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Artist: SupaRed

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2003

Label: Noise

Catalog Number: N03720


Michael Kiske Vocals
Sandro Glampietro Guitars
Aldo Harms Bass
Jurgen Spiegel Drums


1.  Turn It  4:09
2.  Can I Know Now?  4:44
3.  Let's Be Heroes  4:14
4.  He Pretends  3:54
5.  Freak-Away  4:18
6.  Hey  4:53
7.  Boilingpoints Of No Reburn  3:57
8.  Ride On  4:57
9.  Hackneyed  3:32
10.  That's Why  2:57
11.  A Bit Of Her  4:02
12.  Overrated  3:31
13.  Dancer's Bug  2:32
14.  Turn It  3:21
Total Running Time:  55:01

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: March 3, 2004 at 0:21
It is indeed a rare thing to find this kind of consistency in anything you hear today. People that appreciate rock, metal, progressive, pop, and all of the above will find genuine enjoyment listening to this band.

From: David Gil Date: April 20, 2004 at 12:36
I have allways been a true fan of Michi´s voice from his days in Helloween, I think that his best album with Helloween was Chameleon ´cause is a multi-stylish and timeless album. Nowadays he make this consistant and powerful hard rock cd, I think that this was for me one of the best 2003 cds, Freak Away is a very good song and That´s Why? is a soulful ballad, the cd is consistant as a whole and is allways spinning in my cd player.8.5/10 well done Michi!!; contact: davidgilvallejo@wanadoo.es

From: meradona Date: May 3, 2004 at 8:47
vaya decepcion, habia leido por algun sitio , que era la vuelta de kiske al rock, nada de nada, modernillo, parece un disco de un grupo de estos de ahora, guitarras malas, no me gusta nada, y eso que no lo esperaba como un keeper ni nada asi , pero creo que despues del instant clarity, ( que es el unico disco de kiske que merece por lo menos un par de escuchas) se ha perdido para siempre, Lo siento por sus fans Kiske ha muerto, por cierto David Gil escucha los keeper, por que el chamaleon es un

From: David Gil Date: November 8, 2004 at 20:22
Meradona llevo escuchando a Kiske desde ke tenia 15 años(y ahora tengo25) y tengo todo su material lo suficientemente trillado como para saber realmente ke disco me gusta mas y me sigo kedando con el Chameleon diga lo ke diga la gente porke es un disco variadisimo y muy bien construido y tiene el mejor tema de kiske y de Helloween ke no es otro ke I Believe. Ahi keda eso.

From: meradona Date: November 9, 2004 at 4:43
David yo tengo 31 años y tambien llevo escuchando a kiske desde que salio el keeper 1, tengo todos los discos , directos , conciertos en vcd y la biblia en pasta de el, y no queria criticar el chamaleon solo que pienso que fue un album incomprendido por la mayoria, pero es incomparable a la calidad de los dos keeper,ahora me da muchisima pena lo de kiske, creo que se ha perdido en el mundillo del pop.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 16, 2004 at 14:49
I´m sure this guy wanted a real change in musical direction. Cómon guys give him a break,he´ll probably open his eyes and start doing againg what he knows to do:kicking ass!!!!!

From: meradona Date: July 8, 2005 at 15:22
Ahora si escuchando la demo de place vendome, creo que ha encontrado el camino este si es kiske, ESPERO QUE SIGA EN ESTE CAMINO,bajaros la demo del tema cross the line de place vendome, impresionante, kiske cantando hard rock, en plan shy, treat etc. Espero el disco como agua de mayo

From: meradona Date: August 12, 2005 at 2:59
ya escuche entero el disco de place vendome, sin mas preambulos es un discazo, ahora si, esto es kiske,un gran disco compraroslo si os gusta el hard rock , atencion al tema cross the line.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 2, 2011 at 20:36
Well...the last comment was 6 years ago(meradona)...ok,probably this release or project band was loved and hated(u know why)but is just a musical change of direction...Kiske at that time was saying aloud that Heavy Metal was not his priority anymore and blah blah blah...for an alternative audience this was quite a goodie and i have to admit that despite all,it has goodies ..."Boilingpoints Of No Reburn","Dancer's Bug" & "Turn It" were my favorite songs but also some highlights are "Turn It"(first version),"Let's Be Heroes","Freak-Away","Hey"(this one sounds like U2 influenced but edgier)& "A Bit Of Her"(nice one)...not a must have album but for open minded listeners could be quite interesting...83/100

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