Hunter 3. Hallowed 4. Burn Me Down 5. Last Shore 6. Kill It With Fire 7. Oblivion 8. Second Sight 9.
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I did for years. And that was wrong. When it comes to power metal I never really actively listened to Stratovarius, leaning more toward bands like Blind Guardian, Edguy, Galneryus, Rhapsody, and the occasional Helloween track here and there. However, I knew that the group is one of the respected old guard and as such when I spotted a new album I jumped at the chance to actually try them out with some fresh material. Enigma: Intermission II features a handful of new songs, some new orchestral arrangements of old material, and almost an hour of previously rare songs by the group. High quality, well-crafted cheese. Stratovarius have offered a catchy and energizing primer to everything they can do.
Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. Seventeen years ago, Stratovarius released Intermission, a compilation consisting of new and rare material, to celebrate its seventeen years of existence. Now the time has come to celebrate another seventeen years with Enigma: Intermission II. Just like the first release, this one features brand new songs, rare bonus tracks from the previous four regular studio albums and an experimental section with orchestral versions of four songs. Opener and new track ''Enigma'' is a potent and powerful song that would have been a highlight on the average previous studio album Eternal. There are also a few pearls among the rare tracks. The atmospheric ''Second Sight'' would have been a highlight on the disappointing Polaris record.