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Tales from the Thousand Lakes is the second full-length album by metal band Amorphis. A monumental concept album, the lyrics are based on the Finnish national epic, Kalevala. It was their first departure from the more aggressive death metal sound of their debut album to a more melodic death/doom metal sound, with more influence from early bands influential to doom metal like Black Sabbath and Pentagram. This album features a greater use of synthesizers and clean vocals than their previous release, which was devoid of both.
This was the first Amorphis album to feature Kasper MÃ¥rtenson on keyboards. The album was an influential release in the development of the melodic death metal and doom metal genres.
The original limited version (on digipack) had a cover of "Light My Fire" by The Doors added as a bonus track. It was later re-released in 2001 with most tracks from the Black Winter Day EP and the "Light My Fire" cover added as bonus tracks.
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