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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: Midwest Records
Catalog Number: MID-2284
|6.||Bring On Desire||4:47|
|8.||Torn And Twisted||4:27|
|9.||Put Trust In Me||5:01|
|Total Running Time:||54:00|
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|From: Rene||Date: February 6, 2005 at 13:52|
|Yes, this album is much more metal but the songs are not very good in my opinion. Not a bad album for 97 but still not a kicking ass cd.|
|From: M. Allen||Date: February 8, 2005 at 12:45|
|The cranking guitars & kick-yer-teeth-in attitude may get your blood pumping, but the lack of great hooks will slow it down some. A solid CD that could've been much better with improved songwriting. Still, these guys annihilate a good chunk of the competition and fans of aggressive hard rock should find themselves at least semi-satisfied. Bottom line, not the best, not the worst. Should somewhat appeal to fans of Defyance, Kreyson, High voltage, and bands of that ilk.|
|From: Axelinger||Date: October 19, 2008 at 17:22|
|Just listened to this for the first time today. Likely the last time, too. The singer's voice is as grating as fingernails on a chalkboard and the lyrics are pure, juvenile rubbish. The music is droning and nothing leaps out at you - picture a much better band dialing it up on autopilot. Of all the tracks, Chosen Few has a spark, but a dim one at that. Recommended for insomniacs only.|
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