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|2.||In My Time of Need||05:50||Show lyrics|
|3.||Death Whispered a Lullaby||05:49||Show lyrics|
|5.||Hope Leaves||04:30||Show lyrics|
|6.||To Rid the Disease||06:21||Show lyrics|
|Steven Wilson||Piano, Mellotron, Fender Rhoades, Vocals (backing), Lyrics ("Death Whispered a Lullaby"|
|Well, I'll Be Damned!||77%||UnholyCrusada||July 5th, 2014|
|Damnation Has Never Sounded...||100%||TyphonTheMetalNerd||October 24th, 2012|
|Aptly Titled Deliverance||100%||eyes_of_apocalypse||October 8th, 2012|
|And I should step out of...||90%||extremesymphony||June 4th, 2012|
|Beautifully depressing||100%||metalbassist||January 24th, 2012|
|Opeth - Damnation||80%||ConorFynes||July 5th, 2011|
|Would You Tell Him What to Do?||90%||KTM||June 24th, 2011|
|Opeth goes atmospheric||75%||Nhorf||September 5th, 2008|
|Pretty indeed, but slow...||70%||globaldomination||September 2nd, 2008|
|Damnation||100%||Epilogue||May 30th, 2008|
|Absolutely stunning||97%||Mikesn||March 23rd, 2007|
|Deeper and Darker||97%||ShadowsFallen||November 15th, 2006|
|Opeth Is Much Better This...||100%||MutatisMutandis||September 23rd, 2005|
|Sensitivity on the Genius Side||95%||FagsAreGay||June 9th, 2005|
|Not For the Average...||92%||Dark_Mewtwo1||May 4th, 2005|
|Fucking fuck fuck...||20%||Reaper||October 6th, 2004|
|This can't possibly be...||19%||UltraBoris||March 11th, 2003|
All music written by Mikael Åkerfeldt.
Opeth's first progressive rock album, which lacks the death metal overdubs and extreme metal influences.
This album was supposed to be released together with "Deliverance", but Music For Nations decided to delay "Damnation" for a couple of months.
First pressing came in a digipack.
The vocal melody in the chorus of "To Rid the Disease" is borrowed from a track recorded by Mikael Åkerfeldt's side-project Sörskogen, "Mordet i Grottan".
Recorded during the 22nd of July and the 4th of September in Nacksving studios and Studio Fredman, Gothenburg, SWE. Engineer by Opeth and Steven Wilson. Mixed and mastered by Steven Wilson.