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Rhapsody: Power Of The Dragonflamecompact discs
Rhapsody: Power Of The Dragonflame

Release Date: Apr 23, 2002. Label: Lmp. Genres: Progressive Metal, Neo-Classical Metal. Number Of Tracks: 10. This album would certainly bear out that theory, as it truly represents some of the finest the genre has to offer.

POSTED: 12/08/2006 - 05:15 am

8.7
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Rhapsody: Legendary Talescompact discs
Rhapsody: Legendary Tales

Release Date: 1997. Label: SPV. Genres: Progressive Metal, Neo-Prog. Number Of Tracks: 10. This album is unlike anything you can find out there commercially, an exceptional combination of metal and symphonic sounds.

POSTED: 08/24/2006 - 03:46 am

9.5
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Rhapsody: Tales From The Emerald Sword Saga: Best Ofcompact discs
Rhapsody: Tales From The Emerald Sword Saga: Best Of

Release Date: Feb 1, 2005. Label: JVC Victor. Genres: Progressive Metal, Neo-Classical Metal. Number Of Tracks: 16. Great. You can pick out the different instruments and easily hear them all. At the same time they dont over power the lyrics.

POSTED: 02/06/2006 - 05:48 am

9.2
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Rhapsody: Symphony Of Enchanted Landscompact discs
Rhapsody: Symphony Of Enchanted Lands

Released: Feb 2, 1999. Label: SPV. Genre: Rock. Styles: Progressive Metal, Neo-Classical Metal, Power Metal, Symphonic Black Metal. Number Of Tracks: 10. They take a different approach with this album, they not only use the choirs, keyboards and speed metal sounds of their other albums but experimented very successfully with classical renaissance music.

POSTED: 09/03/2005 - 02:54 am

9.5
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