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Artist: Circle II Circle

Title: Delusions Of Grandeur

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Category: Melodic Metal / Prog Metal

Year: 2008

Label: AFM Records

Catalog Number: AFM 208


Zak Stevens Vocals
Andy Lee Guitar
Evan Christopher Guitar
Paul Michael Stewart Bass
Robert T. Drennan Drums


1.  Fatal Warning  
2.  Dead Of Dawn  
3.  Forever  
4.  Echoes  
5.  Waiting  
6.  Soul Breaker  
7.  Stay Ltd. Deluxe Version Bonus  
8.  Seclusion  
9.  So Many Reasons  
10.  Chase The Lies  
11.  Every Last Thing  
12.  Against The World Japan Bonus Track  

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From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: June 15, 2008 at 5:39
GOOD CD 79/100 the ending track "every last thing"it's huge and the guitar playing is outstanding,as the voice of Zakk with still a strong personnality Good album and good players and obviously great singer but not exactly on the same level as the mighty SAVATAGE or even JON OLIVA's PAIN global warning !

From: juan carlos Date: June 27, 2008 at 1:31
I Listened only a few times and i have to say that Yes:"Delusions.." is heavier than their previous efforts but "Burden Of Truth" is still their best album so far IMO. Yep, i like all the CIIC stuff and i like this album very much. "Echoes"(Typical Piano/Savatage song, My fav!) "Every Last Thing" "Forever" "Waiting"(Great riff/chorus) and "Seclusion" the best tracks. The main riff on "Fatal Warning" reminds me of "War Machine"(Kiss song). Some great Solos, good production.. Another Great album made by CIIC and Zak Stevens as always: phenomenal! 9/10

From: Wardy Date: April 3, 2011 at 4:36
Revisiting this one of late and fair to say now Consequence has been breathing for a while, Delusions is the slightly better album of the two. Once past the surprisingly shuddering & brutal delivery of the album the songs start to appear, and to be truthful aren't too far removed to what your usual CIIC... plenty melody and strong songs, favorite though probably the closing track with its beautiful and emotional openings, the shuddering and heavy of tracks like Soul Breaker & So Many Reasons are major candy, truly CIIC brilliance, Seclusion being another treat, Forever, Waiting, Fatal Warning & man the album smokes, praise be for the heavier direction. If you can pick up the bonus track version, Stay and Darkness Rising both worth your extra coin. Just a solid fan of these guys now one of the most reliable of the hardrock & metal genres. May prove safe for non heavy fans tho to start with Watching then move to Burden before attempting this two ton heavy thing Rating 87%

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