Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Last one now - it's a tough one! I'll give you a couple of lines here, where do they come from?
'Only a child, reckless and wild, needs to come home again.
He promised the moon but won't marry you'.||Nail Those Sonata Arctica Lyrics!
Mary-Lou. 'Mary-Lou' has actually appeared three times on CD: on the album 'Ecliptica', on the single of the track 'Unopened' and on the extremely rare mini cd 'Orientation'. Bonus marks if you noticed 'Moondance' is actually a song by Nightwish!
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|OK, in which song do these emotional lines come from?
'And we'll never have what we had then, friendship unbroken, love means nothing to me'.
||Nail Those Sonata Arctica Lyrics!
Shamandalie. 'Shamandalie' was released as the second single from the album 'Reckoning Night'. It came out in Finland, straight into the charts at number 3! This album also marks the first appearance of Henrik Klingenberg to the line-up, who has apparently been in 'too many bands to mention'!
|Some mysterious, odd lyrics here. But what song were they in?
'Eating a hotdog on the corner of Main and some street, you are a disciple of your own gun'.||Nail Those Sonata Arctica Lyrics!
Peacemaker. Did you know? For the album 'Winterheart's Guild', the keyboard solos on four songs were recorded by none other than the legend Jens Johansson, Stratovarius player who also worked with Yngwie Malmsteen!
Die With Your Boots On. The observant fans amongst you will have noticed that 'Die With Your Boots On' is actually an Iron Maiden cover. The band have also covered songs by the Scorpions and AC/DC.
The Misery. Did you know? After just one album, Sonata Arctica were chosen to go as a support band on tour with power metal giants Stratovarius. Sonata Arctica were picked from 33 bands from 15 labels!
Weballergy. Don't worry if you got confused with the part at the start of 'The End of this Chapter' where the phone is ringing; they don't mention it in the song.
Kingdom For A Heart. From waaaaay back in prehistoric 1999, came the debut album 'Ecliptica'.
The band had changed their name before releasing the CD - they were originally called Tricky Beans!
San Sebastian. There are actually two versions of 'San Sebastian': 'San Sebastian (revisited)' is the one most people have heard, but 'San Sebastian (original)' is on the rare mini-cd 'Takatalvi'. Unfortunately for the rest of us, it was only released in Japan.
Tallulah. The song 'Tallulah' is on the band's second album 'Silence', written by Tony Kakko. This album happens to be the only Sonata Arctica studio CD with keyboardist Mikko Harkin, making it something of a collector's item.
Drums. Tommy is a founding member of the band and plays the drums.
Tony Kakko. Tony Kakko is the bands' singer. He is an original member of the band and has a massive vocal range.
|In the song "Wolf & Raven", from "Silence," what does the narrator do "to bask in your favor"?||Sonata Arctica
Kills the king. Some people consider "Wolf & Raven" from "Silence" to be about wolves, but if you read the lyrics, it is not. The narrator does mention a dream about wolves, however.
The Power of One. "The Power of One" is 11 minutes long and is from the album "Silence". The other three are from Sonata's debut record (from 1999), "Ecliptica".
Spinefarm Records. Spinefarm signed the band after they released the demo "FullMoon". They later transferred over to Nuclear Blast.
Finland. They are from the town of Kemi, and formed in 1996.