The Gathering (Jorn album)

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The Gathering
Jorn The Gathering.jpg
Greatest hits album by Jorn
Released 29 January 2007
Genre Hard rock, heavy metal
Label Frontiers (International)
Locomotive (US)
Producer Tommy Hansen
Jorn chronology
The Duke
(2006)
The Gathering
(2007)
Unlocking the Past
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]
RevelationZ 8.5/10 stars [2]
Hard Rock Hideout 9/10 stars [3]
About.com 3.5/5 stars [4]

The Gathering is the first compilation by Jørn Lande. It was released under his stage name Jorn on January 29, 2007, the same day as his new covers album Unlocking the Past. It was released exactly a year later, on January 29, 2008, in North America.

The album features songs from Jorn's solo career as well as songs from his time with such bands as Millenium (no), ARK and The Snakes as well as Jorn's collaboration with Symphony X lead singer Russell Allen.

Although the album is a greatest hits collection, most of the tracks on the album were reworked and remastered especially for the compilation. Some have even been re-recorded.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Something Real" (Lande/Lofstad) - 5:24 (remastered)
  2. "Gonna Find the Sun" (Lande/Moody) - 3:08 (remastered)
  3. "Bridges Will Burn" (Lande/Moren) - 5:33
  4. "Young Forever" (Lande/Lofstad) - 4:50 (remastered)
  5. "Tungur Knivur" (Lande) - 6:17
  6. "One Day We Will Put Out the Sun" (Lande/Lofstad) - 6:00 (re-recorded)
  7. "Sunset Station" (Lande/Moren) - 4:28
  8. "Hourglass" (Lande/Santolla/Binder/Hanson) - 6:41
  9. "Gate of Tears" (Lande) - 4:52 (re-recorded)
  10. "House of Cards" (Lande/Moren) - 4:57
  11. "My Own Way" (Karlsson) - 4:45
  12. "Worldchanger" (Lande) - 4:49
  13. "Abyss of Evil" (Lande) - 4:40 (re-recorded)
  14. "Where the Winds Blow" (Lande/Macaluso/Østby) - 4:44 (re-recorded)
  15. "Christine" (Lande) - 2:52
  16. "Big" (Lande/Lofstad) - 3:39

Personnel[edit]

Main line-up

Featured musicians

Release history[edit]

Country Date
Europe 29 January 2007
United States 29 January 2008

References[edit]