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  • CD (11 janvier 2007)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Steamhammer - Spv
  • ASIN : B000K7V8EK
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par fifi59 1ER COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEURTOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 24 janvier 2007
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Ce nouvel album de Tristania est une belle réussite dans le domaine Gothic Metal. On se trouve un peu entre Tiamat, Paradise Lost et Lacuna Coil (période pré-Karmacode). Les titres sont variés, tout comme les atmosphères. Les mélodies sont superbes, on trouve quelques moments plus Dark, avec la participation du chanteur de Samael, c'est toujours très mélodique, magnifiquement interprété, avec la présence d'une excellente chanteuse et d'une seconde voix, masculine, parfaitement adaptée au style. De plus, la production est énorme et met parfaitement en valeur l'album !
Illumination est particulièrement agréable à l'écoute, n'écoutez pas trop les critiques, souvent moyennes, et donnez-lui sa chance !
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Le meilleur album de Tristania.
Album planant avec des morceaux heavy comme il faut.
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Departing Destined 19 février 2007
Par doomsdayer520 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Like any serious band, Tristania are still trying to advance their sound. Unfortunately, evidence continues to mount that Tristania's glory days are behind them. This album offers more variety and accessibility than the last album, the uneven Ashes, though that album was more intriguing and rocked harder. Here, Tristania have moved away from dark metal and thankfully have mostly dropped the extreme vocals that have always appeared extraneous within their sound. Tristania are now an increasingly mainstream purveyor of goth dirges, which indicates a partially successful advancement in songwriting and playing. Bassist Rune Osterhus and drummer Kenneth Olsson are especially strong on this album, even though the band is mellowing out overall. The songs here that best illustrate development in songwriting, and best exhibit the band's musical talents, include "Open Ground," "The Ravens," and a couple of others. But otherwise, this album runs out of steam pretty quickly, as it is made up primarily of turgid semi-ballads that hold little musical interest. There are also some unpleasant surprises like "Sacrilege," which sounds like overblown 80s arena metal, and "Ab Initio" (a bonus track on my edition of the disc), which is a failed experiment in psychedelic grunge.

This album also brings to a head the unlikely curse of Tristania - two stupendous singers. The operatic emotion of the beautiful Vibeke Stene and the haunting rich baritone of Osten Bergoy are at the forefront of this album where they belong, and both singers truly shine brightly throughout. However, giving both of these considerable talents room to roam means that neither is fully utilized, and you can only fantasize about how majestic an album could be when carried by either of them individually. Also, despite harmonizing occasionally, Vibeke and Osten are not effectively utilized as a team, and give the impression of singing their parts in isolation. This album sums up the fate of Tristania - two outstanding singers holding each other back from greatness, and a musical backdrop that is becoming less distinct and more directionless with each album. It's time for Vibeke and Osten to both go solo. [~doomsdayer520~]
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Beauty of pure beauty 12 juillet 2007
Par Dmitri Nyrkovsky - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have all Tristania CDs though they were not in my top favorates. The Album Ashes started pushing them into my favorates and Illumination has
completed this process. I first downloaded the whole album for free in a good quality MP3, but then decided that I want to have it in Audio and baught CD .
One-of-a-kind 26 décembre 2011
Par Edi Martinovic - Publié sur Amazon.com
This album is the first I had heard from Tristania. I listened to the previews, and the second I heard the sound of the intro to Lotus I instantly bought the album. It's full of interesting sounds and some really great melodies and moods. It sounds like the singer from The Sisters of Mercy joined a rock band (sometimes swaying toward metal) where sometimes he'll growl more and sing high in addition to low, accompanied by a woman with a very clear, recognizable light voice, and sometimes also accompanied by choirs or gently orchestral elements. Yeah, that's odd, and fantastic. The song Sanguine Sky almost sounds like it could have been written by The Sisters of Mercy too.

I know that existing fans of Tristania are slowly starting to rip their hair out hearing the changes happening in this era of the band. After hearing this album, I went back into Tristania's past to hear other albums by this talented group--however, none of the other albums really sound anything like this, which is why I'm pretty sure fans are disappointed. Imagine my disappointment to see that their past albums were completely different, and this was the last album containing the leading female vocalist. This album ends up being one single unique collection of songs that sound like nothing that happened before it and nothing that will happen again after it. Even Sirenia sounds completely different, without any of the soul of this album.

All in all, you'll be able to tell just from the clips if this is an album you'd like. If it grips you the way it gripped me, buy it without even giving it a moment's thought. It's well worth it. If not, maybe it's not for you. If you think previous Tristania albums are absolute perfection, this will be a step in the wrong direction for you and seeing the albums that have come after this one...it might be time to move on. In my opinion, though, this album is fantastic, and if any band out there can sound like this one album after the other, sign me up!
Wicked songs on this album but poor mastering 23 janvier 2010
Par Brian Skala - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Just now got this album and really loved Ashes personally and was quite different. This album is a little softer then that album overall but has some of the best songs period and continue to advance their sound. Down is probably my favorite song and reminds me of fellow county band and older Trail of Tears song. Fate and Mercyside also greatness. Mercyside is a dizzy, grim and chaotic song to me.

The problem with this album is trying to listen to it on a good stereo system and especially a car audio system and listening to it loud. They've had some good pounding bass in albums like Widow's Weeds and some in the previous album Ashes but the bass on this album is almost too much and pounding. That is only a minor gripe. Really the album sounds like a production problem putting the eq master gain too high and at times sounds distorted throughout the entire album so had to give it 4 stars out of 5.

Other then that unfortunate part which puzzles me this is a great album...one of the best they have made.
A wonderful surprise! Buy this! 13 février 2008
Par J. Reynolds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I must say that when I got this CD I expected much less than Ashes' already immaculate formula. They have continued album after album to further refine their sound, and this album just might be the pinnacle. My personal highlights here are The Ravens and Down. Vibeke is simply haunting on these tracks, not that any of the others leave anything to be desired. It's just that the aforementioned tracks are simply monumental - epics if you will. None of the rest of the band is slacking here, it's just that, especially on The Ravens and Down, Vibeke's above flawless performance easily overshadows anything that could possibly improve their sound. I haven't been so moved by an album in quite some time (Neurosis - The Eye of Every Storm perhaps?). I couldn't rate this album anything less than 6/5 stars. I just hope that the new female vocalist can continue Tristania's legacy... Do yourself a favor and buy this!
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