The Inner Circle (album)

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The Inner Circle
Studio album by Evergrey
Released April 27, 2004
Recorded Division One Studios
September 2003 – February 2004
Genre Progressive metal
Length 48:15
Label InsideOut Music
Producer Tom S. Englund, Henrik Danhage
Evergrey chronology
Recreation Day
(2003)
The Inner Circle
(2004)
Monday Morning Apocalypse
(2006)
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The Inner Circle is the fifth studio album from the progressive metal band Evergrey, released in 2004. The album is a concept album that deals with the themes of religion, cults and child abuse. According to an interview with frontman Tom S. Englund, the spoken word parts in the album are of an actual person. [1] The last track on the album, When The Walls Go Down samples excerpts from David Wilkerson's speech "A Call To Anguish".

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All lyrics written by Tom S. Englund

No. Title Music Length
1. "A Touch of Blessing"   Tom S. Englund 5:50
2. "Ambassador"   Englund, Jonas Ekdahl 4:29
3. "In the Wake of the Weary"   Henrik Danhage 4:43
4. "Harmless Wishes"   Danhage, Englund, Rikard Zander 4:18
5. "Waking Up Blind"   Englund 4:22
6. "More Than Ever"   Danhage 4:13
7. "The Essence of Conviction"   Englund, Danhage, Ekdahl 6:07
8. "Where All Good Sleep"   Zander, Englund 4:37
9. "Faith Restored"   Englund 3:54
10. "When the Walls Go Down" (Instrumental) Englund, Zander, Danhage, Ekdahl 5:42

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