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DarkNoctus
October 13th 2011


9259 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

nope [:

foreverjohndeered
October 13th 2011


897 Comments


hell yeah

Poet
October 14th 2011


5946 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Poet and the Pendulum all day.


the user or the song


Both.




:D

BallsToTheWall
October 14th 2011


45453 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

giggity giggity

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EsotericForest
October 16th 2011


16 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I know I'll probably get slaughtered for saying so, but I actually prefer the sound of Annette's voice, compared to Tarja in the band Nightwish. There's no denying that Tarja is an amazing singer, but I think Annette has more of a rock singer voice, which fits the band better.

DarkNoctus
October 16th 2011


9259 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

SHUNNNNN :]

FatChickIrl
October 16th 2011


4095 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

esotericforest............gtfo

OllieS
October 30th 2011


2044 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

The problem with this is you get your hopes up after the excellence of 'The Poet...', then they play all these mediocre, sometimes poppy songs until 'The Islander' and the tracks after, which pick up on the quality where the opener left off.

Manon
November 1st 2011


21 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Nightwish will never be the same without Tarja. Annete's voice doesn't really have a very wide range and her voice sounds awfully nasal at the high parts. This album was a real disappointment for me. I absolutely adore Nightwish, it was one of the first metal bands I listened to, but now that Tarja is gone, the band has lost its charm for me. I'll only be listening to this because of Marco and because of Tuomas's compositions. Tarja doesn't seem to be doing very well without Nightwish either.

tylerdurdenpt
March 14th 2012


96 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Grandiose, but mediocre in the song-writing department. The few good parts are way too similar to previous recordings, too.

RapeTrain
December 13th 2012


1 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Combining Celtic folk music with heavy guitars and rock drums just DOES NOT WORK


So the whole genre of folk metal is doing it wrong? Tunnel vision

Necrotica
January 10th 2014


10584 Comments


Amaranth is so awful

ChoccyPhilly
August 31st 2014


10232 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Ugh Poet and the Pendulum is so good

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siIverspawn
September 15th 2014


31 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

this album is stupid. Master Passion Greed has to be the worst Nightwish song of all time. the first song is kinda good but the lyrics are also stupid.



her voice sounds awfully nasal at the high parts.




how true. though it's at least better in the next album.

Froot
February 5th 2015


1776 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Amaranth is a proper tune like

AngryChristian
March 15th 2015


26 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

The Poet and The Pendulum should bring it up to a 3.5 alone. Also, what do you have against I Wish I Had an Angel?

ChoccyPhilly
March 15th 2015


10232 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Whoa lyrics on poet and the pendulum are only "kinda" good? Mate...

CalculatingInfinity
March 15th 2015


3192 Comments


Poet and the Pendulum is by a large margin the best thing this band ever did.

LepreCon
March 15th 2015


4823 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Awesome album, Tarja fanbois really need to get over her not being in the band anymore. Not even her replacement is in the band anymore.

CalculatingInfinity
March 15th 2015


3192 Comments


Nightwish fanboys in general do my head in, the general bickering over singer replacements (especally Tarja defenders ugh) and the shit people where saying when they announsed Richard Dawkins lended his voice on the new album is pretty pathetic.



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