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Soulspell - We Got The Right cover (Matt mixed/sings)

Discussion in 'Theocracy' started by SeaStorm, Mar 31, 2015.

  1. SeaStorm

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    You've heard me rave about Soulspell - Heleno Vale's Metal Opera over the years. Recently they put out an exceptional cover of Helloween's 'We Got The Right'.

    Matt Smith mixed this track and provided some vocals.

    Vocalists include Ripper Owens, Blaze Bayley, Arjen Lucassen, and two of my favorite "lesser-known" Soulspell vocalists: Jefferson Albert and Manuela Saggioro.

     
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  2. Parched Earth

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    Awesome job by Matt (as always). What an impressive array of singers for that song! Is that going to appear on any album available in the US?
     
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    Okay, so that was very cool.
     
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    Here's what I found:

    http://helloweenbrazil.blogspot.com.br/2014/12/helloween-brazilian-tribute-30-years-of.html

    This seems to be the initiator of the tribute compilation. They've got download links at the end of the article. The files are hosted on download/sharing sites, which makes it look a litlle bit "unofficial" to me. Still I think this is the "official" download site for this compilation...
    I think "Download Gratuito" means "Free Download". Maybe someone can translate the article?

    Edit: SeaStorm, now I see that the link you referred to leads to the same page (other article though)
     

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