Shine (Edenbridge album)

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Edenbridge Shine-CD.jpg
Studio album by Edenbridge
Released 25 October 2004
Recorded 2004 House of Audio, Seagull Music Studio, Farpoint Station Studio
Genre Symphonic power metal
Label Massacre Records
Producer Dennis Ward
Edenbridge chronology
The Grand Design

Shine is the fourth studio album by the symphonic metal band Edenbridge. Produced by Dennis Ward, it features 12 tracks that have been compared to the style of Edguy, Stratovarius and Masterplan.[1]


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Metal Hammer Germany 5/7[1]
Rock Hard 8.5[2]

The German edition of Metal Hammer awarded 5 out of 7 points but noted that singer Sabine Edelsbacher could not convey as much pathos as Amy Lee, Sharon den Adel or Tarja Turunen. She was instead found reminiscent of Candice Night when singing slower, medievally inspired tracks.[1] The reviewer for Rock Hard wrote that Edenbridge had found a balance between romanticism and kitsch, but requested more uptempo tracks.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Shine" 08:30
2. "Move Along Home" 04:41
3. "Centennial Legend" 05:16
4. "Wild Chase" 05:32
5. "And the Road Goes On" 08:10
6. "What You Leave Behind" 04:41
7. "Elsewhere" 02:18
8. "October Sky" 05:11
9. "The Canterville Prophecy" 01:49
10. "The Canterville Ghost" 07:45
11. "On Sacred Ground" (Bonus track Europe) 06:04
12. "Anthem" (Bonus track Japan) 04:41

The Korean Version of the album features both bonus tracks and a live CD



  • Sabine Edelsbacher – vocals
  • Lanvall – guitar, bass, keyboards
  • Roland Navratil – drums
  • Andreas Eibler – guitar

Guest musicians[edit]

  • Dennis Ward – backing vocals
  • Astrid Stockhammer – violin


  • Mixed by Dennis Ward
  • Mastered by Jürgen Lusky
  • Cover Design by Thomas Ewerhard, idea by Mike Koren


  1. ^ a b c Mineur, Matthias (2004). "Edenbridge – Shine". Metal Hammer (in German) (11). 
  2. ^ a b Blum, Tobias (2004). "Shine". Rock Hard (in German). No. 210.