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Opeth - Deliverance Album

  • Performer: Opeth
  • Title: Deliverance
  • Size MP3 ver: 2115 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1554 mb
  • Country: Europe
  • Date of release: 2002
  • Style: Prog Rock
  • # Catalog: CDMFN291
  • Label: Music For Nations
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
Opeth - Deliverance Album

Tracklist

1Master's Apprentices
2For Absent Friends
3Deliverance
4Wreath
5By The Pain I See In Others
6A Fair Judgement

Notes

Dark grey disc face.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5 016583 129125
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CDMFN291/MUSIC FOR NATIONS/46931
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): CDMFN291/MUSIC FOR NATION/41248
  • Label Code: LC 08541
  • Other (RTD): rtd 320.0291.2

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Music For Nations
  • Copyright (c) – Music For Nations
  • Distributed By – Rough Trade Distribution – rtd 320.0291.2

Album

Deliverance is the sixth studio album by Swedish progressive metal band Opeth. It was released on 12 November 2002. It was recorded between 22 July and 4 September 2002 see 2002 in music, at the same time as Damnation, which was released the following year. The two albums contrast starkly with one another, purposely dividing the band's two most prevalent styles, as Deliverance is considered to be one of the band's heaviest albums, whereas Damnation experiments with a much mellower progressive rock. Deliverance - Opeth. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. By request from John Kilbride. Video is blocked in every country except the USA it seems - sorry about that. Opeth's Deliverance 2002 Timestamps is Opeth's sixth studio album, following the band's highly successful 2001 album, Blackwater Park. It was recorded between July 22 and September 4, 2002 see 2002 in music, at the same time as Damnation, which was released the following year. The two albums contrast starkly with one another, as Deliverance is considered to be one of the band's heaviest albums, whereas Damnation experimented with a much mellower progressive rock-influenced sound. Deliverance and Damnation were originally intended to be released as a double album, but the band eventually decided again. Opeth discography all. Blackwater Park 2001. Still Day Beneath the Sun 2003. Type: - Deliverance Japan 2008. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Progressive Death Metal. Songs in album Opeth - Deliverance Japan 2008. Opeth - Wreath. Opeth - Deliverance. Opeth - A Fair Judgement. Opeth - For Absent Friends. Opeth - Master's Apprentices. Opeth - By The Pain I See In Others. Total votes: 2. Other albums by Opeth. Book Of Opeth. The companion album of Opeth's opus, Damnation, Deliverance was intended to provide a contrast to Damnation's tranquil, somewhat depressing progressive rock with a far heavier sound also with a touch of depressing overtones, though this is less prevalent than in Damnation. In some ways, Opeth succeed. Deliverance is definitely the Swedish band's heaviest recording and generally sticks to the brutal metal like the band promised. On the flip side, the album fails where Akerfeldt and his men usually succeed. Expressing themselves. If anything, it is this, even more so than the me. With producer and Porcupine Tree leader Steve Wilson once again on hand to assist in Opeth's quest to remain true to its origins while progressing ever forward, the band's sixth volume, Deliverance offers no great departure by established standards, but rather continues exploring the possibilities of this very fruitful relationship. Opeth benefits well from the perspective of hindsight. For more than 20 years the Swedes, led by singer-songwriter Mikael Åkerfeldt, have taken their audience on a journey loaded with stylistic twists and turns. Every new album features new surprises, new developments, new signposts in Opeth's continuing evolution as a band. Yet for every surprising moment that throws listeners for a loop, those surprises make more sense when considering Opeth's career arc


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