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Item no. 224255
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Progressive Metal
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Media - Format 1-3 CD
Edition Re-Release
Product topic Bands
Band Savatage
Product type CD
Release date 12/9/11
CD 1
1. Stay with me awhile 2. There in the silence 3. Commissar 4. I seek power 5. Drive 6. Morphine child 7. The rumor (Jesus) 8. Man in the mirror 9. Surrender 10. Awaken 11. Back to a reason 12. Tonight he grins again (Acoustic Version) 13. Sleep (Acoustic Version)

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Randall G.

132 Reviews

Posted on: August 9, 2017


Thanks to EMP for bringing these editions of this great group are fantastic

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Graham R.

53 Reviews

Posted on: January 11, 2015

Only Madmen Wouldn't Buy This Album!

Jon Oliva has done a beautiful job of overseeing the re-mastering and re-packaging of Savatage's considerable back catalogue. Each album has been sensitively handled with the addition of bonus material for fans and collectors alike. This classic album is now expanded to include acoustic versions of "Tonight He Grins Again" and "Sleep". Beautiful. The new liner notes in the lyric booklet were written by Jon Oliva specifically for this series of re-issues (in 2011) and sheds a lot of light on the writing and recording processes, what the songs mean to the artist and the whole career development of the band. If you buy all 14 CDs in this series of re-issues, the spines of the digi-packs line up together on the shelf to spell out "Savatage" in red on black (quite a nifty idea). Best of all, EMP have this album at a fantastically low price, so you'd have to be mad not to buy it -even if you already have the album in another version, it's worth it just for the bonus tracks and the new packaging and liner notes. Full marks to Jon Oliva and to EMP!

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