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Still Life (Double Special Edi NTSC, Special Edition


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  • Audio CD (April 15 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: NTSC, Special Edition
  • Label: SNAPPER
  • ASIN: B0013N4AT0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,128 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. The Moor
2. Godhead\x{2019}S Lament
3. Benighted
4. Moonlapse Vertigo
5. Face Of Melinda
6. Serenity Painted Death
7. White Cluster
Disc: 2
1. The Moor
2. Godhead\x{2019}S Lament
3. Benighted
4. Moonlapse Vertigo
5. Face Of Melinda
6. Serenity Painted Death
7. White Cluster

Product Description

2008 CD/DVD special digipack book edition including 5.1 surround mix of this classic 1999 Opeth album. The critically acclaimed Still Life features `Face Of Melinda' filmed live in London. The artwork has been re-worked by original designer Travis Smith. Still Life was Opeth's first outing for Peaceville. Blessed with renewed enthusiasm, the band delivered yet another flawless gem of an album. Like My Arms, Your Hearse before it, Still Life was recorded at Gothenburg's famous Studio Fredman under the watchful eye of engineer Fredrik Norddtrom.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark Horvath on July 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
First off, before i start an impartial review, I LOVE OPETH. they are my favorite band of all time at this moment, and have been now for roughly 3 years. that being said....
With 2000 roughly approaching, everyone had in mind a good canidate for album of the millenium. Many would say its the Black Album, or the White Album, or even the Brown Album (Primus fans love it, do you?) but one album shines through all the gems and gives these classic albums a run for their money.
Am i calling Still Life album of the millenium? Nah. i dont have such a bold claim, i am a lover of too many bands and too much music to display such favoritism toward any one release that is to sum up a time that perhaps like Still Life, has seen rises and falls, just like the rough deathy raw Opeth so darkly contrasts the jazz and acoustic laden Damnation style Opeth.
You see both on Still Life, in seperate measures too. You can see how Opeth became legendary thanks to albums like Morningrise and My Arms Your Hearse because of the sheer brutality that songs like "The Moor" and "Moonlapse Vertigo" possess. But secondly you bear witness to an evolution of sorts, where Opeth finally decided that they would mold their craft with more experimental material. You can see it in the latter track, the jazz/rock riff at the 5 minute mark is not a new aspect of Opeth's winning formula, just one that they finagle around with a bit more.
Another aspect of this disc that cannot be overlooked is the sheer beauty in anguish that the two acoustic laden tracks, "Benightened" and "Face of Melinda" offer.
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Format: Audio CD
This special edition will blow away your original cd version if you're willing to do some work. The original cd didn't sound very good at all and this package here comes with the album remastered, plus a dvd with a DTS surround mix. The remastered cd sounds horrible. It's very highly compressed so don't even bother taking it out of the case. The DVD is what makes this worthwhile, since it sounds pretty amazing on a surround setup, plus you can rip and downmix the DTS track to 2 channels yourself and create a superior mix. Wait, what was that? I can play around on my home computer with some free software and in a few hours make it sound better than the people who were paid to make it sound like crap? Yes. Absolutely. I was skeptical at first when I stumbled upon a forum discussion that recommended this but it's no joke. I've played the remastered cd and the downmix to several people and everyone agrees that the remaster sounds terrible in comparison. So if you're a fan of Opeth and this album, do yourself a favour and pick up this special edition, do a search for info on the downmix process and listen to it with a proper mix. Enjoy.
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Format: Audio CD
Having read many of the reviews already posted I see that there is no point in me writing yet another review gushing about how amazing this band is so I'll try and keep this one short.
I personally rate this album as Opeth's second best after Morningrise. It represents the peak of the style that sounded a little unrefined on "My Arms Your Hearse" and a little tired IMO on "Blackwater Park". Some of the melodies and riffs on this album are just breathtaking (sorry I know I said I wouldn't gush ;) )
I would like to also make a response to the reviewer who states that Opeth are good at "microcomposition" and not "macrocomposition" as I believe that this is a somewhat valid point. I do sometimes feel that on some of their songs Opeth have difficulty moving between radically different passages with ease but that is a criticism that I would level more at some of their other albums as I feel that they do so very well on here. Moonlapse Vertigo is one of my very favourite Opeth "songs" (as in from start to finish) and is beautifully crafted. Although this "disjointed" problem does prop up occasionally on all Opeth's albums I feel that it is a small price to pay for the excellent style that the band has developed and for the most part I think that it is this wandering style that many people like about the band and why so many put "Morningrise" (which has next to no repition) at the top of their list as the band's best. I personally feel that it does not detract from my enjoyment of their music very much at all.
At the end of the day anyone who is a fan of metal should at the very least give this one a few spins.
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By Kurt Zander on April 20 2004
Format: Audio CD
The compositions show the progressive influence that's so affluent within their artistic trajectory. The ambiance pervading this album is that of somber melancholy. A lugubrious tale about a man being exiled from a town and his beloved Melinda only return to her and find out her promise is made to another, though I won't reveal the ending. TAKE NOTE: If you listen closely to "The Moor," about 9 or 10 minutes into the song, when it quiets you can hear a sigh. Now this sigh was not Mikael or any of the other members. They recorded the vocals for that song at night while not a body was around outside the studio. Very mysterious indeed. Anyway, each track is a masterpiece and "Face of Melinda" is their best all-clean vocal track. P.S. I saw them play "The Moor" live at Graceland in Seattle, it was there first time performing that song live and it just happened to be my favorite song of theirs, emotionally powerful live band. In addition, good lyrics accompany their majestic music and they're music lovers, not just metal heads. Down-to-earth lads. I highly recommend this album to real music lovers not just metal heads. My personal favorite Opeth record to date.
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