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Souls Highway

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Illusionate
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Between The Lines
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Souls Highway
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Blinded
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Endless Waters
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Fiction City
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Sunset 28
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A Last Farewell
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A Season In Green
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Beyond The Skies
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Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 51:38

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good, but not the best

mklafleur1976

There are better albums by Beseech out there but this one is still good. It's a bit less gothy than other albums. There are three songs that I just love: "Sunset 28", "A last Farewell", and "Illusionate"

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very nice

dougm

yep, its goth & grim but more than anything - it has atmosphere. this is a very cool album. i don't find any instrument or singing extraordinary but here is a case where the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. it has a vibe to it based on some fine production & engineering that really makes the sound, the feel, the emotion come out strong. its not shrill, its not fake opera, you could play this at work and not be told to turn it off but you would still be the coolest dude in the office. i love the track "sunset 28" the best.

They Say All Music Guide

Sweden’s Beseech makes a giant leap forward on 2002′s Souls Highway. The gothic metal performances, sonic detail, and dense arrangements are a vast improvement when compared to the band’s prior efforts. The guitars and drums are prominent and thick; however, this Napalm Records release isn’t particularly heavy, as Beseech adhere to the Gothenburg sound’s more lyrical tradition. New male vocalist Erik Molarin’s delivery perfectly compliments Lotta Höglin’s airy tones, and the rest of the group (drummer Jonas Strömberg, guitarists Klas Bohlin and Robert Spånglund, bassist Daniel Elofsson, and keyboard player Mikael Back) each demonstrate dramatic technical improvement. The slightly more doom-inflected From a Bleeding Heart and Black Emotion are both respectable outings, but Souls Highway is easily the best collection of songs and the richest recording thus far from Beseech. – Vincent Jeffries

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