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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Love & War Records
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Derrick LeFevre Vocals|
Eric Morris Bass
Ken Koudelka Drums
Sam Poitevent Guitars, Backing Vocals
Steve Blaze Guitars, Backing Vocals
|1. ||Under the Same Moon ||7:15|
|2. ||47 Ways To Die ||3:51|
|3. ||The Quenching of Human Life ||6:19|
|4. ||A Minute of Years ||8:47|
|5. ||Nobody Knows Acoustic ||4:33|
|6. ||The Day I Met You ||3:22|
|7. ||Sad Day On Planet Earth Acoustic ||5:47|
|8. ||Nocturnal Symphony ||5:58|
|9. ||Deep Red Shadows ||2:47|
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|Total Running Time:|| 48:39|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: August 25, 2010 at 13:13|
|This used to be a normal nice glam rock band but somehow they decided to screw things up and began to play funeral music . And I can't find words to tell you how much it SUCKS! Do not touch it ! LEAVE IT OUT!! IT SUUUUUUUUUUUUCKS!!!
||Date: September 12, 2010 at 11:12|
|It's evident they are not the same band as the first 2 or 3 albums but it's also clear that their class and personal style are still the same.I like a lot this album,full of emotional moments and melanchonic touch typical of this band.Ballads are very good.I strong recommend this one.Lillian Axe is a great band since 80's.
||Date: December 28, 2010 at 3:53|
|I've got tears in my eyes after hearing Derrick's take on 'The Day I Met You' - the song itself is 95% of the original, but slightly better all around. This song has always had a special place in my heart and my memories, and its remarkable to feel the emotions rekindled after so many years. I'll admit when I saw it in the track listing, I was worried they may have butchered something beautiful. I should have never doubted Lillian Axe. While the first four songs on the disc are something that could easily fit on their previous effort 'Sad Day..' I am pleasantly surprised by the quality of the songs. 'A Minute of Years' is by far the better of the four, and probably better than any song they have released in a decade. While this album may not quench the thirst of all melodic rockers, I give this one a thumbs up, even though it's more of a patchwork mesh of old and new.
|From: Reverend Mayhem
||Date: August 19, 2013 at 10:55|
|Surprising this was made in 2010 -- aside from a few nods to modern hard rock, it mostly sounds like blatant Grunge Era pandering, Alice In Chains Lite for the hair band masses. You're about 15 years too late, dudes. 60 / 100
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