Alchemy Vol.1

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Alchemy Vol.1
Alchemy Vol.1.jpg
Compilation album by Poets of the Fall
Released 16 March 2011
Genre Indie rock
Cinematic rock
Length 69:13
Label Insomniac
Producer Poets of the Fall
Poets of the Fall chronology
Twilight Theater
(2010)Twilight Theater2010
Alchemy Vol.1
(2011)
Temple of Thought
(2012)Temple of Thought2012
Singles from Alchemy Vol.1
  1. "Can You Hear Me"
    Released: 2 February 2011
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Venia-mag.net (90/100)[1]

Alchemy Vol.1 is the first international compilation album by the Finnish rock band Poets of the Fall. It was released in Finland as well as on iTunes on 16 March 2011.[2] The record includes five tracks from Signs of Life, three tracks from Carnival of Rust, two tracks from Revolution Roulette, three tracks from Twilight Theater, and two original compositions.

Track listing[edit]

CD[edit]

All tracks written by Poets of the Fall.

No. Title Length
1. "Can You Hear Me" 4:15
2. "Late Goodbye" 3:46
3. "Lift" 5:12
4. "Illusion & Dream" 5:14
5. "Stay" 3:34
6. "Sleep" 4:56
7. "Carnival of Rust" 4:19
8. "Locking Up the Sun" 3:54
9. "Roses" 4:01
10. "The Ultimate Fling" 6:52
11. "Diamonds for Tears" 4:12
12. "Dreaming Wide Awake" 4:24
13. "War" 5:03
14. "Given and Denied" 4:16
15. "No End, No Beginning" 5:15

DVD[edit]

  1. Late Goodbye
  2. Lift
  3. Carnival of Rust (original)
  4. Carnival of Rust (remastered)
  5. Locking up The Sun
  6. The Ultimate Fling
  7. Diamonds For Tears
  8. Dreaming Wide Awake
  9. War

Release history[edit]

Country Release Date
Finland 16 March 2011
iTunes Worldwide

Singles[edit]

Single Release Date Charts
Can You Hear Me 2 February 2011 (Download)[3]

Trivia[edit]

  • The physical release of the album has the option to come with a T-shirt,[4] or a flag.[5]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.venia-mag.net Venia-mag.net review
  2. ^ Alchemy Vol.1 out now http://www.poetsofthefall.com/news, 7 January 2012
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-12-27. Retrieved 2014-02-26.  retrieved on 13 March 2011
  4. ^ [1] Record Shop X, 7 January 2012
  5. ^ [2] The Official Poets of the Fall Webshop, 7 January 2012