Opeth   Deliverance & Damnation Remixed
Release Date: 10/2015

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5.0 classicJames Grant | November 9th 15

The remix is delightful. Mendez's bass is warmer, Mike's vocals are more rounded, the guitars have a shit ton of
punch and you can hear every single little intricacy in Lopez's drums! A welcome addition to any Opeth fans
collection for two albums which were always meant to be together.

2 Bumps | Bump

4.5 superbBrian Gibson | November 9th 15

This set is a testament to how essential a mix can be in the opinion of an album;
Deliverance has been given new life in my eyes. The original mix always felt a bit weak,
considering how the album was supposed to be their heaviest. With this new mix, it shot
up on my list of favorite Opeth albums. Amazing. And Damnation, one of their best, is
made even better. A set definitely worthwhile for Opeth fans, though I'd go for the
2CD/2DVD set. The vinyl packaging is extremely bare-bones. Not worth the price at all,
even if the sound quality is absolutely impeccable.


4.5 superbUglow | October 30th 15

A different take on a couple of classic albums. Not sure the remix works in all places but the drums certainly sound more distinguished.


3.0 goodmontekristoo99 | November 20th 15
5.0 classicdariusseizer96 | October 20th 15

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