RHAPSODY: 'Best Of' Collection On The Way
Italian symphonic metal band RHAPSODY will have a "best of" CD released via their former label, Limb Music. Titled "Tales From The Emerald Sword Saga", the compilation comprises selected songs from all of their releases beginning with 1997's "Legendary Tales" and ending with 2002's "Power Of The Dragonflame".
"Tales From The Emerald Sword Saga" (view cover here) track listing:
01. Warrior of Ice
02. Rage of the Winter
03. Forest of Unicorns
04. Land of Immortals
05. Emerald Sword
06. Wisdom of the Kings
07. Wings of Destiny
08. Riding the Winds Of Eternity (edit)
09. Dawn of Victory
10. Holy Thunderforce
11. The Village of Dwarves
12. Rain of a Thousand Flames
13. Knightrider of Doom
14. March of the Swordmaster
15. Power of the Dragonflame
16. Lamento Eroico
A special-edition box, featuring a different cover, photo cards, video, poster and a sticker will also be available. This version comes with the "Holy Thunderforce" video clip as a bonus track.
RHAPSODY are currently in the studio recording their new album for a May release through Magic Circle Music/SPV Records.
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