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Confined To Destiny
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Category: Progressive Rock/Melodic Metal
Label: Purple Moon Recording
Catalog Number: PM1701
David Christy All Instruments & Vocals|
Jim Oliver Backing Vocals
Michelle Conte Backing Vocals
|1. ||Creature Of Obedience |
|2. ||Chasing Tomorrow |
|3. ||Original Sin |
|4. ||September Wind |
|5. ||One Dark Night |
|6. ||Beyond The Dream |
|7. ||From Afar I See |
|8. ||It's A Strange Life |
|9. ||Without Reason |
|10. ||World Of Madness |
|11. ||Confined To Destiny |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: September 3, 2007 at 9:40|
|GOOD CD 80/100 A cheaper AND softer version of CRIMSON GLORY/HEIR APPARENT with emphasis on the acoustic side !
||Date: April 10, 2014 at 17:15|
|This was a one-man project developed by David Christy with the assistance of both listed above on backing vocals. Incorrect information on the Internet indicated that he was from Philadelphia when in reality he was from Detroit, Michigan. It was an outstanding Progressive Metal concept release about "one man's rebellion against both society & himself as he slips into a dark world that devours his sanity & eventually his life. The story is of both hope & despair with the beauty of life revealed while the darkness of humanity overshadows". It was rich with melody & crafted the tale both vocally & instrumentally, weaving a path of guitars & choral harmonies that are at once intricate & simplistic. The end result allows the listener to get lost within the journey & become part of its unraveling. An excellent example of high-class U.S. Progressive Metal from start to finish.
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