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    Eppur Si Muove

    Eppur Si Muove is the third full-length album by the German symphonic metal band Haggard. It was released on April 26, 2004 by Drakkar Entertainment. The album is based on the life of the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei (1564 –1642), who, according to legend, muttered the phrase eppur si muove, meaning "And yet it does move", after being forced to recant, in front of the Inquisition, his belief that the earth moved around the sun. Tracklist The limited edition includes two bonus tracks. It also includes a DVD, containing five Wacken Open Air 1998 videos and a bonus video clip.
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    Awaking the Centuries

    Awaking the Centuries is the second full-length album by the German symphonic metal band Haggard. It was released on February 7, 2000 by Drakkar Entertainment. The album is based on Michel De Nostredame (Nostradamus) and his experience during The Black Plague in Medieval Europe. The album features several compositions based on Sergei Rachmaninoff's music. Awakening the Centuries peaked at position 64 in the German album charts. The choir tracks at the beginning and at the end of the record are an abridged and a complete version of "Rejoice, o virgin" from Sergei Rachmaninoff's choral work All-Night Vigil .
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    Awaking the Gods: Live in Mexico

    Awaking the Gods: Live in Mexico is the first live album by the German symphonic metal band Haggard. It was released on September 24, 2001 by Drakkar Entertainment. It was filmed at Teatro Ferrocarrilero, Mexico City during the tour for the Awaking the Centuries album. The DVD contains footage from Teotihuacan between the songs. Due to technical issues the DVD audio is from the studio albums Awaking the Centuries and And Thou Shalt Trust... the Seer. The album received a very positive review by the German Sonic Seducer magazine, calling it a unique fusion of Medieval, Baroque and Classical music with traditional metal. The musical skills of the band members were also stressed out in this review. The DVD Plus version contains 3 DVD tracks: .. Haggard
    8.00
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    Tales of Ithiria

    Tales of Ithiria is the fourth studio album by the German symphonic metal band Haggard. Previously known under its work title A Dark Winter's Tale, this album breaks the band's habit of writing about historical characters and events. Instead, it tells a fictional, medieval-themed story written by Haggard's songwriter Asis Nasseri. The album includes a cover version of the song "Hijo de la Luna" (Son of the Moon), originally written by José María Cano and performed by his own band, Spanish Pop group Mecano. However, his authorship of the song is not acknowledged in the CD's booklet, instead being referred to as "Traditional" music and lyrics. The album was released on August 29, 2008. It peaked at positions 37 in the German Media Control Charts and 89 in the Swiss Music Charts. All songs written and composed by Asis Nasseri except "Hijo de la Luna" by José María Cano.  Tales of Ithiria received favourable reviews from the critics. The German issue of Metal Hammer noted a perfect arrangement of instruments and vocalists but criticised the short net playtime of music on the album, which consists of frequent narrations between the tracks. The Dutch Lords of Metal webzine lauded the
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    And Thou Shalt Trust... The Seer

    And Thou Shalt Trust... the Seer is the first full-length album by the German symphonic metal band Haggard. It was released on October 15, 1997 by Last Episode. The painting of the cover is Melencolia I by Albrecht Dürer. The album was re-released as a vinyl record in 2008 by Nattvind Records.
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