Human Equation

The Human Equation

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by Ayreon

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Product Details

Release Date:
Inside Out U.S.


Disc 1

  1. Day One: Vigil
  2. Day Two: Isolation
  3. Day Three: Pain
  4. Day Four: Mystery
  5. Day Five: Voices
  6. Day Six: Childhood
  7. Day Seven: Hope
  8. Day Eight: School
  9. Day Nine: Playground
  10. Day Ten: Memories
  11. Day Eleven:

Disc 2

  1. [Untitled Track]
  2. [Untitled Track]
  3. [Untitled Track]
  4. [Untitled Track]
  5. [Untitled Track]
  6. [Untitled Track]
  7. [Untitled Track]
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  10. [Untitled Track]
  11. [Untitled Track]
  12. Day Twelve: Trauma
  13. Day Thirteen: Sign
  14. Day Fourteen: Pride
  15. Day Fifteen: Betrayed
  16. Day Sixteen: Loser
  17. Day Seventeen: Accident?
  18. Day Eighteen: Realization
  19. Day Nineteen: Disclosure
  20. Day Twenty: Confrontation

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ayreon   Primary Artist
Ken Hensley   Hammond Organ
James LaBrie   Guest Appearance
John McManus   Alto Flute,Human Whistle
Martin Orford   Synthesizer
Devin Townsend   Guest Appearance
Gary Wehrkamp   Guest Appearance
Mikael Åkerfeldt   Guest Appearance
Eric Clayton   Guest Appearance
Oliver Wakeman   Synthesizer
Arjen Anthony Lucassen   Synthesizer,Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Bass Guitar,Keyboards,Lap Steel Guitar,Mandoline
Heather Findlay   Guest Appearance
Joost Van Den Broek   Synthesizer,Spinet
Robert Baba   Violin
Michael Baker   Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Devin Townsend   Composer
Hans Pieters   Engineer
Arjen Anthony Lucassen   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Heather Findlay   Composer
Devon Graves   Composer
Dan Kearley   Engineer
Jef Bertels   Cover Painting
Pieter Kop   Engineer
Michael Baker   Engineer

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The Human Equation 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I fell in love with this album after hearing the first song. it is put together magnificantly. its genius. i love how the whole two CDs are one story. I agree with the review quote, "its not just a story, it's an adventure!". Every song gives the listener something different, a different emotion, everything. the background music is amazing, i'm a big fan of mikael akerfeldt's work and he did a great job in participating in the making of this album. every single person involved made this album perfect. out of 5 stars i give it 10. All i can say is The Human Equation is absolutely EPIC! its definitely worth the money becaue you'll never stop listening to it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago