Rahul Sharma

The Siren (song)

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Released  June 25, 2005
Length  5:09
Format  CD
Recorded  November 2003-March 2004 at Tempputupa Studios, Finland
Label  Spinefarm, Nuclear Blast
Writer(s)  Tuomas Holopainen, Emppu Vuorinen

"The Siren" is the fourth and last single of Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish's fifth studio album Once. The song was recorded with the London Session Orchestra and includes many exotic instruments, for example an electric violin and a sitar; it also has very few lines.

Contents

"Symphony of Destruction", a live cover included on the single, was originally performed by Megadeth on their album Countdown to Extinction. It was also released as a bonus track on the platinum edition of "Once".

The song was performed with previous frontwoman, Anette Olzon, and on September 19, 2009, at the Hartwall Areena, the band was supported by two cellists from the Finnish Cello rock band Apocalyptica.

Spinefarm Records

  1. The Siren (edited)
  2. The Siren (album version)
  3. The Siren (live)
  4. Kuolema tekee taiteilijan (live)

Nuclear Blast Records

  1. The Siren (edited)
  2. The Siren (album version)
  3. The Siren (live)
  4. Symphony of Destruction (live)
  5. Kuolema Tekee Taiteilijan (live)

Nems Enterprises

  1. The Siren (edited)
  2. The Siren
  3. The Siren (live)

Bonus tracks:

  1. Creek Mary' s Blood (orch. istr. score)
  2. Symphony of Destruction (live)

Chart performance

The Siren reached th 59th place in the Swiss charts, 51st in the German charts, 30th in Swedish the charts, third in the Finnish charts and fifteenth in the Danish charts.

References

The Siren (song) Wikipedia


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