NIGHTWISH's brand-new CD collection, entitled "Highest Hopes - The Best Of Nightwish", has entered the national album charts in the following countries:
#57: Czech Republic
The album, which was released in two different formats (the normal version, and limited edition, featuring a bonus disc containing three video clips filmed at the Mera Luna Festival in Hildesheim, Germany in 2003: "She Is My Sin", "Dead to the World" and "Kinslayer"), features a cover of PINK FLOYD's "High Hopes" and a new recording of the song "Sleeping Sun", for which the band recently shot a video in Prague, Czech Republic. The clip was directed by Jörn Heitmann, who has previously worked with such artists as RAMMSTEIN ("Keine Lust", "Amerika") and THE RASMUS ("No Fear").
NIGHTWISH's most recent collection of new material, "Once", has sold about 100,000 copies in Finland so far.
For a full NIGHTWISH artist biography, global gig guide and discography, with international chart positions, visit Rockdetector.com.
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