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|2.||Der Tod Wuotans||06:43||Instrumental|
|4.||Die Liebe Nerþus'||02:14||Instrumental|
|5.||Frijôs einsames Trauern||06:15||Instrumental|
|7.||Frijôs goldene Tränen||02:38||Instrumental|
|8.||Der weinende Hadnur||01:16||Instrumental|
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Also released as a Digipack and LP.
LP version limited to 1000 copies on gold vinyl. Included a poster of the cover art and 12-page A-5 booklet.
Hliðskjálf is the name of Odin's throne.
Recorded during summer 1998. Varg used full keyboard sound instead of MIDI this time.
Though there are lyrics in the booklet, the music itself doesn't have any vocals. The text is to inform the reader about what the atmosphere surrounding the songs themselves should be, or rather, what the songs should feel like in general.
Song titles in English are:
1. Tuisto's Heart
2. The Death of Wotan
3. Warriors of Ansuzgarda
4. The Love of Nerthus
5. Frijo's Lonesome Mourns
6. The Power of Empathy
7. Frijo's Golden Tears
8. The Crying Hadnur
Re-released on LP in 2005 by Back on Black.
Re-released on CD in 2010 by Byelobog Productions. Comes with a slipcase featuring brand new exclusive artwork.