Gaia II: La Voz Dormida

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Gaia II: La Voz Dormida
Studio album by Mägo de Oz
Released November 14, 2005[1]
Genre Folk metal, symphonic metal, progressive metal
Length 1:48:53
Label Locomotive Music
Producer Big Simon
Mägo de Oz chronology
Madrid – Las Ventas
(2005)
Gaia II: La Voz Dormida
(2005)
Rock N' Oz
(2006)

Gaia II: La Voz Dormida is a 2005 album by Spanish folk metal group Mägo de Oz. It is a continuation of Gaia, in which Azaak is captured by the Spanish Inquisition and awaits her execution.

The subtitle La voz dormida refers to a novel by Dulce Chacón about a group of women imprisoned during the Spanish Civil War.

Disc one[edit]

  1. "Volaverunt Opus 666" – 4:25
  2. "La voz dormida" (The sleeping voice) – 9:58
  3. "Hazme un sitio entre tu piel" (Make me a place in your skin) – 4:54
  4. "El poema de la lluvia triste" (The poem of the sad rain) – 7:52
  5. "El callejón del infierno" (Hell's alleyway) – 5:57
  6. "El paseo de los tristes" (The walkway of the sad) – 5:20
  7. "La posada de los muertos" (The inn of the dead) – 4:44
  8. "Desde mi cielo" (From my heaven) – 6:20
  9. "En nombre de Dios" (In the name of God) (melody based on "Gates of Babylon" by Rainbow) †

† Special Edition CD release only.

Disc two[edit]

  1. "Incubos y súcubos" – 0:36 (Incubi and succubi)
  2. "Diabulus in Música" – 4:44 (Diabolus in musica)
  3. "Mañana empieza hoy" (Tomorrow begins today) [melody based on "Hymn" by Ultravox] †
  4. "El Príncipe de la dulce pena" – 1:35 (The prince of the sweet sorrow)
  5. "Aquelarre " – 9:03 (Akelarre)
  6. "Hoy toca ser feliz " – 4:19 (Today we get to be happy)
  7. "Creo (La Voz Dormida-Parte II)" – 5:15 (I believe (The sleeping voice part II))
  8. "La Cantata del Diablo – Missit me Dominus" – 21:11 (The Devil's Cantata – Missit me Dominus) [includes an incrustation of "The Edge of Darkness" by Iron Maiden]

† Special Edition CD release only.

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