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Artist: Humanimal

Title: Humanimal

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Humanimal Humanimal Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Z Records (United Kingdom)

Catalog Number: ZR 1997048


Pontus Norgren guitars
Marcel Jacob bass
Jeff Scott Soto lead and backing vocals
Tomas Broman drums
Jesse Nylander guest organ


1.  R U 4 Real  4:03
2.  Again 2 B Found  4:20
3.  Licence 2 Kill  4:02
4.  Find My Way Home  4:09
5.  Feel the Burn  3:21
6.  Road 2 4giveness  4:45
7.  I  4:52
8.  Turn Away  3:54
9.  Who Do U Think U R  3:59
10.  Way 2 Deep  4:57
Total Running Time:  42:22

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Existing comments about this CD

From: David Date: June 5, 2003 at 2:02
I thought this one was highly over-rated, the only song that I thought was O.K. was track 9 "Who Do U Think U R".

From: talisman-777 Date: June 7, 2003 at 0:03
a great talisman-"side project". much better than the "life" and "truth" albums. but very short-lived as soto/jacob decided to bring talisman back in the classic line-up. i wish that some day they do another "humanimal" album.

From: Andy Date: June 11, 2003 at 13:10
I totally agree with David,Overated & very average,this isn't a patch on the 1st Tailesman album,disapointing,sorry.

From: Rycheage Date: July 2, 2003 at 21:54
This album is a heavy and hard rocking, but hook filled release, with harmony vocals from the backing band and Soto himself on almost every track. It's a little heavier than Talisman and more in your face than most of the other projects these guys have been involved in recently. One key highlight, besides the excellent vocals, is Pontus guitar shredding. The album is very riff-heavy, but also features solo's and extra background shred work on almost every track.

From: John Date: September 5, 2003 at 14:58
I have had this album for a year, listened to it many times, and still can't recall anything about it. That's not good. Stick with Talisman.

From: TYNO/BRAZIL Date: March 4, 2004 at 10:11
After having heard this cd was as good as Talisman , I decided to give it a try . Hummm, I still prefer Talisman.

From: Aussie Dave Date: October 6, 2004 at 23:40
For me, this is as good as anything Talisman have done! Humanimal is certainly a touch heavier than Talisman, and in my opinion, the songs definitely stick in your head! I thought Talisman was getting a bit stale, and this is the release that was needed to spark the flame again! Definitely worth hunting down! Who Do You Think You Are, Feel The Burn, R U $ Real and License 2 Kill are all killer tracks! 9/10.....

From: Border Rat Date: October 7, 2004 at 9:30
Great band with killer songs.9 out of the 10 songs are of exremely high quality and track 5 feel the burn is the only one which I would class as average on an otherwise great album.One song was left off this cd.It is LOVE'S A DOMINION and if it had swapped places with track 5 this would have been the perfect album.PONTUS NORGREN's guitar playing and JEFF SCOTT SOTO's vocals are top class as always.

From: Geoff Date: February 12, 2005 at 22:34
Unfortunately I couldn't agree too much here. I love JSS but would group this with his Human Clay CDs. Another of a dozen releases in between his stellar work. I'm a huge fan of all involved on this disc, but feel it just doesn't come equipped with the great songs. Good solid hard rock but no stunners, IMO.

From: javier Date: February 27, 2005 at 13:42
me mola a mazo

From: Lennie Date: March 24, 2005 at 16:30
I agree with Geoff. Buy JSS's solo effort 'Lost in the Translation' instead, it pisses on this. Two or three good songs at most the rest are filler.

From: Figge Date: March 9, 2006 at 18:12
Fantastic album from the Talisman guys. Awesome production/sound and the songs are among the best everybody involved has recorded. Shame that the bonus track "Love's The Dominion" is left out of the original release though, as it is one of the best songs on the disc. RECOMMENDED to everyone with an ear for quality hard rock.

From: RockMan10 Date: November 24, 2006 at 3:03
Buy JSS's other stuff and Pontus Norgrens new band, "The Poodles". That's more of what we want.

From: DanDare Date: September 2, 2008 at 17:52
For someone who tends to stick to the lighter end of the market, I actually quite like this album. For me the best track is 'Find My Way Home' - it's a monster. As is the rest of the album. Good melodic riffing. The only downside is that the last 4 or 5 tracks do rather blend into 1. But it's a small price. 85/100.

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