Nightwish

Nightwish

Nightwish is a Finnish goth/power metal band, formed in 1996. While the songs are mostly written by the band's keyboard player, Tuomas Holopainen, their success is also widely attributed to the vocals. These are performed by Tarja Turunen, who has studied classical singing in the Finnish Sibelius Academy, and currently studies opera singing in Germany. In recent songs, Marco Hietala, the bass player, has started to sing as well.

The musical style of Nightwish has been described as epic metal, power metal, opera metal, symphonic metal, and goth metal, amongst others. Tuomas Holopainen once described their music as "melodic heavy metal with a female voice". The recent commercial success of Nightwish has made certain power metal elitists label their music pop metal.

Band history

Nightwish's formation officially took place in Kitee, Finland in July of 1996. It started out as Holopainen's experiment using keyboards, acoustic guitar and the operatic voice of Tarja Turunen. At this time there were three band members: Holopainen, Turunen and Erno "Emppu" Vuorinen (guitar).

The name Nightwish came from one of the songs on their very first acoustic demo ("Nightwish", "The Forever Moments" and "Etišinen").

In early 1997 Jukka Nevalainen joined the band, to play drums. The acoustic guitar was replaced with an electric one. In April they went into the studio and recorded seven songs. These songs can be found on the limited edition of Angels Fall First.

In May the same year, they were signed onto the Finnish record label Spinefarm Records for two records. Angels Fall First was released in November, and reached position 31 on the Finnish album charts. A single entitled The Carpenter had been released beforehand, and it reached position 8 on the Finnish singles chart.

In 1998 Sami Všnskš joined the band to play bass guitar. This year they released the album Oceanborn. This album was a little heavier than the previous one. It reached position 5 on the Finnish album charts. The single from that album, Sacrament of Wilderness, went straight to the first place of the Finnish single charts. This album did better than anyone expected.

In 1999 they recorded the single Sleeping Sun (Four Ballads of the Eclipse), for the eclipse in Germany. This single sold 15.000 copies during the first month in Germany alone. Oceanborn was certified gold in August.

In 2000 Nightwish participated in the Finnish qualification for the Eurovision song contest with the song "Sleepwalker". They ended up in third place. They won the public televoting, but the jury overruled. In May they released the album Wishmaster. It went straight to first position in the Finnish album charts, and stayed there for three weeks. During those three weeks it was certified gold. Wishmaster was, despite long-awaited releases from Iron Maiden and Bon Jovi, at the same time declared album of the month in the German magazine Rock Hard.

In 2001 Nightwish recorded a cover of Gary Moore's Over the Hills and Far Away. Together with a couple of new songs and a remake of an old one, this was released as the EP Over the Hills and Far Away. They also released a VHS, DVD and CD with live material. All of these were entitled From Wishes to Eternity. Shortly afterwards, Sami Všnskš left the band for personal reasons, and Marco Hietala from Sinergy joined the band. Hietala left Sinergy to join Nightwish, however, he is also a part of the band Tarot.

In 2002 Nightwish released Century Child, and the singles Ever Dream and Bless the Child. The main difference from previous albums is the use of a live orchestra on many songs, to get a stronger feeling of classical music. Century Child was certified gold two hours after its release, and platinum two weeks afterwards. It set a record on the Finnish album charts as well; never before had the second been so distant from the first place.

In 2003, Nightwish released a second DVD, entitled End of Innocence. Tarja also got married during the summer of 2003, and there were rumours abound that the band was about to split up. These rumours have been proven to be false, as they have played an entire year of gigs and released a new album since.

A new album entitled Once was released on the June 7, 2004, along with their first single, Nemo, from that album. Once is their second album to feature a full length song in Finnish (Kuolema tekee taiteilijan). It has also sold triple platinum in Finland, platinum in Germany and reached #1 on the Greek, German and Norwegian album charts.

