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Cult (album)

Cult
Studio album by Apocalyptica
Released September 28, 2000
Recorded

from 1999 - April 28, 2000

at Petrax Studios, Hollola

at Horus Sound Studio, Hannover - Vocals (Path Vol.2)

at Woodhouse Studio, Hagen - Vocals (Hope Vol.2)
Genre Cello metal, symphonic metal, neo-classical metal, progressive metal, classical
Length 1:15:30 (Both Discs)
Label Mercury/Universal
Producer Kai "Hiili" Hiilesmaa
Apocalyptica chronology
Inquisition Symphony
(1998)
Cult
(2000)
The Best of Apocalyptica
(2002) (Japan only)
Special Edition
2001's Special Edition front cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
PiercingMetal 7/10 stars[2]

Cult is Apocalyptica's third album, released in 2000 with a special-edition released in 2001 containing an extra disc, mixed and mastered at Finnvox. Here, Apocalyptica also started using distortion effects much more boldly and frequently. There are some versions of the first release with "Path Vol. 2" as the first track and "Path" as the fourteenth. This is the last Apocalyptica album to feature Max Lilja on cello. The song "Hope Vol.2" has a music video which features scenes from the film Vidocq.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
    • Apocalyptica 2.1
    • Additionnel personnel 2.2
    • Production 2.3
  • Charts 3
  • References 4

Track listing

All songs by Eicca Toppinen except where noted.

Standard version
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Path"     3:08
2. "Struggle"     3:26
3. "Romance"     3:28
4. "Pray!"     4:22
5. "In Memoriam"     4:41
6. "Hyperventilation"     4:28
7. "Beyond Time"     3:57
8. "Hope"     3:24
9. "Kaamos"     4:42
10. "Coma" (Live at Hollola Church)   6:59
11. "Hall of the Mountain King" (Edvard Grieg cover, from Peer Gynt, Op. 23, Act II, Pt. 5) Edvard Grieg 3:29
12. "Until It Sleeps" (Metallica cover, from Load) Hetfield & Ulrich 3:15
13. "Fight Fire with Fire" (Metallica cover, from Ride the Lightning) Hetfield, Ulrich & Burton 3:25
Total length:
52:48
Special Edition Disc 2
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Path Vol. 2"     3:23
2. "Hope Vol. 2"     4:02
3. "Harmageddon" (from Inquisition Symphony**)   4:57
4. "Nothing Else Matters" (Metallica cover, from Metallica**) Hetfield & Ulrich 5:15
5. "Inquisition Symphony" (Sepultura cover, from Schizophrenia**) M.Cavalera, I. Cavalera, Paulo Jr. & Kisser 5:05
Total length:
22:42
  • **Live at Muffathalle, München in 24 October 2000

Personnel

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Polish Albums Chart[3] 31

References

  1. ^ "Cult".  
  2. ^ "Reviews - CD". www.PiercingMetal.com. 2001-11-06. Retrieved 2012-01-10. 
  3. ^ "Oficjalna lista sprzedaży :: OLIS - Official Retail Sales Chart". OLIS. December 18, 2000. Retrieved March 31, 2012. 
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