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OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY

Nightwish

 

Progressive Metal

3.00 | 22 ratings

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Vobiscum
3 stars "Over The Hills And Far Away" in his overall result is a good record of the band. This "Ep" is basically made ​​of re-recordings and live versions. The title track as well as other remakes follow what the band was before the watershed, "Century Child". "Astral Romance" had a more serious tone in order to help "Tarja Turunen" interpretation. The original version required a lot of it and so ... The live tracks feature the familiar sound of the band, with the bases and guitar solos "Erno" Emppu "Vuorinen," the effects of keyboard "Tuomas Holopainen" and the voice of "Tarja", as well as a complement to other members . "10th Man Down" and "Away" are as previously unreleased tracks from the "Ep." The live tracks feature the familiar sound of the band, with the bases and guitar solos "Erno" Emppu "Vuorinen," the effects of keyboard "Tuomas Holopainen" and the voice of "Tarja", as well as a complement to other members . "10th Man Down" and "Away" are as previously unreleased tracks from the "Ep." Participations "Tapio Wilska" on track "10th Man Down". Nothing expecional in general, but applies to hearing.
Vobiscum | 3/5 |

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