Band members

  • Tarja Turunen - vocals
  • Tuomas Holopainen - keyboards, piano
  • Marco Hietala - bass, vocals
  • Erno "Emppu" Vuorinen - guitar
  • Jukka Nevalainen - drums

Former members

  • Sami Všnskš - bass

Discography

Albums

  • Angels Fall First (1997)
  • Oceanborn (1998)
  • Wishmaster (2000)
  • Century Child (2002)
  • Once (2004)

Singles

  • The Carpenter (1997)
  • Sacrament of Wilderness (1998)
  • Walking in the Air (1999)
  • Sleeping Sun (Four Ballads of the Eclipse) (1999)
  • Deep Silent Complete (2000)
  • Over the Hills and Far Away (2001)
  • Ever Dream (2002)
  • Bless the Child (2002)
  • Nemo (2004)
  • Wish I Had an Angel (2004)
  • Kuolema tekee taiteilijan (2004)

Compilations

  • Tales from the Elvenpath (2004)

DVDs

  • From Wishes to Eternity (2001)
  • End of Innocence (2003)

Similar bands

  • After Forever
  • Edenbridge
  • Elis
  • Epica
  • Sonata Arctica
  • Stratovarius
  • Theatre of Tragedy
  • Tristania
  • Visions of Atlantis
  • Within Temptation

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It has also sold triple platinum in Finland, platinum in Germany and reached #1 on the Greek, German and Norwegian album charts. Other bands like KoRn, Dream Theater, Velvet Revolver, PROBOT, Kittie, Mushroomhead, Type O Negative, System of a Down, Stone Temple Pilots, David Bowie, Unified Theory, Class of 99 and Wyclef Jean have recorded covers of Pink Floyd. A new album entitled Once was released on the June 7, 2004, along with their first single, Nemo, from that album. Once is their second album to feature a full length song in Finnish (Kuolema tekee taiteilijan). Luther Wright and the Wrongs made a country/bluegrass version of The Wall titled Rebuild the Wall (http://www.lutherwright.com/thewall.php). These rumours have been proven to be false, as they have played an entire year of gigs and released a new album since. Also Colonel Les Claypool's Fearless Flying Frog Brigade recorded a complete live performance of the Pink Floyd classic album, Animals on a CD titled Live Frogs Set 2 [2] (http://www.clubbastardo.com/music.html). Tarja also got married during the summer of 2003, and there were rumours abound that the band was about to split up. In addition, Easy Star All-Stars have recorded a reggae/trip hop 'tribute' to Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon [1] (http://www.easystar.com/dubsidemain.html).

In 2003, Nightwish released a second DVD, entitled End of Innocence. They include:. It set a record on the Finnish album charts as well; never before had the second been so distant from the first place. A multitude of tribute bands for Pink Floyd appeared in the 1990s. Century Child was certified gold two hours after its release, and platinum two weeks afterwards. In the mid-Nineties, several people (supposedly including Trent Reznor and Jim Cauty of the KLF) released bootleg trance remixes of More, Atom Heart Mother, Meddle, Obscured By Clouds, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here (which was later reissued), Animals, The Wall, A Collection of Great Dance Songs, The Final Cut, A Momentary Lapse of Reason, and The Division Bell. The main difference from previous albums is the use of a live orchestra on many songs, to get a stronger feeling of classical music. In fact, Thorgerson was involved in all the artwork for every album except for The Wall, for which the band employed Gerald Scarfe, and The Final Cut, the cover of which was designed by Waters himself, using photography made by his then brother-in-law, Willie Christie.

In 2002 Nightwish released Century Child, and the singles Ever Dream and Bless the Child. Many of these images have acquired fame in their own right; notably the famous picture of a man shaking the hand of his burning alter-ego for Wish You Were Here and the refracting prism for Dark Side of the Moon. Hietala left Sinergy to join Nightwish, however, he is also a part of the band Tarot. Throughout the band's career, this aspect was mainly provided by the talents of photographer and graphic artist Storm Thorgerson. Shortly afterwards, Sami Všnskš left the band for personal reasons, and Marco Hietala from Sinergy joined the band. The album covers and sleeve artwork add the emotional impact of the music with vivid and meaningful imagery. All of these were entitled From Wishes to Eternity. Integral to the music is the artwork which comes with it.

