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|1.||Break the Ice||04:41||Show lyrics|
|2.||The Hands of Time||05:36||Show lyrics|
|3.||Madness Strikes at Midnight||07:20||Show lyrics|
|5.||Twilight Time||05:51||Show lyrics|
|6.||The Hills Have Eyes||06:19||Show lyrics|
|7.||Out of the Shadows||04:10||Show lyrics|
|8.||Lead Us into the Light||05:46||Show lyrics|
|Boring, But Still Enjoyable||70%||PKendall317||July 24th, 2011|
|Strangely dark tales for a...||89%||hells_unicorn||April 25th, 2011|
|An underrated early dark...||80%||kluseba||February 4th, 2011|
|The heaviest album||75%||Calihector||December 16th, 2004|
|Probably their weakest album||82%||OSheaman||August 8th, 2003|
|Stratovarius for the ages!||84%||PowerMetalGuardian||February 28th, 2003|
Originally released as "Stratovarius II". At least three CD editions of II exist, 1991 and 1993 editions on CD with band cover are the most common ones but also a third and apparently very rare CD edition with feet cover exists. Vinyl edition of II comes with feet cover.
Released with new cover art and renamed to "Twilight Time" by Shark Records in October 1992. (SHARK 033).
Noise/T&T (TT 002-2) re-released Twilight Time in 1993. Noise/T&T also re-released Twilight Time on vinyl (TT 002-1).
Although there's a photo of the new bassist, Jari Behm, in the booklet, Timo Tolkki played all the bass parts on this album.