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Beyond the Sea Extra tracks, Import


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  • Audio CD (March 28, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: MSI:SEOUL RECORDS
  • ASIN: B0008057Y6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #336,780 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Before The Duel
2. Miracles
3. Houdini's The Great Escape
4. Through The Gates Of The Silver Key (Interlude)
5. Silver Key
6. Green Eyes
7. Going On
8. Beyond The Sea
9. Julius Caesar (Interlude)
10. Alea Jacta
11. Vivaldi's Winter
12. Sea (Bonus Track)

Editorial Reviews

New album from the Spanish symphonic metal band, includes the bonus track 'The Sea'. Seoul Records. 2005.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Andrew S on June 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Although Dark Moor certainly isn't new to the whole melodic metal scene, I think it's safe to say that the new "era" of the band started with their self-titled release with new vocalist Alfred Romero. Although the fan-base of Dark Moor was somewhat divided between the old, neo-classical sound and the new, more straight-forward sound, I can safely say that I prefer the new to the old.

Beyond The Sea, Dark Moor's fifth full-length release, is easily my favorite. One of the first things I noticed about the album was the great amount of balance and diversity present. There is no single element that is overdone or blown out of proportion - every element, from the speed to the symphonics to the heaviness, are used with class. It's rare to find an album like this (in which I am not downing bands that focus on one thing, for I love them too), and it's a pleasant surprise when one does roll around.

As for the structure and songs present on the album, I have to that the whole record flows especially well, with some definite highlights, such as the epic The Silver Key, the mid-paced title-track or the classic power metal number Going On. Every song has its own identity, whilst also possessing the overall identity of Dark Moor.

To sum it all up, if you're a fan of melodic metal with a fair amount of diversity and class, I highly recommend Dark Moor's latest masterpiece Beyond The Sea. You may find yourself quite surprised as I did!

For more information on the band, as well as some music and videos, visit Dark Moor's official site at [...] - thanks for reading!
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By James Avis on August 30, 2012
Format: Audio CD
The Silver Key is my favorite. Excellent power metal inspired by the works of H. P. Lovecraft, what more can you ask for? Many of the songs in this album sound like they could be movie soundtracks in that they all seem to have a story behind them or hint at a hidden knowledge (something that makes great books great, I didn't expect to find in a song). To be honest, though, I find it difficult to understand the lyrics in most of their songs, even when I know what they are. I blame this on the Spanish accent ('river' sounds like 'reaver', 'meadows' sound like 'maydows', 'the' sounds like 'they', etc). I still love the music and vocals, and I'm very impressed by the lead singer's range and quality.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Whitson on March 30, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
hello fellow metallians, god i love this band. dark moor fit nicely along side bands like dragonland,freternia,vhaldemar,arwen,vision divine,cryonic temple,highlord,axenstar and so on. this has to be one of the most talented bands in power metal that i have heard in a very long time. i think dark moor made the best line up change that they ever could have. they dropped the female vocals which were not bad but were not as awesome as their new singer, this guy has such range, the way he sings is amazing, listen to the first song before the seal. this band writes amazing hook laden riffs with mellodic vocals and choruses that revolve in your head for days. the sing along choruses and amazing riffs along with the cool keyboards and light symphonics are more than enough to satisfy my metal cravings.the last album titled dark moor was awesome as well and had the same male singer, that cd is awesome , it was a little more symphonic and or epic. on this album they have went with more of a straight forward sound and added some awesome choruses and catchy lyrics. the 8th song beyond the sea is superb, i cant get enough of it. #8 along with#1 are the top songs here and could be hit singles, not to mention that the other tunes on here are awesome as well. i would love to hear dark moor remake their first 2 cds with their new singer, sort of like iced earth did on days of purgatory where they had mat barlow redo all their old classic songs. that would be very cool, and if any of the band members happen to read this review please consider doing that. we metallians would surely eat it up. i am eagerly awaiting my pre orderd copy of the new album tarot. i can not wait to get that album.Read more ›
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By James De Costa on June 29, 2005
Format: Audio CD
First off let me just say that this band does not sound like rhapsody. I dont know why people think that cause they dont at all. This album changed quite a bit, there is no chick vocals that im aware of. This album is really concentrated on time and is a bit slower on tempo. Dont get me wrong its not all slow i just mean that it is showing best that this band makes masterpeice albums. If you like this bands older stuff and if your really into the girl vocals then watch out because this album is a bit differant,but strives into patience and perfection.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Douglas Hernandez on September 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is heavy metal that's pretty laid-back and ear-friendly. At times it can be very majestic, which is when this Spanish band shines even more, and at other times the material sounds very straightforward, which makes it predictable. The verse-chorus-verse-chorus structure is applied firmly on most songs, but Dark Moor does it with such nobility. Mandatory ballads like "Green eyes" do not sound forced or romantic, which is a plus unlike many metal bands out there experimenting with their softer sides. Romero's singing accentuates the music very nicely. It doesn't require him to scream or hit long-range notes; it simply gets the job done according to what the music calls for. Tracks like "The silver key" and the title track itself are very traditional, and the use of keyboards here and there add color to the music. This is recommended listening for those relaxing Sunday afternoons, but also expect top-notch musicianship.
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