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My Arms, Your Hearse

Opeth

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
August 18th, 1998
Catalog ID:
Candle 025CD
Label:
Candlelight Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
20 reviews (avg. 86%)
1. Prologue 00:59   Instrumental
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2. April Ethereal 08:41   Show lyrics
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3. When 09:15   Show lyrics
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4. Madrigal 01:25   Instrumental
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5. The Amen Corner 08:44   Show lyrics
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6. Demon of the Fall 06:13   Show lyrics
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7. Credence 05:27   Show lyrics
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8. Karma 07:52   Show lyrics
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9. Epilogue 04:00   Instrumental
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Band members
Mikael Åkerfeldt Guitars, Vocals, Bass, Piano
Peter Lindgren Guitars
Martin Lopez Drums, Percussion
Guest/Session
Fredrik Nordström Hammond organ (on "Epilogue")
Miscellaneous staff
Tom Martinsen Graphic Design
Göran Finnberg Mastering
Anders Fridén Co-production, Engineering
Fredrik Nordström Production, Engineering, Mixing
Mikael Åkerfeldt Guitars, Vocals, Bass, Piano
Peter Lindgren Guitars
Martin Lopez Drums, Percussion
Fredrik Nordström Hammond organ (on "Epilogue")
Tom Martinsen Graphic Design
Göran Finnberg Mastering
Anders Fridén Co-production, Engineering
Fredrik Nordström Production, Engineering, Mixing
Read The pinnacle of flawlessness 100% GuardAwakening July 16th, 2014
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Read When can we scream instead... 97% SoundsofDecay November 28th, 2013
Read Opeth - My Arms, Your Hearse 100% Orbitball May 15th, 2012
Read Excellent blend of old and... 95% MediocreGuitarist123 February 21st, 2012
Read One Of Their Greatest 95% SonOfHades July 21st, 2011
Read Demon Of the Fall 90% jeanshack May 9th, 2010
Read Drowsiness prevails, mostly. 59% Empyreal January 7th, 2010
Read Opeth: More Coherent! 86% natrix January 23rd, 2009
Read The Pinnacle of Their Career 98% Akerfeldt_Fanboi October 20th, 2008
Read Commas do not belong in... 86% Cheeses_Priced April 7th, 2008
Read Pretty much the only reason... 89% lord_ghengis November 1st, 2007
Read Opeth - "My Arms, Your Hearse" 85% Solarian_Nocturnus May 3rd, 2007
Read A Turning Point for Opeth. 81% woeoftyrants February 4th, 2007
Read "The Day Came To An End" 94% OzzyApu October 21st, 2006
Read Opeths only consistent album 92% Sanjaya May 18th, 2006
Read Meh, not the best Opeth 57% FishyMonkey February 23rd, 2006
Read A different step 83% meedley_meedley August 15th, 2004
Read Another Excellent Release!!! 93% WitheringToSerenity March 16th, 2004
Read A few good moments here and... 55% SnipeBob January 19th, 2004

The first edition comes with a sticker on the jewel case, showing one of Opeth's old logos.

Re-released in 2000, including 2 bonus tracks:
10. Circle of the Tyrants (Celtic Frost cover) - 05:12
11. Remember Tomorrow (Iron Maiden cover) - 05:00

The double vinyl release by Displeased Records also features those 2 bonus tracks.

Also re-released in limited tin box in 2003, with the same bonus as the 2000 release.

Dedicated to Lee Barrett.

Recording information:

Recording Information:
Recorded during August/September 1997.
Produced and mixed by Opeth and Fredrik Nordström at Fredman Studios.
Mastered at the Mastering Room

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