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Emilie Autumn - Opheliac

October 25, 2007
By Anonymous

Album- Opheliac
Artist- Emilie Autumn
Label- Trisol Records
Release Date- 2006

Emilie Autumn cannot be described with a single genre. He sound is unique. She has been compared to artists such as Tori Amos and Depeeche Mode, even the legendary Ludwig van Beethoven. It has been described as violindustrial, victrogoth, and victoriandustrial.

Emilie takes her very sarcastic but sad outlook on life and weaves into a song. She attacks everything from marriage (in Marry Me) to the anguish of being a woman (in Thank God I'm Pretty) to even the morals of humanity (in Gothic Lolita).

In my opinion everyone should own this album. It is beautiful, sad, and funny. Her combination of sound makes it something for everyone to enjoy. So, go get it!

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on Jan. 6 2011 at 5:30 pm
heaven_sent_666 BRONZE, Youngstown, Ohio
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Favorite Quote:
"Being in the dark means you are one step closer to seeing the light"

Emilie Autumn is my personal hero. To know her story is to live a lifetime of sadness and irony.