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|Sascha Paeth||Guitar, Guest Appearance|
|Thomas Rettke||Choir, Chorus|
|Cinzia Rizzo||Choir, Chorus|
|Thomas Youngblood||Guitar, Group Member|
|Glenn Barry||Bass, Group Member|
|Casey Grillo||Drums, Group Member|
|Oliver Palotai||Keyboards, Group Member|
|Simone Simons||Vocals, Guest Appearance|
|Sascha Paeth||Producer, Engineer, Mastering|
Posted October 1, 2010
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If you are new, or old when it comes to being a fan of these great musicians, you'd agree on something: This is one powerful and beautiful album. It starts off with a track completely composed of a violin, then it goes to the array of dark, arabic melodies of 'Rule the World', then into an operatic setting, the title track, 'Ghost Opera'. It also goes to a powerful metal track 'The Human Stain', and beautiful ballads of 'Blutcher' and 'Love you to Death'. 'Up Through the Ashes' is a very familiar to those who are long time fans, due to the band's signature sound that makes it sound very unique. 'EdenEcho', being the finisher, makes you react strongly after the soft pianos of the hymn 'Anthem', and let you feel the emotions embedded to this very sad and longing tune. Orchestra and Choir is woven magnificently to the album everywhere. The live performances are not edited to sound like the actual studio song recordings, and that's when you realize that Kamelot is a much more real and soulful band. I recommend it to anyone who wants a break from the mainstream scene and want a much more inspiring and refreshing feel to what they listen to. Long live the Kamelot Nation!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 13, 2009
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