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  • Fox_Genetrix

    V [2]

    14 Gen 2012 Rispondi
  • nDroae

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    28 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • WoLFgaNG_U2

    My favourite song of the new album, it's just beautiful beautiful BEAUTIFUL.

    6 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    IT WORKED :D Carmen isn't on this track, that's the amazing Maite Itoiz of Elfenthal, who also sings on Étaín :)

    4 Giu 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    TAG AS "BEAUTIFUL"

    14 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • missmetal86

    I love you Liv..

    11 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • drownthemermaid

    Meredead is my favorite Leaves' Eyes song! GORGEOUS.

    5 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    AAAHAHAHAHAHA I HAD NOT NOTICED THAT XD WOW.

    27 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • MustBeDreaming1

    main riff really reminds the one from Tristania's Angina o_0 great song, anyway.

    26 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    "Be sam tweonum, awa to aldre, eow frithes healdan" - "Between the seas, always forever, peace be with you!" On my 29th listen, I've finally awoken from this song's intoxicating slumber enough to realize that these beautiful Old English lines not only open and close the song, but appear again in penultimate form after the bridge/solo, at 3:50 to 4:10, and are echoed by the choir... everything about this song is absolutely wonderful. The music is, I suppose, comparable to some work by Hans Zimmer or James Newton Howard, in that it's mainly a relatively simple progression which attains transcendence through its simplicity.

    24 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    I've got to post here what Sheila1987 wrote about this song in her review: "It is like a slow, multi-layered, enchanted tale of its own, and it somehow brings an ominous and dark feel to the album without sounding 'gothic' or pretentious in any way; this is the *best* example of the choir enriching the music. The chorus truly gives me chills each time I listen." While I certainly agree about the choir and everything else, I don't really find this song ominous. Given such past songs as Ocean's Way, Temptation, Solemn Sea, etc., I was expecting this to be a pronouncement of doom about the deadly sea, and it's true that the story here is that a woman's love lost his life to the sea.

    24 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    But it feels like a theme not of doom but of completion, both present and to come, and a promise of healing from the hurts of the past, which, yes, is what the lyrics suggest (see the wiki above), but I mean that the music supports that feeling. For me, if it's ominous, then it's not ominous for something fearfully evil, but for something fearfully good - after all, many of the best things induce fear and trembling when the time comes for us to face them. Random interesting tidbit: the only instance Google finds of "eow frithes healdan" ("peace be with you") is in The Battle of Maldon (line 41). :D

    24 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    Sometimes, very rarely, a piece of music feels so inherently right that it seems to fill a void that was always there, although I didn't know it. Ghost Love Score, Design Your Universe, and now this. Having heard this song makes me a little bit more complete. :)

    19 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    Music that gives you wings. Incredibly perfect.

    18 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • nDroae

    The piercingly beautiful vocals. They RESONATE WITH MY SOUL.

    18 Apr 2011 Rispondi

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