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Opium - Moonspell - Irreligious (CDr, Album)



Label: Century Media (2) - 77123-2 • Format: CDr Album, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Doom Metal, Goth Rock, Black Metal
Opium - Moonspell - Irreligious (CDr, Album)

though overblown in volume and compression as most remasters are these days, the 2CD version of Irreligious maintains the integrity of this seminal, important album by accompanying it with period recordings of the band's fierce live show in support of the record when it was released. the sound quality isn't always perfect on these live tracks, but that's part of the appeal: Moonspell young, raw, with .

 · Different barcode than the edition Moonspell - Irreligious also in the matrix does not appear the Sonopress logo. Recorded at Woodhouse Studios between the 25th of /5(16).

Released in standard jewel case. Recorded at Woodhouse Studios between the 25th of March and the 11th of May Variant 1 of this edition was also sold as part of the box set Moonspell - Sin / Pecado + Irreligious. Some copies came with a sticker on jewel case: "Aus der Viva-Werbung! auf tour mit /5().

 · You can write one. All songs taken from the current Century Media album "Irreligious". Recording information: Recorded at Woodhouse Studios. March 25th - May 11th. Identifiers: Barcode: Matrix / Runout: EURO CD NORGE A/S [01]

Shortly after the release of the excellent and extremely atmospheric "Irreligious" the song "Opium" was chosen to promote the album. Maxi-single was released in copies and today it is an extremely rare item reaching absurd prices. However, thanks to determination and a bit of luck I managed to buy it and I must admit that the release looks.


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3 Replies to "Opium - Moonspell - Irreligious (CDr, Album)"

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of "Irreligious" on Discogs.

  2. Although less raw and heavy than its predecessor, Irreligious is sure to please most of those who love Wolfheart. "Opium" is one of my all-time favorite Moonspell songs. It is moody and powerful at the same time. This is one of those albums that takes a few listens before you start picking up its nuances, but it is well worth the effort/5(39).

  3. Irreligious is the second studio album by Portuguese gothic metal band, Moonspell, released It features some of the best-known songs of the band, such as "Opium", "Ruin & Misery", "Awake!" and "Full Moon Madness". The latter is usually the closing song during almost every Moonspell concert, which over time has become a characteristic of their concerts. Before the song begins, Fernando Ribeiro Genre: Gothic metal, doom metal.

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