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* YourCheatingHeart: Zailm's great mistake, leading to his ultimate downfall, is his affair with the barbarian princess Lolix, after he had married the princess of Atlantis, Anzimee.


* MonsterSobStory: Mainin had already turned to the Black Arts to seek knowledge, but it was the death of the woman he loved that provoked him into complete supervillainy.


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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Mainin had already turned to the Black Arts to seek knowledge, but it was the death of the woman he loved that provoked him into complete supervillainy.

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* LongestSongGoesLast: The album ends with "Riders on the First Ark" (7:18).


'''Queen of the Wave''' is Music/PepeDeluxe's fourth studio album, released in 2012.

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'''Queen Queen of the Wave''' Wave is Music/PepeDeluxe's fourth studio album, released in 2012.

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* NoahsStoryArc: It ends with "Riders on the First Ark", describing Nepth and his family escaping Atlantis' destruction by boat, and taking a variety of animals with them. According to the song, unicorns are extinct because Nepth forgot to bring them.

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* EpicRocking: "Riders on the First Ark", technically. The song proper is only about five minutes long. But there's about a minute of ocean sounds tacked on the end, then an instrumental coda, bringing the total length to over seven minutes.


* OneWordTitle: "Queenswave".



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* RockOperaRockOpera: Described as such.



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''Queen of the Wave'' is Music/PepeDeluxe's fourth studio album, released in 2012.

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''Queen '''Queen of the Wave'' Wave''' is Music/PepeDeluxe's fourth studio album, released in 2012.



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!! Tracklist
# "Queenswave" (4:54)
# "A Night and a Day" (4:04)
# "Go Supersonic" (4:44)
# "Temple of Unfed Fire" (2:48)
# "Contain Thyself" (3:52)
# "Hesperus Garden" (4:09)
# "Grave Prophecy" (4:33)
# "In the Cave" (1:51)
# "My Flaming Thirst" (3:49)
# "Iron Giant" (2:22)
# "The Storm" (3:43)
# "Riders on the First Ark" (7:18)



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* PunBasedTitle: "Riders on the First Ark", a pun on ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk''.


* CrossoverCosmology: The Greek story of Atlantis is merged with [[TheBible the pre-flood history from Genesis]]. The knowledge and technology of Atlantis is a direct result of man eating from the Tree Of Knowledge in Eden (unlike the Biblical account, this is portrayed as an unambiguously good turn of events), and Nepth is just Noah by a different name.

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* CrossoverCosmology: The Greek story of Atlantis is merged with [[TheBible [[Literature/TheBible the pre-flood history from Genesis]]. The knowledge and technology of Atlantis is a direct result of man eating from the Tree Of Knowledge in Eden (unlike the Biblical account, this is portrayed as an unambiguously good turn of events), and Nepth is just Noah by a different name.


* {{Atlantis}}
* BittersweetEnding: The album ends with all the protagonists and antagonists dead, and Atlantis sunk into the ocean. However, Nepth escapes the destruction and finds a new home for humanity to rebuild, "and the future will sparkle again."

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* {{Atlantis}}
TheArk: "Riders on the First Ark", with Nepth and his family escaping Atlantis on a boat.
* {{Atlantis}}: The setting.
* BittersweetEnding: The album ends with all the protagonists and antagonists dead, and Atlantis sunk into the ocean. However, Nepth escapes the destruction a handful of survivors escape and finds find a new home for humanity to rebuild, "and the future will sparkle again."



* TheFairFolk: Mentioned offhand in "A Night and a Day": "The hole where the fairies said their word / a perverse thing to follow."

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* SettingIntroductionSong: "Queenswave", which introduces the time, and "Temple of Unfed Fire" which introduces Atlantis.

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* VillainSong: "A Night and a Day".


* TheFairFolk: Mentioned offhand in "A Night and a Day": "The fairies' word, a perverse thing to follow."

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* TheFairFolk: Mentioned offhand in "A Night and a Day": "The fairies' word, hole where the fairies said their word / a perverse thing to follow."



* LostTechnology: Atlantean technology included iron automatons, AntiMatter light, airships, aerial water generators, television, and astral interplanetary travel.



* {{Sampling}}: This album continues Pepe Deluxé's quest to record music that doesn't use samples, but sounds like it does.



* {{Sampling}}: This album continues Pepe Deluxé's quest to record music that doesn't use samples, but sounds like it does.
* TheWorldTree: The Tree of Knowledge, mentioned in "Contain Thyself".

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* {{Sampling}}: This album continues Pepe Deluxé's quest to record music that doesn't use samples, but sounds like it does.
SufficientlyAdvancedBambooTechnology: Atlantean technology included iron automatons, AntiMatter light, airships, aerial water generators, television, and astral interplanetary travel.
* TheWorldTree: WorldTree: The Tree of Knowledge, mentioned in "Contain Thyself".

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