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1. Erinnerung
2. Judgement
3. Epitaph
4. Rearranging
5. Slut
6. Umsonst Gelebt?
7. Licht Und Schatten
8. Voiceless
9. Was Halt Mich Noch Hier
10. Forgive Me
11. Leaving
12. Dead Actor's Requiem
13. Life Will Never Be The Same Again (Bonus Track)
14. Never Again (Bonus Track)
15. Truth Behind (Bonus Track)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 16, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: July 16, 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Gun Supersonic
  • ASIN: B00066VMNW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #666,845 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Lopez on December 23, 2004
Format: Audio CD
While I was browsing the goth/heavy metal section as always I came upon this CD. I thought that the titles sounded pretty good so I gave it a try. I was hoping for at least a decent CD but this band gave much more than I had expected.

1.)Erinnerung- This song is a great intro even though it is instrumental but its still beautiful.

2.) Judgement- She has such a gorgeous voice, the lyrics are perfect.

3.) Epitaph- I don't like this song very much, but then again I don't really like how he sings so it's understandable.

4.) Rearranging- Another great song, but I would of liked it if she were to sing by herself.

5.) Slut- to me I find this song funny even though many will raise an eyebrow or two

6.)Umsonst Gelebt?- another instrumental but rather good

7.) Licht und Schatten- Best song on album. I actually like how the guy sings in this song, he sounds much better in German. I'm impressed with the lyrics, the words go along with the sounds they choose for this song. Simply a masterpiece

8.)Voiceless- another good song

9.)Was Halt mich noch Hier- this song is also in German, extremely good.

10.)Forgive me- no words found

11.)Leaving- very touching lyrics and I think the guy does a good job singing in this song, the girl's voice is also heard in the background.

12.)Dead Actor's Requiem- pretty good

13.)Life will never be the same again- another work of art.

Now I'm a new fan for the L'ame Immortelle
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rain of Darkness on April 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
One of the best CDs I own and really the greatest L'ame Immortelle album. L'ame Immortelle combines the harsh male voice with the beauty of the female voice to create a unique sound. I believe "Forgive Me," is the standout song. The lyrics are just so memorable, "Our love is stronger than the sun and we'll still shine when I am gone," and Thomas R. actually sings in a nice voice which he rarely does. "Epitaph," "Slut" and "Voiceless" lean toward the goth side of the album with Thomas singing in his trademark harsh way, with Sonja K. in the last two songs. The rest of the tracks are sung by Sonja K. in her wonderful voice. Even if you don't understand German the singers manage to make the listener want to hear more. The music alone is worth listening to, an interesting soundscape of electronic beats. Overall, recommeded for the electro, darkwave, industrial and goth fan.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Mierzwa on January 22, 2007
Format: Audio CD
About the Band:

L'Ame Immortelle is an Austrian darkwave band that became popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The band is best known for its duets between vocalists Thomas Rainer and Sonja Kraushofer. Most of Sonja's parts are very soft and gentle, while Thomas's voice hits much deeper and harsher ranges or is distorted to provide a much starker contrast to Sonja's heavenly voice. Some songs are flawlessly sung in English, while others in their native German.

About the Album:

Originally released in 2001, Dann habe ich umsonst gelebt is stylistically similar to l'Ame Immortelle's previous album, Wenn der Letzte Schatten Fallt, which I highly recommend getting before this album. In fact, the band's highly popular song "Changes" (found on Wenn der Letzte...) was reworked as a new song, "Rearranging (Changes Chapter II)" for this album. The main difference with this new arrangement of "Changes" is that instead of focusing on Thomas's vocals, the song is now grounded with Sonja's voice (something which will likely please many people whom prefer her softer voice).

A large number of guest musicians joined Rainer, Kraushofer, and Medwenitsch to add guitars, drums, a violin, viola, and cello to the mix. Of the tracks that featured traditional stringed instruments, I really enjoyed the depth that the violin added to the instrumental track "Erinnerung" and other tracks such as "Life Will Never Be the Same Again", "Was Halt Mich Noch Hier", and "Rearranging". The closing track featured guest vocals from Sean Brennan, whom is a member the well known darkwave band London After Midnight. The instrumental track "Umsonst Gelebt?" reminds me of the dark instrumental tracks on newer Wumpscut albums, and in this case. This track features a cello.
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it's one of my best purchases, really good, amazon you guys are the best
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