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Silent Enigma,the


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  • Audio CD (May 20 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: SNAPPER
  • ASIN: B000090278
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #68,164 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)


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Format: Audio CD
imagine what comes out combining pure doom metal melancholy with the atmosphere of pink floyd,yes pink floyd.i was/am amazed by this album,vincent's vocals(though i was afraid after darren left).it's divine dark and melancholic atmosphere are so beautiful given.start listening it from the begining, without stoping and you will realise that this is not just music but true melancholic emotions flowing from the deepest of anathema right into your heart.the lyrics can stand as a poetry anthology themselves,while anathema seem not to play music but create a dark world, a lost heaven.anathema are blessed by the nocturnal muse, and make history with the silent enigma.buy it with no second thought,i'd die for it.
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After buying Pentecost III, I was sure I had exhausted Anathema's worthy recordings. As a huge fan of Darren's vocals, I wasn't sure I could stand anything else. Well, I overcame my fear recently and bought Silent Enigma. I have no regrets, whatsoever. It turns out the vocals (performed by guitarist Vincent Cavanagh) are excellent, though different from Darren's. People have compared them to Celtic Frost. I've only heard a couple of CF songs, but I guess its a fair comparison. The music follows the path that Pentecost III was taking. No extreme changes have taken place. While each of the songs were pretty different from each other in P3, though, these songs are more consistent. That doesn't mean they're all the same song, they just fit together in a single album better. Overall, I was impressed with the general quality of this album. While nothing jumps out at me as brilliant, this is well produced and performed, original doom. I recommend this to fans of previous albums, but cannot speak for fans of recent albums.
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By "devil-boy" on March 24 2000
Format: Audio CD
In the ANATHEMA's history, this album is probably their most under rated due to the fact that it recieved almost no press. It is my personnal fave of all their albums (YES, I LIKE IT MORE THAN SERANDES, WHICH IS BRILLIANT). This was their first album after the departure of old vokillist Darren White, new vokillist, new sound. Here we start hearing the interjection of clean vocals but still a little deathy. The songs are more cohesive and tend to have a nice flow, but what really kills is the guitar riffs and harmonies. There are wicked textures added to the songs when they alternate from heavy to mellow guitar parts. Opening track 'RESTLESS OBLIVION' is worth the price alone for this disc. This album is a great link between their old and new material. Under rated classic.
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