Some songs are flawlessly sung in English, while others in their native German. About the Album: Originally released inDann habe ich umsonst gelebt is stylistically similar to l'Ame Immortelle's previous album, Wenn der Letzte Schatten Fallt, which I highly recommend getting before this album, Voiceless - LÂme Immortelle - Zwielicht (CD).
In fact, the band's highly popular song "Changes" found on Wenn der Letzte The main difference with this new arrangement of "Changes" is that instead of focusing on Thomas's vocals, the song is now grounded with Sonja's voice something which will likely please many people whom prefer her softer voice.
A large number of guest musicians joined Rainer, Kraushofer, and Medwenitsch to add guitars, drums, a violin, viola, and cello to the mix.
Of the tracks that featured traditional stringed instruments, I really enjoyed the depth that the violin added to the instrumental track "Erinnerung" and other tracks such as "Life Will Never Be the Same Again", "Was Halt Mich Noch Hier", and "Rearranging".
The closing track featured guest vocals from Sean Brennan, whom is a member the well known darkwave band London After Midnight. The instrumental track "Umsonst Gelebt? This track features a cello. The track "Slut" was billed as one of Voiceless - LÂme Immortelle - Zwielicht (CD) hits from this album, but frankly I really don't care for the track. I don't mind distorted or harsh vocals, in fact, generally I'm a big fan of that style of vox.
And Sonja actually shows her range as a vocalist, by also offering up some harsh vocals on her part in fact she reminds me more of Birgitta Behr from Dust of Basementwhich is a point in favor of the track. However, in this case, I think aside from both artists' vocal contributions that the rest of the song just isn't nearly as layered as I tend to expect from l'Ame Immortelle.
The track "Voiceless" features both harder edged vox from Sonja and deep and emotional vox from Thomas, but there is just enough more going on in that track that I like it. There also was a single, Judgement, that included remixes of "Judgement" and "Rearranging". And yes, they consistently misspelled judgment, but who cares. Personally I would recommend getting the full album over the single. Even though I've listed those two tracks as some of my favorites from the album, the other tracks featured on this album make it well worth the price of the full album.
Not only does the arrangement feature a mix of violins and guitars, but both Sonja and Voiceless - LÂme Immortelle - Zwielicht (CD) sing the same lyrics at the same time, but in two totally different styles: soft and hard. One person found this helpful. I thought that the titles sounded pretty good so I gave it a try. I was hoping for at least a decent CD but this band gave much more than I had expected. Erinnerung- Voiceless - LÂme Immortelle - Zwielicht (CD) song is a great intro even though it is instrumental but its still beautiful.
Judgement- She has such a gorgeous voice, the lyrics are perfect. Epitaph- I don't like this song very much, but then again I don't really like how he sings so it's understandable.
Rearranging- Another great song, but I would of liked it if she were to sing by herself. Slut- to me I find this song funny even though many will raise an eyebrow or two 6. Umsonst Gelebt? Licht und Schatten- Best song on album. I actually like how the guy sings in this song, he sounds much better in German. I'm impressed with the lyrics, the words go along with the sounds they choose for this song. Simply a masterpiece 8.
Voiceless- another good song 9. Was Halt mich noch Hier- this song is also in German, extremely good. Forgive me- no words found I don't need to go into description about how much I love "The Truth Behind".
I already said my peace about the song. Despite that "Zwielicht" is a remix album, I loved what I heard. I am definitely a fan of L'Ame Immortelle. There was a problem loading comments right now.
Showing 0 comments. Sort by: Newest Oldest. I was sorely disappointed, since I love the original songs. Thomas' voice on "Epitaph" is put through some distortion that makes him sound like an evil tranny. I have nothing good to say about the remixes. I gave this three stars, because I love the original songs, and at least there is a second disc with live videos. Need customer service? Click here. There's a problem loading this Voiceless - LÂme Immortelle - Zwielicht (CD) right now.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Slut Light and Shadow. Licht und Schatten Spacediva. Voiceless Noiseless!? Forgive Me In Strict Confidence. Leaving Beat. Dead Actor's Requiem. The Truth Behind Dumped. Tiefster Winter. Track Listing - Disc 2. Letting Go. Hannes Medwenitsch. Licht und Schatten.
Das Menuett - Trio Fürchtet Euch Nicht - Tanzmusik Ohne Bestellung (CD), Borja Garcia - No Time To Lose (Vinyl), Carmina Blues - Various - Indétendances Jazz (CD), Dark Are The Veils - Candlemass - Live (Cassette, Album), Hand Of Doom, Loneliness - Annie Lennox - Bare (Cassette, Album), Si Tu Partais - Edith Piaf - Piaf En Sus Mejores Anos (Vinyl, LP), The Big Ohh - O.G.C. - The M-Pire Shrikez Back (CD, Album), Annex - Arial (2) - Petals (CD, Album)