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Natural Disaster album for sale by Anathema was released Feb 24, 2004 on the Koch label. Three years ago, Liverpool's former power metal act Anathema issued A Fine Day To Exit, a wildly experimental change in direction from their gloriously punishing doom excesses. Natural Disaster CD music The set was a lushly produced nod to bands who explored the melodic fringes of dark, futuristic rock & roll -- Radiohead, Coldplay. While it took off from the tempered strategies of Judgement and proved an interesting ride, it ultimately failed to captivate not only the band's faithful, but also to win any new fans; it was lost in its excesses and unclear in its direction. Natural Disaster CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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||it's a miracle...|
...how these guys have been progressing their music. From the very beginning there were no musical boundaries for them, and there are none still. Which is fine, because an emotion needs an oceanic place to be expressed. And about the EMOTIONS this band is, about a pure refreshing colourful congenialy infectious catching and who knows what else sadness which urges on! I love them and always will. ...As steady as no one from the doom metal generation.
By Mimozemstan ("xxx")
I absolutely loved this album, but there are definitely two different phases of Anathema. The first cd I picked up by this band was Judgement, and I adore it. Some fans of their heavier music may be disappointed, because this is definitely part of their ethereal/alternative music. I think this album has fantastic lyrics and has a very surreal feel to it. Harmonium, Are you there?, and Flying are must haves.
By Emily (Ohio, USA)
A Natural disaster is just another beautiful step in Anathema's evolution i think...The new soft songs are as good as the old heavy ones and Anathema can perform them anytime just as they should be;)
By maharet8805 (Cluj-Napoca,Romania)
very very good album!!!!!!!!!
By pkos76 (greece)
Having own all their previous albums for a long time I just recently picked up this album and after listening to it the first time I was a little dissapointed I really liked their last album A Fine Day To Exit which growned on me after a couple of listenings I don`t think this will though. The majority of the song`s just don`t go anywhere, it feels empty. It`s not a bad album not all but it sometimes feels like Danny just had some left overs that didn`t make it on the previous album and decided to put it on this. There are some really strong songs here like: Closer, Are You There?, A Natural Disaster and Flying. All great classic Anathema songs that will stick with you for a long time. The other songs are mostly lacking and they sorta feel rushed through. But for those 4 mentioned songs it`s worth the price. 3 stars.
By Solitude (Norway)
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Natural Disaster songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6654240|
|Release Date||Feb 24, 2004|
|Producer||Dan Turner; Anathema; Travis Smith|
|Engineer||Les Smith; Dan Turner|
|Recording Time||55 minutes||