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Italy's greatest modern musical export, LACUNA COIL have returned with the massively anticipated full-length release, Broken Crown Halo. It marks the latest chapter in their ongoing legacy, a dark and sultry ride that started in Italy and has resonated in an opaque wake of sonic splendor throughout the world.

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  • Audio CD (21 Jun. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B00028FDRA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 73,512 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Swamped
2. Heaven's A Lie
3. Daylight Dancer
4. Humane
5. Self Deception
6. Aeon
7. Tight Rope
8. The Ghost Woman And The Hunter
9. Unspoken
10. Entwined
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Disc: 2
1. Heaven's A Lie (Radiomix And Edit)
2. Swamped (Radiomix And Edit)
3. Heaven's A Lie (Studio Acoustic Version)
4. Swamped (Studio Acoustic Version)
5. Senzafine (Studio Acoustic Version)
6. Unspoken (Studio Acoustic Version)
7. Heaven's A Lie (Live Radio WAAF Acoustic)
8. Senzafine (Live Radio WAAF Acoustic)
9. Acon (Live Radio WAAF Acoustic)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By bloodandfootsteps on 1 Oct. 2002
Format: Vinyl
Since Lacuna Coil released Unleashed Memories last year, their sound has developed immensely: Comalies is fuller, more self-confident and heavier. The first track, "Swamped", is slow and commanding and it's hard not to be blown away by Christina's vocals in the first few bars. Indeed, on this album she can really pelt out the notes and her voice certainly seems to have now reached it's potential when it seemed slightly tamer on earlier albums, but the Coil's new strength of sound demands strong vocals. Andrea's male vocals are also impressive and actually fit in this time rather than being like a misshapen piece in an otherwise perfect jigsaw.
Other standout tracks are "Heaven's a Lie" which is a beautiful blend of heavy and acoustic, "Entwined", "Unspoken" and the title track. Overall, Comalies certainly does not disappoint, and is an excellent effort from one of the hardest-working bands in the genre: they have taken their sound somewhere fuller and greater, and it certainly benefits from this. This is music to get your teeth into.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Lewis on 17 Mar. 2009
Format: Audio CD
This was the album that really made people sit up and begin listening to what Lacuna Coil had to say (or sing). It has a lot more depth than their two previous albums: the good debut 'In a Reverie'; and the rather (in my opinion) poor second album 'Unleashed Memories'. However, this album presents us with a different stlye of music. Here we have much more emphasis of heavy metal riffs and good vocals. The songs, on the whole are strong and this album brough Lacuna Coil into the ranks of 'mainstream' metal. Anyway, time for a track by track run through:

Swamped - Right from the get-go, this album presents itself to be something different to their previous work. Male vocalist Andrea Ferro really shines through in the verses and Cristina picks up the choruses. It's a very strong opener for the album and still remains in their live set. 8/10

Heaven's a Lie - A fan-favourite and one of the best tracks off this album. It has some great keyboard work in the intro complimented very well by the heavy, guitar driven verse. The choruses are very catchy and great to sing-a-long to live. 9/10

Daylight Dancer - Some pounding bass and synths kick this song off before Andrea begins singing the chorus. Cristina intertwins her voice with his towards the end until she powers into the chorus, accompanied by some racing double-bass drumming. A very strong song 8/10

Humane - This one is pretty keyboard dominated with the two vocalist twisting their lines around each other in an extremely effective way. While much slower compared to the previous 3, it is still quite a beautiful song, but fails to reach the hights of what's gone before. 7/10

Self Deception - A very pacey, Andrea dominated song that focuses on a guitar and bass pattern that repeats itself quite a lot.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "killer_monkey" on 19 Aug. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I heard swamped on scuzz when it was released, so i downloaded it and it took a few listens before i really got into it. So, i went and got this album. What a buy! Every song on this album is as good as the last. Usually, after playing songs from the same band to death, i get bored of them, but i've been listening to the same songs for the last year, and they're still just as good as when i first heard them. I'm listening to this album as i'm writing this review.
Best song on this album - Unspoken. This song really is just class. This song mainly features Christina's voice which is why i think it's the best. Awesome verses and the chorus is so catchy.
If you like Evanescence, you'll love LC. I love Evanesence, but when i heard LC, i thought LC knocked spots of Evanesence. Best italian artists ever. Gutting pavarotti!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 18 Aug. 2004
Format: Audio CD
I run out of superlative praise words for Lacuna Coil. My favourite band. I was very happy to see that this time round Andrea Ferro is actually getting some microphone time, as many fans believed that Unleashed Memories was a subtle way to phase him out of the band. While it is Ferro's curse that he will live in Cristina Scabbia's shadow when vocal talent is concerned, he comes through very well, and on tracks like "Angel's Punishment" very powerfully too.
Coti-Zelati has outdone himself in music for this album. Lacuna have come a long way since the first FULL LENGTH, "In a Reverie," which was in no way as good as their debut EP, "Lacuna Coil."
Cristina Scabbia soars again, while Ferro powers through. This beautiful, and melodic vocal interplay works superbly in the forever haunting "Entwined" and "Heaven's a Lie." Often compared to Evanesence, this band (who were around before Amy Lee, and her now split up band) are far superior. This talented sextet from Milan has done it again. Songs like "Comalies" will haunt you for days, as Cristina Scabbia's vocals once again attack and seduce. You need a heart of stone to resist her siren call. Well worth any amount of money that is charged.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Raven on 29 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is something that I would not normally buy but I have to admit this is an excellant deep meaningful metal album. The song Swamped is a classic. You will need to play it a few times to appreciate it but once it is in your blood it will remain forever.
The only negative side in my opinion is the second CD which I have flicked through and have to say that I am not a great fan of acoustic arrangements. But I recommend this album to any metal fan.
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