Ghost/Ghost B. C.
Meliora

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

2015 EU issued on 180g vinyl LP - Sweden's Ghost is back with their highly anticipated 3rd album, Meliora. Steeped in subversive themes of humanism, counterculture and anti-establishmentarianism, the album was produced by Klas Ahlund, mixed by And...

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Release date: 21-08-2015

2015 EU issued on 180g vinyl LP - Sweden's Ghost is back with their highly anticipated 3rd album, Meliora. Steeped in subversive themes of humanism, counterculture and anti-establishmentarianism, the album was produced by Klas Ahlund, mixed by Andy Wallace, and is their heaviest and most melodic project to date. Lead singer Papa Emeritus II has been 'let go' and will be replaced by the younger, more powerful Papa Emeritus III, who expertly leads his Ghouls through 10 scorching tracks, including 'Cirice', which means church in Old English and is an ode to institutions inventing the problem so that they can offer the solution.

Tracks:
A1 Spirit
A2 From The Pinnacle To The Pit
A3 Cirice
A4 Spöksonat
A5 He Is

B1 Mummy Dust
B2 Majesty
B3 Devil Church
B4 Absolution
B5 Deus In Absentia

After getting a little too cute for their own good on 2013’s ‘Infestissuman,’ Ghost came back to their senses and reconnected their classic hard-rock dots on 2015’s far more focused and musically satisfying ‘Meliora.’ Besides the persistent Blue Oyster Cult comparisons, you can hear Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow on “Majesty,” assorted prog-rock inclinations (Yes, ELP) on “Deus in Absentia,” as well as some genuine metallic minor keys, power chords and church organs on tracks like “Spirit,” “Cirice” and “Absolution.” -ultimateclassicrock.com

After getting a little too cute for their own good on 2013’s ‘Infestissuman,’ Ghost came back to their senses and reconnected their classic hard-rock dots on 2015’s far more focused and musically satisfying ‘Meliora.’ Besides the persistent Blue Oyster Cult comparisons, you can hear Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow on “Majesty,” assorted prog-rock inclinations (Yes, ELP) on “Deus in Absentia,” as well as some genuine metallic minor keys, power chords and church organs on tracks like “Spirit,” “Cirice” and “Absolution.”

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Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Universal
This release: 2015
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