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Blackwater Park

Opeth

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 12th, 2001
Catalog ID:
CDMFN 264
Label:
Music for Nations
Format:
CD
Reviews:
23 reviews (avg. 77%)
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5. Dirge for November 07:54   Show lyrics
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6. The Funeral Portrait 08:44   Show lyrics
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7. Patterns in the Ivy 01:53   instrumental
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8. Blackwater Park 12:08   Show lyrics
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Band members
Mikael Åkerfeldt Guitars, Vocals
Peter Lindgren Guitars
Martín Méndez Bass
Martin Lopez Drums
Guest/Session
Steven Wilson Vocals (backing), Keyboards, Mellotron, Guitars
Markus Lindberg Percussion (3 eggs)
Miscellaneous staff
Steven Wilson Producer, Mixing, Engineering
Travis Smith Cover art
Fredrik Nordström Mixing, Engineering
Göran Finnberg Mastering
Harry Välimäki Photography
Mikael Åkerfeldt Guitars, Vocals
Peter Lindgren Guitars
Martín Méndez Bass
Martin Lopez Drums
Steven Wilson Vocals (backing), Keyboards, Mellotron, Guitars
Markus Lindberg Percussion (3 eggs)
Steven Wilson Producer, Mixing, Engineering
Travis Smith Cover art
Fredrik Nordström Mixing, Engineering
Göran Finnberg Mastering
Harry Välimäki Photography
Read Not a masterpiece, not bad... 70% DSOfan97 August 30th, 2015
Read Rising From the Murky... 76% UnholyCrusada July 5th, 2014
Read Beautiful and brutal, this... 96% psychosisholocausto February 23rd, 2013
Read I Should Not Have Waited So... 95% TyphonTheMetalNerd October 24th, 2012
Read One of the most polarizing... 97% Ingeld1066 April 18th, 2011
Read Inoffensive. 60% Haevitetty May 10th, 2010
Read Please do not headbang... 65% TheExodusAttack March 23rd, 2010
Read And now I could drink HOT... 17% Acrobat July 10th, 2009
Read A revolutionary, epic, and... 100% Idontsuckdick December 7th, 2008
Read Overrated? I don't think so. 100% reignmaster November 15th, 2008
Read A tad overrated... 65% Nhorf September 5th, 2008
Read Another prog-metal classic... 93% Ghost_of_Ktulu May 9th, 2008
Read Almost as good as Opeth gets 67% OutlawXanadu April 3rd, 2008
Read The definitive Opeth album 92% Thuggernaut January 21st, 2008
Read ... "progressive?" 75% DL_Alexithymia July 21st, 2007
Read One of the best albums I've... 100% Human666 March 26th, 2007
Read A Cross't Divide 93% Exit_Wound December 22nd, 2004
Read Creative, Artistic, and... 85% Hark_The_Dead November 17th, 2004
Read So-so, average unmemorable... 50% Manchester_Devil September 26th, 2004
Read Best CD I Have Ever... 99% ZuSNick January 30th, 2004
Read Interesting ride 85% Shred1921 July 19th, 2003
Read Blopeth 3% UltraBoris February 6th, 2003
Read An Impressive Display of... 85% Sicarius July 20th, 2002

Blackwater Park is named after a 70s hard rock band from Germany.

Recording information:

Recorded at Fredman Studio, August-October 2000.
Produced by Opeth and Steven Wilson. Engineered by Opeth, Steven Wilson and Fredrik Nordström. Mixed by Steven Wilson , Fredrik Nordström and Opeth. Mastered at Mastering Room by Göran Finnberg.

Identifiers:

Barcode: 5016583126421

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