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Ok nefna tysvar Ty

Falkenbach

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 3rd, 2003
Catalog ID:
NPR 127
Label:
Napalm Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
11 reviews (avg. 85%)
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2. ...as Long as Winds Will Blow... 04:03   Show lyrics
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4. Donar's Oak 04:49   Show lyrics
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5. ...the Ardent Awaited Land 03:29   Show lyrics
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6. Homeward Shore 05:32   Show lyrics
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Band members
Vratyas Vakyas Vocals, All instruments
Guest/Session
Tyrann Vocals (additional)
Hagalaz Guitars (acoustic)
Boltthorn Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Christophe Szpajdel Logo
Vratyas Vakyas Recording, Mixing
Patrick Damiani Engineering
Vratyas Vakyas Vocals, All instruments
Tyrann Vocals (additional)
Hagalaz Guitars (acoustic)
Boltthorn Drums
Christophe Szpajdel Logo
Vratyas Vakyas Recording, Mixing
Patrick Damiani Engineering
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Read Sing praises to the Gods of... 100% NightOfTheRealm May 21st, 2004
Read ...And Call Tyr Twice 100% chaossphere April 21st, 2004
Read Decent, but nothing special... 75% mutiilator January 22nd, 2004
Read Heathen!!! 100% ChildOfTheTwilight December 16th, 2003

Title translation: "...and call Tyr twice...".

The digipak version comes in a cover embossed in black and gold, and contains an internet link to the Edda lines sung in "Donar's Oak".

Left: normal cover, right: digipak cover.

LP limited to 1000 copies on black vinyl.

Re-released by Hammerheart Records in 2011 on 12" vinyl. Limited to 100 copies on clear vinyl and 400 copies on gold vinyl.

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed at Tidalwave Studios in Karlsruhe, Germany

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