Eternity

Label
Peaceville
Release date
21 Jan 1997
Running length
15 tracks
Running time
75:05

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Sentient 3:00 49,408
2 Angelica 5:49 91,121
3 The Beloved 4:43 44,881
4 Eternity part I 5:33 17,182
5 Eternity Part 2 3:11 2,769
6 Hope 5:53 47,696
7 Suicide Veil 5:09 42,030
8 Radiance 5:50 39,781
9 Far Away 5:28 43,083
10 Eternity Part III 4:42 15,162
11 Cries on the Wind 5:00 38,438
12 Ascension 3:22 38,272
13 Far Away (acoustic) 5:21 29,309
14 Eternity Part 3 (acoustic) 5:07 1,124
15 Angelica - live Budapest 1997 6:57 609

About this album

Eternity is an album by the British band Anathema. It was released on 11 November 1996 through Peaceville Records. Eternity marked the first shift in Anathema’s style and sound from their roots to alternative rock. It features a version of Roy Harper’s track “Hope”. The album also shows a influence.

Vincent Cavanagh — vocals, guitar
Daniel Cavanagh — Guitar, piano, keyboards
Duncan Patterson — Bass guitar, piano
Roy Harper — Narration on “Hope”
Les Smith — Keyboards, arrangement of “Sentient”

John Douglas — drums
Michelle Richfield — Female vocals

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