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King of the Nordic Twilight

Luca Turilli

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 24th, 1999
Catalog ID:
LMP 9909-013 CD
Label:
Limb Music GmbH
Format:
CD
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 79%)
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2. Black Dragon 05:04   Show lyrics
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3. Legend of Steel 05:21   Show lyrics
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4. Lord of the Winter Snow 06:06   Show lyrics
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5. Princess Aurora 03:47   Show lyrics
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6. The Ancient Forest of Elves 04:44   Show lyrics
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7. Throne of Ice 01:51   Show lyrics
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8. Where Heroes Lie 04:25   Show lyrics
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9. Warrior's Pride 03:47   Show lyrics
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10. King of the Nordic Twilight 11:38   Show lyrics
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11. Sofðu Unga Ástin Min 02:12   Show lyrics
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Band members
Luca Turilli Guitars, Keyboards (additional)
Olaf Hayer Vocals (lead), Vocals (backing), Vocals (choirs)
Sascha Paeth Bass, Guitars (acoustic), Guitars (additional)
Miro Keyboards, Vocals (choirs), Cemballo, Piano
Robert Hunecke-Rizzo Drums
Guest/Session
Thomas Rettke Vocals (choirs)
Robert Hunecke-Rizzo Vocals (choirs)
Cinzia Hunecke Rizzo Vocals (choirs)
Kirsten Metzing Vocals (choirs)
Matthias Brohmann Violin
Annette Berryman Flute
Lord James David Narrator
Enrike Ochmann Vocals (choirs)
Jasinsky Vocals (choirs)
Karl Heinz Kinzel Vocals (choirs)
Rannveig Sif Sigurdardóttir Vocals (female)
Sonja Pallasch Vocals (choirs)
Heidrun Brockhoff Vocals (choirs)
Rosina Herrera-Sicilia Vocals (choirs)
Ewald Bayerschmidt Vocals (choirs)
Georg Mihalinov Vocals (choirs)
Miscellaneous staff
Sascha Paeth Engineering, Mixing, Mastering, Producer
Eric Philippe Cover art
Karsten Koch Photography
Miro Producer
Luca Turilli Guitars, Keyboards (additional)
Olaf Hayer Vocals (lead), Vocals (backing), Vocals (choirs)
Sascha Paeth Bass, Guitars (acoustic), Guitars (additional)
Miro Keyboards, Vocals (choirs), Cemballo, Piano
Robert Hunecke-Rizzo Drums
Thomas Rettke Vocals (choirs)
Robert Hunecke-Rizzo Vocals (choirs)
Cinzia Hunecke Rizzo Vocals (choirs)
Kirsten Metzing Vocals (choirs)
Matthias Brohmann Violin
Annette Berryman Flute
Lord James David Narrator
Enrike Ochmann Vocals (choirs)
Jasinsky Vocals (choirs)
Karl Heinz Kinzel Vocals (choirs)
Rannveig Sif Sigurdardóttir Vocals (female)
Sonja Pallasch Vocals (choirs)
Heidrun Brockhoff Vocals (choirs)
Rosina Herrera-Sicilia Vocals (choirs)
Ewald Bayerschmidt Vocals (choirs)
Georg Mihalinov Vocals (choirs)
Sascha Paeth Engineering, Mixing, Mastering, Producer
Eric Philippe Cover art
Karsten Koch Photography
Miro Producer
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Recorded April-June 1999

The first chapter of the "Virtual Odyssey" saga.

The limited edition of this album comes in a digibook, with an expanded booklet and the "The Ancient Forest Of Elves" video as a bonus track.

Japanese bonus track:
Knight of Immortal Fire.

French bonus track:
Princess Aurora (French Version) (03:47)

Track 11 is unlisted on any form of the album. It is a rendition of the traditional Icelandic song "Sofðu Unga Ástin Min" ("Sleep My Little Loved One") by soprano Rannveig Sif Sigurdardóttir. The track is sometimes mistakenly referred to by her name, or as "Lullaby."

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