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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Locomotive Records
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Derrick Lefevre lead vocals|
Steve Blaze lead guitars, backing vocals
Sam Poitevent lead guitars, backing vocals
Eric Morris bass
Ken Koudelka drums
|1. ||Waters Rising ||3:55|
|2. ||Antarctica ||4:10|
|3. ||Become a Monster ||5:08|
|4. ||Quarantine ||4:11|
|5. ||I Have to Die, Goodbye ||6:54|
|6. ||Fear of Time ||5:36|
|7. ||Until the End of the World ||5:00|
|8. ||Fields of Yesterday ||8:33|
|9. ||Thirst ||5:19|
|10. ||The Second of May ||4:57|
|11. ||Deep in the Black ||8:30|
|12. ||5 ||4:32|
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|Total Running Time:|| 66:45|
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||Date: October 14, 2007 at 5:22|
|GOOD CD just a good US HARD ROCK album ! don't expect some HAIR METAL revival clichés !it's just an album very mature with a very good singer !there is a lot of trademark stuff , so the fans will not be disapointed !79/100 not their best but good anyway !
|From: 80s hero
||Date: October 15, 2007 at 14:58|
|Otra decepción, otra vuelta en vano, otros que deberían de haberse quedado con la gloria del pasado. Una banda que realizó cuatro discos que considero obras de arte del hair metal y que vuelve con un cd realmente olvidable e innescesario.
||Date: October 16, 2007 at 18:47|
|I just picked this up. Its OK, I need some time to get used to it, I guess?
||Date: October 22, 2007 at 23:12|
|I can't really say I'm a fan of this one at all. Whilst I admit there is a lot of the trademark sound still present - the new vocalist even sounds a hell of a lot like Ron Taylor... the problem is just the songs. They're slow-paced, dreary - very few decent hooks and nothing really sticks in your head or demands repeated listens. It's not the worst album ever, but very disappointing for Lillian Axe considering how excellent their back-catlogue is. Not recommended.
||Date: October 29, 2007 at 5:20|
|I HAVE THIS CD ALSO VERY VERY DISAPOINTED WITH IT I GUESS THE ORIGINAL LEAD SINGER IS NO LONGER I WAS ABLE TO SEE THESE GUYS TWISE ONCE 10 YEARS AGO AT A CLUB I WORKED AT IN MILWAUKEE CALLED THE HAVEN I ALSO VIDEO TAPED THEM GOD THEY WERE GOOD AND ONCE AN ACCOUSTIC SET AT IMPULSE MUSIC IN ILL SORRY FOR THE SPELLING THIS CD WAS A WAIST OF TIME SOME OF THESE SONGS ARE ON OTHER CDS OF THERE WHY YOU ASK I AM A CD COLLECTOR IF I TOLD YOU HOW CDS I HAVE YOU ALL WOULD LAUGH THANKS
||Date: October 30, 2007 at 11:18|
|If you expect something like "Show a little love" or "Love of a lifetime" just forget about this album. I seems long overdue .You would have expected such grungy albums in the early 90ties.Totally forgettable record
|From: juan carlos
||Date: November 8, 2007 at 9:58|
|Acá si estoy algo de acuerdo con Geoff, temas a ritmo lento, Riffero sí pero monótono y tedioso. Regreso algo decepcionante, buen sonido con buenos riffs pero temas regulares y demasiado pesados/lentos que lo hacen un tanto aburridos. "Until the End of the World" me atrajo un poco o la tranquila "Fields of Yesterday" aunque los cambios no me gustan. Que milagro que llegué a escuchar los 12 temas 7/10
|From: Rambo Rockerman
||Date: January 20, 2008 at 12:50|
|I'm getting this one soon,my friend likes it. I'm disappointed the lead singer Ron Taylor didn't want to sing on it,but i expect the Lilian Axe sound to be there.
||Date: March 18, 2008 at 14:44|
|Bands evolve. Music grows. This disc is not Poetic Justice Part Two or a continuation of Psychoschizophrenia ... Steve's writing has moved into new areas, and for that i am thankful. These new songs have been in my collection for quite some time as demos, and i'm very excited to have them in all their sonic glory! This is an aural masterpiece.
||Date: February 25, 2009 at 9:42|
|"This is an aural masterpiece." HaHaHa..... hilarious!! It's CRAP!!
||Date: April 18, 2012 at 15:34|
|Very, very positively surprised by this! More melodic than I expected. Have to dig more in this "modern" era of Lillian Axe.
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