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||Date: July 18, 2004 at 18:36|
|This CD leans more to the heavier edge of Euro-rock. More in comparison to Axel Rudi Pell, Yngwie (Soto days), Rainbow and Dio. "Heat Of The Flame" has a frantic pace as does "Different Worlds". The balladry on "Heal My Soul" is positively haunting. The rest are all consistent with varying degrees of pace. Excellent and comes highly recommended!!
||Date: August 3, 2004 at 5:21|
|Friends of this album should check Tarot's Suffer Our Pleasures. Marco (the bassplayer on this album) is far better singer than Peter James Goodman. Surely you know that he's now in Nightwish playing bass and also doing some demonic vocals. Check Tarot's album and you'll find out that he can sing with other styles too.
||Date: June 3, 2006 at 10:25|
|This is one of the best hard rock albums made by a finnish band. Peter James Goodman is great and the other players rock also. Now what I want to see is the second album guys!
|From: "el gran Ñako"
||Date: August 20, 2006 at 4:58|
|Este disco es alucinante!!! Suena clásico a lo Rainbow - Purple, suena a ratos a power metal, tiene toques a todos los palos del metal y unos fragmentos de flauta que crean unas atmosferas preciosas. Escuchadlo, que no os arrepentiréis. ¡Que alguien me explique lo de los cinco hombres del circulo polar!!!
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