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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: Giuntini Records
Catalog Number: AG 2001
|3.||Letters From The Dead||5:06|
|6.||House Of The Spirits||1:29|
|10.||Saved By Love||6:26|
|11.||Too Much Too Late||3:12|
|13.||The Evil That You Do||5:01|
|Total Running Time:||60:30|
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|From: jcgphilo||Date: August 22, 2003 at 6:13|
|An absolute masterpiece! Aldo Giuntini sure knows how to play guitar, but no boring technical exhibition here: SONGS! Riffs, melodies, and amazing vocal parts courtesy of Tony Martin (Black Sabbath). AN ABSOLUTE MUST HAVE for Deep Purple - Rainbow - Black Sabbath fans.|
|From: Hector||Date: November 30, 2003 at 19:25|
|Heavy, melodic hard_metal rock at his best. Giuntini plays the guitar extraordinarily well, another virtuoso that has nothing to envy to anybody. Tony Martin exquisite voice seal the the CD with 5 plus stars. This is what hard rock was supposed to be!!!!!!|
|From: MADMAX||Date: April 6, 2004 at 19:09|
|Awesome!! What else can i say.. Incredible vocals and great guitar playing by Aldo. Very similar to Misha Calvin - Evolution, with Tony Martin also, definately one of the best voices on earth!|
|From: Dardi||Date: April 9, 2004 at 19:02|
|Absolutely perfect! Metall at its best. Mesage of Peace from Kosovo/Europe!|
|From: Renato Palhano||Date: August 22, 2004 at 12:29|
|A desapointing album, bad production and a confuse arrangements, could ber better.|
|From: Chris||Date: September 10, 2004 at 3:24|
|Excellent album, I snapped it up from a bargain bin years ago and I still listen to it.. The sound is a bit generic (too metal perhaps) but the great production (courtesy of Dario Mollo who has since worked with Tony again as a guitarist this time) coupled with the INIMITABLE Martin singing make this a great effort! Letters From The Dead is the best song Sabbath never recorded, an immense slice of thunderous epic power metal, Saved By Love, Reactor and Sacrifice are my other favourites...|
|From: juan carlos||Date: March 10, 2007 at 19:51|
|Impresionante disco y es todo por la voz de Tony Martin, vaya Dios que pedazo de voz de este tío.. De lo mejor hecho por Tony Martin desde su salida de los Sabbath, Sin dudas "Letters from the Dead" es un temazo que fácil entraba en el "Headloss Cross", Temas 100% rifferos la mayoría rápidos, algunos lentos o pesados pero con mucha caña. Un Intro y 2 instrumentales, no lo hace nada mal el amigo Giuntini. Disco Cañero súper recomendable, más si eres un Tony Martin Fan. Tan pocos comments?.. 9/10|
|From: dave||Date: September 2, 2009 at 10:48|
|Great album Tony Martin is simply amazing|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: October 19, 2011 at 21:43|
|Ummm...with all my due respect guys but i preferred the debut album over this one,i think is more consistent...Tony Martin obviously injected the amount of quality needed to be outstanding but there's a spark missing somehow...resuming my statement,this one is neither cold nor hot..."Sacrifice","Superstitious","Resurrection Day"(the one i liked the most),"Cyberchrist","Too Much To Late" & "Reactor" are good songs though...a good one to have but not 2 kill for...85/100|
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