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The Seer (EP)

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The Seer (EP)

The Seer EP
Released 1 December 2008 (United Kingdom)
Recorded 2007–2008
Genre Symphonic rock, symphonic metal
Length 49:13
Label Spinefarm UK

The Seer is an EP by Finnish rock/classical soprano Tarja. It was limited to 1000 copies and is available only in the UK.[1] It contains a brand new duet with Doro Pesch, remixes of tracks from My Winter Storm and live recordings. The EP was released by Spinefarm on December 1, 2008.

Track listing

  1. The Seer (feat. Doro Pesch) - 4:22
  2. Lost Northern Star (Tägtgren Remix) - 4:35
  3. The Reign (Score Mix) - 4:47
  4. Die Alive (Alternative Version) - 4:08
  5. Boy and the Ghost (Izumix) - 4:14
  6. Calling Grace (Full Version) - 3:18
  7. Lost Northern Star (Ambience Sublow Mix) - 4:56
  8. Damned and Divine (live in Kuusankoski) - 5:44
  9. You Would Have Loved This (live in Kuusankoski) - 4:04
  10. Our Great Divide (live in Kuusankoski) - 5:16
  11. Ciarán's Well (live in Kuusankoski) - 3:48


External links

  • Tarja Official Website
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