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Forseti - Windzeit mp3 download
Forseti - Windzeit mp3 download
Performer: Forseti
Title: Windzeit
Country: Germany
Released: 2002
Style: Neofolk
Rating: 4.1/5
FLAC size: 1767 mb | MP3 size: 1388 mb | WMA size: 1680 mb
Genre: Rock

이블: Goeart ‎– none, Grunwald ‎– none. 르: Rock, Folk, World, & Country.

Forseti - Verzweiflung 5:25. Forseti - Sturmgeweiht 7:40. Forseti - Welkes Blatt 3:10. Forseti - Europa 2:50. Forseti - Abendrot 5:17. Windzeit - Forseti 3:49.

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Windzeit Album by Forseti.

2. Welkes Blatt Lyrics.

Windzeit is a music studio album recording by FORSETI (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in 2002 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Verzweiflung 5:26 2. Welkes Blatt 3:14 3. Sturmgeweiht 3:45 4. Letzter Traum 5:03 5. Wind 4:17 6. Windzeit 3:46 7. Herbstabend 3:56 8. Einsamkeit 3:32 9. Abendrot 5:37 10. Black Jena 5:03. Andreas Ritter, guitars, accordion, drums, guitar.


Verzweiflung 5:26
Welkes Blatt 3:13
Sturmgeweiht 3:44
Letzter Traum 5:03
Wind 4:18
Windzeit 3:46
Herbstabend 3:55
Einsamkeit 3:32
Abendrot 5:36
Black Jena 5:03


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GOEART IX, none Forseti Windzeit ‎(CD, Album) Goeart, Grunwald GOEART IX, none Germany 2002
none Forseti Windzeit ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd, Num) Goeart, Grunwald none Germany 2002
GOEART, none Forseti Windzeit ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Goeart, Grunwald GOEART, none Germany 2002
none Forseti Windzeit ‎(LP, Album + 10", MiniAlbum + 7", Single + CD, Mini) Goeart, Grunwald none Germany 2002
none Forseti Windzeit ‎(LP, Album, bro + 10", MiniAlbum, bro + 7", Single,) Goeart, Grunwald none Germany 2002

Comments (4)
Aslo pressed in limited edition to 99 copy (LP, Album + 10", MiniAlbum + 7", Single + CD, Mini)with romanian number
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One of the most-awaited debut full-length album in the neofolk scene was certainly this one by Forseti, who had risen to notoriety thanks to the wonderful 10" "Jenzig" and the collaboration on Death In June's shameful "All Pigs Must Die". Unfortunately, "Windzeit" didn't quite match the very high expectations created in the meantime. It's undoubtedly a good neofolk album, melancholic and atmospheric to the right extent, but it sounds like tons of other releases that saw the light before and in contemporary. Andreas Ritter's voice, so sweet and charming on "Jenzig", is here cold and dull, without emotion, just like the music, technically perfect but unable to evoke the magic and ancient atmospheres experienced on the 10" vinyl (with the only exception of the excellent "Sturmgeweiht", the only song worth of Forseti's fame). Douglas P.'s appearance in the closing (and not particularly interesting) "Black Jena" and the luxurious package are not enough to make this album a milestone of the genre. "Windzeit" will be loved by those neofolk aficionados who buy everything without any critical approach, but from Forseti I would have expected something at least as memorable as "Jenzig".
Yes, you are right, that sentence is a bit too harsh. What I wanted to say is that "Windzeit" is not the masterpiece many talked about at the time of its release. It's good, but not fantastic. "Jenzig" is a masterpiece :)
Scrap_Iron"Windzeit" will be loved by those neofolk aficionados who buy everything without any critical approachHarsh :(