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Reflections (Apocalyptica album)

Reflections
Studio album by Apocalyptica
Released October 2, 2003
Genre Cello metal, symphonic metal, neo-classical metal, progressive metal, classical
Length 46:41
Label Universal
Apocalyptica chronology
Best of Apocalyptica
(2002)
Reflections
(2003)
Apocalyptica
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
PiercingMetal 8/10 stars[2]

Reflections is the fourth studio album of Finnish metal band Apocalyptica, released in 2003 with a special-edition entitled Reflections Revised released in the later part of 2003 containing a DVD as well as the original album with five bonus tracks. The original slipcase cover is a picture of a burning cello, which is also seen in the inside traycard of all versions. The cover is similar to the cover of the film The Red Violin.

In the previous Apocalyptica release, Eicca Toppinen played double bass; a percussion instrument — but this is first release to have professional percussionists playing the drums. From this album on, the band needed to add a drummer to the band, later being Mikko Sirén.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • DVD 1.1
  • Personnel 2
    • Apocalyptica 2.1
    • Drums 2.2
    • Additional personnel 2.3
    • Additional Credits on "Seemann" 2.4
    • Production 2.5
    • Violins 2.6
    • Additional Cellos (10) 2.7
    • Album Inlay 2.8
  • References 3

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Prologue (Apprehension)"   3:12
2. "No Education"   3:17
3. "Faraway"   5:13
4. "Somewhere Around Nothing"   4:09
5. "Drive"   3:21
6. "Čohkka"   4:27
7. "Conclusion"   4:06
8. "Resurrection"   3:34
9. "Heat"   3:21
10. "Cortége"   4:28
11. "Pandemonium"   2:06
12. "Toreador II"   3:56
13. "Epilogue (Relief)"   3:29
Revised, Russian Edition & 2005 US Reissue
No. Title Length
14. "Seemann (Rammstein Cover)"   4:43
15. "Faraway, Vol. 2 (Extended Version)"   5:12
Revised & Russian Edition
No. Title Length
16. "Delusion"   4:10
17. "Perdition"   4:09
18. "Leave Me Alone"   4:11
Russian Edition
No. Title Length
19. "Letting the Cables Sleep (Apocalyptica Remix) (Bush cover)"   4:03
2005 US Reissue
No. Title Length
16. "Deep Down Ascend (Demo)"   3:46
17. "Kellot (Demo)"   4:17
18. "Somewhere Around Nothing (Music video)"   3:46

DVD

  1. "Faraway" Live 2003
  2. "Enter Sandman" Live 2003
  3. "Inquisition Symphony" Live 2003
  4. "Nothing Else Matters" Live 2003
  5. "Somewhere Around Nothing" Live 2003
  6. "Somewhere Around Nothing" Video
  7. "Faraway, Vol. 2" Video
  8. "Seemann" Video
  9. "Faraway, Vol. 2" EPK
  10. "Reflections" EPK
  11. "Seemann" EPK

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Reflections (Apocalyptica album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Reviews - CD". www.PiercingMetal.com. 2005-03-22. Retrieved 2012-03-06. 
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