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Wishmastour 2000
June 2001
Released: 2001, Spinefarm Records
Rating: 4.0/5
Reviewer: El Cid

This is a very limited edition CD featuring the much loved Nightwish.

I was very happy when I saw this for sale on ebay a while ago, this is what MANY bands should do (you listening Akerfeldt???) instead of re-releasing your old albums with the bonus tracks they had in foreign versions, you take a CD and shove all the bonus tracks in there together thus saving the listener quite an amount of money by having him buy one CD instead of 3 or 4!

This EP features 5 tracks which are either bonus tracks from foreign versions of angels fall first and oceanborn or unreleased versions of songs from all 3 albums. It also contains 2 video tracks which are Sleeping Sun and a live version of Sacrament of Wilderness that really does it for me!

In all this is a great catch if you’re a fan of this magnificent band and I do recommend you get it on ebay since the price is usually under $8.

Some extra info on this limited release

Wishmastour 2000

1. Wishmaster

2. Sleepwalker

3. Passion And The Opera (Single Edit)

4. Nightquest

5. A Return To The Sea

6. Once Upon A Troubadour

Two videos: "Sleeping Sun" and "Sacrament Of Wilderness".

This EP is a collection of bonus tracks and b-sides which had only been released in France and is a limited edition.

- "Sleepwalker" also appears on the "Deep Silent Complete" single.

- "Nightquest" also appears on the "Walking In The Air" single.

- There is a limited edition of "Oceanborn" on which the songs "Passion And The Opera (Single Edit)" and "Nightquest" can be found.

- And there is a limited edition of "Angels Fall First" on which the songs "A Return To The Sea" and "Once Upon A Troubadour" can be found.

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