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9 thoughts on “ Forest Of October - Opeth - Orchid (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Mar 22,  · Opeth's debut, Orchid, is a solid entry into the metal, and more specifically the Prog metal scene. Most of the songs here just drag on a bit too long but the blend of death and prog metal is a good mix. There are moments of greatness on this LP but it just surround by unnecessary parts.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Orchid on Discogs. Label: Displeased Records - D • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Limited Edition • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal/5(60).
  3. 2 Lp (Displeased, Back in black) 2 Lp – Picture disc (Candlelight) Cassette (Mystic productions – Poland only) Cd box – The Candlelight years (Licence – Japan only – Containing first 3 albums) NOTES: Original first pressing came with stickered jewel case and booklet had no logo.
  4. OPETH LYRICS. album: "Orchid" () 1. In The Mist She Was Standing 2. Under The Weeping Moon 3. Silhouette 4. The Forest Of October 5. The Twilight Is My Robe 6. Requiem The forest of October Sleeps silent when I depart The web of time Hides my last trace My blaze travel the last universe.
  5. Orchid is the debut studio album by Swedish progressive metal band Opeth, released on May 15, in Europe by Candlelight Records, and on June 24, in the United States by Century cebakenalapodermasslecthurlmoldburg.coinfo was reissued in with one bonus track called "Into the Frost of Winter", an early unproduced rehearsal recording by the band. The recording sessions occurred at the old Unisound studio, in.
  6. Jan 01,  · Opeth - Orchid (Vinyl Edition). Was very happy to see the LP edition available on Amazon, it is a limited run, so I was lucky to get a copy! The LP is of transparent orange, and the re-produced side sounds amazing, and the B side still in its original recording form is fun to listen to, to see how far Opeth has come!/5().
  7. Opeth's debut, Orchid, was quite an audacious release, a far-beyond-epic prog/death monstrosity exuding equal parts beauty and brutality -- an album so brilliant, so navel-gazingly pretentious that, in retrospect, Opeth's future greatness was a foregone conclusion. Fact is, these Swedes -- with the opening cut, "In Mist She Was Standing," exceeding the minute mark -- laid their cards on the.

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