Saviour

Saviour
Álbum de Antimatter
Publicación 2000
Grabación Academy Studios
Género(s) Gothic
Trip Hop
Ambient
Discográfica Worldwide: Prophecy
EE. UU.: The End Records
Irlanda: Strangelight Records
Rusia: Irond Records
Productor(es) Duncan Patterson
Mags
Cronología de Antimatter


Saviour

A Dream for the Blind

Saviour es el primer álbum de la banda británica, Antimatter. Su lanzamiento oficial tuvo lugar durante el año 2000.

Lista de temas

  • 01. Saviour
  • 02. Holocaust
  • 03. Over Your Shoulder
  • 04. Psalms
  • 05. God is Coming
  • 06. Angelic
  • 07. Flowers
  • 08. The Last Laugh
  • 09. Going Nowhere
  • 10. Over Your Shoulder (Acoustic) *
  • 11. Flowers (Acoustic) *

(*)Sólo disponibles en la versión americana

Participantes

  • Duncan Patterson (Bajo/Guitarra/Teclados/Edición)
  • Michael Moss (Guitarra/Bajo/Teclados/Voces/Edición)
Invitados
  • Michelle Richfield (Voz en temas 1,2,3,4,6,8)
  • Hayley Windsor (Voz en temas 5,6,7,9)
  • Brian Moss (Samples)
  • Les Smith (Samples)
  • Mags (Guitarra en "going nowhere")
  • Idea de portada: Duncan Patterson
  • Artwork: Mark Kelson

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  • Saviour — n BrE Savior AmE the/sb s Saviour Jesus Christ used by Christians …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • saviour — (US savior) ► NOUN 1) a person who saves someone or something from danger or harm. 2) (the/our Saviour) (in Christianity) God or Jesus Christ. ORIGIN Old French sauveour, from Latin salvare to save …   English terms dictionary

  • saviour — British English spelling of SAVIOR (Cf. savior) (q.v.); for suffix, see OR (Cf. or) …   Etymology dictionary

  • saviour — UK [ˈseɪvjə(r)] / US [ˈseɪvjər] noun [countable] Word forms saviour : singular saviour plural saviours 1) a person who saves someone or something from trouble or danger saviour of: He was hailed as the saviour of the company s fortunes. 2) the… …   English dictionary

  • saviour — [[t]se͟ɪvjə(r)[/t]] saviours (in AM, use savior) 1) N COUNT: oft N of n A saviour is a person who saves someone or something from danger, ruin, or defeat. ...the saviour of his country. ...the saviour of English football... She regarded him as… …   English dictionary

  • saviour — (BrE) (AmE savior) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ potential, would be ▪ personal ▪ unlikely VERB + SAVIOUR/SAVIOR ▪ acclaim sb as …   Collocations dictionary

  • Saviour —    One who saves from any form or degree of evil. In its highest sense the word indicates the relation sustained by our Lord to his redeemed ones, he is their Saviour. The great message of the gospel is about salvation and the Saviour. It is the… …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • saviour — sa|viour BrE savior AmE [ˈseıvjə US ər] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: saveour, from Late Latin salvator, from salvare; SAVE1] someone who saves you from a difficult or dangerous situation saviour of ▪ He was seen by many as the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • saviour — [ˈseɪvjə] noun 1) [C] someone who saves someone or something from trouble or danger 2) the Saviour or Our Saviour a name that Christians sometimes use for Jesus Christ …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • saviour — n. (US savior) 1 a person who saves or delivers from danger, destruction, etc. (the saviour of the nation). 2 (Saviour) (prec. by the, our) Christ. Etymology: ME f. OF sauveumlour f. eccl.L salvator oris (transl. Gk soter) f. LL salvare SAVE(1) …   Useful english dictionary

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