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Artist: Twinball

Title: Remnants of a Broken Soul

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Sweden Rock Records

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Daniel Samuelsson lead vocals
Lollo Skollermark lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals
T Park lead and rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Adde Psilander bass, backing vocals
Eke Pettersson drums, backing vocals


1.  Twinball  
2.  Ruler of the Spinning World  
3.  Times of Destiny  
4.  Don't Pay the Ferryman    Cover: Chris DeBurgh
5.  Tears of Guilt  
6.  My Bleeding Evil  
7.  Broken Soul  
8.  We Are Alone  
9.  Inner Light  
10.  Know Your Enemy  
11.  Reach Down  

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From: T-BONE Date: January 27, 2003 at 2:54
I was blown away by this cd. The song Twinball has a Nickelback vibe to it but more on the melodic side and the Chris DeBurgh cover Don't Pay The Ferryman is great. Ruler Of The Spinning World rocks as well. All around great new band from Sweden. www.twinball.com

From: Viktoria Date: February 12, 2003 at 15:22
This was really GREAT!!! More like this please!!!

From: Ludde Date: April 8, 2003 at 10:00
I was amazed by the way Twinball mix their musical infuences into their heavy melodic hardrock. This CD really blown me away 10/10

From: Reno Date: April 8, 2003 at 16:30
This is a great CD in every aspect. There's alot of diversity here, but with good flow. After many listens, I can't find a filler track at all. Very impressive.

From: PaganBaby Date: December 3, 2003 at 13:59
I saw these guys at the Sweden Rock Festival earlier this year, and was completely blown away! I immediately tracked down a copy of their CD, and was very pleased with the songs and production. It sounds like a mix of Thin Lizzy and Armored Saint to me. The song structures remind me of Thin Lizzy and the guitar sound is very similar to Armored Saint circa "Symbol of Salvation. The vocals sound a little like John Bush on some songs as well. This is one of my most recommended discs!

From: erik Date: June 9, 2007 at 10:30

From: z4roxx Date: June 9, 2007 at 12:47
Thanks Erik,I am listening to now on myspace this band,this isn't my kind of music,what a poor modern metal band!!!Don't want to say this is crap but I can't comment these things because it's not my music....

From: erik Date: June 10, 2007 at 6:51
Not my cup of te either Andrea but i found the link And stop listening metal Andrea come back to melodic rock my friend haha

From: z4roxx Date: June 10, 2007 at 13:25
Dear Erik,my roots were always been in death and thrash metal but in the middle of 90's I did try this melodick and I've done a big mistake to not follow anymore metal scene,so now Im gettin'crazy to find again material I did sell or that in the 90's it was easy to find,now it's very hard and I am concetratin'only to those cds',I have too material of melodick rock etc...Sorry Erik,BTW I'll continue to listen to this genre but not as 4/5 years ago....regards!!!

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