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|Freddy Lim||Vocals, Erhu|
|Doris Yeh||Bass, Vocals (backing)|
|Jesse Liu||Guitars, Vocals (backing)|
|Chan Ya Wen||Vocals (female) (on "Kaoru")|
|Yu Tien||Vocals (on "Takao")|
|Pitero Wukah Mahon||Pgaku Flute|
|Rickard Bengtson||Producer, Recording, Mixing|
|Mats Limpan Lindfors||Mastering|
|Musically Lacking||52%||GuntherTheUndying||September 20th, 2011|
|Takasago Army||77%||todesengel89||September 19th, 2011|
|At the point of breaking!||100%||darkonyx||September 19th, 2011|
|Some artistic elements veil...||55%||Metal_Detector||August 9th, 2011|
|That's one way of being...||85%||metal_militant||July 26th, 2011|
|New ChthoniC with an air of...||70%||limbonic_art666||July 22nd, 2011|
The title Takasago Army refers volunteer soldiers in the Imperial Japanese Army, recruited from the Taiwanese aboriginal tribes during World War II. Takasago Army is the third and last part of the Souls Reposed Trilogy.
Takasago (Chinese: 高砂, Japanese: タカサゴ) is an ancient Japanese term for referring to Taiwan.
Also released as Souls Reposed box limited to 200 copies, containing a bonus CD and some merchandise (shirt, flag, towel, cap, wrist band).