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Ghost Opera is the eighth studio album from metal band Kamelot. It was released in 2007 by SPV GmbH/Steamhammer Records, on June 1 in Germany and followed by releases on June 4 in Europe and June 5 in the United States. It is the first studio album by Kamelot to feature keyboardist Oliver Palotai and the last with former bassist Glenn Barry. The album spawned four music videos for the songs "Ghost Opera", "The Human Stain… read more



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  • Avatar for Karaouq16
  • Avatar for CosmicPi
    This is a great album, no doubt.
  • Avatar for SilverBarron
    Their best IMO!
  • Avatar for angelripper19
    One of my favorite albums of all time
  • Avatar for VioletCarrot
    Great album, but I don't like cover
  • Avatar for SpyKiisMaGiC
    I'd say it's their most inconsistent. Some amazing, some shit.
  • Avatar for silversadheart
    It's a solid and innovative album, they maybe wanted a new approach and expand their musical limits, that means originality and freshness that it's good and welcome in my opinion, specially if the result is that good... but I guess not all the people can understand it.
  • Avatar for silversadheart
    It's not their best, but is premier quality music as well the rest of Kamelot discography. The point of this album in my opinion is to be experimental and variative respect of the previous sound, but specially remaining with the dark atmosphere explored on The Black Halo and exploring more and more the posibilities of working with orchestra and choirs, being more symphonic oriented and less power metal.
  • Avatar for ZadionApocalaya
    I don't even know what's wrong with you weirdos.... to say that this album is better than The Black Halo would be a joke, but TBH is like the epitome of symphonic power metal for me (along with Century's Child). Ghost Opera is still a very solid album with some super awesome moments.
  • Avatar for Bazilisck311
    I liked this album - I thought each musical composition fit well with the atmosphere and theme of the lyrics. The concept albums tended to be straight up power metal.

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