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Category: Neo Prog Rock
Label: Magna Carta
Catalog Number: MA-9005
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Guy Allison Keyboards|
Bruce Gowdy Guitars
Jay Schellen Drums
Billy Sherwood Vocals, Bass
Chris Squire Bass, Backing Vocals On Tracks 3-9
|1. ||One World Going Round ||5:25|
|2. ||Dark Sky ||5:10|
|3. ||The Evolution Song ||5:22|
|4. ||Golden Age ||3:46|
|5. ||The Wake Of The Storm ||6:31|
|6. ||In Your Mind ||6:01|
|7. ||Not The Only One ||3:46|
|8. ||Euphoria ||4:47|
|9. ||Say Goodbye ||5:48|
|10. ||One By One By One ||1:35|
|11. ||Wheels Of Life ||9:51|
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|Total Running Time:|| 58:02|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Nick C
||Date: November 4, 2004 at 9:37|
|World Trades second release and though not as focussed as the first is still worth a good listen. There are some wonderful songs on here Not the Only One really is a standout but again all are pretty fantastic. The band get a bit messy on the overlong Wheels of Life but it kinda has a charm to it. WT have a kind of unique sound and although they touch bases with Yes on occassion you would never confuse the two bands. Is there such a thing as AOR/Pomp mayhem? This is it!
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: May 9, 2011 at 21:26|
|Nothing 2 do if you compare it with the band's self titled debut of 1989...a good album but fails to boreness at certain parts...forget about the Prog/AOR of their debut,this is straight Prog Rock...plenty of smooth songs such as "One World Going Round","The Evolution Song" & "Not The Only One"..."Golden Age" & the neverending "Wheels Of Life" are goodies too...the Yes influence persisted but less in here...84/100
||Date: January 5, 2018 at 23:53|
|ONE OF THE WORLD,S MOST BORING CD,S I HAVE EVER LISTENED TO. COMPLETE WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY. YOU,LL BE DISAPPOINTED AS I WAS. JUST GOES TO SHOW YOU THAT THE TALENT WAS WASTED ON A MISERABLE ALBUM.
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