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DISSERTATION PROPHETAE

Minas Tirith

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3.09 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Wisdoms Saberteeth (6:20)
2. What Has Eaten of it All (5:06)
3. Enemykind (4:30)
4. God of Gods God (5:34)
5. The Day My Life Lost Me (5:34)
6. A Lower Heaven (5:32)
7. I am the Night (4:42)
8. The Tunnel (5:10)
9. Ferry (4:24)

Total Time: 46:52

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Line-up / Musicians

- Frode Forsmo / bass
- Stian Kraboel / guitar
- Tony Kirkemo / drums

Releases information

Face Front Records

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Face Front Norway 2005
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3 stars The so far most recent Minas Tirith album introduced some sanity inbetween insanity. For those of you who does not know this band, it is fair to say that Minas Tirith is probably the strangest band to ever have been spawned from Norway. Their music is a mix of some zeuhl, Radiohead like rock ... (read more)

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