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Edguy – Kingdom of Madness anniversary edition

CD:
Edguy
Price:
15.05

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Rating:
4
On September 5, 2018
Last modified:September 6, 2018

Summary:

With the remastered album sounding better than ever and the two bonus tracks this is a good buy for Edguy fans.

EdguyWay back in 1997, Edguy’s first official album was released – Kingdom of Madness. Now over 20 years on, the album has just been remastered and reissued. The reissue has two bonus tracks – the 2001 version of “Wings of a dream” and a live version of the same song.
The big change though is in how the album sounds – having been remastered it sounds far better than the original release. With the whole album having been remastered I wasn’t expecting the 2001 version of “Wings of a dream” to sound much different but there really is a very noticeable difference between the two versions (three if you include the live one). It’s definitely a nice addition to have those two bonus tracks and helps make the anniversary edition more appealing.

With the remastered album sounding better than ever and the two bonus tracks this is a good buy for Edguy fans.

Disc: 1

1. Paradise
2. Wings of a Dream
3. Heart of Twilight
4. Dark Symphony
5. Deadmaker
6. Angel Rebellion
7. When a Hero Cries
8. Steel Church
9. The Kingdom
Bonus tracks:
10. Wings of a Dream (Live) [remastered] 11. Wings of a Dream (2001 Version) [remastered]

With the remastered album sounding better than ever and the two bonus tracks this is a good buy for Edguy fans.

About Ant May

I spend half my life at gigs or festivals and the other half writing the reviews and editing photos, and somehow find time for a full time job too. Who needs sleep - I've got coffee.
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