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Pandor

by Koos J. Thönissen's Cryptic Nature

An impressive fantasy rock opera with an international cast
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. A Dragon's Tale
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2. Regnum Draconis
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3. Aenoor
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4. Glynyd
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5. Gol Matoo: Meteorite Impact
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6. Ael Hathor
7:58 $0.99
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7. Ieeryah
7:29 $0.99
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8. Pandor's Adoption
6:20 $0.99
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9. The Meeting
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10. Tayla's Teachings
2:56 $0.99
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11. The Prophecy: Tayla's Mission
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12. Consulting Serna
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13. Certamen Ultimus
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14. Salus Orbis
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Pandor is a fantasy – telling the story of a Dragon being orphaned at birth,
getting rescued from certain death by Unicorns who raise him and who
eventually saves the World battling an underground species
of Humanoids who have made it their priority to destroy all life on the surface.

Pandor is an adventure - containing fourteen tracks with a total playing time of eighty-plus minutes and it takes one back to a time before modern man walked the Earth.
Although this is a one man project it wouldn’t have seen the light of day without the help and cooperation of old and new friends – the vocals are such an important part as they portray the characters who lead us through the story, having a flute played on one track really enhanced the mood of that song, as did a shredding guitar solo in another (since I can’t play a fast solo even if my life depended on it!) the story teller who explains what the upcoming song is all about and last but not least the editor who created a video for “Glynyd” and “The Meeting” so I had something to cut loose on youtube.
A big thanks to all of them!!

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