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Wireless - Acoustic Sessions
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Category: Prog Rock
Label: NSM Records
Catalog Number: NSCD003
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|1. ||Fragmentation ||4:05|
|2. ||Consume to Live ||5:03|
|3. ||Seventh Angel ||2:37|
|4. ||The Sheltering Sky ||4:37|
|5. ||Part of the Chaos ||4:40|
|6. ||Innocent ||4:04|
|7. ||Falling Away ||5:22|
|8. ||Conceal the Face ||4:18|
|9. ||Lovelorn ||3:17|
|10. ||Narcissus ||3:56|
|11. ||Multimedia Section ||8:19|
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|Total Running Time:|| 50:18|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: July 2, 2003 at 18:51|
|I waited with great curiosity for the acoustic playing of some heavy songs, like "Consume To Live" or "Narcissus." Surely the two versions are worth it: the pieces are shorter and because of new arrangements they seem like new tracks. On the other hand, there are some others that from the beginning I thought they would come across better as acoustic songs, such as "The Sheltering Sky". I was not disappointed.
|From: Hun Gary
||Date: September 28, 2004 at 14:51|
|Rycheage is right, Sheltering Sky works better as an acoustic song. Seventh Angel is short but breathtaking and beautiful just like the whole album. Good to listen at the end of a tiring day ...
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: February 6, 2005 at 9:04|
|Another quality fan club only release to stand proudly with previous ones, namely the excellent 'Live In Paris' release & 'Decadent'. This features New versions of album tracks, which work equally well in there acoustic environment. Excellent.
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