Enchant (album)

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Studio album by Emilie Autumn
Released February 26, 2003
Length 61:23
Label Traitor Records/Trisol Music Group
Emilie Autumn chronology
By the Sword
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Enchant is the debut studio album by Emilie Autumn, originally released on February 26, 2003,[note 1] by Traitor Records and re-released on August 17, 2007 by Trisol Music Group GmbH. The original release included the Enchant Puzzle (see Enchant Puzzle subheading).

There wasn't an official single released for Enchant, although "Chambermaid" was considered the album's only single. The Chambermaid EP was released before Enchant. The song "Castle Down" was featured on the "By the Sword" single.

Enchant Puzzle[edit]

The Enchant Puzzle is only available in the original Traitor Records release of Enchant. It was the reverse of a fold out leaflet, consisting of rhymes and pictures. The answer is believed to be a way of contacting Emilie Autumn herself, although there is no concrete proof. The first to solve the puzzle would receive the Faerie Queene's wings, ruff, fan and sceptre. As yet, the puzzle has not been solved.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Emilie Autumn.

No. Title Length
1. "Prologue: Across the Sky" 5:10
2. "How Strange" 3:07
3. "Chambermaid" 3:14
4. "Rapunzel" 3:57
5. "Ever" 6:11
6. "Second Hand Faith" 4:43
7. "Juliet" 5:42
8. "Remember" 5:25
9. "Rose Red" 5:29
10. "Castle Down" 3:52
11. "Heard It All" 3:22
12. "If You Feel Better" 4:49
13. "Save You" 4:53
14. "Epilogue: What If" 4:09


  1. ^ While Autumn's official site lists the release date as 2002,[2] newsletters published by Autumn and her interview with Musical Discovery point to the release date as February 26, 2003, with a free download of the complete album offered in January 2003.[3]


  1. ^ a b Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Enchant". Emilie Autumn Ent. LLC. Archived from the original on September 21, 2010. Retrieved August 16, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Emilie Autumn Newsletter for 01/14/03". Zoe French. Archived from the original on July 23, 2011. Retrieved June 20, 2011.