Haken - The Mountain mp3 album
The Mountain is the third studio album by British progressive metal band Haken. It was released on 2 September 2013 through Inside Out Music. The first single from the album, "Atlas Stone", was released on 17 July. It is the last album to feature bassist Thomas MacLean. Band members Richard Henshall and Charlie Griffiths said of the album: Unlike Aquarius and Visions, for which vocalist Ross Jennings wrote all the lyrics, The Mountain features contributions by every band member.
Album Name The Mountain. Released date 02 September 2013. Labels InsideOut Music.
Falling Back to Earth. SomebodyBonus tracks: The Path Unbeaten. MusicBrainz: The Mountain. this site: The Mountain. ProgArchives: The Mountain. MetalArchives: The Mountain.
Last two songs are described as bonus tracks. Added the entire album on CD in plastic sleeve. Guest musicians: Joey 'Dah Lipz' Ryan - french horn Matthew Lewis (4) - trombone Barry Clements - bass trombone. Haken (2). The Mountain (11xFile, AAC, Album). The Mountain (CD, Album, Unofficial). Inside Out Music (2). 0659-2.
Haken are relative newcomers to the progressive genre, having only released their first album in 2010. The Mountain is the follow-up to their previous album Visions, which was released in 2011. The Mountain may seem self-explanatory, about a man climbing an indestructible edifice of ancient, twisted rock, but the truth is far different. This album is about life; how everyone has to try to climb their own mountain. This journey, much like trying to climb K2, doesn’t come without cost. It is a long and hard process, but Haken pull it off without a single fault
Visions is the second studio album of progressive metal band Haken. The album was released mostly for the attention of people at ProgPower USA on 17 September 2011, with an official release date set for 24 October 2011. Unlike Aquarius, which was written mainly on the piano by Richard Henshall, Visions was mostly written on the guitar.
Haken The Mountain (Inside Out). It’s difficult to know what exactly to expect from an album titled The Mountain, but some might even go out on a limb to say that it has a certain level of pretension applied to it that hasn’t been seen on previous Haken releases. Immediately, the release beings with the piano-laden The Path which serves as an introduction to a much different style of sound than we witnessed on Aquarius or Visions. Rather, on this new outing the band sounds like they’re grasping for a greater sense of maturity and hence the Dream Theater comparisons are going to continue
|B2||Because It's There||4:24|
|Falling Back To Earth||(11:51)|
|B3a||Part 1: Rise|
|B3b||Part 2: Fall|
|C1||As Death Embraces||3:13|
|D2||The Path Unbeaten||2:12|
|5||Because It's There||4:23|
|Falling Back To Earth||(11:50)|
|6.1||Part 1: Rise|
|6.2||Part 2: Fall|
|7||As Death Embraces||3:13|
|10||The Path Unbeaten||2:12|
- Designed At – Blacklake
NotesTracks D2, D3, 10 and 11 are bonus tracks.
Packaged in a gatefold jacket with color inner sleeves and white & hype stickers affixed to the front of the shrink wrap. CD is packaged inside in a clear vinyl sleeve.
Limited edition of 100 copies.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 85417 07341 6
- Barcode (Scanned): 885417073416
- Label Code: LC 01414
|none||Haken||The Mountain (11xFile, AAC, Album)||Inside Out Music||none||2013|
|0659-2||Haken||The Mountain (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Inside Out Music||0659-2||Russia||2013|
|MAR 132161||Haken||The Mountain (CD, Album, Ltd, Dig)||Marquee Inc.||MAR 132161||Japan||2013|
|MZR CD 643||Haken||The Mountain (CD, Album)||Mazzar Records||MZR CD 643||Russia||2013|
|none||Haken||The Mountain (Cass, Album, Ltd)||Inside Out Music||none||UK||2014|