SKYLARK Compilation Due In February

Italian symphonic power metallers SKYLARK will issue a compilation, entitled "In the Heart of the Princess", through Scarlet Records in February. Conceived to celebrate the band's 10-year anniversary, this double "best of" includes all the major SKYLARK hits chosen by Japanese fans after a web poll. There also will be two brand new songs, "Mt. Fuji" (edit version) and "Last Battle", plus three remakes, "Little Girl", "The Princess' Day" 2004 (this one fully revisited) and "Dream". At the present time the band is working on the new full-length CD planned for the second part of 2005.

"In the Heart of the Princess" track listing:

CD 1:

01. Fear Of The Moon
02. Twilight
03. Why Did You Kill The Princess?
04. A Star in the Universe
05. Creature of the Devil
06. Little Girl (2003 version)
07. Symbol of Freedom
08. Lady of the Sky
09. Belzebu
10. Dream (2003 version)
11. The Triumph
12. Escape from the Dark
13. Last Battle

CD 2:

01. The Princess' Day (2004 version)
02. Mt. Fuji
03. Rufus
04. Light - Part 1
05. Light - Part 2 intro
06. Light - Part 2
07. Light - Part 3
08. Journey through the Fire
09. When Love and Hate Collide
10. Skylark
11. The Heaven Church
12. When Water Became Ice
13. Welcome


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