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Artist: Barros

Title: Gemini

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2003

Label: Point Music

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Personnel

Rafael Gubert vocals
Paulo Barros guitars
Jose Baltazar bass
Luis Barros drums

Tracks

1.  Escape from the Lies  
2.  Guardian Angel  
3.  The Blink of an Eye  
4.  Jesus Moved Out  
5.  Talk Tomorrow  
6.  You and My Way  
7.  A Soul of Fire  
8.  The Half of Me  
9.  Night Fall  
10.  Fever  
11.  Praying for the Lord  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: May 16, 2004 at 21:08
If guitar-driven melodic hard rock is your thing, then Barros are worth an investigation. It's strong points: vocalist Rafael Gubert provides the vocal power, and the overall theme is an interesting change for many familiar with Tarantula's previous efforts. Also, if you happen to be a past fan of Guild Of Ages, then jump onboard. The opener 'Escape From The Lies' ploughs it way through some intense riffing, melodic to the core. 'Guardian Angel' has a lot of depth to it. Excellent stuff!!

From: Gringo Date: May 17, 2004 at 15:01
I was thinking of trying this one out, but then I noticed Ryecheage left a positive review, and he's the same guy that left unbelieveably Troka a positive review. Now I don't know. ;-)

From: Rycheage Date: May 17, 2004 at 21:46
So don't get it. Who cares? This CD is excellent and I stand by my review. Later Gringo.

From: howe Date: September 21, 2004 at 19:37
They announce it as modern Hard Rock, but there's nothing modern about this cd. Today, a Hard Rock band has to be very, very good and creative in order to, at least, convince the followers of the genre. There's nothing new about this cd - same old riffs, solos, lyrics, vocals, everyhting... 4/10

From: cesaryche Date: November 9, 2004 at 6:07
Well, what is modern? This guys had 20 years of hard working, and on stage they could show you (howe), what is modern!!! For example "Rage for Order" is modern in 2004.


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