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Blessing in Disguise album for sale by Green Carnation was released Jun 17, 2003 on the Season Of Mist label. Dialing back a bit from the conceptual reach of their second album, Light of Day, Day of Darkness (which consisted of one hourlong, multi-part song in the tradition of Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick), the Norwegian quartet the Green Carnation return to discrete songs of more reasonable lengths but continue the questing spirit that made this album's predecessor so interesting. ...See Full Description
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Green Carnation - Blessing in Disguise Album Track Listing
|1||Crushed to Dust See All 2 ||4:26|| $0.99|
|2||Lullaby in Winter||7:49|| $0.99|
|3||Writings on the Wall See All 2||5:26|| $0.99|
|4||Into Deep See All 2||6:09|| $0.99|
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|5||Boy In The Attic See All 3||7:13|| $0.99|
|6||Two Seconds in Life||6:28|| $0.99|
|7||Myron & Cole See All 2||5:53|| $0.99|
|8||As Life Flows By See All 2||4:45|| $0.99|
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|9||Rain See All 2 ||8:06|| $0.99|
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Blessing in Disguise CD music This album contains all the right things in just the right way. The perfect balance of heavy and soft... harmonies... an overall great album! You'd be smart to pick this one up. .
By Kris (Ontario, Canada)
Blessing in Disguise buy CD music I think this was the perfect follow-up to the awesome album; Light of Day, Day of Darkness. The band has taken their music one step further and mix brilliant melodies with the most powerful groove i have heard in years!
By a reviewer (Stavanger, Norway)
||3.5 - Into Altrock Territory, but Still Good|
Blessing in Disguise songs Most times when metal bands like Green Carnation start writing more compact songs and start using more familiar chords and focusing on choruses more, the results are lukewarm. Blessing in Disguise album for sale And on one or two songs of this album they are. By trying to bring an emotional edge, the singer Kjetil Nordhus occasionally falls into a sappy, forced delivery. But thankfully, his singing is generally an asset on this album, particularly on songs like "Into Deep" and "The Boy in the Attic." The former song is the highlight of "Blessing in Disguise" for me, with a fantastic organ riff following the chorus. The latter song is the most interesting lyrically on this disc, sounding like a 19th century gothic story by someone like Edgar Allen Poe. Other songs are pleasant, but lack the amazing hooks of these two songs, which means I can't say this album is a 4/5 kind of album. It is well above average though, and worth a few listens.
By michael-mcdonell (Canada)
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