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Category: Modern Hard Rock
Label: Universal Records
Catalog Number: 440-066-093
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Sahaj vocals, guitars, drums|
Ben Carroll guitars, backing vocals
Sean Corcoran bass, backing vocals
Skoota Warner drums
|1. ||Do You Call My Name ||5:16|
|2. ||Rectifier ||4:25|
|3. ||Fallen Rock Zone ||4:37|
|4. ||Only ||3:38|
|5. ||On My Side ||4:27|
|6. ||Violator ||5:00|
|7. ||I Believe ||4:11|
|8. ||Parole ||3:54|
|9. ||High Sensitivity ||4:04|
|10. ||Skorn ||5:00|
|11. ||Walking and Thinking ||3:32|
|12. ||Sky ||4:49|
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|Total Running Time:|| 52:53|
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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: September 26, 2005 at 14:52|
|Time for another battle of words - Oh God are we all ready???Anyways this is another good one, not as immediate as the excellent 'Duality' release, but The songs are there,Tougher and less commercial than on the follow up, but definately quality. A good modern melodic rock album then, and for a debut (?) a great achievement. Not quite as good as 'Duality' but not far off.
||Date: September 26, 2005 at 18:03|
|Doesn't make you want to stand up and cheer as much as "Duality" does, but it's still a pretty darn good debut. This differs from "Duality" in that it is heavier, a little darker, and not as instantly accessible, but it's still got some killer guitars, sharp hooks, and slick harmonies. Not one to be missed, that's for sure, especially if you like your modern melodic hard rock a little on the aggressive side...
||Date: September 26, 2005 at 19:44|
|As noted above, this is heavier than 'Duality' and the songs are not as good or immediate. This is a very solid, and good slab of modern hard rock / metal; that there is no doubting. I guess the only thing I'd have to note is that there are plenty of better modern hard rock releases in this style which leave this for dead, regardless of this actually being good. Solid, but 'Duality' is definately much better.
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