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Release date: 3 February 1998
Style: Gothic metal

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7.9 | 292 votes

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01. Slow Down!
02. HandmadeGod
03. 2econd Skin
04. Abysmo
05. Flesh
06. Magdalene
07. V.C. (Gloria Domini)
08. EuroticA
09. Mute
10. Dekadance
11. Let The Children Cum To Me...
12. The Hanged Man
13. 13!

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Additional info
Recorded at: Woodhouse Studios (Hagen/Germany) 21/7/1997 - 19/9/1997
Produced by: Waldemar Sorychta & Moonspell
Mixed by: Siggi Bemm, Waldemar Sorychta & Moonspell
Vocal coach: Brigit Zucher (also additional vocals on Flesh)
Chorus by: MS Coiro
Pre-produced by: Markus Freiwald & Moonspell at Mute studio June 1997, Dortmund
Cover/booklet & bandphotos: Rolf Brenner, all shots taken in Portugal, April '97
Model: Miriam Carmo
Art Direction: Carsten Drescher (Media Logistics) & Moonspell
All music by Moonspell.

Note: This album is more gothic rock than metal.

Century Media released 2 versions of the album, both in slipcase, one with the normal cover and the other with embossed in white.

Also released on LP, limited to 1,500 copies.

Guest review by
Passenger

Rating:
9.0
"Não há duas sem três" is a popular Portuguese proverb and basically, though it has no direct translation to English, means that if you have two, you'll have three. What do I mean with this saying? I mean that after two masterpieces we had to be blessed with a third one.

"Sin/Pecado" is very different from the previous albums, but Moonspell has taught us that that is positive and that we don't have to fear change. This is the most calm Moonspell album, still influenced by Doom Metal but more centered in the Gothic Metal environment, giving this album a newer, more emotional and beautiful athmosphere. For this reasons the rough vocals aren't as used as in "Wolfheart" or "Irreligious" and clean vocals make most of the album, showing us another side of Fernando Ribeiro's singing capabilities.

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