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A Semblance of Normality

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Released  21 June 2004
Artist  Skyclad
Producer  Kevin Ridley
Genre  Folk metal
Length  47:19
Release date  21 June 2004
Label  Demolition Records
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Recorded  Damage Inc. Studio, Ventimiglia, Italy
A Semblance of Normality (2004)  In the... All Together (2009)
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Skyclad a semblance of normality full album

A Semblance of Normality is the eleventh studio album by the British folk metal band Skyclad, released in the year 2004. It is the first "new" album the band recorded with Kevin Ridley as vocalist since this album's predecessor No Daylights... Nor Heel Taps.


With this album Skyclad went back to a more heavy and experimental style, though their "classic hard rock" influences are very obvious on this release. It can be compared to the band's mid-1990s albums.

Several tracks on this album feature 14 musicians of The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.


1Intro (Pipes Solo)0:53
2Do They Mean Us?3:26
3A Good Day to Bury Bad News4:42


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