|unica723||Fecha: Jueves, 2013-10-10, 2:42 PM | Mensaje # 1|
Opeth - Lamentations (2003) Opeth was formed in 1990 by vocalist David Isberg. He later recruited bassist Mikael Åkerfeldt without the consent of the
other band members he previously hired, which resulted in the departure
of all members except Isberg and Åkerfeldt. Isberg soon left, but
Åkerfeldt decided to remain in the band and keep it in activity. For
this he contacted guitarist Peter Lindgren, bassist Johan DeFarfalla,
and drummer Anders Nordin. With this lineup, they recorded a demo, which
led to the band’s first record label contract. Candlelight Records
signed the band. In 1995, Opeth released their first studio album,
Orchid, and after more changes to the lineup, the band released
Morningrise and My Arms, Your Hearse in 1996 and 1997 respectively.
Åkerfeldt and Lindgren, the two remaining members of the band, asked
drummer Martin Lopez and bassist Martin Mendez to join the band, both of
whom accepted. In 1999, they released the concept album Still Life.
Steven Wilson joined Opeth in the studio for their fifth album, 2001's
Blackwater Park, producing and providing extra backing vocals and
instruments. The band supported the album with their first worldwide
tour. After promoting the album, Opeth entered the studio again,
recording two albums. The first album, Deliverance that was released in
2002, debuted at number 19 on the Top Heatseekers in the United States.
The second album, Damnation was released a year later, and peaked at
number 192 on the Billboard 200. Per Wiberg joined the band as a
keyboardist and recorded Ghost Reveries, which peaked at number 64 on
the Billboard 200. Lopez and Lindgren both left Opeth and were replaced
by Martin Axenrot and Fredrik Åkesson. In 2008, the band released their
ninth studio album Watershed, which debuted at number 23 on the
Billboard 200 and peaked at the top of the Finnish charts. Their tenth
studio album Heritage which released in 2011, debuted at number 19 on
the Billboard 200, at number 2 on the US Hard Rock Albums and at No. 6
on the Rock Albums charts, making it highest charting record to date.
Also, the album peaked on the UK Albums chart.
Mikael Åkerfeldt – vocals, guitar
Peter Lindgren – guitar
Martin Lopez – drums
Martin Mendez – bass guitar
Per Wiberg – keyboard, backing vocals
Lamentations (Live at Shepherds Bush Empire 2003) is Opeth's first live
DVD, released under the Music For Nations label in 2003. It was recorded
at the Shepherd's Bush Empire on 25 September 2003.
Lamentations features Opeth playing the album Damnation in its entirety,
followed by some of the band's songs from Blackwater Park and
The DVD also includes a documentary on the making of both Damnation and
Deliverance. The documentary covers both albums because they were
recorded at the same time.
A 2-disc CD version of the live recording was released in 2006 in a collector's edition slipcase.
The only song that was played from albums prior to Blackwater Park was
"Demon of the Fall" (from the album My Arms, Your Hearse) as an encore
song. This song was not filmed for the DVD. Licensing issues with
previous record labels prevented this from happening at the time of the
The recording is generally regarded as having exceptionally clear and
beautiful sound and visual quality, although Allmusic reviewer John
Serba complained of the ubiquity of shots from what he termed the
"Åkerfeldt Orifice Cam", showing close-ups of the singer's mouth and
nose in excruciating detail.
This was the first Opeth release with Per Wiberg, who officially joined Opeth on Ghost Reveries.
03. In My Time of Need
04. Death Whispered a Lullaby
06. Hope Leaves
07. To Rid the Disease
08. Ending Credits
11. Master's Apprentices
12. The Drapery Falls
14. The Leper Affinity
15. A Fair Judgement
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|ojotigre||Fecha: Jueves, 2013-10-10, 2:53 PM | Mensaje # 2|
|Esto le gustara a nuestro Jarpo, a no ser que lo tenga o se lo hayan copiado....
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|jarpomarx||Fecha: Jueves, 2013-10-10, 11:58 PM | Mensaje # 3|
Esto le gustara a nuestro Jarpo, a no ser que lo tenga o se lo hayan copiado.
Has acertado en las cosas. Sí que me gusta y sí que lo tengo copiado. Lo descargué hace ya ni me acuerdo, creo que de la mula y lo tengo por ahí grabado. Tengo que ver cómo están los discos (tanto éste como el otro), que seguramente los tenga totalmente rayados, aunque me parece que todavía conservo los ISO en algún disco duro. Si no, los vuelvo a descargar porque están bastante bien.
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