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Category: Prog Metal
Label: T And T Records
Catalog Number: TT 009-2
|1.||Windows of the World||5:10|
|4.||Lust for Life||5:21|
|6.||Circles in the Sand||4:42|
|8.||Close Your Eyes||0:39|
|Total Running Time:||46:56|
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|From: TYNO / BRAZIL||Date: December 8, 2003 at 9:54|
|IF THEIR DEBUT WAS GREAT , THIS FOLLOW UP IS IN THE SAME LEVEL. EXCELLENT STUFF AND AGAIN MR. HOVINGA AS VOCALIST MAKES THE DIFERENCE. BUY IT NOW.|
|From: manos||Date: July 27, 2004 at 20:45|
|Nothin special here. Much much average progressive metal with unreserved use of keyboards and weak songwriting. The vocalist exaggerates on singing too high and sounds ''too much''. Your preferences on their later effort ''State of mind''|
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