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Djinn

Melechesh

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
June 26th, 2001
Catalog ID:
OPCD 109
Label:
Osmose Productions
Format:
CD
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 79%)
1. Whispers from the Tower 01:05   instrumental
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2. Genies, Sorcerers and Mesopotamian Nights 06:31   Show lyrics
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3. A Summoning of Ifrit and Genii 07:39   Show lyrics
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4. Wardjinn 05:12   Show lyrics
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5. Rub the Lantern 08:54   Show lyrics
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6. Covering the Sun 06:38   Show lyrics
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7. Kurnugi's Reign 05:42   Show lyrics
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8. Oasis of Molten Gold 04:01   Show lyrics
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9. Dragon's Legacy 05:36   Show lyrics
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10. The Siege of Lachish 11:08   Show lyrics
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Band members
Ashmedi Vocals, Vocals (backing), Guitars (lead), Guitars (rhythm), Keyboards, Lyrics
Proscriptor Drums, Percussion, Lyrics (track 7)
Al' Hazred Bass, Vocals (backing)
Moloch Guitars (lead), Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (backing), Middle Eastern buzuq
Miscellaneous staff
Wim van't Hoff Photography
Christophe Szpajdel Logo
Harry Weiring Engineering, Mixing
Erik De Boer Engineering, Mixing
Kol Marshall Mastering
Proscriptor McGovern Mastering
Kris Verwimp Artwork
Maor Appelbaum Remastering (2010 reissue)
Ashmedi Mixing
Ashmedi Vocals, Vocals (backing), Guitars (lead), Guitars (rhythm), Keyboards, Lyrics
Proscriptor Drums, Percussion, Lyrics (track 7)
Al' Hazred Bass, Vocals (backing)
Moloch Guitars (lead), Guitars (rhythm), Vocals (backing), Middle Eastern buzuq
Wim van't Hoff Photography
Christophe Szpajdel Logo
Harry Weiring Engineering, Mixing
Erik De Boer Engineering, Mixing
Kol Marshall Mastering
Proscriptor McGovern Mastering
Kris Verwimp Artwork
Maor Appelbaum Remastering (2010 reissue)
Ashmedi Mixing
Read Djinn 80% dyingseraph84 June 12th, 2010
Read Welcome To The Middle East. 80% Perplexed_Sjel July 22nd, 2009
Read Not quite there. 70% Rahzak February 14th, 2008
Read Original style 85% natrix April 18th, 2004

The Siege of Lachish is actually 6 minutes and 21 seconds long; after an extended period of silence, a Mesopotamian chant played in reverse starts at 9:32.

Vinyl edition with printed innersleeve, limited to 500 copies.

A video for ''Genies, Sorcerers and Mesopotamian Nights'' was made.

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed during February / March 2000 at Harrow Studios - Losser, Netherlands.

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