apply to the kings of power metal, yet it seems appropriate when used to describe the band's 2006 album. In terms of pure songs, A Twist in the Myth lets itself down slightly, since there is the potential for an album like this to be an all-encompassing experience, which sadly doesn't transpire due to some weaker cuts