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Gallery Extra tracks

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Editorial Reviews


1. Punish My Heaven
2. Silence, and the Firmament Withdrew
3. Edenspring
4. The Dividing Line
5. The Gallery
6. The One Brooding Warning
7. Midway Through Infinity
8. Lethe
9. The Emptiness From Which I Fed
10. Mine Is The Grandeur...
11. ...Of Melancholy Burning
12. Bringer Of Torture
13. Sacred Reich
14. 22 Acacia Avenue
15. Lady In Black
16. My Friend Of Misery

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 5, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B0007Y08T2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,121 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Barry Lee Dejasu on May 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Much like the title implies, Dark Tranquillity's sophomore effort is much like a gallery: it is a collection of various forms of art. The entire album - songs, instrumental performances, vocal performances, and the overall vibe - follows atypical stylings. Scandinavian folk is one of the more obvious influences upon this album. Songs are built in movements as opposed to more typical structures, adding a sort of classical feel to the music. _The Gallery_ has all of these qualities, and still manages to incorporate enough aggression and energy to be considered a heavy metal album.

The lineup here is composed of five musicians who are all highly talented at what they do. Fredrick Johansson and Niklas Sundin play nearlly all of the guitars on this album, save for most of the acoustic/clean electric parts, which are played by bassist Martin Henriksson. This is interesting, because later in Dark Tranquillity's career, Henriksson would replace Johansson on guitars. While the guitars are, of course, very prominent (Dark Tranquillity are a kind of metal band, after all), the drums and bass refuse to be lost in the mix. Henriksson plays crafty, often complex melodies which rather frequently push through even the heaviest guitar riffs. And drummer Anders Jivarp is both thunderous and intricate, managing to finely complement the band's heavier moments without creating over-emphasized bouts of double-bass/snare flurries which many a metal drummer will often overdo.

There are also several moments of guest work on this album. One of these is from the producer, the ever-hard-working Fredrick Nordström, who adds keyboards and piano to several songs. Frasse Franzén plays the timpani on "Mine is the Grandeur...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 12, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Swedish melodic death metal has become one of the few distinct underground genres. With bands like At the Gates, In Flames, Children of Bodom, and now Dark Tranquility, the genre cannot be anymore ready to break out and take the world by storm. This particular album by Dark Tranquility is in my opinion one of the most important albums of the 90's. The voice is terrifying yet soothing, angry yet comforting. This album transcends perfection. Critics say that death metal bands never sound like they enjoy what they are playing, Dark Tranquillity proves this is nothing but falsehood.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Sunshine the Werewolf on March 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
DARK TRANQUILLITY - The Gallery

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It was 1995, Grunge had a firm foothold in North America... but in Scandinavia a different type of music was brewing...

Dark Tranquillity's `The Gallery' was released as with landmark releases by fellow Swedes Opeth (Orchid), At the Gates (Slaughter of the Soul) and In Flames (Jester's Race).

-1995 was the Year Gothenburg began.

From start to finish, The Gallery is a vicious album and even though it never received the same attention as the other 3 albums it honestly should have... Combining some of the finest Melodies ever heard with Stanne's serrated growls. Sadly, DT seem to get overlooked all to often... their latest disc `Character' is one of the finest releases in the Melo-Death Scene and it was only moderately received.

Either way, this is not an album that should be overlooked!!! If you like Melodic Death and do not have this disc, you are missing one of the essential stepping stones of the genre.

Favorite Tracks: The One Brooding Warning, Punish My Heaven and Edenspring.

-4.5 Stars

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. PASTORS on October 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Wow! This album just crushes! All the tracks completly rule but the album is worth buying for the song "punish my heaven" alone.
Stanne's vocals almost reach the engery level of Lunar strain(and that's a good thing). The emotion in Stannes vocals are just amazing, it sounds like he really means it's and almost like he experienced it himself.
This album has very varied songs and some become very brutal at times but always accessible and melodic. The production is also very very good as you can hear every musician play. Very tight musicianship, superb dual guitar leads and solo's, technical high precision drumming, great basslines, and some really cool female vocals(only in a few tracks not overused but just right).
As people always tend to draw comparisons to In Flames I'll give it a try as well. I think In Flames put more emphasis om creating highly catchy melodies where as with Dark Tranquillity it's a little deeper buried and weaved in the songs, also the overall song structures are a bit more technical in the DT department and have a more gloomy and dark atmosphere. I don't think one is better than the other though, it's just a matter of personal preferrence or what mood you are in.

This cd is a must for every melodic death metal fan.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Appleseed on July 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Without a doubt, Dark Tranquillity is the leading band in the metal front today. And if you're just discovering this for yourself, now is a good time to go back and check out their earlier releases. The high points of The Gallery (and there are lots of them) have been covered several times in other reviews, so I won't get into that. But the added bonus to this edition of this great album is the cover tunes. Yet there is a clear error in Amazon's album description. The tune 'Lady In Black' is actually a Mercyful Fate cover, which was obviously mismatched with Queensryche's 'The Lady Wore Black'. All 5 covers are executed wonderfully, from finding that pounding, grindy thrash sound of Kreator, to capturing the moody feel of Metallica, Dark Tranquillity show their artistic abilities even when performing the material of other groups. Which is a great bonus to an already outstanding album.
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