Aion (CMX album)

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Aion
Studio album by CMX
Released November 11, 2003
Recorded August 17 – October 17, 2003 at Inkfish Studios
Genre Progressive rock
Length 49:41
Label Herodes/EMI
Producer Rake, Janne Halmkrona and A.W. Yrjänä
CMX chronology
Isohaara
(2002)
Aion
(2003)
Pedot
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Desibeli.net 4.5/5 stars [1]
Nyt 5/5 stars [2][dead link]
Rockmusica.net 4/5 stars [3]Template:Not mentioned on link
Soundi 4/5 stars [4]
Sue Magazine 4/5 stars [5]


Aion (2003) is an album by the Finnish rock group CMX. The word Aion (or Aeon) is Ancient Greek for "age, life-force" and also a Finnish verb form meaning "I intend (to do something)".

The album is regarded as something of a concept album by the band and listeners alike; a common theme throughout the songs is the concept of the devil and how this concept manifests itself in the mortal world.

The album was placed at #50 in Finnish rock magazine Soundi's list of "50 most remarkable Finnish rock albums of all time".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by CMX with lyrics by A. W. Yrjänä.

  1. "Pirunnyrkki" – 3:19 ("Devil's Fist")
  2. "Sielunvihollinen" – 4:00 ("Satan", lit. "Enemy of the Soul")
  3. "Melankolia" – 4:12 ("Melancholy")
  4. "Fysiikka ei kestä" – 4:53 ("Physics Will Not Last")
  5. "Palvelemaan konetta" – 3:52 ("To Serve a Machine")
  6. "Kuoleman risteyksestä kolme virstaa pohjoiseen" – 5:42 ("Three Versts North from the Crossing of Death")
  7. "Kyyn pimeä puoli" – 3:17 ("Dark Side of the Viper")
  8. "Sivu paholaisen päiväkirjasta" – 4:12 ("Page from the Devil's Diary")
  9. "Nahkasiipi" – 4:20 ("Leather Wing")
  10. "Ensimmäinen saattaja" – 5:42 ("First Escort")
  11. "Hautalinnut" – 6:12 ("Grave Birds")

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