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Artist: Nightwish
Label: Century Media
Genre: Blues
Release: Jan 2002   My Rating: 0
Duration: 4:10
Summary: "NIGHTWISH could very well have cloned their last full studio album, Wishmaster, and would have been guaranteed to sell as many copies without the fanbase batting an eyelash. Simply put, the band is that good. NIGHTWISH is not stupid, firmly believing in artistic integrity over sales and clearly having the balls to branch out, explore and experiment with their craft. For a start, the level of bombast seems to have been turned down a notch on Century Child in favour of a more metal approach, even singer Tarja toning down her all-out opera vocals somewhat and using her voice with much broader scope. Ironically, the band has become more operatic at the same time with the addition of bassist Marco Hietala - recently stolen from Sinergy - who acts as Tarja's male lead vocal counterpart on several tracks, making a huge impact on the band's sound. No question that NIGHTWISH would be just another band with out Tarja though, who shines brighter than she ever has before. ! Century Child is yet another firm step towards greatness." (9 out of 10 review) - BRAVE WORDS & BLOODY KNUCKLES
-1st new album in over two years! Massive anticipation! -Fourth full-length from one of gothic metal's leading acts. -NIGHTWISH have already received double platinum and gold album awards in their native Finland, as well as winning two Emma Awards (the Finnish equivalent of a Grammy) and scoring four Top 10 hits at radio. -Produced by Tero Kinnunen (Nightwish) and Mikko Karmila (Amorphis, Stratovarius, Avantasia) at Caverock and Finnvox Studios in Finland.



Artist: Nightwish
Label: Century Media
Genre: Metal
Release: Jan 2001   My Rating: 0
Duration: 53:33
Summary: Third release from Finland's finest opera-style metal band. This album reached #1 on the Finnish charts in May 2000 when it was released in Europe and then gold. The female vocalist Tarja sings in a powerful operatic style, backed by other vocals and jetting from fast to dreamy ballads. Fresh and original for the metal realm.