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The candlelight years

Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by {-sapob-}, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. {-sapob-}

    {-sapob-} Member

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    Hey all,

    I just got this and should i be worried that the "book" is in japanese?
     
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    you should be worried if you want to read it. Or maybe its another one of Mikael's codes...hmm
     
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    i was looking forward to little notes about the songs or something.
    Now it just looks like the matrix code.
     
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    Crazy Japanese always get cool shit cause their C.D prices are sky high compared to everywhere else.
     
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    I think there's nothing special information in the liner notes. It explains about Opeth history and was written by a editor of the Japanese metal magazine.

    And I must say that cd prices are not so high in Japan now.
    Japanese edition is still a bit expensive because it has Japanese translated lyrics, liner notes and sometimes bonus tracks or different album covers, but I buy the international edition mostly and its price isn't high.
     
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    actually the candlelight years is a very good compilation which we got at bloodstock and despite its a japanese import, it deters not from the quality of the early years of the mighty Opeth!
     
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    Regarding the booklet,
    if someone could translate and post thatd be awesome.
    It just feels like im missing out without it.
     
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    Metahead Ghost of things past

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    could i get pics? front, back, inside
     
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    I think I can translate it, but it takes looong time because of my poor English skills...:erk:

    Most of the booklet are Japanese translated lyrics, so you don't need them to be translated, right? :lol:
     
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    Cool as,
    Ill try to take some photos of it later on tonight.
    The lyrics dont need to be translated, but the other stuff........ yes please.
     

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