They also released a VHS, DVD and CD with live material. The show is estimated to be complete by mid 2005. Together with a couple of new songs and a remake of an old one, this was released as the EP Over the Hills and Far Away. It is, however, unknown what will be done with the songs co-written by Gilmour (Young Lust, Comfortably Numb, and Run Like Hell). In 2001 Nightwish recorded a cover of Gary Moore's Over the Hills and Far Away. The broadway version will feature all of the music written by Waters. Wishmaster was, despite long-awaited releases from Iron Maiden and Bon Jovi, at the same time declared album of the month in the German magazine Rock Hard. In 2004, it was announced that contracts had been signed for a Broadway musical version of The Wall, with extra music to be written by Waters.

During those three weeks it was certified gold. In 2002 Q magazine named Pink Floyd as one of the "50 Bands To See Before You Die". It went straight to first position in the Finnish album charts, and stayed there for three weeks. Rick Wright and Bob Geldof (Pink in The Wall film) make guest appearances. In May they released the album Wishmaster. David Gilmour released a solo concert DVD, called David Gilmour in Concert, released in November 2002 and compiled from shows from June 22, 2001, and January 17, 2002, at The Royal Festival Hall in London. They won the public televoting, but the jury overruled. The album Echoes caused some controversy because, on the album, songs segue into each other continuously in a different order than on their original albums and have sometimes had substantial parts removed from them; parts of the songs "Echoes", "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" and "Marooned" have been removed.

They ended up in third place. Because the band members have gone on to work on various projects (drummer Nick Mason has written a book on his days with the band named "Inside Out" A Personal History of Pink Floyd), and because of the death of longtime manager Steve O' Rourke on October 30, 2003, the future of the band is uncertain. In 2000 Nightwish participated in the Finnish qualification for the Eurovision song contest with the song "Sleepwalker". Although rumours are spreading that the threesome Floyd have returned to the studio to make new material, there is no official news to back up any claims to date. Oceanborn was certified gold in August. The only band activity since The Division Bell have been the 1995 live album P-U-L-S-E; a live version of The Wall, compiled from their 1980 and 1981 concerts, titled Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 2000; a two-disc set of their greatest hits called Echoes, in 2001; the 30th Anniversary Hybrid SACD reissue of "The Dark Side of the Moon" (2003); and a re-release of The Final Cut with the single "When the Tigers Broke Free" added (2004). This single sold 15.000 copies during the first month in Germany alone. Pink Floyd have not released any new studio material since 1994's The Division Bell, and while they have not officially broken up, neither is there any sign of a new album.

In 1999 they recorded the single Sleeping Sun (Four Ballads of the Eclipse), for the eclipse in Germany. Douglas Adams was a personal friend of David Gilmour and made a one-off guest appearance, on guitar, on The Division Bell tour (October 28, 1994). This album did better than anyone expected. The lavish stage shows were also the basis for Douglas Adams' fictional rock group "Disaster Area" (creators of the loudest noise in the universe, and making use of solar-flares in their stage show) in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series. The single from that album, Sacrament of Wilderness, went straight to the first place of the Finnish single charts. This show was re-created (by Waters) and a number of guest artists (including Bryan Adams, The Scorpions, and Van Morrison) assembled around Roger Waters in 1990 amid the ruins of the Berlin Wall. It reached position 5 on the Finnish album charts. Later in the show, a huge wall was built between the audience and the band, being demolished, explosively, as the finale.

This album was a little heavier than the previous one. Pink Floyd mounted their most elaborate stage show in conjunction with the tour of The Wall, in which a band of session musicians played the first song, wearing rubber face masks (proving successfully that the members of the band were not known for their individual personalities). This year they released the album Oceanborn. Later, additional special effects were added to the show, including lasers, pyrotechnics, and oversized balloons, notably a giant pig balloon which floated over the audience during performances of "Pigs" from the Animals album. In 1998 Sami Všnskš joined the band to play bass guitar. Screen"). A single entitled The Carpenter had been released beforehand, and it reached position 8 on the Finnish singles chart. In their early days, Pink Floyd were among the first bands to use a dedicated traveling light show in conjunction with their performances, projecting slides, film clips, and psychedelic patterns onto a large circular screen (dubbed "Mr.

