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Release Date

Release Date
Studio album by Waltari
Released February 26th, 2007
Recorded

Seahorse Studios in Hästholmen, Vuosaari, Helsinki and Nosturi,

Helsinki, October 2006
Genre Progressive metal, avant-garde metal, alternative metal
Length 70:50
Label Dockyard 1
Producer Sami Koivisto, Kärtsy Hatakka
Waltari chronology
Blood Sample
(2005)
Release Date
(2007)
Below Zero
(2009)

Release Date is the 12th studio album by the Finnish avant-garde progressive metal band Waltari.

The track "Spokebone" is a collaboration between Waltari, Tomi Joutsen of Amorphis, and the Finnish folk group Värttinä.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Credits 2
    • Guests 2.1
  • External links 3

Track listing

  1. "Get Stamped" - 4:44
  2. "Big Sleep" - 3:55
  3. "Let's Puke Together" - 4:06
  4. "Cityshamaani - Night Flight" - 7:46
  5. "Cityshamaani - Good Morning" - 3:24
  6. "Cityshamaani - Colgate County Showdown" - 4:42
  7. "Cityshamaani - The Incarnation Party" - 7:17
  8. "Cityshamaani - Sympathy" - 13:00
  9. "Hype" - 3:29
  10. "THD" 1:52
  11. "Sex in the Biergarten" - 4:13
  12. "Wish I Could Heal" - 7:37
  13. "Spokebone" - 4:45

Credits

Guests

External links

  • Encyclopaedia Metallum page
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