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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Lion Music
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|1.||End of Our Days|
|3.||When the World Comes Down|
|4.||Going Down in Flames|
|5.||Way Up High|
|6.||Loser on a King's Throne|
|7.||Ready to Believe|
|9.||...For My Sins|
|11.||Welcome to the Mystery|
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|From: Brandon||Date: March 20, 2004 at 22:49|
|An Awesome Hard Rock album in the vein of the new Skid Row album. Great song writing and heavy tracks make this one a sure masterpiece! Highly Recommended!|
|From: Rodrigo||Date: May 23, 2004 at 3:28|
|Cool album great melodic hard rock|
|From: Geoff||Date: March 4, 2005 at 18:58|
|'Going down in flames' is a killer hard rocker and 'Way up high' is a rather spectacular ballad. Overall, this is heavy rock, and really quite good. Reminds me a little of Dogface, actually.|
|From: KikekÃ¡zeres||Date: April 15, 2005 at 17:16|
|Amazing CD. Go get it now!!! This band is incredibly good; no further comments needed. If you like Hard Rock, it is basic staple for your collection. Waiting impatiently for the second one ;-)|
|From: Lennie||Date: August 11, 2006 at 11:26|
|Just awesome hard rock! Imagine Jean Beauvouir vocals, Harem style choruses and metallica riffs. Brilliant. This is right up my street and not a filler in sight. Pers favs being '...For My Sins', 'Welcome to the Mystery' (awesome verses - kick arse!) and of course 'Going Down in Flames', but dont get me wrong all are uniformly excellent. For the price you can pick up this disc it is a bloody bargain. At least a 9.5/10.|
|From: z4roxx||Date: November 24, 2006 at 15:32|
|One of the finest last bands to me.Great melodick metal/hard rock,a little modern in style but very catchy and melodick.Good voice and remarkable arrangements,too.I’d like to hear their last cd if it’s great like this one.9.5/10.|
|From: erik||Date: June 10, 2007 at 5:38|
|Andrea !!!! i so agree on this one. Finally got my copy yesterday. Man o man i love it. Its hard ( not always my style) but always so catchy. And not really a single filler on board. I cant believe the second release would be even better. Cant even pick out a song that stands out. They all do. New release end of June is coming up. Must have album. 9,5/10|
|From: juan carlos||Date: November 16, 2007 at 20:45|
|HardRock Melódico con sonido actual y con riffs buenos pero que no me agradado como debe ser, los solos son lo que sí me dejan algo satisfechos. Ningún tema que me guste de principio a fin salvo "Way Up High". Bueno. 7.9/10|
|From: metalmaniac777||Date: January 2, 2010 at 11:57|
|When this CD is cranked up to maximum volume (the only way to play it), soft rock sissies will sprint for shelter like a freshly-spanked shitzu, but those who like their hard rock with a heavy, in-your-face edge will want to throw back their head and howl at the moon with fists raised in approval. This straddles the fence perfectly, cranking out enough commercial hooks to placate melodic rockers while slamming out enough red-hot riffage to keep the metalheads happy, and is quite capable of going pound for pound against other heavy-hitting hard rock bands like Herazz, MoonDoc, and Million. Powerful guitars, attitude-laced vocals, lots of slam-bang...assuming you're into this musical subgenre, this hellishly good CD will make you feel like you've died and gone to Heaven.|
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