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  • Audio CD (18 Nov. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mfn
  • ASIN: B000024O9B
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 139,266 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
There is a moment in the final track of this album, Haunted Shores, which is so exquisitely beautiful, so passionately evocative and so faultlessly executed that it will make your stomach tie in a knot and bring tears welling in your eyes.

With this album, Cradle capture the concept of the Gothic Romance with astoundingly poignancy and terrifying intensity.
This is music that speaks directly to the root of our very being, to the raw passion at the very core of what makes us human. This is an album for anybody who knows what it is to love, what it is to dream and what it's like when you live in a world that appears most of the time to be running in slow motion. This is music at the speed of thought, at the racing pace of unfettered emotion.
Remove yourself from any possible distractions, put this record on loud and surrender to the music; take my word for it, it'll be a truly magical journey - if you dare to believe.
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Symphonic Black metal/Gothic extreme....a classic in this genre and probably one of three important albums by this band, Cruelty And The Beast, Midian, and Godspeed The Devil's Thunder are all must haves by this band. Ultra dark and sophisticated music skills combined with outstanding poetry and uber black metal darkness. All the while a great team of engineers and an obviousley expensive production. For fans of Dimmu Borgir, Behemoth, Satyricon, and Sothis.
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This album is Very Atmospheric and beautiful
the music changes from Atmospheric keyboarding and dark string arangments to REally fast heavy shrill guitar with amazingly awesome shrieked vocals and harsh Growls with some tippy top drumming. the whole album is very Harsh sounding very agressive with some keyboard elements mixed into give it strong gothic overtones the lyrics are suitably vampirey and sort of 'hauntingly beautiful to quote I.T crowd I love it though I think Cruelty and the beast is better a bit this is still great though just not as catchy
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When this lbum was released in 1996, it was a truly unique and amazing work of pure disgusting genious! A major improvement on their previous work, this album was deemed too good for Cacaphonous! But in my view, it was too good for what Music For Nations could offer them too! Although the production was a vast improvement, it was still too raw and scratchy, especially the drumming which lets down the unbelievably amazing songwriting! This was truly something new and unique, especially compared to anything they have released previously and since! Dani's voice reached new heights, with a lot more variety than the usual monotone screech, with a lot deeper and freakier vocals being used which still havent seen any other release! There are some truly frightening moments where Dani uses his voice to the best of it's ability and creates quite a hellish and demented racket. Along with (Who i do belive as) Frater Nihil's demented and dark tones, they create a very freaky atmosphere! Anyway back to the music, this is also the first album that saw the genious of Gian Pyres on guitar and Damien on Keyboards. The new line up was much better and more skilled than previous, and the whole album was re-recorded to improve it from the previous members' poor efforts! But still this album deserved more than it got! Nugget's of pure unmistakable genious like 'Funeral In Carpathia', 'Malice Through The Looking Glass' and the title track all deserved better production, they were just too good for their time and label! If they were re-recorded now, they could take their already classic status to much better hieghts. The re-doen version of 'Funeral In Carpathia' on the 'From The Cradle To Enslave' E.P. is just perfect in everyway!Read more ›
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Many people hate on Cradle of Filth but I really enjoy them (at least their older albums). I would recommend this to any fan of black metal or even fans of more mainstream metal as this band seem to pull quite an audience.
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When I first bought this album I was a little bit dissapointed mainly because I felt that 'Humana Inspired To Nightmare' was a little bit cheesy and it sounded as if the keyboard player was going all over the place trying to find a good melody! After that he envelops into the first song 'Heaven Torn Asunder' which I also felt lacked that power that I have heard in many of there other songs. But slowly the album grew on me and I found that it was infact quite a damn good album!
Here are some comments I have given about each track:
1.Humana Inspired To Nightmare
A good intro a bit random but not as good as some of Cradle's other intros/intrumentals.
2.Heaven Torn Asunder
Good song. Takes a while to build up but when it does it is pretty impressive you have to respect Nicks amazing drumming abilty and Dani's almost unlimted lung capcity screeching!
3.Funeral In Carpathia
One of the best songs on the album and a true Cradle classic it is extreamly catchy and has some amazing guitar work (from a guitarist point of veiw, yes moi) You've gotta love the "Never Leave Me" bit
4.A Gothic Romance (Red Roses For The Devil's Whore)
Again one of my personal favorites. The most intersting song on the album. I don't know if i'm the only one that notices it but At one point of the song "Nocturnal Pulse, My veins spill fourth there waters...." I think that Dani sound a hell of alot like Sniff from the animated moomin series! But still a good song.
5.Malice Through The Looking Glass
Yes. I did but Dusk And Her Embrace for this song! It is definatly one of there best songs ever. From a very powerful intro one would notice that the intro is echoed in 'Her Ghost In The Fog' on there later release 'Midian' with its marching like pace.
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