German metal queen Doro Pesch joined former NIGHTWISH singer Tarja Turunen on stage at the Metal Female Voices Fest on October 19, 2009 in Wieze, Belgium to perform the song "The Seer". Watch video footage of Doro's appearance below.Tarja's version of "The Seer", featuring a duet with Pesch, was included on the "extended special edition" double-CD re-release of Tarja's "My Winter Storm" album, which came out in January. This set was packed with 32 tracks, including the CD "My Winter Storm" with the addition of the song "The Seer" in its original version. The bonus disc presented several new tracks, remixes and live recordings, among them the brand new song "Enough" and "The Seer", featuring Pesch. Both tracks were mixed at Resonate Recording Studios by Toby Wright (SLAYER, KORN, KISS, ALICE IN CHAINS). Also included was the previously unreleased track "Wisdom Of Wind", composed by Jeff Rona and Lisa Gerrard and featuring the Beijing Philharmonic with Qingdao Symphony Orchestra recorded in China. The two-CD set was made available as a digipack deluxe edition including an exclusive poster, new album cover and enhanced booklet containing new photos.
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