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Artist: Mystery

Title: Mystery

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 1991

Label: ARS Productions

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Personnel

Peter De Wint Vocals
Geert Annys Guitar
Philip Dewilde Bass
Chris Taerwe Keyboards
Kris De Brauwer Drums

Tracks

1.  The Land Of Mystery  
2.  Please Don't Leave Me Know  
3.  Eclipse  
4.  Heart On Fire  
5.  We Are United  
6.  Keep On Rollin'  
7.  One Way To Rock  
8.  Forever  
9.  Fight For Your Life  
10.  Stronger Than Ever  
11.  Wonderland  
12.  Fata Morgana  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: jessica96fish Date: June 1, 2004 at 19:44
the vocalist is peter de wint.also in affair.this is a good slab of mhr.well worth checking out imo.this cd is much better than there second cd backwards.

From: Rycheage Date: June 10, 2004 at 23:46
If you're into keyboard dominated melodic rock, then this is one bunch you'll need to track down. The Zinatra like keyboard attack can be heard on the superb 'Keep On Rollin'. Love this one! Mind you, the next track 'One Way To Rock' is cool too, big keyboard layers and cutting guitars! And where would we be without a ballad on an album like this? Well thankfully Mystery deliver us 'Forever', full of ambient pianos and stirring lyrics. Fantastic stuff!! AOR Freaky and Freddy would love this.

From: AOR freaky Date: June 11, 2004 at 10:30
Yes, I love this, and it's even from my own country, Belgium, not exactly known as a great rock country ! But these guys did it right. Look also out for a new great Belgian project called 'Frozen Rain' from Kurt Vereecke ! Fantastic keyboard dominated stuff ! I some label would sign him now (even Tommy Denander is involved on guitar !). Check it out on the Frozen Rain website !

From: Geoff Date: January 10, 2005 at 5:14
A lot of hype surrounds this CD and you will see it spoken of highly when it comes up for sale. I don't think it's amazing, but can understand that fans of keyboard orientated rock would enjoy. 'Please don't leave me now' is a cool melodic rocker and elsewhere it's a good CD, but more in a direction of AOR I'm not too keen about. Decent, but again not a fave of mine.

From: RVB Date: October 6, 2005 at 15:11
The land of mystery and Keep on rollin' are superb songs. This is a very good album. Also check out the second one, it's not as good as this one but still great. Rating: 8,5

From: SCANDI Date: November 12, 2005 at 13:24
Very recommentable album . My favourite song on it "The land of mystery" reminds on BAD HABIT while the superp "Forever" and "Please don't leave.." could be written by R. VALENTINE. The last track "Fata morgana" makes me think of a fusion between RAINBOW and Y. MALMSTEEN. I agree that the rockiest track "Keep on rollin'" plus the "One way to rock" are very good too. Overall the album reminds me on SKAGARACKs "Hungry for a game" Cd as well (keys) or STORMWINGs "s/t" (song structure). 8,95/10

From: AOR/MHR fan Date: December 16, 2005 at 14:40
Buen disco de Pomp/MHR con gran influencia de bandas como Zinatra o 1st Avenue. Encabazados por Peter De Wint (Crossfire, Affair) esta banda logra hacer un disco donde los teclados dominan claramente el ambiente ("Keep On Rollin", "Heart On Fire") con unos toques de guitarra excepcionales. Tal vez carezca de la calidad de produccion que 1st Avenue o Zinatra, pero sin lugar a dudas las canciones estan a la altura.

From: Japangea Date: May 22, 2006 at 9:25
Weren't they from Belgim and formed by the aches from the great Metal band,Ostrogoth? No?!

From: juan carlos Date: March 23, 2007 at 11:06
Vaya Voz pero si parece la versión fuerte de Bax Fehling de los Bad Habit y es nada menos que el cantante de los Face to Face.. Gran Melodic Hardrock con una buena dosis de teclados de muy buena factura. con "The Land Of Mystery" ya dá muy buena impresión el grupo. La voz, coros, riffs y esos tremendos solos (Atención a los solos, como para no obviarlos de ninguna manera) son con seguridad lo mejor del disco. Cierto, "Forever" con un aire total a Zinatra. Difícil dar una favorita.. mejor!!. 9/10

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 28, 2007 at 10:52
Good MHR, buena cantidad de años que lo tengo y nunca me llamo mucho la atencion esta bueno es cierto pero carecen de la magia que tienen bandas como Zinatra por ejemplo les falta mucho estilo para eso sobre canciones hay buenos cortes pero ninguna grande segun mis gustos 8/10

From: z4roxx Date: March 28, 2007 at 12:47
This album is amazing IMO,the rightest comparison I think it's with 1st Avenue band.The second one is another very good cd but far from the debut in style,more energic pure hard rock with any kind of keys who dominate here....

From: LGBG1978 Date: March 31, 2007 at 21:34
Puede ser parecido a Zinatra, pero nunca como ZINATRA, la verdad le hace falta algo para ser extraordinario porq el estilo ta genial, produccion normal, pero quiza la comparación es la que hizo la diferencia para no tratarlo por aparte, el disco es bueno, a escucharlo vale la pena, pero joya ummmm no creo, pa colección claro que si.

From: george_the_jack Date: June 4, 2008 at 11:14
''Please Don't Leave Me Now'' God what a song!!!!!! A very overlooked Melodic Hard Rock/AOR GEM that is essential for every respective fan. Go Get it as soon as it is available! 95/100

From: Japangea Date: July 20, 2008 at 4:26
Ex-Ostrogoth - Crossfire singer,Peter De Wint,does a very good job on this melodic gem.It's definitely like Giuffria in sound with a touch of Scandinavians like Treat and Skagarack.

From: newscandi Date: July 25, 2008 at 17:37
This is an album of those I don't know if to keep them or to give them away.. "The land of mystery" is a very good song near SKAGARACK's best songs (on their first 2 albums) but the next one "Please don't leave me now" reminds me on a nursery rhyme. The refrain and als the keyboard is so tutling, it's anoying as if a little boy makes his first ever keyboard experiences. "Eclipse" is a nice instrumental in the vain of SKAGARACK's "Dreaming" or McAuley SG's "There has to be another way" or Y.MALMSTEEN's "Brothers" just to mention the first 3 tracks. --So it's a very cheesy ("Forever")and a "wanna be a cool guy" ("Keep on rollin'") album at the most times.

From: 123charpenay Date: May 29, 2009 at 17:14
skagarack is one of the best hard fm band of the history.how can you see anything in common with mystery.when you listen 2 minutes of this cd s you know immediatly that mystery is a very little band a second zone band without any interest.forget this poor cd s.

From: newscandi Date: May 29, 2009 at 17:36
The MYSTERY-s/t album is DEFINITIVELY one of them which you need to have in your collection if you wanna have all the best european melodickrock stuff together ! No second meaning. It might, of course, not be everyone's favourite taste - but that's another question. But saying this is not SKAGARACK like -at least at lots of times- is incorrect.


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