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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Walk Music Gmbh
Catalog Number: KDC 10014
|1.||Dump Inside My Head||2:54|
|2.||...And Just Let Die||4:25|
|6.||Land of Confusion||3:31|
|7.||Giggle Just Giggle||3:49|
|8.||Always on the Run||2:56|
|9.||Nice and Cold||5:57|
|Total Running Time:||35:31|
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|From: juan carlos||Date: February 8, 2009 at 15:16|
|Average HardRock album, not good but itīs not crap imo, arminīs voice is very strange that reminded me a bit of Mike Patton(FNM), ok production and the best of this album is the Guitar Solos. 7/10|
|From: MrMetal||Date: March 6, 2014 at 20:46|
|It's unclear whether "Dinomania" was an official or unoffical release as I've read both (although issued on a proper label). A couple of lineup changes would occur as Klaus Leichtl replaced Peter Keis on drums as well as Rainer Thanner replacing Johannes Bleibrunner on keyboards with the remaining lineup intact from their previous LP from 1991 ("Commercial Gods"). It was apparent that the act were at a crossroads here & were likely unaware of what exactly was becoming popular during this era. Gone were the Neo-Classical influences from all of their previous offerings to a more Traditional-styled Melodic Rock vibe. I agree that Armin's vocal delivery also changed drastically & had some influences of Mike Patton although it's unclear if FATH NO MORE'S "The Real Thing" LP had any direct influence. And I would also agree that the only real highlights would be Paul Kreiger's guitar soloing as it was evident he was stil in the Neo-Classical mode. This would also be the end of the road....|
|From: MrMetal||Date: March 6, 2014 at 20:47|
|For the band. It was likely that the change in musical direction had a direct effect on the act pushing forward. This was the least satisfying of all of their recordings.|
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