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Minas Morgul


Release date:
October 16th, 1995
Napalm Records
8 reviews (avg. 81%)
1. Soul Wandering 02:32   instrumental
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2. Lugburz 07:15   Show lyrics
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3. The Passing of the Grey Company 09:16   Show lyrics
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4. Morthond 06:44   Show lyrics
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5. Marching Homewards 08:11   Show lyrics
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6. Orthanc 01:39   instrumental
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7. Ungolianth 06:37   Show lyrics
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8. Dagor Bragollach 05:05   Show lyrics
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9. Through the Forest of Dol Guldur 04:47   Show lyrics
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10. The Legend of the Master-Ring 05:27   Show lyrics
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11. Dor Daedeloth 10:16   Show lyrics
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Band members
Protector Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Silenius Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
Georg Hrauda Producer, Mixing
P.K. Lyrics
Protector Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Silenius Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Georg Hrauda Producer, Mixing
P.K. Lyrics
Read pretend the last album... 81% RapeTheDead July 11th, 2013
Read Bad synths + eurodance =... 95% caspian March 5th, 2009
Read Huge improvement over the... 75% linkavitch February 23rd, 2009
Read This doesn't taste too bad. 80% karma_sleeper July 22nd, 2008
Read Start of something amazing 40% Cody_likes_the_kvlt December 19th, 2007
Read epic metal landmark 87% odradek June 19th, 2007
Read Absolutely Spellbinding. 90% Lunar_Strain March 21st, 2007
Read Perfection 100% pilsengrinder March 21st, 2007
Produced and mixed at Tonstudio Hörnix.

- Released on tape by Mystic Production.
- Reissued on CD and Tape in 2002 by Irond Records. For sale in the territory of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and Baltic States only.
- Reissued on CD in 2007 by Napalm Records.
- Double picture disc released in July 2007 by Temple of Darkness Records, as part of "Sounds of Middle-Earth" boxed set. Limited to 1000 copies.
- Released in 2013 by Napalm Records on 180 gram 2-LP in gatefold (300 copies as blue vinyl and 200 copies as gold vinyl including poster)
- Re-released in 2013 by Nordvis Produktion on tape limited to 150 copies.

Lyrics based on writings by J. R. R. Tolkien.

The front illustration of the album was taken from Mark Harrison's cover painting for Roger Taylor's The Call of the Sword (1988) novel.
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