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Vinyl, Import, February 21, 2012
|1. Prologue 1:24|
|2. Helvetios 4:00|
|3. Luxtos 3:55|
|4. Home 5:16|
|5. Santonian Shores 3:58|
|6. Scorched Earth 4:18|
|7. Meet the Enemy 3:46|
|8. Neverland 3:42|
|9. A Rose for Epona 4:25|
|10. Havoc 4:04|
|11. The Uprising 3:41|
|12. Hope 2:27|
|13. The Siege 2:44|
|14. Alesia 3:58|
|15. Tullianum 0:24|
|16. Uxellodunon 3:51|
Needless to say, they are all worth buying and enjoying.
It feels that Eluveitie is trying to tell a story first and foremost with this album, beyond even trying to make amazing music (which there is still quite a bit of).
Great traditional pipes and flutes mixed with metal guitar and drums and a singer with a great growl.
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