Reason (Shaman album)

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Reason
Shaaman reason.jpg
Studio album by Shaaman
Released August 23, 2005
Recorded Creative Studios, Nossoestudio and Fasm Auditorium, São Paulo,
Sonhos e Sons, Belo Horizonte, Brazil,
Gate Studio, Wolfsburg, Germany
Genre Heavy metal, power metal
Length 49:20
Label Deckdisk (Brazil)
AFM (Europe and US)
Victor (Japan)
Producer Sascha Paeth, Philip Colodetti, Shaaman
Shaaman chronology
RituAlive
(2003)RituAlive2003
Reason
(2005)
Immortal
(2007)Immortal2007

Reason is the second studio album by the Brazilian heavy metal band Shaaman, first released in 2005. "Innocence" was released as the band's first single.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Shaman, all lyrics by Andre Matos, except "More" (written by Andrew Eldritch and composed by Eldritch, Jim Steinman)

No. Title Length
1. "Turn Away" 4:21
2. "Reason" 4:40
3. "More" (The Sisters of Mercy cover) 4:02
4. "Innocence" 4:37
5. "Scarred Forever" 5:20
6. "In the Night" 5:54
7. "Rough Stone" 5:56
8. "Iron Soul" 5:24
9. "Trail of Tears" 3:47
10. "Born to Be" 6:00

Personnel[edit]

Band members
Additional musicians
  • Miro - keyboard arrangements and programming, sound effects
  • Junior Rossetti - keyboards, sound effects
  • Fabio Ribeiro - organ
  • Marcus Viana - violin, cello, Indian dioruba, rabbab
  • Helder Araujo - sitar, tablas
  • Amanda Somerville - backing vocals, narration, vocal coaching
  • The São Paulo State Symphony Ensamble:
    • Svetlana Terechkova, Andrea Campos Misiuk, Soraya Landim, Matthew Thomas Thorpe, Camila Tamae Yasuca, Cesar Augusto Miranda - violins
    • Svetlana Bogatyreva, Tania Campos Kier - violas
    • Douglas Kier, Wilson Sampaio - cellos
Production
  • Sascha Paeth - producer, engineer, mixing, mastering
  • Philip Colodetti - co-producer, engineer, mastering
  • Glenn Zolotar, Ricardo Nagata, Luizinho Mazzei, Eduardo Avellar, Evandro Lopez - engineers

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shaman - Reason". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Retrieved 2012-10-13.