Angels Fall First was released in November, and reached position 31 on the Finnish album charts. Pink Floyd are renowned for their lavish stage shows, combining over-the-top visual experiences with their music to create a show in which the artists themselves are almost secondary. In May the same year, they were signed onto the Finnish record label Spinefarm Records for two records. Waters' Amused To Death was the most praised of these albums, though it was met with mixed reviews. These songs can be found on the limited edition of Angels Fall First. All of the members of Pink Floyd have released solo albums which have met with varying degrees of commercial and critical success. In April they went into the studio and recorded seven songs. Richard Wright re-joined during the recording sessions of A Momentary Lapse of Reason first as a session musician, paid a weekly salary, and later reinstated as a full-fledged member of the band for the 1994 release of The Division Bell and its subsequent tour, which was promoted by legendary Canadian concert impressario Michael Cohl and became the highest-grossing tour in rock history to that date.

The acoustic guitar was replaced with an electric one. The band under Gilmour returned to the studio with producer Bob Ezrin. In early 1997 Jukka Nevalainen joined the band, to play drums. A bitter legal dispute with Roger Waters (who left the band in 1985) ensued, but Gilmour and Mason were upheld in their contention that they had the legal right to continue as Pink Floyd (Waters, however, gained the rights to some traditional Pink Floyd imagery, including almost all of the Wall props and characters and all of the rights to "The Final Cut"). The name Nightwish came from one of the songs on their very first acoustic demo ("Nightwish", "The Forever Moments" and "Etišinen"). After The Final Cut, the band members went their separate ways, each releasing solo albums, until 1987, when Gilmour and Mason began to revive the band. At this time there were three band members: Holopainen, Turunen and Erno "Emppu" Vuorinen (guitar). There was no tour, and the band unofficially disbanded in 1983.

It started out as Holopainen's experiment using keyboards, acoustic guitar and the operatic voice of Tarja Turunen. The arguing between Waters and Gilmour by this stage was rumoured to be so bad that they were never seen in the recording studio simultaneously. Nightwish's formation officially took place in Kitee, Finland in July of 1996. Only moderately successful by Floyd standards, the album yielded only one rock radio hit, "Not Now John". The recent commercial success of Nightwish has made certain power metal elitists label their music pop metal. Though released as a Pink Floyd album, the project was clearly dominated by Waters and became a prototype in sound and form for later Waters solo projects. Tuomas Holopainen once described their music as "melodic heavy metal with a female voice". Wright's absence meant this album lacked the keyboard effects seen in previous Floyd works, although guests Michael Kamen and Andy Bown both contributed keyboard work.

The musical style of Nightwish has been described as epic metal, power metal, opera metal, symphonic metal, and goth metal, amongst others. Even darker in tone than The Wall, this album re-examined many of the themes of that album while also addressing then-current events, including Waters' anger at Britain's participation in the Falklands War ("The Fletcher Memorial Home") and his cynicism toward, and fear of, nuclear war ("Two Suns in the Sunset"). In recent songs, Marco Hietala, the bass player, has started to sing as well. 1983 saw the release of The Final Cut. These are performed by Tarja Turunen, who has studied classical singing in the Finnish Sibelius Academy, and currently studies opera singing in Germany. The creation of the film saw a further deterioration of the Waters/Gilmour relationship, as Waters came to completely dominate the band. While the songs are mostly written by the band's keyboard player, Tuomas Holopainen, their success is also widely attributed to the vocals. A film entitled Pink Floyd The Wall starring Boomtown Rats founder Bob Geldof was adapted from it in 1982, written by Waters and directed by Alan Parker, and featuring striking animation by noted British cartoonist Gerald Scarfe.

Nightwish is a Finnish goth/power metal band, formed in 1996. The Wall remained on best-selling-album lists for 14 years. Within Temptation. The album was co-produced by Bob Ezrin, a friend of Waters who shared songwriting credits on "The Trial" and whom Waters then kicked out of the Floyd camp after Ezrin inadvertently talked about the album to a journalist relative. Visions of Atlantis. Ironically, he was the only member of Pink Floyd to make any money from the "Wall" shows, the rest having to cover the excessive costs. Tristania. Wright returned, on a fixed wage, for the album's few live concerts.

