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Opus Eponymous album for sale by Ghost Sweden was released Jan 18, 2011 on the Metal Blade label. By all rights, one would expect a band that hails from a heavy metal hotbed like Sweden, signs with a British heavy metal label, and pens songs steeped in Satanic liturgy, then performs them in frightful disguises while maintaining secret identities, to be a heavy metal band. But Ghost's 2010 debut album, Opus Eponymous, confounds such expectations by rating no higher than a three or four out of ten on a third millennium scale of metallic heaviosity, if you catch the meaning. Opus Eponymous CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
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Excellent cd. While there is some satanic overtone to it I have listened to it many time and have not become possessed.
By Lowell (Kansas)
To get to the point.....You must buy this album!!!!!!!!!!!! \m/
By zombie138 (Gadsden, AL, USA)
Merciful fate, Voi Vod and Blue Oyster Cult all rolled in to one! This has renewed my alliance with what TRUE METAL is all about.
By erik (St. Louis Missouri USA)
It's musically smart in the way that metal should be spooky, evil, with just a dash of 'do you think these guys are serious?' Even if Ghost weren't espousing the glories of a certain dark lord, the songs would still hold up beautifully, which should be an indication of how strong OPUS EPONYMOUS is.
By JWB (South, US)
||Musically great but lyrically inept|
Ghost's debut is musically great (BOC, Mercyful Fate, Voivod influences abound to varying degrees) but the lyrics are largely dedicated to not just singing about satan, but worshipping him.
By I hate satan's ember ridden guts (Heavenville, WA)
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Opus Eponymous songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8406552|
|Release Date||Jan 18, 2011|
|Engineer||Joakim Karling; Simon Soderberg|
|Recording Time||34 minutes|