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Rock - Publicado el 27 de marzo de 2015 | Nuclear Blast

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Rock - Publicado el 17 de septiembre de 2005 | Spin-Farm Oy

Released at a time when Nightwish's future appeared uncertain because of the shocking departure of charismatic frontwoman and de facto band calling card Tarja Turunen, Highest Hopes is a comprehensive greatest-hits collection spanning the chart-topping Finnish pop-metal act's entire first decade. Summarized in one convenient CD at last, the 16-song set proves that Nightwish were nothing if not consistent -- both in terms of quality and overall style -- throughout the five and a half studio albums recorded during that period. Yes, enduring early numbers like the Tolkien-esque "Elvenpath," the somewhat preposterous, narration-embellished "The Kinslayer," and the neoclassical metal-by-numbers of "Stargazers" eventually gave way to slightly more refined (and restrained) pop-metal singles like "Ever Dream," "Wish I Had an Angel," and "Nemo" (which, one presumes, was about the submarine captain, not the fish), but the relatively seamless transition between them all is made abundantly clear by the non-chronological order in which they are presented here. Likewise, with the exception of their still tentative (and therefore, on this collection, mostly ignored) first album, Nightwish showed equal mastery at composing potent power metal ("Sacrament of Wilderness," "Wishmaster," "Dead to the World") and tear-jerking ballads ("Walking in the Air," "Dead Boy's Poem," "Sleeping Sun") in all phases of their career. They even took Gary Moore's generally forgotten '80s nugget "Over the Hills and Far Away" for their own, recording a debatably definitive version that is wisely included in this disc, alongside a brand new recording of Pink Floyd's "High Hopes." Also keep in mind the band's immaculate instrumental execution through the years, and what this collection proves above all else is that, though they've inspired quite literally dozens of imitators, Nightwish's groundbreaking fusion of melodic power metal, symphonic orchestration, theatrical lyrics, and (of course) Turunen's classically trained, operatic soprano, has arguably yet to be equaled. Whatever becomes of the group's trajectory following its popular singer's exit, you can at least take this statement to the bank. © Eduardo Rivadavia /TiVo
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Rock - Publicado el 6 de diciembre de 2019 | Nuclear Blast

Decades: Live in Buenos Aires es el sexto álbum en vivo de Nightwish. Editado en 2019 en formato CD+DVD/Blu-Ray, el disco fue grabado en septiembre de 2018 durante un concierto en el Estadio Malvinas de Buenos Aires, perteneciente a la gira Decades: World Tour. Emprendida en ocasión del 20.° aniversario del grupo, la gira recorrió nada menos que 82 ciudades de Europa, América del Norte y del Sur, lo que da una idea del alcance de la popularidad de la banda finlandesa de metal sinfónico, sin duda uno de los grandes exponentes del género. El repertorio incluye material de todos los discos de Nightwish, incluyendo varios temas que el grupo no había tocado en vivo en años. © TiVo
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Rock - Publicado el 2 de diciembre de 2011 | Nuclear Blast

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Este muy anticipado séptimo álbum de los metalistas sinfónicos finlandeses es el seguimiento a Dark Passion Play de 2007 y una pieza que acompaña a una película del mismo nombre sobre un compositor ya mayor que en su lecho de muerte recuerda su infancia. Es el segundo álbum en incluir a la nueva vocalista de la banda, Anette Olzon (quien sustituyó de manera contenciosa a la apreciada Tarja Turunnen en 2007), y muestra como esta va desarrollando su rol, mientras que la música es más teatral, bombástica y melódica que nunca antes. Incluye el sencillo "Storytime". © TiVo
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Rock - Publicado el 29 de noviembre de 2013 | Nuclear Blast

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Metal - Publicado el 1 de enero de 2007 | Spin-Farm Oy

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Rock - Publicado el 28 de septiembre de 2007 | Nuclear Blast

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Rock - Publicado el 27 de marzo de 2015 | Nuclear Blast

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Rock - Publicado el 24 de mayo de 2002 | Spin-Farm Oy

Possibly the biggest success story in the history of Finnish heavy metal, Nightwish celebrated their second chart-topping album in their homeland with 2002's Century Child, which eventually collected numerous awards and went double platinum (60,000 units in Finland) within a year of release. The group's fourth LP overall, Century Child wisely repeated its predecessors' winning characteristics: symphony-enhanced power metal laced with accessible pop sensibilities (mostly straightforward song structures and romantic lyrics), distinguished by the operatic voice of classically trained singer Tarja Turunen. Undoubtedly the key to Nightwish's remarkable success (and since, hugely influential on countless followers like After Forever and Epica), Turunen is actually more restrained in her delivery than one might expect, rarely belting her way overboard in an effort to match the metallic aggression of opening shots "Bless the Child" and "End of All Hope." Never losing momentum, she duets with bassist Marco Hietala on "Dead to the World," returns to center stage on the platinum-selling single "Ever Dream" (which combines the group's commercial attributes to perfection), and leads the band towards commercial apotheosis on the gentle ballad "Forever Yours," which could fit perfectly well in any pop diva's catalog. "Slaying the Dreamer" and "Ocean Soul" resume the power metal with strings and choirs motif, and "Feel for You" curiously appears to draw its eerie riffs and strings from the theme of the Halloween movies! And before they embark on the album's final, ten-minute, three-part magnum opus, "Beauty of the Beast," Nightwish take a very competent stab at "The Phantom of the Opera" -- no, not the Iron Maiden classic, the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical's title track. Which makes for an interesting tidbit when considering this album's appeal: fans of more aggressive heavy metal might find it simply too saccharine for the palate, but those with an affinity for straightforward rock and pop will not only eat it up, but ask for seconds. © Eduardo Rivadavia /TiVo
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Rock - Publicado el 17 de octubre de 2008 | Nuclear Blast

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Rock - Publicado el 30 de diciembre de 2011 | Nuclear Blast

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