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Category: Neo Prog Rock
Catalog Number: 839626
|Ebay Average Price: $13.26 |
Billy Sherwood Vocals, Bass|
Bruce Gowdy Guitars, Vocals
Guy Allison Keyboards, Vocals
Mark T. Williams Drums, Percussion, Vocals
|1. ||The Painted Corner ||1:44|
|2. ||The Moment Is Here ||4:30|
|3. ||Can't Let You Go ||4:14|
|4. ||Life-Time ||5:01|
|5. ||Fight To Win ||4:26|
|6. ||Sense Of Freedom ||5:40|
|7. ||The Revolution Song ||5:16|
|8. ||One Last Chance ||4:56|
|9. ||Wasting Time ||3:38|
|10. ||Emotional Wasteland ||4:32|
|11. ||Open The Door ||5:33|
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|Total Running Time:|| 49:30|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Nick C
||Date: November 4, 2004 at 9:32|
|A superb CD that still gets plenty of plays at Clarkson Towers. Billy's vocals bear a passing resemblance to Jon Andersons hence the frequent Yes comparisons. World Trades music has one foot in AOR territory and another in pomp and it's just great stuff. The second the vocals kick in on The Moment is Here still sends shivers down my spine. There are no bad tracks at all on this album. Excellent.... If you are looking for a reference point think Yes circa 90125 BUT more high tech! Make sense??
||Date: November 11, 2004 at 17:48|
|I have to second the comment above.Just brilliant, hooks and songwriting department and to top it all I've got it in the bargain bin!!!!!
|From: rick kerch
||Date: February 9, 2005 at 21:14|
|From: Rafo Phoenix
||Date: March 22, 2008 at 12:18|
|Great & Classic album one of my fav in this style and agree with Nick 100% Yes style especially from their 90125 album, again one of the best Prog Rock/AOR albums in my collection enough said!
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: April 25, 2011 at 21:09|
|Well the similar sound to the band Yes is more than obvious...especially in the way Billy Sherwood sings...in this adventure you can also find the man of many battles,Mr Bruce Gowdy!(nowadays with Unruly Child)..."Life-Time" is my all time favourite track but other very pleasant ones are "The Moment Is Here","Can't Let You Go","One Last Chance","Wasting Time" & "Emotional Wasteland"...if you like extremely Yes then get this one...92/100
||Date: November 24, 2014 at 19:25|
|This is a bit different. I was interested in hearing this as it has some future Unruly Child members in it. The songs are definitely progressive but don't last nearly as long as other progressive offerings. The good songs are excellent and the filler is extremely dull. The Moment is Here is top-class as is One Last Chance and Emotional Wasteland while songs like Can't Let You Go and The Revolution Song seem to bore the pants off me. If you like your AOR a bit progressive, go for it.
||Date: November 12, 2016 at 20:05|
|so glad i finally know who sings i'm wasting time and another world!!! totally thought these were some rare demos someone recorded. i cant wait to hear the rest of the cd!!!
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