4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
What can you say.....,
This review is from: A Night at the Opera (Audio CD)
Well, basically Blind Guardian have done it again. This is one of the best albums ever. Unlike NoME (one of their previous albums), its harder to get into and the melodies aren't as alluring. However you still can't beat blind guardian compared to any other progressive metal (or any metal at all in my opinion).
The album still has outstanding vocals and melodies, which is what you expect from blind guardian. I am fairly new to them really, and got into their music through a friend.
I would advise you to get Nightfall in Middle Earth before you get this album.
Also it is the intern version and you don't get a bonus track (mostly in other languages except the Jap version which has Harvest Of Sorry, which is a fairly good song. I bought their single And Then There Was Silence, my favourite song on this album just to get harvest of sorrow as the b-side track).
Blind Guardian have a high standard of music and have worked hard on the lyrics and rifts and melodies. Baically its just like all the others just a bit more with the lyrics on this album and the guitar solos aren't as prominent, yet they are all still good.
This is a great album! get it!