Magic Pie - The Suffering Joy album flac
Artist: Magic Pie Album: The Suffering Joy Origin: Norway Genre: Progressive Rock (with lots of 70's influences) Year: 2011 Line-up: Eirik Hanssen - lead.
Sergmusicdoc: Исполнитель: Magic Pie Страна: Norwegia Альбом: The Suffering Joy Жанр: Progressive rock Год: 2011 Формат: FLAC (image + CUE + LOG + Covers) Размер: 624 Mb Залито: FileSonic, LetitBit, FileServe Magic Pie is a Norwegian Progressive . .
The Suffering Joy by Magic Pie, released 12 January 2017 1. A Life's Work p. Questions Unanswered 2. Overture 3. A Brand New Day 4. The Suffering Joy 5. Headlines 6. Endless Ocean 7. Slightly Mad 8. Tired 9. In Memoriam The Suffering Joy was the bands third album. Now re-released on Karisma Records. The Suffering Joy was the bands third album. Includes unlimited streaming of The Suffering Joy via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Purchasable with gift card.
Magic Pie is a Norwegian Progressive Rock band releasing their third album, The Suffering Joy. Their debut album, Motions Of Desire, their sophomore release Circus Of Life (2007), and this new album have all been released via Progress Records. After the release of Circus Of Life, vocalist Allan Olsen quit, and the band brought in Eiríkur Hauksson (Ken Hensley, Artch) to handle the vocal duties.
Band Name Magic Pie. Album Name The Suffering Joy. Type Album. Labels Progress Records (SWE). Members owning this album0. 1. A Life's Work (Part I) - Questions Unanswered. 2. A Life's Work (Part II) - Overture. 3. A Life's Work (Part III) - A Brand New Day. 4. A Life's Work (Part IV) - The Suffering Joy. 5. Headlines. Data de lançamento 25 Janeiro 2011. Labels Progress Records. Estilo de MúsicaSymphonic Prog. Membros têm este álbum0.
The Suffering Joy (2011) by Magic Pie. Labels: Progress Records. Genres: Progressive Metal .
MAGIC PIE is a Symphonic Prog, Progressive Rock artist from Norway. Every time I hear that a Symphonic band from any Scandinavian country has released an album, I run and get it without any question, in most cases I'm not defrauded, their approach to classic Symphonic is impeccable in most cases and MAGIC PIE is not an exception.
A fairly long album, Magic Pie barrages the listener with prog epics left right and center. The first four tracks here comprise the ‘A Life’s Work’ suite, although for all intents and purposes, the fourth track is the one that people will be talking about; a seventeen minute section where Magic Pie pulls out every trick from vocal harmonies to crunchy guitar tones to a variety of vintage synth sounds. This even shows in the album’s length, and there are several points in this album where ‘The Suffering Joy’ may have ended quite nicely, but they decide to throw in another fifteen or nine minute long epic into the fray to keep the train running along.
|1||A Life's Work Part 1|
|2||A Life's Work Part 2|
|3||A Life's Work Part 3|
|4||A Life's Work Part 4|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7090008311034
|PRCD007654||Magic Pie||The Suffering Joy (CD, Album)||Progress Records||PRCD007654||Sweden||2011|
|PRCD 042||Magic Pie||The Suffering Joy (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Progress Records||PRCD 042||Russia||2011|
|KAR103LP||Magic Pie||The Suffering Joy (2xLP, Album)||Karisma Records||KAR103LP||Norway||2017|
|PRCD 042||Magic Pie||The Suffering Joy (CD, Album, Dig)||Progress Records||PRCD 042||Scandinavia||2011|