The Expedition

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This article is about the album by Kamelot. For the episode of Doctor Who, see The Daleks.


The Expedition
Live album by Kamelot
Released October 2000
Recorded Concerts in Germany and Greece, April 2000
Genre Symphonic metal
Power metal
Progressive metal
Length 60:56
Label Noise
Producer Sascha Paeth
Kamelot live chronology
The Expedition
(2000)
One Cold Winter's Night
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Amazon.com 4.5/5 stars[1]
The Metal Crypt 3/5 stars[2]

The Expedition is the first live album by the metal band Kamelot. It was released in October 2000 through Noise Records. The last three tracks are not live - "We Three Kings" (instrumental) and "One Day" are additional material from the Siege Perilous sessions, and "We Are Not Separate" is a re-recorded version of a song from the Dominion album and was originally planned to The Fourth Legacy.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" / "Until Kingdom Come"
  2. "Expedition"
  3. "The Shadow of Uther"
  4. "Millennium"
  5. "A Sailorman's Hymn"
  6. "New Allegiance" / "The Fourth Legacy"
  7. "Call of the Sea"
  8. "Desert Reign" / "Nights of Arabia"
  9. "We Three Kings"
  10. "One Day"
  11. "We Are Not Separate"

Personnel[edit]

Band members[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Recorded by Sascha Paeth from concerts in Germany and Greece April 2000
  • Mixed and mastered by Sascha Paeth at Pathway Studios, Wolfsburg, Germany
  • Assistants on site: Ralf Schindler, Thomas Kuschewski, Bonni "Q-ryched!" Bilski
  • Tracks 9 and 10 recorded in 1998 at Morrisound Studios, Tampa, Florida - engineered By Howard Helm. Keyboards by Howard Helm
  • Track 11 recorded in 2000 at Pathway Studios Wolfsburg, Germany - engineered by Sascha Paeth. Keyboards by Miro
  • Intro by Hans Zimmer (09.10sec – 10:04sec of "Rocket Away" from the movie soundtrack The Rock)
  • Photos by Axel Jusseit, Claudia Ehrhardt, Edwin Van Hoof and Kamelot
  • Antique maps: © Photo Essentials
  • Artwork and Layout by Maren/Noise Graphics
  • Cover photos by Axel Jusseit

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