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Artist: Cholane

Title: Kickin'

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Cholane Kickin' Album Cover


Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2003

Label: Rockwerk Records

Catalog Number: None


Jurgen Wulfes Lead Vocals, Guitar
Holger Gitschel Guitar, Backing Vocals
Angelika Schneider Bass, Backing Vocals
Daniel Knop Drums


1.  Running On Empty  
2.  Leaving You  
3.  Try Not To Cry  
4.  Masters And Slaves  
5.  Fall Of The Sinners  
6.  Holy War  
7.  Burning Desire  
8.  Anymore  
9.  Hold On  
10.  Better Believe In Me  
11.  One Day You'll Know  
12.  Losing Control  
13.  Gimme A Smile  
14.  Fool For Your Lovin'  
15.  Kill The King  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: December 28, 2004 at 22:52
Oh the high hopes I had for these guys! Unfortunately these hopes were crushed instantly because of a lead singer who leaves much to be desired. Harsh voice, but more than that he does not seem to strive for available hooks on offer and his approach sounds a little bored and the music is left decent but not well backed up. Pretty cool hard rock, but very lacklustre, IMO.

From: metalmaniac777 Date: March 3, 2006 at 11:54
Even if you're a devout melodic metal fan, odds are this CD won't put a choke-hold on your eardrums or spend much time in your stereo. If the best melodic HR bands are like 6-lane superhighways, Cholane is more like a bicycle path, serviceable, but nothing more. The singer is pretty rough, and there will probably be some listeners out there that would rather be kicked in the teeth by a rabid stallion than have this guy's voice invade their ears. Bottom line, this is blah, uninspiring hard rock.

From: juan carlos Date: March 5, 2008 at 17:46
Sorry guys but i partially disagree with the negative comments above, the harsh/rough voice of Wulfes do not bother me at all and the excellent HardRock/Heavy music here is really good. Listen killer songs like "Masters And Slave" and you´ll see, or the power ballad "Anymore" my favs. i like "Better Believe In Me" "Fall Of The Sinners" "One Day You'll Know" and "Losing Control" as well. Wow.. two live tracks and covers as bonus! Classics like "Fool For Your Lovin'" and "Kill the King" do you wan

From: Andy Date: February 16, 2009 at 3:38
I agree with juan carlos, this band kick ass, the voice of Wulfes é very good with right attitude!

From: rbrigade Date: April 13, 2009 at 8:06
First couple of tracks is really average, but from track 4 the albums gets really enjoyable! The singer has this harsh german accent, but he's not that bad as some suggest. If you like the Astral Doors singer you will probably like this guy too. The music is late 80's commercial heavy metal, like Accept's ''Eat the heat'' with better songs though.

From: andi Date: October 24, 2011 at 13:14
This Album is really great!Shouter recalls me sometimes to Ted Bullet from Thunderhead with a Touch of Paul Sabu....Music is in Style of Accept´s"Eat the Heat" Bonfire´s "Strike Ten"....very great guitars!!!A must have for every Hairmetalfan about beginning of the 90´s.....!!!!

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