Tales of Mystery and Imagination: Edgar Allan Poe

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1 A Dream Within a Dream (Instrumental) 4:13 6,580
2 The Raven 7:44 33,755
3 The Tell-Tale Heart 4:38 21,146
4 The Cask Of Amontillado 4:29 22,950
5 (The System Of) Doctor Tarr And Professor Fether 4:16 23,317
6 The Fall of the House of Usher (Instrumental): I Prelude 7:02 1,064
7 The Fall of the House of Usher (Instrumental): II Arrival 2:39 981
8 The Fall of the House of Usher (Instrumental): III Intermezzo 1:00 1,203
9 The Fall of the House of Usher (Instrumental): IV Pavane 4:36 1,025
10 The Fall of the House of Usher (Instrumental): V Fall 0:51 1,083
11 To One in Paradise 4:40 20,050

About this album

The remastered 1987 CD release of this album differs from the original 1976 LP release. Among other differences the CD release contains a spoken word portion by Orson Welles.

In 1994 the Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab released a CD edition of the original 1976 LP recording (UDCD-606).

In 2007, a Deluxe Edition released by Universal Music included both the 1976 and the 1987 versions remastered by Alan Parsons during 2006 with eight additional bonus tracks.

Band founder Alan Parsons is a well respected studio engineer. He is known to have worked on Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side Of The Moon”.

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  • roldki

    Lol ... whoever wrote the description can't even spell Pink Floyd right

    28 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Showbiz_91

    Love it. <3

    12 Mar 2012 Reply
  • jecat

    This was very underrated when it came out ,but I recognised a masterpiece .One Of my treasured L.P.s and I still love it so ....

    11 Jul 2011 Reply


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  • pornosoldier

    This and some of Pink Floyd's works are some of the greatest concept albums ever.

    30 May 2010 Reply
  • KaltsuL

    this album has became one of the most important for me! each song is so incredible, and also arthur brown and orson welles on vocals, uaah!

    16 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Maaarrrk

    After 30+ years I still love this album. More than all the other Parsons albums. If you have never experienced this album, kick back and listen to the whole thing without interruption. It is meant to be heard that way.

    30 Dec 2007 Reply
  • brhm148

    and one of the greatest albums I've heard, by anyone. Incredible work.

    22 May 2007 Reply
  • squigbobble

    Their greatest album

    1 Feb 2007 Reply

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