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Sigh

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 31st, 2005
Catalog ID:
CANDLE126CD
Label:
Candlelight Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
5 reviews (avg. 85%)
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2. In a Drowse 03:27   Show lyrics
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3. The Enlightenment Day 03:33   Show lyrics
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4. Confession to Be Buried 06:21   Show lyrics
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5. The Tranquilizer Song 03:20   Show lyrics
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6. Midnight Sun 03:45   Show lyrics
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7. Silver Universe 03:51   Show lyrics
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8. Gavotte Grim 07:27   Show lyrics
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9. Messiahplan 03:47   Show lyrics
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10. - 02:12  
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11. The Tranquilizer Song (David Harrow Mix) 04:02  
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Band members
Satoshi Fujinami Bass, Guitars
Mirai Kawashima Vocals, Keyboards, Samples, Sitar, Tabla, Glockenspiel, Gong, Taisho-Koto, Tibetan Bells
Shinichi Ishikawa Guitars
Junichi Harashima Drums
Guest/Session
Paul Groundwell Guitars (lead) (track 1)
Niklas Sundin Guitars (lead) (track 2)
Bruce Lamont Saxophone (tracks 2, 3, 4, 6)
Gus G. Guitars (lead) (tracks 4, 7)
Killjoy Voices, Narration (tracks 4, 7, 8)
Metatron Narration (track 4)
Gunface Guitars (lead) (track 9)
Miscellaneous staff
Ken Sorceron Remastering (for vinyl)
T. Osada Engineering
Tenkotsu Kawaho Photography
Adam Wentworth Art direction, Illustration, Design
Satoshi Fujinami Bass, Guitars
Mirai Kawashima Vocals, Keyboards, Samples, Sitar, Tabla, Glockenspiel, Gong, Taisho-Koto, Tibetan Bells
Shinichi Ishikawa Guitars
Junichi Harashima Drums
Paul Groundwell Guitars (lead) (track 1)
Niklas Sundin Guitars (lead) (track 2)
Bruce Lamont Saxophone (tracks 2, 3, 4, 6)
Gus G. Guitars (lead) (tracks 4, 7)
Killjoy Voices, Narration (tracks 4, 7, 8)
Metatron Narration (track 4)
Gunface Guitars (lead) (track 9)
Ken Sorceron Remastering (for vinyl)
T. Osada Engineering
Tenkotsu Kawaho Photography
Adam Wentworth Art direction, Illustration, Design
Read Do yourself a favor: get... 88% Ribos October 21st, 2008
Read Sigh's power metal opus 90% dextromethorphanman January 5th, 2006
Read Lots of fun... and lots of... 90% cinedracusio November 23rd, 2005
Read Not up to Sigh's standards 75% vorfeed October 10th, 2005
Read What could have been 82% haikuholocaust September 23rd, 2005

Sigh have admitted their claims that the album was recorded using Japanese World War II sonic weaponry techniques were false. The rumour was circulated firstly to excuse the poor final master and also because Century Media refused to distribute the album. The label had actually been expecting a more black metal-oriented album and were dissatisfied with the avant-garde direction Sigh had taken. The album was eventually remastered and reissued by The End Records.

Added by: moonfire Modified by: Azmodes
Added on: 2005-07-17 18:01:10 Last modified on: 2016-05-08 16:00:10