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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro - In the Shadow of Mount Doom (1:35)
2. The Way To Become A Priestess (4:40)
3. Enchanted Realms (5:21)
4. The Dwarves from the Lonely Mountain (7:30)
5. Frodo the Hobbit (3:10)
6. The Tale of Nimrodel (6:29)
7. The Shire (3:47)
8. Shadowway (6:48)

Total time: 39:20

Line-up / Musicians

- Falk Hartmann / bass, syrinx, vocals
- Maja Langholz / keyboard, flute, vocals, percussion
- Nils Hartmann / drums, pipes, backing vocals, percussion
- Jan-Peer Hartmann / electric guitar, lute, vocals

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CD-R December 1998

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