Adagio (Solitude Aeturnus album)

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Adagio
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Studio album by Solitude Aeturnus
Released April 1998
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Doom metal
Length63:01
Label Massacre Records
Producer Paul Johnston & Solitude Aeturnus
Solitude Aeturnus chronology
Downfall
(1996)
Adagio
(1998)
Alone
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Adagio is the fifth album by Solitude Aeturnus.

Track listing

  1. "My Endtime" – 0:48
  2. "Days of Prayer" – 6:10
  3. "Believe" – 5:52
  4. "Never" – 2:53
  5. "Idis" – 5:41
  6. "Personal God" – 5:01
  7. "Mental Pictures" – 4:57
  8. "Insanity's Circles" – 6:05
  9. "The Fall" – 2:28
  10. "Lament" – 5:43
  11. "Empty Faith" – 3:58
  12. "Spiral Descent" – 7:09
  13. "Heaven and Hell" – 6:13
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Credits

Line-up:

Recorded at Rhythm Studios, Bidford On Avon, UK, April '98
Produced by Solitude Aeturnus and Paul Johnston
Engineered by Paul Jonston
Mastered by Alexander Krull at Mastersound
Artwork and design by Travis Smith
Photos by Jax Smith

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