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The Opheliac Companion

by Emilie Autumn

For the very first time, EA shares the secrets behind the songs and takes the listener deep inside the making of her seminal album, "Opheliac."
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Intro
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2. Opheliac
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3. Swallow
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4. Liar
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5. The Art of Suicide
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6. I Want My Innocence Back
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7. Interlude
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8. Misery Loves Company
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9. God Help Me
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10. Shalott
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11. Gothic Lolita
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12. Dead Is The New Alive
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13. I Know Where You Sleep
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14. Let The Record Show
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15. Ending
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Album Notes
Fans of EA's 2006 Victoriandustrial masterpiece, "Opheliac," may think they know what this ground-beaking album is all about, but they've got no idea.

This is about to change.

For the very first time, EA shares the secrets behind the songs and takes the listener deep inside the making of "Opheliac," alongside the album's recording engineer as well as EA's touring sound man, Inkydust, who also happens to be one of the few men to ever exit the Asylum alive.

As hilarious as it is painfully revealing, "The Opheliac Companion" offers EA fans unprecedented access to the inner workings of EA's mind and creative process, as well as the technical details involved in bringing her vision into reality.

Recorded live in the style of the "director's commentary" you might find in the special features of your favorite DVD, fans can listen to the entire "Opheliac" album right along with EA and Inky as artist and the friend who recorded her share the dark tales behind the lyrics, song inspiration, recording tips and tricks for the tech-geek, and how the album saved her life.

Oh! And it is nearly EIGHT HOURS LONG!!!


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