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  1. Echos () Fassade () Elodia () Stille () Inferno () Satura () Einsamkeit () Lacrimosa Follow. In we released a special album which is now available for the first time on vinyl in a special, limited and numbered edition.
  2. Listen free to Lacrimosa – Echos (Kyrie, Durch Nacht und Flut and more). 8 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at waykaricasicomppemondmittthedosin.xyzinfo
  3. Jan 27,  · Echos is the eighth studio album by Switzerland-based Gothic rock band Lacrimosa. It features classically influenced Gothic-themed rock music. The title is German for "echoes". The record was released on 27 January by Hall Of Sermon. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA /5(57).
  4. Lacrimosa's Echos represents something of a return to form after rather uninspiring efforts like the unaccountably popular Elodia and the somewhat drab Fassade. Part of the secret of the album's success is in the subtle change of emphasis in the classical influences at work.
  5. Apr 23,  · Lacrimosa - Echos () Album Photo by MMSA. Format: CD. 13 likes. 46 Lacrimosa Album Photos.
  6. Echos, an Album by Lacrimosa. Released 27 January on Hall of Sermon (catalog no. HOS ; CD). Genres: Symphonic Metal, Gothic Metal.
  7. Lacrimosa's lyrics are written almost exclusively in German, although since the album 'Inferno' every album has featured one or two songs in English, generally written by Anne Nurmi. Finnish has also appeared in the spoken intro to two songs ('Schakal' on 'Inferno' and 'The Turning Point' on 'Elodia') and on a bonus track in a limited /5(5).
  8. In the second position is a signature Lacrimosa radio friendly hit Durch Nacht und Flut which features the duet of Tilo and Anne. Not the best hit Lacrimosa ever came up with, but it has, dare I say on a Lacrimosa review, a life loving melody. The whole album actually is not as tragic as Elodia. To me it seemed more about lust for love (that in.

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