Rebirth (Angra album)

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Rebirth
Angra - Rebirth (2001).jpg
Studio album by Angra
Released November 13, 2001
Recorded House of Audio, Winterbach, Germany
Anonimato Studios, Brazil
June - August 2001
Genre Progressive metal, power metal,[1] symphonic metal
Length 52:51
Label Paradox Music (Brazil)
SPV/Steamhammer (Germany)
Victor (Japan)
Producer Dennis Ward
Angra chronology
Fireworks
(1998)
Rebirth
(2001)
Rebirth Live in São Paulo
(2003)
Back Cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Whiplash.net 10/10 stars[2]

Rebirth is the fourth album by the Brazilian progressive metal band Angra, the first since a major restructuring of the band's line-up.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Rafael Bittencourt except Nova Era by Felipe Andreoli[3]

No. Title Music Length
1. "In Excelsis"   Kiko Loureiro 1:03
2. "Nova Era"   Loureiro, Edu Falaschi 4:52
3. "Millennium Sun"   Loureiro, Bittencourt 5:11
4. "Acid Rain"   Bittencourt 6:08
5. "Heroes of Sand"   Falaschi 4:39
6. "Unholy Wars
  • I. "Imperial Crown"
  • II. "Forgiven Return""  
Loureiro, Bittencourt 8:14
7. "Rebirth"   Loureiro, Bittencourt 5:18
8. "Judgement Day"   Loureiro, Falaschi, Aquiles Priester 5:40
9. "Running Alone"   Bittencourt 7:14
10. "Visions Prelude" (Adapted from Chopin's Op. 28 No. 20 in C minor) Loureiro 4:32

Bonus track for Japan[edit]

No. Title Music Length
11. "Bleeding Heart"   Falaschi 4:04

Personnel[edit]

Band members
Additional musicians
  • Gunter Werno – piano, keyboards
  • Andre Kbelo, Zeka Loureiro, Maria Rita, Carolin Wols - backing vocals
  • Roman Mekinulov - cello
  • Douglas Las Casas - percussion
  • Mestre Dinho & Grupo Woyekè - Maracatu voices on "Unholy Wars"
Production
  • Dennis Ward - producer, engineer, mixing, choir arrangements
  • Andre Kbelo - assistant engineer
  • Jürgen Lusky - mastering
  • Antonio D. Pirani - executive producer

References[edit]