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Artist: Silver

Title: Dream Machines

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Category: Hard Melodic Rock

Year: 2002

Label: Point Music

Catalog Number: 10195


Michael Voss Guitars, Backing Vocals
Bernie Torme Guitars
Gary Barden Lead Vocals
Don Airey Keyboards
Marco Minnemann Drums
Matthias Rethmann Bass Guitar
Doro Pesch Guest Vocals On "Never Again"
Andreas Bruhn Backing Vocals
Bruce Bisland Backing Vocals
Jeff Summers Backing Vocals
Thomas Zink Backing Vocals


1.  Silver Dream Machines  
2.  Head Or Heart  
3.  Chains  
4.  Never Again  
5.  Forever  
6.  Banished  
7.  Lovin' You  
8.  Far Below Zero  
9.  Found Me Another One  
10.  She Came  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: April 21, 2004 at 3:59
The follow up to the debut Silver Cd sees the same lineup plus Doro Pesch guesting on "Never Again". This is another consistent set of melodic rock songs from the band with the quality universally high throughout. It is difficult to categorise due in part to Gary barden's vocal which is pretty unique. The sound is definately European in delivery and will appeal to fans of Melodic Rock. More rock than AOR this is an excellent blend of melody and power.

From: ROB GARCIA Date: May 5, 2004 at 14:36
yep! rockhead is right,this one sounds very european style melodic rock especially because of bardens voice which sounds oh so british that its unbelieveable.there are some truly inspired melodic rock numbers in here that will impress the most hardened melodic rock fan out there....an album you should keep an eye on.

From: Geoff Date: September 6, 2004 at 3:00
Another great album. If you liked the debut you'll like this every bit as much. No slip in quality at all. 'Found me another one' is the one that stands out for me here. An interesting, very well excecuted track. Yeah, I like this band. Extremely consistent. Buy if you like and can imagine a less heavier version of Demon Drive's 'Heroes' CD.

From: metaldragon Date: December 11, 2004 at 12:39
great album the hard rock excellent guitars, vocals, metaldragom from PORTUGAL

From: kinghanuk Date: November 28, 2017 at 16:49
Not as groundbreaking nor breathtaking as the debut album, but this is still a worthy follow up that everyone should own. You can hear strong hooks and infectious melodies throughout the album and the production is flawless as well.

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