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A Caress Of Stars - Tiamat - Clouds (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ A Caress Of Stars - Tiamat - Clouds (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Description Splatter vinyl limited to copies with original artwork and including inner sleeve with lyrics. Originally released in , this record expanded TIAMAT’s musicality and atmosphere to greater heights, picking up their darkened.
  2. A Caress Of Stars Lyrics: I was your fear and you were my fate / I wanted you near but I bred your hate / You left me for dead, deep down in the mud / With scars on my head, in my heart and my.
  3. "Underground Majesty LP Limited Series Finally Available On Vinyl! Tiamat Masterpiece Transparent Deep Purple LTD to copies Liner Notes, Original Artwork" Includes Inner sleeve w/lyrics ALMA MATER RECORDS under an exclusive license from CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS.
  4. Mar 30,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tiamat - Clouds at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Tiamat collection/5().
  5. 'A Caress of Stars' could be 'Mountain of Doom's spiritual successor and it features another one of those "I can't believe it's not Candlemass" riffs that served the band so well. Still, it demonstrates the slight flaws this album has - there are many great ideas, but they don't quite come together in .
  6. An emotional track like "A Caress of Stars" feeds the hunger of the costumed gothic clowns and belongs to the rather mediocre numbers, but all in all, Tiamat avoid embarrassing details and even the aforementioned track holds a more or less metallic guitar melody line at .
  7. May 15,  · This album is a turning point for Tiamat. Although its still very death-metaly you can hear the subtle Floyd-like ambience/atmosphere throughout the album. Starting with the slow melodic acoutical intro, the song 'In a Dream' kicks in with a heavy riff. His vocals, (with a little help from the booklet,) become clearer with each listen/5(4).
  8. This album is in perfect equilibrium between the heavier sounds of Tiamat's earlier work and the more melodic elements of their later albums. Throwback songs like "Equinox of the Gods" are definitely metal enough to satisfy any fan of old Tiamat, yet avoid thrashing for thrashing's own sake, and still carry enough melody for fans of new Tiamat to appreciate.4/5(26).

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