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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 14 2007 at 12:47
Originally posted by Lofcaudio Lofcaudio wrote:

Originally posted by Ed_The_Dead Ed_The_Dead wrote:

I'm still hoping for a Daniel Gildenlow appearance Wink
 
That would be outstanding.  We can dream, right?
 
I had to ask Arjen that question via email.
 
And his response was:
 
"Yeah, I Know him, incredible singer indeed!  So who Knows? ;)"
 
We can hope. I'm sure someday we will get a Gildenlow performance on Ayreon. Big%20smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 14 2007 at 23:27
Originally posted by Ed_The_Dead Ed_The_Dead wrote:

I'm sure someday we will get a Gildenlow performance on Ayreon. Big%20smile
 
I wonder if these guys know how much good publicity these types of things are.
 
I was turned onto Gildenlow through his involvement with Transatlantic on the Live in Europe DVD and then fell in love with Pain of Salvation. 
 
I knew nothing about Opeth until Akerfeldt blew me away in the Human Equation.  And just in the last month, I have purchased four Opeth CDs.
 
Now that I've fallen for Lucassen's work, I just purchased In the Electric Castle and am intrigued by Fish's vocals on that album and wonder if I should delve into the early Marillion stuff.
 
I'm sure these guys realize that they have a lot to gain from this type of collaboration and I love the fact that Lucassen makes it happen on every single Ayreon album.  He's got a pretty neat thing going which is unique in the music industry.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 15 2007 at 13:15
I'm hoping for Russel Allen and Mikael Åkerfeldt!

also, I wouldn't mind two of my favorite singers and countrymen, Roy Khan and Jørn Lande, appearing on the album Evil%20Smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 15 2007 at 19:28
Originally posted by enteredwinter enteredwinter wrote:

^ I'd put money on either Gildenlow or Steven Wilson being on it. Not both of them, that's just wishful thinking, but it seems natural that one of them will make it on the album. SW has never done Ayreon before, right?

Personally I'm hoping for Maynard James Keenan, but speaking of wishful thinking ... I know it's never gonna happen.



Not only was this some of the best news ever about Ayreon 7 but - now I desperately want these guys on it. Even though JMK would never do it. (although it would be cool.) BUT I can see SW and DG singing main "lines"...  Now that really would make an Ayreon album. Big%20smile
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