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Artist: Naked Sun

Title: Naked Sun

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 1991

Label: Noise International

Catalog Number: Noise/0-3612-44834-2

Personnel

Zero electric and acoustic bass, cello, backing vocals
T.B. Quagmire drums and percussion, backing vocals
Max Vanderwolf lead vocals, backing vocals
Mathias Q-Tip all guitars, backing vocals
Franz Liebkins keyboards, backing vocals

Tracks

1.  The Moment (A Moment Later-C.M.F.)  6:44
2.  A Song on Fire  4:35
3.  A Title for Glenn  1:25
4.  Rite to Life  5:20
5.  Rest Area  0:03
6.  Stillborn  8:05
7.  Bleeding Line  0:25
8.  Blackberry Saturday  6:19
9.  Psycho-Activate  4:05
10.  Rock Corps  0:50
11.  Next Stop-Chapel Perilous  12:11
  
Total Running Time:  50:02

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Warlordy Date: January 16, 2003 at 13:01
this record's got so low ratings and maybe I can see the reason why,it's so complicated,you can hear everything from 70s sound,progressive metal,prog rock,jazz in an excellant blend.It was marked as one of the 10 best progmetal records for the 90s in the Greek Metal Hammer(if that adds any credit) Listen before buying

From: magick Date: May 6, 2003 at 3:17
amazing miz of progressive and melodic metal!

From: Nick Clarkson Date: September 24, 2004 at 14:02
Both the albums from this band are excellent. I can't see why they are listed as German as they were from the U.S. and I can't find any christian influences in the music at all?!?? Very experimental avant-garde sort of hard rock. Very whacked and not immediate, but definately worth a listen and persevering with. At first I wasn't keen but now I consider this one of my must have if stranded on a desert island discs (along with another 500 or so).

From: hair metal again Date: January 10, 2011 at 8:48
prog rock release by NAKED SUN in their debut.surely those guys are talented and have some kind of personality (vocs,lyrics) but overall i think that they get lost through the progressive elements and their tunes arent so memorable and catchy.it an acceptable effort though with good moments like "a song on fire" and "stillborn"


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