|Agnen: A Journey Through the Dark|
|Studio album by|
Brygga studio, Trondheim
|Keep of Kalessin chronology|
Agnen: A Journey Through the Dark is Keep of Kalessin's second album.
Avantgarde Music, the record label, mixed the running order of the tracks 1, 4 and 6 on the album (the rest is correct). There are two different versions of this album, with different running orders. The first edition has track 1 Pain Humanised, track 4 Dryland and track 6 Dragonlord. The second edition (this version is as the band intended it) has track 1 Dryland, track 4 Dragonlord and track 6 Pain Humanised.
Both of these are different from what it says on the back of the CD-case. On the back of the CD-case, the running order is as the track listing shows below.
|2.||"As Mist Lay Silent Beneath"||5:38|
|5.||"Orb of Man"||5:49|
|7.||"Towards I Roam"||7:17|
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