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My Kantele - Amorphis - Elegy (Cassette, Album)

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  • Jugar
    says:
    Elegy is the third album by the then-emerging Finnish band Amorphis. The album is their first to feature a majority of clean vocals, sung by new vocalist Pasi Koskinen. The music and lyrics are inspired by the traditional Finnish ballads and poems compiled in the Kanteletar by Elias Lönnrot in /5(20).
  • Vudolar
    says:
    album: "Elegy" () 1. Better Unborn 2. Against Widows 3. The Orphan 4. On Rich And Poor 5. My Kantele 6. Cares 7. Song Of The Troubled One 8. Weeper On The Shore 9. Elegy Relief My Kantele (Acoustic Reprise).
  • Grobar
    says:
    Overall Elegy is a mixed bag. Tracks such as ‘My Kantele’, ‘The Orphan’ and ‘Elegy’ show why Amorphis are so influential, writing some of the best Metal out there, and the album is an incredibly unique listen. Sadly lots of the album is weighed down by a lack of direction, inconsistent vocals and a few bad songwriting ideas.
  • Doushakar
    says:
    Amorphis Lyrics "My Kantele" Truly they lie, they talk utter nonsense Who say that music reckon that the kantele Was fashioned by a god Out of a great pike's shoulders album: "Elegy" () Better Unborn. Against Widows. The Orphan. On Rich And Poor. My Kantele.
  • Malarg
    says:
    An EP entitled Black Winter Day was released , while Elegy was released in Elegy showcased the new six-member lineup, completed by Pasi Koskinen as second vocalist. The lineup also included new drummer Pekka Kasari. In , Amorphis released My Kantele. In , Rantala left the group, being replaced by Santeri Kallio.
  • Vogis
    says:
    Aug 06,  · From the Album Elegy () Amorphis Line-up: Pasi Koskinen - Vocals Tomi Koivusaari - Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Tambourine Esa Holopainen - Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Electric.
  • Voodookora
    says:
    Elegy is the third album by the then-emerging Finnish band Amorphis. The album is their first to feature a majority of clean vocals, sung by new vocalist Pasi Koskinen. The music and lyrics are inspired by the traditional Finnish ballads and poems compiled in the Kanteletar by Elias Lönnrot in
  • Dami
    says:
    Elegy, an Album by Amorphis. Released on Spinefarm (catalog no. SPI 35 CD; CD). Genres: Progressive Metal, Melodic Death Metal.
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