Secret Society is the seventh studio album by the Swedish rock band Europe. It was released on October 25, 2006, by Sanctuary Records. We think it's one of the strongest albums that Europe has ever done," vocalist Joey Tempest said, "There is definitely some more melodic stuff on this one. Start from the Dark was very raw and made a statement, which is cool but for us it felt like a debut album in a way, so we wanted to branch out a bit on this one and take it to new levels.
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Secret Society is Europe rising, again. The album begins very hard and loud before moving into the deep cut "Wish I Could Believe. Essentially, tracks 6-11 are all excellent songs right in a row closing the album better than it began, which is symbolic of Europe's transgression. The album closes on the thrilling "Devil Sings the Blues", perhaps the most complex song in their entire catalog.