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Walking In The Air - Nightwish - Oceanborn (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Oceanborn is the second studio album by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish. It was released in Finland by Spinefarm Records on 7 December and in the spring of worldwide. It was released by Drakkar Entertainment in the rest of Europe, and by Toy's Factory in Japan. Oceanborn has sold more than 68, copies in Finland.
  2. Walking in the Air: The Greatest Ballads is a compilation by the Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, released in It contains the "greatest ballads" from the first four albums, two of which are covers. The cover art was created by Andreas Marschall.
  3. The album received positive reviews from music critics upon the album's release. AllMusic gave the album a positive review, saying, "Though the work seems part and parcel of the Nightwish aesthetic, on its own it may not appeal to all fans. That said, it does add depth and dimension to Human.:II: Nature. which is, with one exception, a consistently and deeply satisfying outing that was worth.
  4. Oceanborn is the second album by Nightwish, released on December 7th, It is also the first album by Nightwish as a five-person group, and the only album that features vocals of any kind by drummer Jukka Nevalainen. Track List Edit.
  5. Aug 28,  · Artista: Nightwish Álbum: Oceanborn Fecha de lanzamiento: Género: Metal alternativo.
  6. Walking in the Air Lyrics: We're walking in the air / We're floating in the moonlit sky / The people far below are sleeping as we fly / I'm holding very tight / I'm riding in the midnight blue / I.
  7. This is the album where Nightwish found their sound. After the raw sounding Angels Fall First, Oceanborn was the first real breath of air for Nightwish, taking their musical abillity and scepticism to the next level, where cathcy songs could be made with technique and power. This also seemed to be the album which was their most prog like.

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