Theatre of Tragedy. During this time, Waters increased his artistic influence and leadership over the band, prompting frequent conflicts with the other members and even leading to the firing of Wright from the band. Stratovarius. The album also became a vastly expensive and money-losing tour/stage show, although the album's sales got the band out of the financial hole they were in. Sonata Arctica. It is also one of a very small number of songs on Pink Floyd's first four concept albums not to segue at either the beginning or end. Epica. 1979's epic rock opera, The Wall, conceived mainly by Waters, gave Pink Floyd renewed acclaim and another hit single with their foray into critical pedagogy - "Another Brick in the Wall, Part II." It also included "Comfortably Numb," which, though never released as a single, became a cornerstone of AOR and classic-rock radio playlists and is today one of the group's best-known songs.

Elis. Animals was a lot more guitar-driven than the previous albums and marked the start of tensions between Waters and Wright. Edenbridge. Animals contained more lengthy songs tied to a theme, taken in part from George Orwell's Animal Farm, using pigs, dogs and sheep as metaphors for members of contemporary society. After Forever. By 1977, and the release of Animals, the band's music came under increasing criticism from some quarters in the new punk rock sphere as being too flabby and pretentious, having lost its way from the simplicity of early rock and roll. End of Innocence (2003). The album also includes the epics "Welcome to the Machine" and "Have a Cigar.".

From Wishes to Eternity (2001). In addition to the classic title track, "Wish You Were Here" includes the critically acclaimed, mostly instrumental nine-part "Shine On You Crazy Diamond", a tribute to Barrett in which the lyrics deal explicitly with the aftermath of his breakdown. Tales from the Elvenpath (2004). The first of those, Wish You Were Here, released in 1975, is a theme album about absence. Kuolema tekee taiteilijan (2004). Dark Side of the Moon and the three following albums (Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Wall) are held up by some fans as the peak of Pink Floyd's career. Wish I Had an Angel (2004). Thanks to the use of new 16-track recording equipment at Abbey Road Studios and the investment of an enormous amount of time by engineer Alan Parsons, the album set new standards for sound fidelity.

Nemo (2004). Dark Side of the Moon was a concept album dealing with themes of insanity, neurosis and fame. Bless the Child (2002). Despite their never having been a hit-single-driven group, their massively successful 1973 album, Dark Side of the Moon, featured a US number Top 20 track ("Money"), and more importantly remained in the top 100 for over a decade, breaking many records on the way, and making it one of the top selling albums of all time. Ever Dream (2002). A less-well-known album, Obscured By Clouds, was released in 1972, as the soundtrack for the film "La Vallee" and was the band's first US Top 50 album. Over the Hills and Far Away (2001). Their taste for experimentation was expressed on "Seamus" (earlier, "Mademoiselle Nobs"), a pure-blues number featuring lead vocals by a Russian wolfhound.

Deep Silent Complete (2000). This album also included the atmospheric "One of These Days" (a concert classic, with a distorted, disembodied one-line vocal, "One of these days, I'm going to cut you into little pieces"-courtesy of drummer Nick Mason, his only released vocal performance) and the pop-jazz stylings of "San Tropez". Sleeping Sun (Four Ballads of the Eclipse) (1999). The band's sound was considerably more focused on Meddle (1971), with the 23-minute epic "Echoes" (in this track the band used the Zinovieff's VCS3 synth for the first time) . Walking in the Air (1999). The title piece owes much to orchestration by Ron Geesin. Sacrament of Wilderness (1998). 1970's Atom Heart Mother, a UK number one album, is somewhat dated and has been described by Gilmour as the sound of a band "blundering about in the dark".

The Carpenter (1997). After the film soundtrack More, the next record, the double album Ummagumma (part recorded at Mothers Rock Club, Birmingham, and in Manchester in 1969), was a mix of live recordings and unchecked studio experimentation by the band members, with each recording half a side of vinyl as a solo project (Mason's wife makes an uncredited contribution as a flautist). Once (2004). Whilst Barrett had written the bulk of the first record, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967), he contributed just one song 'Jugband Blues' to the second A Saucerful of Secrets (1968). Century Child (2002). Once Barrett's departure was formalised, Jenner and King decided to remain with him, and the six-way Blackhill partnership was dissolved. Wishmaster (2000). The band's live shows became increasingly ramshackle until, eventually, the other band members simply stopped taking him to the concerts.

