Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Letters from the Labyrinth (2015)Format: FLAC (image + .cue)
    Quality: lossless
    Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit
    Source: CD, Album
    Artist: Trans-Siberian Orchestra
    Title: Letters from the Labyrinth
    Label, Catalog: Lava – B0023993-02
    Genre: Progressive Rock, Symphonic Rock, Classical
    Release Date: 2015
    Scans: included
    Size .zip: ~ 547 mb



    Labyrinth is TSOs first album of individual, unconnected songs, the 14-track set is knit together by the serious underpinning of the songs, whether its the sweeping overview of humanity on Time & Distance, the concerns of world banking irregularities on Not Dead Yet, the anti-bullying message of Not The Same (which ONeill co-wrote with his daughter) or the learn-from-the-past studies of Prince Igor and King Rurik. In some ways its a straight ahead album, and in some ways its not. Its blatantly out of the box more music-driven as opposed to story- and music-driven. The world is a mess right now, so Letters From the Labyrinth examines some of the problems were facing now. You can enjoy them as songs, but theyre there to make you think.

    Tracklist:
    01. Time & Distance (The Dash) [03:44]
    02. Madness Of Men [04:10]
    03. Prometheus [03:39]
    04. Mountain Labyrinth [03:15]
    05. King Rurik [03:11]
    06. Prince Igor [03:04]
    07. The Night Conceives [03:38]
    08. Forget About The Blame (Sun Version) [04:15]
    09. Not Dead Yet [03:28]
    10. Past Tomorrow [03:22]
    11. Stay [02:57]
    12. Not The Same [03:41]
    13. Who I Am [02:49]
    14. Lullaby Night [02:44]
    15. Forget About The Blame (Moon Version)(Bonus Track) [04:16]



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