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Category: Hard Rock/Melodic Metal
Catalog Number: None
|1.||Tonight Is The Night|
|2.||Fall Over You|
|3.||Feels Like Winter|
|4.||Closer To You|
|6.||One Night Stand|
|7.||Charlatan (Your Religion)|
|8.||Wherever You Go|
|9.||Age Of Deception|
|10.||Slipping Into Oblivion|
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|From: anamal||Date: December 16, 2004 at 0:25|
|just recieved this little piece..very interesting cd..havent heard much about it..a canadian band..1 of the members has something going now with annihilator...definatley hard rock with touches ,albeit very little touches of sleaze..production is kinda weak..but the song writing is excellent.. with a smokin 6 stringer..i would recomended it to any of the indie collectors ..now try to find it!!!!!!!!|
|From: Peter||Date: December 16, 2004 at 14:06|
|This is a piece of crap. The only thing good about is the drawing on the front cover. This dud was on Wishing Well's site for cheap recently. They get all kinds of Canadian cds from time to time.|
|From: Geoff||Date: December 20, 2004 at 3:47|
|Sort of agree with Peter here, except I feel the front cover matches it well. Dodgy poverty stricken cover for a pretty bland hard rock outing. Not absolute crap, but pretty dead if you ask me. Not bad if you can get it on the bottom side of $5.00, but definately easily left out of one's collection, IMO.|
|From: blackjacques||Date: June 9, 2005 at 12:00|
|Thanks for the "smokin 6 stringer" compliment anamal! That was my first studio recording experience but I like how the solos turned out. We all wanted to play different styles, so the album is quite...diverse! If you enjoyed the heavier materal on that album, I urge you to check out Ivory Knight's Unconscence CD. We got Jeff Waters of Annihilator to mix it! It's a melange of thrash, classic metal, and prog. Visit our web site for details: www.ivoryknight.com Rob Gravelle|
|From: meandmusic||Date: June 9, 2005 at 14:21|
|Heard this quite awhile back actually...saw this and pulled it out recently to give it another proper listen. Production sound is actually clear and good...the mixing is terrible however. No punch to the guitars..If you listen past the cheese, you can hear some really strong musicianship and very well thought out passages. Intense here and there. Some highly original stuff. I wonder what they would sound like now. Definitely better than some of the more recent indie stuff I've heard.|
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