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Artist: Circle II Circle

Title: The Middle of Nowhere

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2005

Label: AFM Records

Catalog Number: AFM 083-9


Zak Stevens vocals, producer
Paul Michael Stewart bass
Tom Drennan drums
Evan Christopher guitars
Andy Lee guitars


1.  In This Life  
2.  All That Remains  
3.  Open Season  
4.  Holding On  
5.  Cynical Ride  
6.  Hollow  
7.  Psycho Motor  
8.  Faces in the Dark  
9.  The Middle of Nowhere  
10.  Lost  
11.  Watching in Silence Live Bonus Track  

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From: TIM (2) Date: December 11, 2006 at 5:10
A new band but hardly much of a departure in sound. Aside from the sloppy production & mix (far too much bass) that is. Yet another highly consistent & brilliantly written disc,with some glaring highlights that make this worth the entry price alone. "Hollow" has such an awesome guitar riff & is more melodic than pretty much anything Savatage released. "All That Remains" was a worthy single choice, & "Lost" is beautifully sung. IMHO, everything this band has released is essential listening. 9/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 25, 2006 at 22:24
I wasn't to impressed by this album i mean is not a bad one but when i heard the comments i thought this was mind blower but instead i found it"normal".Maybe a second listening could change my mind...

From: Metalmusicman Date: January 6, 2007 at 17:33
Despite a complete overhaul in the line-up, Circle II Circle strike back with an amazing sophmore effort that does not stray far from the Savatage sound they established on the stunning debut. Zak more than proves he can carry this band on his own merit with epic pieces like "All That Remains", "Phycho Motor", and the brilliant "Middle Of Nowhere". Other than the production, this is as good as any of the last 3 Savatage albums easily. So if you liked them, you will like this too.

From: juan carlos Date: February 18, 2007 at 16:30
Menos Savatage y mas Riffero que su disco debut. Este tiene temas mas compactos y ya no operísticos, mas directos y punteos mas técnicos, buenos solos. Todos los temas parejos, en todo caso mi favorita es la comercial "Hollow". Los 3 últimos temas mas en onda Savatage pero no con buen gusto en mi opinión. Producción 10 puntos, Zak.. igual. 8.7/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 10, 2011 at 21:28
I stand still with my comment of 2006...not too impressive at is not a completely waste but neither you have to go and kill for it..."In This Life","All That Remains","Cynical Ride","Hollow","The Middle Of Nowhere" & "Lost" are fine tracks but that's about rate is pretty acceptable too,88/100...

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