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Artist: A.C.T

Title: Today's Report

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Category: Prog AOR

Year: 1999

Label: MTM Records

Catalog Number: 0681-02


Herman Saming lead vocals
Jerry Sahlin keyboards
Ola Andersson guitars
Peter Asp bass
Tomas Erlandsson drums


1.  Abandoned World  4:04
2.  The Wandering  5:37
3.  Waltz With Mother Nature  6:38
4.  Why Bother  4:52
5.  Today's Report  4:44
6.  Welcome  5:50
7.  Cat Eyes  4:26
8.  The Chase  5:14
9.  Personalities (The Long One)  13:38
10.  Foreplay  0:23
11.  Piece of Meat  1:15
12.  Tinnitus  2:24
13.  Lord of Lies  2:24
14.  Emely (Ms Amnesia)  2:00
15.  Insomniac  4:38
16.  Concluding Speech  0:34
Total Running Time:  68:41

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From: Bilston06032003 Date: January 8, 2004 at 10:18
One of my favourite albums of all time! "Waltz with Mother Nature" is the most commonly known song but the highlights for me are "Why Bother", with its early Saga sounding keyboards, and "The Wandering". In 2003 this album was remastered and issued on the Artenzia label with 3 extra songs "Grandpa Phone Home" (previously only available on the Japanese release), "Happy Days" and "Recall" (original demo bonus tracks).

From: Zlatan Date: January 8, 2004 at 11:38
This album is a musical rollercoaster.

From: Col.Solo Date: January 8, 2004 at 15:09
I think this is the best album in my eyes as there are so many catchy melodies and tunes to easily get into. Every one knows I think Grandpa Phone home is the best, coupled with Piece of meat, and the almighty Lord of Lies this album rocks people!!! A excellant sound recording which deserves to be turned right up to annoy the neighbours!!! That way they too will here the awesome tones of A.C.T!

From: Date: April 21, 2004 at 9:37
Polished hook laden rock on the progressive side with instrumentation from here till next week.

From: rafa Date: June 15, 2004 at 14:10
que sorpresa me lleve cuando escuche este cd es buenisimo y no se hace pesado como otras bandas de rock progresivo tiene unas melodias geniales y el cantante aunque tiene una voz muy personal lo hace de categoria

From: Roisin Dubh Date: October 12, 2004 at 15:35
Bought this after reading comments on here, glad I did, amazingly good album that combines elements of Yes, Rush (especially the Geddy Lee style vocals on several tracks), 10cc (the reggae styling at the beginning of grandpa..) But most of all one of my favourite bands It bites, so reminiscent of once around the world. Fave tracks would have to be The wandering and why bother but not really a bad track amongst them, though cats eyes doesn't really work for me

From: crosk Date: October 14, 2004 at 16:02
Goood cd ,check it

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: August 15, 2007 at 5:56
AMAZING ALBUM 84/100 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/IT BITES/RUSH/BEATLES influences !so buy it now please don't hesitate !/

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