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Trinity

Revolution Renaissance

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 5th, 2010
Catalog ID:
NPR 343
Label:
Napalm Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 80%)
1. Marching with the Fools 05:07   Show lyrics
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2. Falling to Rise 04:12   Show lyrics
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3. A Lot Like Me 04:32   Show lyrics
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4. The World Doesn't Get to Me 04:24   Show lyrics
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5. Crossing the Rubicon 05:18   Show lyrics
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6. Just Let It Rain 04:34   Show lyrics
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7. Dreamchild 04:30   Show lyrics
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8. Trinity 10:16   Show lyrics
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9. Frozen Winter Heart 04:27   Show lyrics
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Band members
Magnus Rosén Bass
Gus Monsanto Vocals
Bob Katsionis Keyboards
Timo Tolkki Guitars
Bruno W. Agra Drums
Guest/Session
Iva Gluhak Vocals (backing)
Mark Tuomela Vocals (backing)
Miscellaneous staff
Gustavo Sazes Artwork
Gabriel de Lima Triani Mastering (additional)
Thiago Bianchi Producer, Engineering
Santtu Lehtiniemi Producer, Engineering, Mixing, Mastering
Timo Tolkki Executive producer, Engineering
Magnus Rosén Bass
Gus Monsanto Vocals
Bob Katsionis Keyboards
Timo Tolkki Guitars
Bruno W. Agra Drums
Iva Gluhak Vocals (backing)
Mark Tuomela Vocals (backing)
Gustavo Sazes Artwork
Gabriel de Lima Triani Mastering (additional)
Thiago Bianchi Producer, Engineering
Santtu Lehtiniemi Producer, Engineering, Mixing, Mastering
Timo Tolkki Executive producer, Engineering
Read Too late now, but finally... 70% TrooperOfSteel May 9th, 2012
Read Unexpectedly great. 89% hells_unicorn January 2nd, 2011

Revolution Renaissance split up before this album was released.

Allegedly, all solos were performed by the producer Santtu Lehtiniemi.

Added by: legacy4 Modified by: RunningWild_AT
Added on: 2010-08-06 11:24:21 Last modified on: 2014-06-24 09:35:42
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