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ArashigarSkylark is a Power Metal, Symphonic Metal group from Italy. Discography: The Horizon & The Storm, Dragon's Secrets, Divine Gates Part l: Gate Of Hell, Divine Gates Part ll: Gate Of Heaven, The Princess' Day.
24.02.2020 at 02:32 Reply
MojasThere is always a few songs by any band that are not as good as others but to me Helloween was great for about 2 months after I heard each album-now its in the mold stack-Skylark has been part of my playlists now for 17 years, and for years to come because it just sounds fresher and more moving than most bands that people compare them with5/5(2).
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ToshuraThe Princess' Day. The Princess' Day; I Will Cry Tonight; Journey Through the Fire; Another Life; Hope (Intro) Rufus (Part 1) Symbol of Freedom (Part The Tragedy; White Warrior; Princess of the Snow; Skylark lyrics. 1. First Night; 2. Road to Heaven; 3. Little Red Riding Hood; 4. Moonlight Shadow (Mike Ol.. 5. Dying Inside; 6. Eyes; 7. Soul.
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NegulMay 15, · I OWN NOTHING.
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FaezahnMay 31, · Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS The Princess' Day · Skylark The Princess' Day ℗ Skylark Released on: Author: Edoardo Maria Antonini Author Skip navigation Sign in.
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GrozilkreeSep 07, · The Princess' Day (that's some hot princess on the cover) pretty much epitomises everything about Skylark. Moderate songs, weak sound and a confusing story of good against evil. But for those who try to avoid the more bombastic productions of certain other power metal acts (from Italy or elsewhere), this might just fit the bill/5(2).
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