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Becoming (Ari Koivunen album)

Becoming
Ari Koivunen
Released June 11, 2008
Genre Hard rock
Power metal
Length 52:32
Label Sony BMG
Producer Nino Laurenne
Pasi Heikkilä
Ari Koivunen chronology

Fuel for the Fire
(2007)
Becoming
(2008)

Becoming is the second album by Ari Koivunen, who won the 2007 Finnish Idols competition. The twelfth and final track on the album is an acoustic version of "The Evil That Men Do". The song is a cover song from the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. Ari previously had performed the song during the 2007 Finnish Idols competition, but the album version is an acoustic arrangement and has a slightly altered organization of the lyrics. [1] [2]

Track listing

  1. "Raging Machine" - 4:34
  2. "Under the Burning Sky" - 5:49
  3. "Give Me a Reason" - 3:49
  4. "Sign of Our Times" - 4:33
  5. "Sweet Madness" - 5:36
  6. "Father" - 5:52
  7. "Keepers of the Night" - 4:45
  8. "Tears Keep Falling" - 4:47
  9. "Hero's Gold" - 3:56
  10. "My Mistake" - 4:18
  11. "Unscarred Within" - 4:18 [3] [4]

Bonus track

  1. "The Evil That Men Do"*

Personnel

References

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