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"Memories" is the second single of the album The Silent Force of Dutch rock band Within Temptation. It peaked at #11 in the Netherlands. The Silent Force is the third studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band Within Temptation, released on November 15, 2004, by GUN Records. It was released as three versions: a basic version with jewel case and no booklet; a standard version with jewel case and an eight page booklet; and a premium version as a digipak with luxury artwork, enhanced CD-ROM content and two bonus tracks. Only one week after its release, the album reached Gold status in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Finland. On August 5, 2008, The Silent Force along with Mother Earth were released in the United States on Roadrunner Records.[2] Within Temptation is a Dutch metal band. The band was founded in 1996 by vocalist Sharon den Adel and guitarist Robert Westerholt. Their music is.    Download this sheet!
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Within Temptation is a Dutch metal band. The band was founded in 1996 by vocalist Sharon den Adel and guitarist Robert Westerholt. Their music is described as gothic metal, symphonic metal and gothic rock, although in an interview, Den Adel said they fell into a symphonic rock genre with various influences, and in a later interview with 3VOOR12, Sharon stated that "we consider ourselves more a symphonic rock/metal band ... we are in my opinion no gothic band". Directly after the release of their first album Enter, the band became prominent in the underground scene. However it wasn't until 2001 that they became known to the general public, with the single "Ice Queen" from the album Mother Earth, which reached #2 on the charts. Since then, the band won the Conamus Exportprijs five years in a row. Their next album The Silent Force debuted at #1 on the Dutch charts, as did their latest, The Heart of Everything. "Memories" is the second single of the album The Silent Force of Dutch rock band Within Temptation. It peaked at #11 in the Netherlands. The Silent Force is the third studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band Within Temptation, released on.
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