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Fatherland

Ancient Rites

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 31st, 1998
Label:
Mascot Records
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 90%)
1. Avondland 01:25   instrumental
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2. Mother Europe 04:39   Show lyrics
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3. Aris 05:31   Show lyrics
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4. Fatherland 07:08   Show lyrics
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5. Season's Change (Solstice) 05:35   Show lyrics
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6. 13th of October 1307 03:20   Show lyrics
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7. Dying in a Moment of Splendour 07:17   Show lyrics
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8. Rise and Fall (Anno Satana) 04:58   Show lyrics
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9. The Seducer 03:57   Show lyrics
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10. Cain 02:09   Show lyrics
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Band members
Walter Van Cortenberg Drums
Jan "Örkki" Yrlund Guitars, Guitars (acoustic)
Gunther Theys Vocals, Bass, Lyrics
Erik Sprooten Guitars
Guest/Session
Mika Luttinen Vocals (additional) (on "The Seducer")
Ellen van Wauwe Flute (on "13th of October 1307")
Oliver Phillips Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Jan "Örkki" Yrlund Co-Producer, Orchestra, Layout
Oliver Phillips Producer, Orchestra
Christian Moos Producer, Engineering
Siegie Photography
Walter Van Cortenberg Drums
Jan "Örkki" Yrlund Guitars, Guitars (acoustic)
Gunther Theys Vocals, Bass, Lyrics
Erik Sprooten Guitars
Mika Luttinen Vocals (additional) (on "The Seducer")
Ellen van Wauwe Flute (on "13th of October 1307")
Oliver Phillips Keyboards
Jan "Örkki" Yrlund Co-Producer, Orchestra, Layout
Oliver Phillips Producer, Orchestra
Christian Moos Producer, Engineering
Siegie Photography
Read Stunning. 89% Corimngul March 30th, 2005
Read I guess the title pretty... 90% Toujoursfidele March 7th, 2005
Recorded at Spacelab Studio, Tönisvorst, Germany.
Co-produced by Jan Yrlund and Ancient Rites.
Mastered at Q-point, Hilversum, Holland.

Japanese version features two bonus tracks (taken from the demo):
11. Fallen Angel (04:00)
12. From Beyond the Grave (04:27)

"The Seducer" is a remake of a song from the band's 1990 "Dark Ritual" demo called "Fallen Angel". This demo song was also vastly modified and used as the outro on the "Blasfemia Eternal" album. That outro does bear the title "Fallen Angel".

Artwork taken from a work by Belgian painter Jean-Léon Huens.
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