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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 11, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Hall of Sermon
  • ASIN: B000026N7J
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,153 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Am Ende Der Stille
2. Alleine Zu Zweit
3. Halt Mich
4. The Turning Point
5. Ich Verlasse Heut' Dein Herz
6. Dich Zu Toten Fiel Mir Schwer
7. Sanctus
8. Am Ende Stehen Wir Zwei
9. Und Du F LLST
10. Mein Welt

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LACRIMOSA ELODIA

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Tilo also has very unusuall quality in his voice.
maxnik
This is just one of their best cd's out there....buying it is no brainer....get it now.
J. Acosta
Elodia contains Symphonic Orchestras, Choirs and all the elements of powerful music.
Mr D.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mr D. on May 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Elodia, LACRIMOSA'S sixth album is a Rock Opera, dedicated to a demigoddess inspired by Greek mythology, who has been involved in both of their previous albums, Inferno and Stille from the years 1995 & 1997. The mistress of love and death, herein tells the tale of a love that is doomed, leading to a question, if "love in excess can become a force that ultimately has the power to destroy itself, whether too much love will kill..."
The whole album, Elodia, is sung in German, except for one song, sung by Anne Nurmi. Tilo has a somewhat unusual voice and a very marked German accent, many people find Tilo's voice unsuitable, I find it an interesting fit for this kind of music. Lacrimosa uses guest musicians for their recording sessions and on the more recent albums have utilized the symphonic orchestras as well as choirs. On Elodia they used the The London Symphony Orchestra and the Rosenberg Ensemble and Westsachsische Symphonic Orchestra. Each succeeding album seems to get more complicated, lush and at times Bombastic
Lacrimosa is not for everyone. It's somewhat of an acquired taste, not particularly accessible. As mentioned, Wolff's voice is unusual, they sing in German and the music is not always beautiful, as say Therion. It is, however, extremely catchy, loaded with hooks, haunting and generally captivating, plus the music is somewhat varied
The songs of Elodia actually break up into three ACTs. Here is a breakdown of the ACTs.
ACT I
The album opens with "Am Ende der Stille", an instrumental number, with a Mozart influence, next is "Alleine zu zweit", which is a lovely medium paced song, with a great chorus. Even if you don't know German, you can hum along.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr D. on April 17, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Elodia, LACRIMOSA'S sixth album is a Rock Opera, dedicated to a demigoddess inspired by Greek mythology, who has been involved in both of their previous albums, Inferno and Stille from the years 1995 & 1997. The mistress of love and death, herein tells the tale of a love that is doomed, leading to a question, if "love in excess can become a force that ultimately has the power to destroy itself, whether too much love will kill..."

The whole album, Elodia, is sung in German, except for one song, sung by Anne Nurmi. Tilo has a somewhat unusual voice and a very marked German accent, many people find Tilo's voice unsuitable, I find it an interesting fit for this kind of music. Lacrimosa uses guest musicians for their recording sessions and on the more recent albums have utilized the symphonic orchestras as well as choirs. On Elodia they used the The London Symphony Orchestra and the Rosenberg Ensemble and Westsachsische Symphonic Orchestra. Each succeeding album seems to get more complicated, lush and at times Bombastic

Lacrimosa is not for everyone. It's somewhat of an acquired taste, not particularly accessible. As mentioned, Wolff's voice is unusual, they sing in German and the music is not always beautiful, as say Therion. It is, however, extremely catchy, loaded with hooks, haunting and generally captivating, plus the music is somewhat varied

The songs of Elodia actually break up into three ACTs. Here is a breakdown of the ACTs.

ACT I

The album opens with "Am Ende der Stille", an instrumental number, with a Mozart influence, next is "Alleine zu zweit", which is a lovely medium paced song, with a great chorus. Even if you don't know German, you can hum along.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 26, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I personally consider this the zenith of Lacrimosa's carrier so far. They are my favorite band and this is my favorite album.
The music of Lacrimosa in general is a unique mixture of classical orchestral/chamber instrumentation and somewhat unusual gothic metal. I say it's unusual because it's not about horror or misanthropy and it's not grotesque - at least not the way other gothic bands are. Lacrimosa's "gothic darkness" consists of the deep sadness of the human soul, that's expressed in the music.
Elodia is "eine Rockoper in drei Akten" - a rock opera in three acts. It's a strange love story. As written on their homepage, "tells the tale of a love that is doomed to fail, culminating in the question of whether love in excess can become a force that ultimately has the power to destroy itself, whether too much love will kill..." The lyrics are excellent, the music as well; dramatic, lyric and 'heavy' at the same time.
If you usually like not-so-heavy metal music, you'll love this CD, wether you understand the text or not.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 26, 2003
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I personally consider this the zenith of Lacrimosa's carrier so far. They are my favorite band and this is my favorite album.
The music of Lacrimosa in general is a unique mixture of classical orchestral/chamber instrumentation and somewhat unusual gothic metal. I say it's unusual because it's not about horror, misanthropy and it's not grotesque - at least not the way other gothic bands are. Lacrimosa's "gothic darkness" consists of the deep sadness of the human soul, that's expressed in the music.
Elodia is "eine Rockoper in drei Akten" - a rock opera in three acts. It's a strange love story. As written on their homepage, "tells the tale of a love that is doomed to fail, culminating in the question of whether love in excess can become a force that ultimately has the power to destroy itself, whether too much love will kill..." The lyrics are excellent, the music as well; dramatic, lyric and 'heavy' at the same time.
If you usually like not-so-heavy metal music, you'll love this CD, wether you understand the text or not.
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