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Mephisto - Moonspell - Irreligious (CD, Album)

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  1. Irreligious, an Album by Moonspell. Released in on Century Media (catalog no. ; CD).
  2. "Mephisto" was the first song from the album that the band played live. It is a slower song than most of the others on the album, but it still has a very heavy chorus. The song goes out with some wicked laughter. The strangely titled "Herr Spiegelmann" starts off with some carnival music, and wanders around without a purpose/5(23).
  3. Jan 03,  · Band: Moonspell Album: Irreligious Genre: symph/goth metal Country: Portugal.
  4. CD / Album. Label / Studio Century Media. Recommended; Reviews; Track List Looking for Moonspell - Irreligious? Visit Decluttr for great deals and super savings with FREE shipping today! Mephisto 10) Nerr Spiegelmann 11) Full Moon Madness. Album Irreligious. Main Format CD.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Transparent Vinyl release of Irreligious on Discogs. Label: Century Media - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Remastered Green TransparentCD Album All Media Limited Edition, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal, Gothic Metal/5(10).
  6. Irreligious is the second studio album by Portuguese gothic metal band, Moonspell, released It features some of the best-known songs of the band, such as "Opium", "Ruin & Misery", "Awake!" and "Full Moon Madness".
  7. Jul 13,  · "Mephisto" was the first song from the album that the band played live. It is a slower song than most of the others on the album, but it still has a very heavy chorus. The song goes out with some wicked laughter. The strangely titled "Herr Spiegelmann" starts off with some carnival music, and wanders around without a purpose/5(23).
  8. May 15,  · Irreligious is a great album for many reasons. The music is incredible and the guitar riffs KICK A** on every song. The drums and all other instruments are played at a very high level/5(23).
  9. Irreligious marks Moonspell’s final album that has their ‘classic’ sound going on, before going into an experimental and gothic rock direction on their next albums. Moonspell here is at its best thus far in their career, creating a more than worthy – in my opinion slightly superior – successor of Wolfheart.

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