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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: September 26, 2005 at 19:46|
|This just does absolutely nothing for me at all. Straight ahead heavy metal, which is fine, but there just aren't any killer songs IMO. There are worse albums of this style, and it's not a bad album as such, just not a great one either, though. Don't be expecting a Bangalore Choir part 2, that's for sure.
||Date: September 29, 2005 at 17:35|
|This one's pretty bad, so bad that if given the option between cutting your fingers off with a circular saw or listening to this CD again, you might just choose the saw. Of course, aural beauty is all in the ear of the listener, and some folks may find this dark, heavy, blah-inducing album to be right up their alley. As noted above, this is heavy stuff (not Metallica-heavy, but heavy enough), so one thing's for sure, it'll definitely keep things from getting too quiet around your house...
||Date: December 14, 2005 at 12:40|
|Why would anyone expect Bangalore Choir? This isn't BC, it's Sircle of Silence! That's like expecting the band to sound like Vengeance Rising because Larry Farkas is on guitar. VR were a thrash band. This CD is a grower. The more I listend, the more I enjoyed it. My favorite songs are the two heavy lead off tracks; Suicide Candyman and Gonna Die Laughing. Someday Never Comes has a 70's retro sound with a wah-wah guitar rhythm. Sail Away is a sweet, acoustic ballad that reminds me of Badlands.
||Date: March 10, 2010 at 20:48|
|I love DAvid reece! but i was kind of disapointed to hear this, and i was expecting more melodic. But someday never comes is amazing! Other than that, it was not really my style. 65/100/
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