Oceanborn (1998). With Barrett's behaviour becoming less and less predictable, and use of LSD almost constant, he became very unstable, often staring into space while the rest of the band performed. Angels Fall First (1997). In 1968, guitarist David Gilmour joined the band to carry out the playing and singing duties of Barrett, whose mental health was deteriorating, but nevertheless was intended to remain as the band's figurehead and songwriter. Sami Všnskš - bass. The album's tracks showcase an eclectic mixture of music, from the avant garde free form piece 'Interstellar Overdrive' to whimsical songs, such as 'Scarecrow', a melancholic song inspired by the Fenlands, the rural region surrounding Barrett's home town of Cambridge. Jukka Nevalainen - drums. Released in 1967, the band's debut The Piper at the Gates of Dawn is considered to be a prime example of English psychedelic music.

Erno "Emppu" Vuorinen - guitar. The band formed Blackhill Enterprises, a six-way business partnership with their managers, Peter Jenner and Andrew King. Marco Hietala - bass, vocals. They covered rhythm and blues staples such as "Louie, Louie". As Barrett started writing tunes more influenced by American surf music, psychedelic rock, and British whimsy, humour and literature, the heavily jazz-oriented Klose departed and left a rather stable foursome. Tuomas Holopainen - keyboards, piano. Pink Floyd originally consisted of Bob Klose (lead guitar), Syd Barrett (vocals, rhythm guitar), Richard Wright (keyboards, vocals), Roger Waters (bass, vocals) and Nick Mason (drums). Tarja Turunen - vocals. The definite article was dropped by the time their debut album was released.

The band was again renamed The Pink Floyd Sound and then simply The Pink Floyd (after two blues musicians, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council). Pink Floyd formed in 1964 from earlier bands whose names included Sigma 6, T-Set, Meggadeaths, The Screaming Abdabs, The Architectural Abdabs, and The Abdabs. Pink Floyd is one of rock's most successful acts, ranking seventh in number of albums sold worldwide. Pink Floyd is a British progressive band famous for its songwriting, harmonic classical rock compositions, bombastic style, striking album art and elaborate live shows.

Floydian Slip. Final Cut (German Band). Pink Froyd. Off The Wall (http://offthewall.info/).

Pink Void. Think Floyd. The Pink Floyd Experience. The Great Gig in the Sky.

The Machine. The Australian Pink Floyd Show. Which One's Pink? (http://whichonespink.com/). Pig Floyd http://pigfloyd.com.

For about ten years from 1982, a fanzine, "The Amazing Pudding" documented the band's activities. Live at Pompeii: Directors Cut (2003) (DVD with live performance pre-DSOTM; previously available on video cassette, laserdisc, and video CD). Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980-81 (2000) (live). P-U-L-S-E (1995) (2CD, live, also on VHS).

London '66-'67 (1995, not sanctioned by the band). Delicate Sound of Thunder (1988) (live, also on VHS). Tonite Let's all make Love in London (1967). Echoes (2001) (2CD best-of compilation).

Shine On (1992) (compilation, CD box set). Works (1983) (compilation). A Collection of Great Dance Songs (1981) (compilation). A Nice Pair (1973) (compilation).

Masters of Rock (1973 or 1974) (compilation). Obscured By Clouds (1972). Zabriskie Point (1970) (soundtrack; various artists)]. Music From the Film More (1969).

The Final Cut - Reissue (2004). Dark Side of the Moon (30th anniversary edition) (2003). The Division Bell (1994). A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987).

The Final Cut (1983). The Wall (1979) (2LP). Animals (1977). Wish You Were Here (1975).

Dark Side of the Moon (1973). Relics (1971) (out-takes and b-sides). Meddle (1971). Atom Heart Mother (1970).

Ummagumma (1969) (2LP, live and studio). A Saucerful of Secrets (1968). The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967).

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