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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Blistering Records
Catalog Number: BR026
|5.||The Grand Scale Of Finality|
|6.||Sad Day On Planet Earth|
|8.||Within Your Reach|
|9.||Down Below The Ocean|
|10.||Blood Raining Down On Her Wings|
|11.||Cold Day In Hell|
|14.||Kill Me Again|
|15.||Fire, Blood, The Earth And Sea|
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|From: Kip||Date: September 17, 2009 at 16:06|
|One of the things many Lillian Axe fans boasted about was the fact Lillian Axe's entire catalogue was filled with good songs. From their self titled albul through Psycho, there wasn't a filler or a misplaced tune to be found. With much of the original lineup gone, and a new era of music upon us, Steve Blaze focuses on not what will sell but on what music most reflects him personally. What this ends up translating to is a murky, dreary experience, much estranged from the mostly upbeat and cocky traditional metal-pop sound. The transition into a more straightforward metal sound wasn't unexpected, when looking back on Lilian Axe's previous album and unreleased material, but it isn't what the fans were looking for. Some may like this album, as it does have its moments. But the original magic of what made Lillian Axe special is gone. Yes, Derrick fills in exceptionally for Ron Taylor, but what has changed the most isn't so much the band members, but Steve Blaze himself. 5/10|
|From: Doug||Date: September 22, 2009 at 18:07|
|Kip, thanks for the above review. I've been on the fence with this one. Still contemplating....|
|From: gooup||Date: April 15, 2010 at 13:50|
|i'm loving this disc, and the deeper, more ethereal music is a welcome change.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: May 5, 2010 at 20:34|
|This is kinda Monster Magnet kinda music which is good but in Lillian's case is grungier rather than the psychodelic noise of MM...anyway "Cocoon" is a good acoustic intro that leads to "Megaslowfade" which is a good song,"Jesus Wept" is one of the highlights in here,"Ignite" has a great drum beat,"Sad Day On Planet Earth" is an excellent song,very moody,"Hibernate","Down Below The Ocean","Blood Rainning Down On Her Wings" are good tracks..."Cold Day In Hell" has some AOR in it and the last 2 tracks "Kill Me Againg" & "Fire,Blood The Earth & Sea" are also quite acceptable ones..buy under your own risk but do not think you are about to listen their old glammy hard rock noise of the past.82/100|
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