Angra - Holy Land (1996) [Brazil, Power Metal/Progressive Metal]


Artist: Angra
Location: Brazil
Album: Holy Land
Year: 1996
Genre: Power Metal, Progressive Metal
Duration: 60:56
Format: MP3 CBR 320

Tracks:
01. Crossing (Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina) - 1:55
02. Nothing To Say (André Matos, Kiko Loureiro, Ricardo Confessori/André Matos) - 6:19
03. Silence And Distance (André Matos/André Matos) - 5:31
04. Carolina IV (Rafael Bittencourt, Kiko Loureiro, André Matos, Luís Mariutti, Ricardo Confessori/Rafael Bittencourt, André Matos) - 10:33
05. Holy Land (André Matos/André Matos) - 6:23
06. The Shaman (André Matos/André Matos) - 5:21
07. Make Believe (Rafael Bittencourt, André Matos/Rafael Bittencourt) - 5:51
08. Z.I.T.O. (Kiko Loureiro, Rafael Bittencourt, André Matos/Rafael Bittencourt) - 6:01
09. Deep Blue (André Matos/André Matos) - 5:47
10. Lullaby For Lucifer (Kiko Loureiro, Rafael Bittencourt/Rafael Bittencourt) - 2:41
11. Queen Of The Night (Rafael Bittencourt/Rafael Bittencourt) - 4:34

Personnel:
- André Matos (André Coelho Matos) - lead vocals, choir tenor vocals, keyboards, piano, organ, orchestral & choir arrangements, flute & viola arrangements
- Rafael Bittencourt - rhythm & lead guitars
- Kiko Loureiro (Pedro Henrique Loureiro) - lead & rhythm guitars
- Luís Mariutti - bass guitar
- Ricardo Confessori - drums
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- Leck Filho - keyboards
- Pixu Flores - berimbau
- The Farrambamba Vocal Group - choir
- Mônica Thiele - choir alto vocals
- Reginaldo Gomes - choir bass vocals
- Celeste Gattai - choir soprano vocals
- Naomi Munakata - choir conductor
- Tuto Ferraz - congas, djembe, timbales, brush snares, claves, triangle, repinique, tom tom
- Ben Bischoff - didgeridoo (special solo)
- Castora - effects (percussive), voice (FX), whistle, tamborim
- Paulo Bento - flute
- Ricardo Kubala - viola
- Angra - arrangers
- Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina - choirs writer
- Sascha Paeth - orchestral arrangements, computer & keyboards programming, engineer, producer
- Charlie Bauerfeind - engineer, producer

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2 comments:

  1. Can't believe I've missed out on these guys for over 20 years. Thanks so much.

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    1. We here at RNRA HQ also like Angra very much!

      And, as they say: "better late than never" :)

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