The story takes place in a mythological world with demons, gods, and humans cohabiting, set during the Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors period. The world is split into three kingdoms - Xuan Yang, Ling Yun and Xuan Mu.
Chi Yun is a war god from Ruo Jiang Tribe, a wild beast-turned-man driven by revenge, who wants to dominate and unite all living things under one ruler. His resolve is immovable until he meets Mu Qingmo, a princess from the Xuan Yang Kingdom. However, Qingmo is betrothed by her family to Prince Sheng Lun from the Ling Yun Kingdom. Nonetheless, her heart belongs to Chi Yun. The two made a promise to meet annually under the peach blossoms of No Return Valley, where Chi Yun made Qingmo a promise of love, that he will give up everything, and stay by her side for the rest of their lives.
Complications arise when Qingmo's father invades Ruo Jiang in order to attain world domination. Torn between family and love, Qingmo is forced to make some difficult choices when her kingdom clashes with Ruo Jiang numerous times, resulting in world chaos.
Runtime: 35 minutes
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Life, Love & Hope is the sixth studio album by American rock band Boston. It was released on December 3, 2013 by Frontiers Records, making it their first studio album in eleven years. It is the first album released following the death of Brad Delp. Delp recorded vocals on the songs “Didn't Mean to Fall in Love”, “Sail Away”, “Someone”, and “Te Quiero Mia”, the last of which being a re-arrangement of “I Had a Good Time”, from Corporate America.
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In its first week of release, the album charted No. 37 on the Billboard 200, with 16,321 copies sold. However, the album's sales fell rapidly after the first week, and it exited the chart after three weeks. A vinyl double album was produced, limited to 1,000 copies, the release of which was delayed several times and was released in late 2014, a complete year after the original release date. However, the release of the vinyl version of 'Life, Love & Hope' did not receive the blessing of Tom Scholz. According to Scholz via a facebook post of BOSTON's facebook page, “unacceptable vinyl master” was wrecked by “clicks, static and dropouts during many of the quiet segues between the cuts.” Scholz went on to explain, “Our summer tour was in full swing by the time I reviewed it, and there was no possibility of mastering again,” Scholz said. “I made the decision to reject the vinyl master — which meant all the effort to create it would be for nothing. Or so I thought.” Despite intending to scrap the vinyl project completely due to the damaged master pressings, the two disc vinyl pressing was released on 180g virgin vinyl on December 12, 2014. While the release did not have Scholz's blessing, the gate folds of the LP do contain a message from Scholz, which reads, “When I started recording this album over ten years ago, I never thought I'd be running mixes for vinyl in 2014!” This suggests that while the master pressing did not have Scholz's blessing, he did intend to publish it eventually. The message goes on to say, “Many of the pieces on this vinyl edition are entirely analogue, mastered directly from mixes made from 24 track to stereo tape, with no digital interface or editing. While this added many weeks to the production time, the natural sound of these tracks could only be accomplished by preserving the analogue waveform from instruments to vinyl.”
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