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Amplified // A Decade of Reinventing the Cello

Amplified
Compilation album by Apocalyptica
Released May 30, 2006
Recorded 1996 - 2006
Genre Cello metal, classical, chamber music
Length 1:44:46
Label 20-20 Entertainment
Apocalyptica chronology
Apocalyptica
(2005)
Amplified // A Decade of Reinventing the Cello
(2006)
Worlds Collide
(2007)
Singles from Amplified
  1. "Repressed (feat. Max Cavalera and Matt Tuck)"
    Released: May 19, 2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
RockReviews [2]

Amplified // A Decade of Reinventing the Cello, is the second greatest hits album by Apocalyptica.

It consists almost entirely of the band's most notable covers and original songs, however it also contains two new songs: "Repressed" and Slayer's "Angel of Death". The album was released on Tuesday, May 30, 2006.

Track listing

CD 1: Instrumentals
No. Title Writer(s) Album Length
1. "Enter Sandman" (Metallica cover) Kirk Hammett, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich Plays Metallica by Four Cellos 3:41
2. "Harmageddon"   Eicca Toppinen Inquisition Symphony 4:56
3. "Nothing Else Matters" (Metallica cover) Hetfield, Ulrich Inquisition Symphony 4:48
4. "Refuse/Resist" (Sepultura cover) Max Cavalera Inquisition Symphony 3:13
5. "Somewhere Around Nothing"   Toppinen Reflections 4:10
6. "Betrayal/Forgiveness" (featuring Dave Lombardo) Perttu Kivilaakso Apocalyptica 5:13
7. "Farewell"   Kivilaakso Apocalyptica 5:32
8. "Master of Puppets" (Metallica cover) Hetfield, Ulrich, Hammett, Cliff Burton Plays Metallica by Four Cellos 6:03
9. "Hall of the Mountain King"   Edvard Grieg Cult 3:29
10. "One" (Metallica cover) Hetfield, Ulrich Inquisition Symphony 5:45
11. "Heat"   Toppinen Reflections 3:22
12. "Čohkka"   Toppinen Reflections 4:29
13. "Kaamos" (Finnish for "Polar Night") Toppinen Cult 4:44
14. "Deathzone"   Kivilaakso Apocalyptica 4:36
15. "Angel of Death" (Slayer cover) Jeff Hanneman previously unreleased 2:56
Total length:
1:07:53
CD 2: Vocals
No. Title Writer(s) Album Length
1. "Repressed" (featuring Max Cavalera and Matt Tuck) Toppinen, Cavalera, Matt Tuck previously unreleased 4:27
2. "Path Vol. 2" (featuring Sandra Nasić) Toppinen Cult: Special Edition 3:24
3. "Bittersweet" (featuring Ville Valo and Lauri Ylönen) Toppinen Apocalyptica 4:26
4. "Hope Vol. 2" (featuring Matthias Sayer) Toppinen Cult: Special Edition 4:03
5. "En Vie" (featuring Manu) Kivilaakso Apocalyptica 3:28
6. "Faraway Vol. 2" (featuring Linda Sundblad) Toppinen Reflections Revisited 5:12
7. "Life Burns!" (featuring Lauri Ylönen) Toppinen Apocalyptica 3:08
8. "Seemann" (Rammstein cover, featuring Nina Hagen) Oliver Riedel Reflections Revisited 5:20
Total length:
33:28

Limited edition

The album has two versions: regular and limited. Limited edition included the "Heat"-video and bonustrack "Wie Weit". The quickest orders of this edition received an Apocalyptica key trailer.

References

  1. ^ Eduardo Rivadavia. "Amplified // A Decade of Reinventing the Cello".  
  2. ^ "Music review of Amplified // A Decade of Reinventing the Cello CD by Apocalyptica (2006)". [RockReviews]. Retrieved 2012-01-14. 
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