Altaria ‎– Divine Invitation

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Metal Heaven ‎– METAL HEAVEN 00034
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On the back cover, the spine and the inlay:
The best of "Invitation" and "Divinity" & More!

On the back cover:
© Metal Heaven
℗ Metal Heaven 2007

Made in the EEC

Distributed in Austria by Soulfood, BeNeLux by Rough Trade, France by Underclass, Germany by Soulfood, Hungary by Hammer Music, Greece by Soundforge Music Group, Italy by Frontiers, Spain by Goi Music, Sweden by Border Music, Switzerland by Disctrade, UK by RSK Entertainment

In the booklet:
Trax 1, 4, 6, 8, 9 from the album Invitation (2003).
Recorded and mixed at Sonic Pump Studios. Published by Humbucker Music.

Trax 2, 3, 5, 7, 10 from the album Divinity (2004).
Recorded at Sonic Pump Studios and Cave Studios. Mixed at Tico Tico Studios. Published by Metal Heart Music / Warner Chappell Sweden.

Trax 11 & 12 are brand new tracks (2007).
Recorded at Station 1 Studios and Cave Studios. Mixed at Noisecamp. Published by Metal Heart Music / Warner Chappell Sweden.

Trax 13-15 from the Sleeping Visions demo (2001).

Trax 16-19 from the Feed The Fire demo (2002).

All trax mastered at Noisecamp.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 046661 064728
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100815921-0101 24 A0
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 941Q

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
00034 Altaria Divine Invitation(CDr, Album, Promo) Metal Heaven 00034 Germany 2007 Sell This Version

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theaterofsalvation

theaterofsalvation

January 2, 2017
It should be noted that while the five GH's selections from Divinity are taken from that album, it appears the mastering of those tracks on this disc is a little different. If you compare the same track on both albums you'll notice that the version on Divine Invitation is a little blunted compared to the version on the original disc which just sounds crisper. I'm not sure if they trying to make the Divinity tracks sound more like the other five tracks from Invitation, but the difference is worth noting, However, in all honesty, even though I think Divine Invitation is worth owning for the demos and two, exclusive tracks ("Keeper Of Mystique" & "Ball & Chain") I honestly wouldn't suggest just nabbing this compilation in lieu of those two discs. Divinity and Invitation both have many great tracks and many of them aren't on here. That being said, if you do end up owning all three albums, you'll probably want to listen to the Divinity tracks from the actual album rather than this compilation.