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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: November 20, 2003 at 10:39|
|Without a doubt their best release so far. Here you got both the power metal stuff and the hardrocking catchy choruses. Great great album and live they kick ass too. The most down to earth guys that really knows how to treat their fans!!!
||Date: December 12, 2003 at 8:31|
|Who the fuck labelled this AOR??? Couldn't be more misleading...Yes, their debut was AOR then they turned Hardrock but nowadays it's more of a blend between Prog. & Melodic Metal...If it's the polished sound & the keys that triggered the AOR label then you've only listened to appr. 2 secs. of every song...
||Date: January 28, 2004 at 18:53|
|Their style is very much classic German melodic hard rock, with a dose of keyboard & guitar pompousness thrown in for added value. A strong performance and excellent production and mix make it a musically strong album.
||Date: January 20, 2005 at 3:27|
|Three reviews and three different labels for the music, and I understand why. Firstly, sorry Motley but I HUGELY disagree with you in regards to this being their best album. I personally think it is by far their worst. As other say, this is more Power metal/Prog / Melodic / classic metal. Either way, most songs are fast, hookless and totally boring to me. Two attempts at the more melodic/AOR sound also miss the mark here in 'Don't count on love' and 'Heart on the line'. Damn shame...
||Date: January 20, 2005 at 21:25|
|Geoff,we have sometimes different likings,expecially about Domain in the case.Killer band IMO,I love all their cd's,startin from"lost in city"under Kingdom name(don't know why for Kingdom Come's fault they had to change name,pure shame!)where they played amazing class aor,become more powerful but always original melodick with the followin'.I really like also this one,and"Don't count on love"is KILLER MELODICK!!!yes,nothin'new but great,IMO.But I respect/understand every comment about this band
||Date: January 23, 2005 at 7:02|
|Yeah, z4roxx I must admit it saddens me to speak ill of this band because I really like the guys and will always give their albums a chance but I guess I was just left a little disappointed by recent efforts. This is a very good album for what it is, but like you I like the first three albums and whilst I don't expect a rehash of each album, I guess I'd just like to see songs of similar quality and diversity (rather than 10/13 fast paced like this). Good band, just not a favourte disc of mine
||Date: January 23, 2005 at 19:02|
|Yes,I love Domain!I love the first 3 cd's(expecially the 3rd,marvellous,IMO).But I must say that they still do fine releases as well...
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