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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 9, 2005 at 17:37|
|Tons of bands pop into my mind when listening to this one. Not very original in any size shape or form but stll vey enjoyable nonetheless. Having Jeff Scott Soto and Ken Tamplin involved sure doesn't hurt matters any either. Lynch Mob meets Yngwie(without the blazing leads) might give you a reference point for this one.
||Date: June 25, 2008 at 11:09|
|A very good CCM disc with lots of help from friends. These guys were discovered at a Stryper Expo. I'm not sure I would rate them up there with Rage of Angels or Mastedon but may a second tier CCM release. Not a must have disc but a nice addition if you are strictly into CCM music. 73/100
||Date: January 16, 2011 at 8:00|
|A laudable effort from this Christian melodic hard rock/metal band, several notches better than their debut. The melodies, style, and overall approach here are Stryper-esque, with a smattering of Shout thrown in (which is no surprise, since Ken Tamplin produced this album). More polished than a narcissist's vanity mirror, with some nice commercial hooks and excellent multi-layered harmonies.
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