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Moonspell - The Butterfly Effect Album




The Butterfly Effect



MP3 album size:

2076 mb


Century Media





Date of release:

Sep 1999

Moonspell - The Butterfly Effect Album


1Butterfly FX03:51
3I Am the Eternal Spectator03:31
5Can't Bee05:11
9Self Abuse04:16
10Soulitary Vice03:27
12Disappear Here03:33


Fernando Ribeiro - Vocals
Mike Gaspar - Drums
Ricardo Amorim - Guitars
Sérgio Crestana - Bass
Pedro Paixão - Synths and samplers

Recorded at Trident II Studios, London, June '99
Produced and engineered by Andy Reilly
Assistant engineer: Richard Hinton
Mastered at Sounddiscs by Patrick Bird and Andy Reilly
All photos by Paulo Moreira
Layout by Carsten Drescher (Media Logistics) and Paulo Moreira


The Butterfly Effect is the fourth studio album by Portuguese gothic metal band Moonspell, released in 1999, inspired by chaos theory. The album is characterised by a more experimental approach than their previous material, incorporating many elements of electronic music and industrial metal. The music is composed primarily by the bands keyboardist, Pedro Paixão. Tired samples Mozart's Requiem. All lyrics are written by Fernando Ribeiro. Fernando Ribeiro vocals. Ricardo Amorim guitars. Copyright: Moonspell, Century Media Records 1999 Track-list: 1. Soulsick 2. Butterfly FX 3. Can't Bee 4. Lustmord 5. SelfAbuse 6. I Am The Eternal. Album 1999 12 Songs. More By Moonspell. Extinct Deluxe Version. The Antidote. The Butterfly Effect is a logical consequence of Moonspell's previous records that went from a black metal infused style with folk and gothic elements on Wolfheart towards a mellower and more accessible gothic metal sound on Irreligious and Sin, Pecado. This release can be categorized as a gothic album. Listen free to Moonspell The Butterfly Effect Soulsick, Butterfly Fx and more. 12 tracks . Portugal's Moonspell has quickly evolved into one of the major players in the European goth-metal scene, and their fourth album, The Butterfly Effect, finds them pushing the boundaries of metal into strange and exciting new directions. Led by vocalist Fernando Ribeiro's breathy baritone, the group could be likened to a European Type O Negative but with a greater talent for genre-bending experimentation. The beginning of Tired samples Mozart's Requiem. The length for K is actually 3:40. The Butterfly Effect. Released September 13, 1999. The Butterfly Effect Tracklist. Soulsick Lyrics. Butterfly Fx Lyrics. Cant Bee Lyrics. Gothic Dark. Butterfly FX. Can't Bee. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Gothic Metal. Group Compilation. Tracks 1 - 12: The Butterfly Effect 1999. Tracks 13 - 18: Live In Moscow: Vol. Songs in album Moonspell - The Butterfly Effect, Live In Moscow: Vol. Moonspell - Soulsick. Moonspell - Butterfly FX. Moonspell - Can't Bee. Moonspell - Lustmord. Moonspell - Than The Serpents In My Arms Live. Moonspell - Devil Red Live

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