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Takatalvi

Sonata Arctica

Type:
EP
Release date:
November 5th, 2003
Catalog ID:
MICP-10403
Label:
Avalon Online
Format:
CD
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 80%)
1. San Sebastian (original version) 04:46   Show lyrics
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2. The Gun 03:38   Show lyrics
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3. Still Loving You (Scorpions cover) 04:35   Show lyrics
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4. Shy 04:19   Show lyrics
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5. Dream Thieves 04:26   Show lyrics
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6. I Want Out (Helloween cover) 03:54   Show lyrics
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7. Fade to Black (Metallica cover) 05:43   Show lyrics
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Band members
Tony Kakko Vocals
Henrik Klingenberg Keyboards
Tommy Portimo Drums
Marko Paasikoski Bass
Jani Liimatainen Guitars
Guest/Session
Mikko Härkin Keyboard solo (track 2)
Miscellaneous staff
Hiroyuki Yoshihama Photography
ToxicAngel Cover art
Mika Jussila Mastering
Mikko Karmila Mixing
Ahti Kortelainen Recording, Mixing (track 7)
Suguru Furuta Artwork
Mikko Härkin Keyboard solo (track 2)
Hiroyuki Yoshihama Photography
ToxicAngel Cover art
Mika Jussila Mastering
Mikko Karmila Mixing
Ahti Kortelainen Recording, Mixing (track 7)
Suguru Furuta Artwork
Read Kickass flower metal 80% MaDTransilvanian May 24th, 2009

Only released in Japan.

Includes a live video of "Broken".

Tracks 1, 3, 4 & 6 taken from the MCD "Successor".
Tracks 2 & 5 taken from the single "Broken".
Track 7 taken from the album "A Tribute To The Four Horsemen".

Recorded at Tico Tico Studio.
Mixed at Finnvox Studios except "Fade to Black" at Tico Tico Studio.
Mastered at Finnvox Studios.

Re-released by Spinefarm Records in 2010 with the following bonus tracks:
08. Black Sheep
09. Mary-Lou (Acoustic Version)
10. The Wind Beneath My Wings
11. Die With Your Boots On

"Takatalvi" literally means "backwinter" in Finnish, and it refers to the cold weather ("talvi" stands for "winter") that rarely comes back again ("taka") in Spring or Summer in Central and Southern Finland.

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