Opheliac

Opheliac

Opheliac

Opheliac:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I've only listened to this album once so far, and I bought it solely on the basis of reviews here. I wish I could remember what criteria Amazon used to put it in my recommendations, because I love this album so much already... Most of what I usually listen to is psytrance or industrial; sorry to toss out labels, but I guess this album is "goth." Having said that, it's unlike anything goth I've ever heard before.You could compare it to Tori Amos, but I always thought she just lacked an edge. Emilie Autumn has an incredible voice that goes from beautiful to scream and back again, and topped off with her violin, and electronic processing, the effect is indescribable... She has made an instant fan of me with this album! Growling moments, evilly intense moments. I haven't listened to the words closely enough to comment on them, but the snippets I caught, while concentrating on something else, were masterful.The only beef I had on this whole album (both discs) was Disc 1 Track 3, Liar, where she screams over and over again, "I want your suffering!" LOL, OK I get the picture. Let me emphasize that this was in no way typical of the whole album; there in fact is nothing on the album that is typical of the whole album. From pretty and classical to dirty electronics mixed with violin, it's all infused with her incredible vocals... I'm listening to it for the second time right now, and confirming my theory that this will be a favorite forever, and that I will definitely be buying more of her music! 5 stars after a first listen, enough said.max 83% off,discount,price reductionOpheliac
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The ultimate American version of Emilie Autumn's entirely self-written/performed/produced double-disc masterpiece as "Opheliac -- The Deluxe Edition," featuring five new and exclusive tracks, live concert footage, video interviews, and hilarious album out-takes.

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Opheliac

Opheliac:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I've only listened to this album once so far, and I bought it solely on the basis of reviews here. I wish I could remember what criteria Amazon used to put it in my recommendations, because I love this album so much already... Most of what I usually listen to is psytrance or industrial; sorry to toss out labels, but I guess this album is "goth." Having said that, it's unlike anything goth I've ever heard before.You could compare it to Tori Amos, but I always thought she just lacked an edge. Emilie Autumn has an incredible voice that goes from beautiful to scream and back again, and topped off with her violin, and electronic processing, the effect is indescribable... She has made an instant fan of me with this album! Growling moments, evilly intense moments. I haven't listened to the words closely enough to comment on them, but the snippets I caught, while concentrating on something else, were masterful.The only beef I had on this whole album (both discs) was Disc 1 Track 3, Liar, where she screams over and over again, "I want your suffering!" LOL, OK I get the picture. Let me emphasize that this was in no way typical of the whole album; there in fact is nothing on the album that is typical of the whole album. From pretty and classical to dirty electronics mixed with violin, it's all infused with her incredible vocals... I'm listening to it for the second time right now, and confirming my theory that this will be a favorite forever, and that I will definitely be buying more of her music! 5 stars after a first listen, enough said.max 83% off,discount,price reductionOpheliac