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Kamelot - Siége Perilous Album

Kamelot - Siége Perilous Album

Performer: Kamelot
Title: Siége Perilous
Style: Heavy Metal
Released: 10 Jun 1998
Cat#: VICP-60349
Country: Japan
Label: Noise Records
Size MP3 version: 2627 mb
Size FLAC version: 1862 mb
Size WMA version: 2603 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 990
Genre: Rock

Kamelot - Siége Perilous Album


Tracklist

1Where I Reign5:58
2One Day4:07
3Irea4:32
4Rhydin4:24
5King's Eyes6:14
6Providence5:35
7Parting Visions5:03
8Expedition5:41
9Millennium5:15
10Siege4:21
11Once A Dream3:34

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
N 0297-2Kamelot Siége Perilous ‎(CD, Album)Noise RecordsN 0297-2Germany1998
MOFR 00191Kamelot Siége Perilous ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Monsters Of RockMOFR 00191Russia2002
N 0297-2Kamelot Siége Perilous ‎(CD, Album)Noise RecordsN 0297-2US1998
DYN1270-2Kamelot Siége Perilous ‎(CD, Album)Dynamo Records DYN1270-2Brazil1998
RBR 1080Kamelot Siége Perilous ‎(CD, Album)Rock Brigade RecordsRBR 1080Brazil1998

Credits

  • Backing VocalsThomas Youngblood
  • BassGlenn Barry
  • DrumsCasey Grillo
  • GuitarThomas Youngblood
  • KeyboardsDavid Pavlic
  • Liner Notes [Lyrics Translated By]Marie Nishimori
  • ProducerKamelot
  • VocalsKhan

Notes

Recorded at Morrisound Studios (Florida, USA).
Released by Noise Records/Modern Music.
Management: KMI Entertainment

Track 11 is a bonus track for Japan.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Obi): 4 988002 368556
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Victor Entertainment, Inc.

Album

Siége Perilous is the third full-length album released by the power metal band Kamelot. It was released on August 4, 1998, through Noise Records. It is the first album with Roy Khan Conception on vocals and Casey Grillo on drums, and is the final album to feature David Pavlicko on keyboards. In Arthurian legend, the Siege Perilous, otherwise known as The Seat Perilous, is the seat at The Round Table reserved for the knight who would quest for and return the Holy Grail. Listen free to Kamelot Siege Perilous Providence, Milllennium and more. 10 tracks 49:47. Adhering more to a classic Euro-metal style than many of their peers, Kamelot's Siege Perilous nevertheless captures the mournful, epic feel of much '90s Scandinavian metal. Siége Perilous. Type: Full-length. Release date: July 28th, 1998. Catalog ID: N 0297-2. Kamelot's weakest album by far. Sir General Flashman. February 27th, 2009. This gets old really quickly. Buy the album. Siége perilous. August 4, 1998. LABEL Noise Records. TRACKLIST 01. Providence 02. Millennium 03. Kings Eyes 04. Rhydin 09. Irea 10. Siége 11. One Day Japanese Bonustrack. Copyright 2019 Kamelot Music LLC. Website by RMDdesign. kostenlos herunterladen. Windows 10 auf usb stick herunterladen. Kamelot : Siège Perilous,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Bonustrack Japanese Release. One Day. Buy this album. 28,49 39,90 buy 1,29. Узнать больше. Other productions from Kamelot. The Shadow Theory. Siege Perilous, 1998. Providence, 05:35. Milllennium, 05:15. Album 1998 10 Songs. Siege Perilous. Rock . Lyrics Kamelot - Siége. In a time in a place long ago today i can see it there in the distance in the air on line on the corner of the mind Rhydin is rising against the sun Rhydin is rising Join us a new world is open Rhydin is rising Don't you know its a new kingdom Its new kingdom In the sea its a. Similar songs. Kamelot - One Day Japanese Album Siege Perilous Bonus Track 1998. Kamelot Siége Perilous. Etichetta: Noise Records VICP-60349. What I mostly wanted was the album to be louder and you don't really get that. I can't say that Siége Perilous had great production values to begin with, but I've always liked how the album sounds and the slightly lower-end production kind of enhances it in a weird way. Again, I wasn't really looking for instruments to sound better and crisper as much as I just wanted a leap in the volume

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I ordered a copy of the Japanese pressing because of the remastered labeling. I don't have a non-Japanese copy to compare it to (I'm working off the memories I have) and I don't really think the upgrade is worth spending 3x the price. What I mostly wanted was the album to be louder and you don't really get that. I can't say that Siége Perilous had great production values to begin with, but I've always liked how the album sounds and the slightly lower-end production kind of enhances it in a weird way. Again, I wasn't really looking for instruments to sound better and crisper as much as I just wanted a leap in the volume.