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Artist: Last Autumn's Dream

Title: II

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Last Autumn's Dream II Album Cover


Category: Melodic Hard Rock/AOR

Year: 2005

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FR CD 226


Mikael Erlandsson Vocals
Marcel Jacob Bass
Andy Malecek Guitar
Thomas Lassar Keyboards
Jamie Borger Drums


1.  Brand New Life  5:12   Listen
2.  Lost In You  3:34   Listen
3.  Heat Of Emotion  3:08   Listen
4.  So Much Love In The World  3:57   Listen
5.  Helpless  3:24   Listen
6.  This Gotta Be Love  4:35   Listen
7.  Up In Paradise  4:30   Listen
8.  Over And Out  2:59   Listen
9.  (Always Be) You And I  4:07   Listen
10.  Running  4:17   Listen
11.  Round And Round  3:36   Listen
12.  Keep Falling  4:39   Listen
13.  A Place To Hide In Town  4:09   Listen
Total Running Time:  52:07

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR freaky Date: January 30, 2005 at 3:49
Still can't believe my ears. Paid the jap import price for this one, cause I found their first one good. But this ? My God : must be the worst AOR ever ! How Frontiers (a quality label) can release this, is beyond me. Very weak songs and then the production !!!!!!!! No words to describe how bad the productions is ! Worst 'production' EVER (I even wonder if this is produced, a third-rate demo sounds better). Never heard such a bad production and that in 2005 ! No, AVOID, or you loose money !

From: Nanteau Date: January 31, 2005 at 14:32
Sure on their first only three songs impressed me ("OVER AND OVER AGAIN"-> good MelodicRock; "THE ONE" & "GOING HOME"-> nice ballads) and I think it's not worth paying "big" bucks for it. It sounds a little bit to modern (and moderate ha..ha..) to me. 4,5/10

From: buho Date: February 3, 2005 at 8:05
the big problem of this album is th horrible sound that kills the cuality of the songs. I think it's the worst soun i've ever hear in an AOR-MELODIC ROCK album. But after a few times, you'll forget it and will enjoy the songs. Es un buen album pero el pésimo sonido lo enmascara. Sinembargo, después de varias escuchas, se consiguie disfrutar de las canciones, que las hay bastante buenas. 7/10

From: TIM (2) Date: February 14, 2005 at 9:13
AOR Freaky is spot on, this is a lame effort given the musicians involved. I quite enjoyed their debut, and when the ex-Europe gang left to waste their time with a half-arsed reunion then I was looking forward to this album even more than the debut. But it sounds terrible, particularly Erlandsson's vocals. I could forgive the production if the songs were good, but "Heat of Emotion" is the best track and there are better versions of it on Fair Warning and Zeno albums. Avoid. 4/10.

From: Swriter Date: February 14, 2005 at 16:04
well, I wasted money on this one cause I heard the first was pretty good, should I try again with the first???? thanks

From: Geoff Date: February 14, 2005 at 19:19
Hey Switer, I haven't heard this one, and have no plans to but I do own the first one and cannot recommend it at all. As bland and average as AOR gets, and if everyone is saying this one is even worse I suggest you just forget about this band. There are many better out there - spend your money elsewhere. Word has it the Zero s/t CD is to be re-released shortly Best news I've heard in ages!

From: TIM (2) Date: February 15, 2005 at 3:49
Hey Swriter, The first is better, and the production is better, but it still isn't as good as the big-name personnel would suggest it should be. Get the re-issue of the PEO album (if you don't already have it) instead.

From: guillermo Date: March 18, 2005 at 11:50
no empieza mal pero se desliza hasta el muermo total. DE todas formas ni el primero era tan bueno ni este tan malo. POr fin la gente se da cuenta de lo que da Frontiers de sí: cada vez menos.

From: AOR freaky Date: March 18, 2005 at 12:53
Great tip from TIM(2), swriter ! Listen to his advice !

From: Wotty Date: July 1, 2005 at 9:45
All I can do is echo the comments concerning this and the debut.The muso's on the two albums deserve better than they released.Personal taste is a major factor in the opinions !!!!

From: SangreAzulForever Date: September 22, 2005 at 18:35
Although I do prefer the first one, that´s not a bad album at all. But the problem is that at the ends gives you the sensation of boredom. 6/10

From: koogles Date: October 13, 2005 at 21:40
Yeah, the production on this CD is sub-soundbyte. Like a soundbyte coming through a telephone receiver made from yesterday's soup can. BUT, there is one great song here that deserves to be heard: "Up in Paradise". This song is so catchy that even the piss poor production can't stop it from sticking in your head like a William Tell arrow that misses the apple. But most of this CD does miss the strike zone, so take a trip to "Paradise" and then move on.

From: Lovedrive Date: January 6, 2006 at 16:18
Yo no lo veo tan malo. Anda muy parejo con el primero (ok, la produccion nefasta), tiene sus temillas..

From: stryper Date: February 2, 2006 at 11:11
try the new one.very good.their best to date.no fillers and production is very good as well.got this one on jap import.glad i bought it.

From: Lovedrive Date: May 30, 2006 at 16:13
Me encanta, "This gotta be love", cojonuda

From: jstoyz Date: January 12, 2011 at 23:53
Well, this record has been deadpanned more or less, and to a point I can understand why. The production is easily the weakest among the band's albums and Mikael Erlandsson's voice does sound strained at times. BUT, my criticism begins and ends there as the songs are...FANTASTIC. "Brand New Life" offers a beautiful, haunting melody and features a fabulous chorus. "Lost In You" also has a strong, melodic chorus and is just a cool rocker. LAD's interpretation of "Heat Of Emotion" contains all the signature hooks and is well executed, but Erlandsson sounds his weakest in this track and thus I also favor "Fair Warning's" version. The tear-jerker "So Much Love In The World" is among the top 2-3 ballads I've heard within all of Erlandsson's work and is the clear highlight on this CD IMO. The catchy mid-tempo rocker "Up In Paradise" and the acoustic ballad "(Always Be) You And I" are also immediately memorable....I'd say that's a pretty good return on investment for a $10 CD

From: Inter` Date: May 30, 2011 at 19:30
Okay, so I very nearly didn't check this album out after reading the comments but I'm glad I did. The production isn't great but it isn't nearly as bad as some of the comments suggest. It is rather dry sounding so it doesn't have the usual big Hard Rock/AOR sound but the sound is clear enough and most importantly the songs are really great! Mikael may not be at his best vocally but I felt that was part of the charm, that could just be me though! Overall I think this is a stronger album than the debut.

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