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Elegy - Amorphis - Elegy (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Elegy on Discogs. Label: Victor - VICP- • Format: CD Album, Remastered, Repress • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Heavy Metal.
  2. Amorphis % (1/1) Elegy is the third album by the then-emerging Finnish band Amorphis. The third album, Elegy, was released in
  3. Overall Elegy is a mixed bag. Tracks such as ‘My Kantele’, ‘The Orphan’ and ‘Elegy’ show why Amorphis are so influential, writing some of the best Metal out there, and the album is an incredibly unique listen. Sadly lots of the album is weighed down by a lack of direction, inconsistent vocals and a few bad songwriting ideas.
  4. AMORPHIS "Elegy" [CD] One of the most experimental of Death Metal albums back in the mid nineties, "Elegy" was one of those experiments that sighted forwardness without being dubious for one second, they knew what they were doing, it's all reflected in the music. By composing and recording songs like "Against Widows", "The Orphan" and "My.
  5. Elegy is the third album by the then-emerging Finnish band Amorphis. The album is their first to feature a majority of clean vocals, sung by new vocalist Pasi Koskinen. The music and lyrics are inspired by the traditional Finnish ballads and poems compiled in the Kanteletar by Elias Lönnrot in /5(20).
  6. May 14,  · Format: Audio CD before this album, amorphis were doom metal and after this album they were some sort of psychodelodic progressive rock metal band with fold influences. But this is the ONE album where they combined their past and their future /5(45).
  7. May 17,  · This video is about AMORPHIS - ELEGY. The Greatest Show On Earth (Nightwish) LIVE Tampere. 10 Year old reacts.
  8. ‘Elegy’ was the second album on which Amorphis showed a massive stylistic change and it would not be the last, but it does say something that the signature sound they currently have is not too far removed from what can be heard on ‘Elegy’. It is simply an excellent work of melancholic Finnish metal.

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