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Artist: Fatal Smile

Title: Beyond Reality

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2002

Label: GMR

Catalog Number: 003

Personnel

HB Anderson vocals
Y Unutmaz guitars
Markus Johansson bass
Robin Lagerqvist drums

Tracks

1.  Bad Karma  
2.  The Saviour  
3.  Butterflies  
4.  Circle of Fire  
5.  Warfear  
6.  Beyond Reality  
7.  Xcuse Me  
8.  Scene of a Crime  
9.  Crush on You  
10.  No Love  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: hereinde Date: March 15, 2003 at 4:43
Check out the video to Bad Karma on KNAC.com. This is real metal not that rap wanna be junk.

From: Delbert Date: March 16, 2003 at 1:27
This is a completely different style for this metal band out of Sweden. Many probably don't know that this band has been through many different styles since their inception. The lead Guitarist, Fredrik Emneus is the sole remaining band member who has remained through the many periods of this band. In 1993, this band released a self produced CD titled "Left In A Shadow" which was an awesome 4 tracker filled with memorable melodic rock. Keyboards, catchy choruses and extreme guitar work filled the

From: Delbert Date: March 16, 2003 at 1:30
continued.....the airwaves when playing this disc. Fredrik always had a leaning toward heavy metal which promoted the move to this style. Melodic rock collectors would be well advised to seek out the "Left In A Shadow" CD for the ultimate rush!!!

From: Tommy Date: March 18, 2003 at 10:27
These guys ROCKS!!! I was really knocked out after listening to thier album... Got to see their video now... Kick's some ass!!! // Tommy

From: Rycheage Date: April 2, 2003 at 3:31
Big, solid, hard rocking...and Swedish. Could there be much more I could add to that to entice potential fans to this new band? The Swedish have a certain knack of crafting out good heavy music - from AOR to metal, add Fatal Smile to the list.

From: Dean Date: December 31, 2003 at 21:34
Wow- it pisses me off i walked right by this band playing at Milwaukee Metalfest and didn't give them the time of day because i thought they were a nu-metal band. Later i heard an mp3 of "the Savior" and had to rush out and pick up the disc. Bands don't play like this anymore. Reminds me of Trilogy-era Yngwie without the guitar flash.

From: Dreamaholic Date: November 19, 2004 at 20:46
Through the first six songs I thought these guys sounded like Soundgarden (except for "The Savior"). But from songs 7-10 they get a little more like 80s rock. Still a bit heavier and less melodic than I usually like, and won't be at the top of my playlist, but for $2 this is good enough for a listen every now and then.

From: ROBERT Date: October 24, 2006 at 13:48
Estos tokan maņana d teloneros d WINGER!!


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