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World Fame (2002–2005) In Nightwish’s album “Century Child”, released in 2002, Holopainen began collaborating with symphonic orchestras from Finland and the United Kingdom, which was a change in the band’s music and Holopainen’s style of composition, and also allowed for more freedom with additional instruments. The album was received well, but the band has since lost fans due to a lack of new albums –- for the same reason that “Fallen” was delayed by four years. released “Killing Romance”, a Finnish single with three previously unreleased tracks; “Killing Romance”, “Joutsenlaulu” and “Too Sad to Live”.The use of orchestral elements has been present in the studio album releases from Nightwish as of December 31, 2007. Nightwish’s fifth studio album, “Once” was released in 2004, and became their US break-through.Holopainen is best known for being the keyboardist, band leader and main songwriter of metal band Nightwish.

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Singles “Nemo” and “Wish I Had an Angel” were played on MTV.

Nightwish started their most extensive tour to date, the Once World Tour, visiting several countries, like Japan, for the first time.

These events also inspired him in the writing of “Dark Passion Play”, Nightwish’s latest album, which may be considered their darkest album yet. announced that they would soon start recording the successor to “Fallen”, but it was reported in the same autumn that the album once again was postponed.

After heavy metal singer Timo Rautiainen’s break up of Trio Niskalaukaus, he published his first solo album titled “Sarvivuori” with a crew gathered from different bands, including Holopainen on keyboards. In April of 2007 Holopainen collaborated with fellow Nightwish member Marco Hietala to write a theme song for the Finnish film “Lieksa! The song, “While Your Lips Are Still Red”, was the first song he had written specifically for a film, though several Nightwish songs (“Nemo”, “Wish I Had an Angel”, “Amaranth”) have been included in film soundtracks.

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