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The Butterfly Effect

Moonspell

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
September 13th, 1999
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Century Media Records
Format:
Unknown
Reviews:
4 reviews (avg. 66%)
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2. The Butterfly FX 03:51   Show lyrics
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3. Can't Bee 05:11   Show lyrics
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4. Lustmord 03:44   Show lyrics
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5. Selfabuse 04:16   Show lyrics
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6. I Am the Eternal Spectator 03:31   Show lyrics
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7. Soulitary Vice 03:27   Show lyrics
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8. Disappear Here 03:33   Show lyrics
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9. Adaptables 03:01   Show lyrics
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10. Angelizer 04:30   Show lyrics
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11. Tired 05:24   Show lyrics
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12. K (O Mal de Cristo) 12:40   Show lyrics
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Band members
Miguel Gaspar Drums
Sérgio Crestana Bass
Ricardo Amorim Guitars
Fernando Ribeiro Vocals, Lyrics
Pedro Paixão Keyboards, Samples
Miscellaneous staff
Paulo Moreira Photography, Layout
Patrick Bird Mastering
Richard Hinton Engineering (assistant)
Andy Reilly Producer, Engineering, Mastering
Carsten Drescher Artwork, Layout
Miguel Gaspar Drums
Sérgio Crestana Bass
Ricardo Amorim Guitars
Fernando Ribeiro Vocals, Lyrics
Pedro Paixão Keyboards, Samples
Paulo Moreira Photography, Layout
Patrick Bird Mastering
Richard Hinton Engineering (assistant)
Andy Reilly Producer, Engineering, Mastering
Carsten Drescher Artwork, Layout
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Layout by Carsten Drescher (Media Logistics) and Paulo Moreira

The initial European pressing came in a Digipak.

Also released on yellow vinyl LP, limited to 1,000 copies.

The album is characterised by a more experimental approach than their previous material, incorporating many elements of electronic music and industrial metal.

The music is composed primarily by the band's keyboardist, Pedro Paix√£o.

The beginning of Tired samples Mozart's Requiem.

A music video was made for "The Butterfly FX".

Recording information:

Recorded at Trident II Studios, London, June '99
Mastered at Sounddiscs

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