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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1998

Label: Bluelight Records (Finland)

Catalog Number: BHR 3348 2

Average Rating: 76 / 100 (3 ratings)


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Anssi vocals
Saku guitars
J. Jylli bass
Leka Rantanen drums
Pate Kivinen keyboards

Ade Manninen guest electric and acoustic guitar
Hansu Saarinen guest saxophone
Sam Wainikka guest guitar
Tom Rask guest drums
1.  Cry for Love  5:14
2.  The Grand Price  3:34
3.  Tell the Tale  4:50
4.  Eternal Flame  5:18
5.  Spiral Song  4:39
6.  Dance  4:41
7.  Eye of the Storm  5:29
8.  Livin' It Up  4:45
9.  Free Fallin' Apart  4:26
10.  Feel the Dawn  4:25
Total Running Time:  47:21

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Lumberjack Date: November 20, 2003 at 7:52
Somebody called Jackflash "the best metal CD out of Finland",it isnt even metal and it's a overrated piece of...this 2nd CD along with their 1st is one of the best releases out of Finland in melodic hard rock/metal category.First one has more aggressive guitar playing of Sami Virtanen,this 2nd effort has a slightly more melodic approach.Mr. Virtanen doesn't even appear on this one.I think this 2nd CD is much much rarer than their debut.

From: wolf Date: April 21, 2004 at 5:30
i think both mannerheim cds suck. awful vocals and weak songs. they even look like s..t!

From: Geoff Date: January 4, 2005 at 6:44
I think the debut is better musically but this has better songs, I believe. But in honesty they're really not too far apart. Average vocals hinder the excellence of both and neither really have those stand out tracks or anything that puts them in the spotlight. Once again, reminds me of a lesser Mennen.

From: Delbert Date: March 31, 2014 at 20:29
Their sound gravitates towards the wellcrafted yet ballasy, melodic, yet powerful sounds of bands like WHITESNAKE and BONJOVI. You've got tricky riffs combined with catchy choruses, in-your-face rockers and a major mixture of mystic, madness, magic and melancholy. And last but not least, there is that distinct Finnish flavor, that certain searing melancholy in some of their songs.

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