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Tinnitus Sanctus (2008)

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Title: Tinnitus Sanctus
Artist: Edguy
Genre: Heavy Metal
Released: 2008

Tracks:
1 - Ministry of Saints - 5:02
2 - Sex Fire Religion - 5:57
3 - The Pride of Creation - 5:28
4 - Nine Lives - 4:26
5 - Wake Up Dreaming Black - 4:05
6 - Dragonfly - 4:56
7 - Thorn Without a Rose - 4:46
8 - 9-2-9 - 3:48
9 - Speedhoven - 7:42
10 - Dead or Rock - 4:59
11 - Aren't You a Little Pervert Too?! - 2:20

CD 2
1 - Catch of the Century - 5:14
2 - Sacrifice - 8:24
3 - Babylon - 7:30
4 - Lavatory Love Machine - 4:24
5 - Tears of a Mandrake - 7:42
6 - Vain Glory Opera - 6:26
7 - Superheroes - 3:24
8 - Fucking With Fire - 4:38
9 - Avantasia - 6:58
10 - King of Fools - 5:26

Overview:
Tinnitus Sanctus is the eighth studio album by German power metal band Edguy, released on November 14, 2008 on Nuclear Blast. It continues the fusion of hard rock heard on their previous album Rocket Ride and the power metal elements found on previous albums.

The album was released in several formats. The standard edition was issued in a jewel case and included the 10 album tracks and a bonus track. A digipak edition included the album with the bonus track, and a bonus live CD, recorded in Los Angeles during the Rocket Ride tour. A mailorder edition, available exclusively through the Nuclear Blast webshop, was issued in a tin case. A double LP version was also available.

Initial press reaction to the album was positive, with Tanja Weinekötter of Fury calling it "the strongest Edguy album so far", whilst frontman Tobias Sammet felt that it "could be the album we'll be measured by in the future".

A video was shot for the track "Ministry of Saints" in Belgrade, Serbia.
 
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