Ghost - Prequelle album flac
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music AB
- Copyright (c) – Universal Music AB
NotesSpecial Swedish/Scandinavian Deluxe Edition including 2 bonus tracks. Comes in a special digipak.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0602567627395
|LVR00383, 0888072054578||Ghost||Prequelle (CD, Album, Dlx)||Loma Vista, Spinefarm Records||LVR00383, 0888072054578||Europe||2018|
|888072054554||Ghost||Prequelle (CD, Album)||Loma Vista, Spinefarm Records||888072054554||Mexico||2018|
|0888072054837, LVR00390||Ghost||Prequelle (LP, Album, Ltd, Cle)||Spinefarm Records, Loma Vista||0888072054837, LVR00390||Europe||2018|
|060256762721||Ghost||Prequelle (LP, Album, Ltd, Blu)||Reaktor Recordings, Universal Music AB||060256762721||Sweden||2018|
|LVR00375, LVR00400||Ghost||Prequelle (LP, Album, Dlx, Ltd, Red + 7", Red)||Loma Vista, Loma Vista||LVR00375, LVR00400||US||2018|
Ghost - Prequelle (Full Album).
Despite the fact that Swedish metal collective Ghost sings about medieval death via the plague, their melodic fourth album, ‘Prequelle,’ is alluring and at times, quite beautiful.
Prequelle is the fourth studio album by Swedish rock band Ghost. It was released on 1 June 2018 and produced by Tom Dalgety. The album's first single, "Rats", was released ahead of the album on 13 April, and as of 28 July, had peaked at number one for seven weeks on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart. The second single, "Dance Macabre", later topped the same chart for two weeks as well
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The fourth full-length album by Swedish band Ghost, Prequelle, is the first to introduce the band’s new leader, Cardinal Copia. Though Ghost has changed of ‘leader’ for every album release, this is usually simply a physical change in appearance, as Tobias Forge is always the man behind the mask; nonetheless, this time there’s someone else on the costume. The album revolves around the middle ages with themes such as death, wrath, and destruction. Contrary to all other released by Ghost, the band did not release any single artwork for Prequelle. The only other art released, apart from the album itself, was a cover designed by artist Marald van Haasteren for Revolver Magazine.
Ghost – Prequelle Released: June 1st, 2018. Ghost are: Cardinal Copia // Vocals Nameless Ghoul // Guitar Nameless Ghoul // Bass Nameless Ghoul // Drums Nameless Ghoul // Piano. The new album Prequelle comes in the wake of a very public lawsuit from the former, not so Nameless Ghouls and off the back of the unmasking of their lead singer. So it’s a joy to tell you. None of this has harmed the quality of their musical output. Ashes’ opens the album. Greeting you with the creepy, eerie tones of children singing ‘Ring Around the Rosie’ while beautiful synth danced playfully around their ominous voices, before reaching the crescendo.
Prequelle is a dizzying, all-consuming rock opera delivered with convincing evangelical zeal. The stage is set with creepy intro Ashes, a reworking of the classic plague rhyme Ring A Ring O’ Roses, before Rats digs its claws in with the biggest hook since Square Hammer. Despite its medieval theme, the music is a homage to the 80s, as with much of this record. Bombastic grandeur aside, Prequelle takes some surprising turns, including two proggy instrumentals. The none-more-retro Miasma subliminally recalls Majestic from last album Meliora and sounds like an extended action sequence, climaxing in an enthusiastic saxophone solo.
On Ghost’s explosive fourth album, Prequelle, the Swede straddles both paths, spiking the band’s old ornate style with youthful vigor. Rather than reprising his role as Papa Emeritus, Forge has stepped into the Sunday shoes of one Cardinal Copia, a sprightly, pale-faced clergyman who rolls his R’s like Spanish royalty and carries a boombox wherever he goes. A concept album loosely centered around the Black Plague, Prequelle bridges the classic rock of Ghost’s most recent full-length-2015’s Grammy-winning Meliora-and the disco flirtations of 2016’s Popestar, an EP of covers that reinterpreted non-metal songs by Eurythmics, Echo and the Bunnymen, and more.
Overall, this album prove why Ghost are as popular and well respected as they are. They show they are more than just a stage show with each song. Yet the whole album weaves together thematically so well you become excited for the visuals that will inevitably follow. They do just as well, if not better, than the last album ‘Meliora’ which is a big feat. Fans of Ghost will love this album and newcomers to the band will find something to love and draw them in to the existing story. Musically one of the best rock/metal albums released this year and I don’t say that lightly .