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4.53 | 30 ratings | 1 reviews | 63% 5 stars

Essential: a masterpiece of
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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2010

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1. Everything (5:04)

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Line-up / Musicians

- Vincent Cavanagh / vocals, guitar
- Daniel Cavanagh / guitar, vocals, keyboards
- Jamie Cavanagh / bass
- John Douglas / drums

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Single CD, Kscope.

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Natural DisasterNatural Disaster
Sony UK 2006
Audio CD$3.30
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Sony Bmg Europe 2008
Audio CD$2.94
$1.89 (used)
Weather SystemsWeather Systems
Imports 2016
Audio CD$8.53
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ANATHEMA Universal [Blu-ray]ANATHEMA Universal [Blu-ray]
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Kscope 2013
$5.84 (used)
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Box set · Import
Sony Import 2011
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A Sort of HomecomingA Sort of Homecoming
Kscope 2015
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Distant SatellitesDistant Satellites
Kscope 2014
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We're Here Because We're HereWe're Here Because We're Here
The End Records 2011
Audio CD$10.18
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Snapper Music Group 2008
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Fine Days 1999-04Fine Days 1999-04
Imports 2015
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ANATHEMA Everything ratings distribution

(30 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(63%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(17%)
Good, but non-essential (7%)
Collectors/fans only (7%)
Poor. Only for completionists (7%)

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Review by Conor Fynes
5 stars 'Everything' - Anathema (Single)

What a perfect choice of a single... I heard a version of this track a few years ago, and it instantly got me hyped for the album that only came out about a month ago, 'We're Here Because We're Here.' To anyone that's even vaguely familiar with the band's musical output before this point; suffice to say, Anathema don't usually make tunes with a cheery heart in mind. Melancholy, doom, and despair each find themselves prospering within the Anathema soundscape most often, but this is different. Not only is there a trace of hope here, but full- blown joy is in no short supply with 'Everything.'

Starting out with a beautiful piano melody, some vocals and finally; stunning harmonies build up the song. This is a duet between the male and female vocalist of the band; and I have to say; it works perfectly in a way that alot of songs couldn't even hope to achieve. While I'm sure that the listeners that were expecting a progressive metal meltdown here will be dissapointed, the fact remains that this is a brilliantly composed track, and one of Anathema's best songs to date. A beautiful piece of atmospheric art rock.

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