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Mannerheim-Feel The Dawn.Rare
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Feel the Dawn

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1994

Label: Bluelight Records (Finland)

Catalog Number: BLR 3317CD

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (4 ratings)


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Anssi lead vocals
Sami guitars, keyboards, vocals
Saku guitars, vocals
Seppa bass
Tom Rask drums
1.  Finlandia Intro  0:48
2.  Hard Situation  4:06
3.  Dream On  4:37
4.  Stealin'  3:45
5.  Torn to Pieces  7:49
6.  Rocky Road  4:08
7.  Face Tomorrow  3:46
8.  Rainy Day Woman  5:54
9.  You Can Trust Me  5:18
10.  Wheels on a Highway  3:59
11.  Carry On  6:47
Total Running Time:  50:57

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From: Janne Korjus Date: February 14, 2003 at 9:56
Good solid hard rock / metal. Nothing exceptional, except the guitar playing of Sami Virtanen, who is defenitely one of the greatest guitar players around (I kid you not, please listen to the soundbytes available). He is among the very very few metal guitarists with an easily regognizable style of his own (and yet he is totally unknown, even here in his native Finland). Probably quite a rare find, this one, but should you come across it, it is worth checking out. Standout track: Stealin'

From: z4roxx Date: December 22, 2004 at 19:49

From: Geoff Date: January 4, 2005 at 6:42
This is good solid heavy rock - reminds me a lot of Mennen. Only difference is Mennen possess a great vocalist and this dude is pretty average - strong accent. But still, pretty cool hard rock CD.

From: Delbert Date: March 31, 2014 at 20:32
Songwise "Feel the Dawn" is a stunning debut. You've got tricky riffs combined with catchy choruses (Rocky Road), in-your-face rockers (Stealin'), a truly moving ballad (Torn to Pieces) and a major mixture of mystic, madness, magic and melancholy (You Can Trust Me).This, their debut album, even begins with a truly inspired and caring guitar interpretation of the great Finnish classic hymn"Finlandia" titled here as "Finlandia Intro". And that's only half of the story. I would also recommend their followup release.

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