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Category: Prog AOR
Label: MTM Records
Catalog Number: 0681-31
|1.||Take It Easy||4:27|
|3.||A Supposed Tour||4:41|
|7.||Relationships – The Long One||25:51|
|8.||At the Altar||0:38|
|15.||And They Lived Happily Ever After||7:23|
|16.||Catherine hidden track|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: December 27, 2003 at 1:06|
|I would describe A.C.T.'s overall sound as what might happen if Saga and Spock's Beard collaborated on project, bringing in a bit of a Yes influence and a whole lot of a Queen influence to the music, with both Phil Collins and Steven Tyler on vocals. What does that mean? It rocks with an over-the-top dramatic flair with a lot of harmony. heavy guitars, neat keyboard textures, nice harmonies, cello, violins...there is a great deal of intelligence behind the accessible arrangements.|
|From: Bilston06032003||Date: January 8, 2004 at 10:34|
|It was always going to be tough to follow up their debut album "Today's Report" but "Take It Easy" and "A Supposed Tour" really stand out on this album for me. Due for the remastering and reissue treatment in 2004 with extra songs.|
|From: Zlatan||Date: January 8, 2004 at 11:42|
|A little heavier than the debut (ACT goes Dream Theater at the beginning of Mr Unfaithful) and it even has some Toto-like riffs (Biggest Mistake).|
|From:||Date: January 8, 2004 at 15:15|
|What can you say that you don't already know....Take it Easy and songs like Hippest flop, Little Beauty, are classics!!!! Another fine album brought to you by these highly talented young Sedish men. Excelant alround album with a slighty more heavier sound than Todays Report.|
|From: Roisin Dubh||Date: October 18, 2004 at 13:07|
|Excellent second album, a lot heavier than the debut but still as unpredicatble. It still retains a massive slab of It Bites style and a smattering of Yes. Overall it works and I am very impressed and just trying to find the third album. For others who like this tho, seriously check out It bites, they were doing this music in the eighties, particularly the once around the world album|
|From: YNGWIEVIKING||Date: August 15, 2007 at 5:54|
|GREAT ALBUM 89/100 by the best melodic prog band out there ! For me it's like a drug ! great MUSICIANSHIP & VOCALS AND even GREAT songs !what prog rock should always be ! I can hear some QUEEN/SAGA/DREAM THEATER/TOTO/RUSH/BEATLES influences !so buy it now please don't hesitate !HEAVIER THAN THE 1st CD WHICH it's perfect for me check the reissue edition with bonus and remastering work|
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