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Label: AOR Heaven (Germany)
Catalog Number: 00036
|1.||A Fools Crusade||3:43||Listen|
|2.||I Don't Wanna Wait||5:26||Listen|
|5.||Dancing When the Night Falls||6:16||Listen|
|6.||King of Scum||4:38||Listen|
|7.||Download a Dream||5:57||Listen|
|8.||Tell Me How It Feels||5:21||Listen|
|11.||Keep From Falling||4:32||Listen|
|14.||Download a Dream reprise||4:21||Listen|
|Total Running Time:||69:27|
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|From: newscandi||Date: November 3, 2008 at 9:26|
|I listened to some samples here. Sadly it's always the same with them. What was innovative once when the first album came out is now grey everyday. I LOVE their debut, I unfortunatly have their second release which has that genius EDEN song, this one I won't buy myself. Actually it's the same with so many bands, you don't need all their albums..|
|From: Geoff||Date: November 17, 2008 at 23:53|
|One could be tactful and say this is bored, dreary and tired hard rock... or one could be brutally honest and just call it crap. I also don't mind the debut from these guys, but even that is just okay. The other albums have been complete wastes of time. Big thumbs down... even for the most diehard Fair Warning fans, I dare say.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: November 26, 2008 at 10:57|
|Also here Geoff has the sacrosanct right but if you love like Fair Warning's masters you must own every single albums where they are present,that's all.I consider Helge Helgenke one of the greatest guitarist ever for his strange and incredible vein in solos and a particular and top original soundin'and style,over the top musician.If I must find 3 bands who's change my life into melodick from only death metal attitudes I say:Everon,Fair Warning and Petra.|
|From: oliver||Date: November 28, 2008 at 16:03|
|@Geoff Crap? You must be joking! This is excellent melodic (hard) rock. Catchy songs with memorable melodies. Good balance between rockers + ballads. Absolutely worth buying, not only for Fair Warning fans. 90/100|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: June 27, 2009 at 0:29|
|I have just bought this album (my first one)and i was so pleased that i'd like to buy their previews ones.Melodic Rock at its best with some hints of Aor."A Fool's Crusade","I Don't Wanna Wait" and so on...really a nice release.90/100|
|From: z4roxx||Date: August 22, 2009 at 15:24|
|The problem of this album is not it sounds like the previous but it's really bad.The style is identical but every song is boring without any stunning tune.Out of any discussion the guitar-master Helge Helgenke.|
|From: tomdwa||Date: September 6, 2010 at 17:08|
|I think this is their most consistent album, by far. The compositions are better crafted, the melodies more pronounced. "Dancing when the night falls" is just phenomenal, their best song ever and a true classic ballad IMO.|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: February 7, 2012 at 12:49|
|wow two members of fair warning one of scorpions!!!and the result is....average.the singer is good the production is great even if sometimes the sound is not very clear.i am not a very big fan of this style of hard rock whitch have touches, of prog ,of symphonic and a little metal.even if i am a big fan of fair warning.the guitars (the solos) sounds exactly like in fair warning.this band have a very big problem they don t know how to finish a song.all songs are too much longer.they all finish with the same long long long solo of guitar.we never see the end.they could cut all songs of one big minute.i don t joke.the ends ot the three ballads are very very very boring.this cd is for died hard fans of symphonic hard rock influenced by fair warning.|
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