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Motherland

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2013

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FR CD 593

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (19 ratings)

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Personnel
Ronnie Atkins vocals
Ken Hammer guitars
Morten Sandager keyboards
Allan Tschicaja drums
Rene Shades bass
Tracks
1.  Mother of All Lies     Listen!
2.  To Fool a Nation     Listen!
3.  Confession     Listen!
4.  The Iceman     Listen!
5.  Sad To See You Suffer     Listen!
6.  Hooligan     Listen!
7.  Infinity     Listen!
8.  Why So Serious     Listen!
9.  Motherland     Listen!
10.  I See Ghosts     Listen!
11.  Bullet for You     Listen!
12.  Who What Where When Why     Listen!
13.  Wasted     Listen!

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From: Axe Slinger Date: March 22, 2013 at 21:35
Actually, I liked this one a lot too. PM are one of my favorite metal / hard rock crossover bands as they do it very well. To me, Motherland sounds like a very logical transition from Pandemonium and has some very good tunes. It has the excellent 'Mother of All Lies' and 'To Fool a Nation' to open up and then the more hard rockish songs like 'Sad To See You Suffer'. After a couple of listens, I liked Pandemonium a little better but this is just an extension of the last two discs. If you liked those, you'll probably like this as well.... 90/100 for me.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 10, 2013 at 18:43
This act started in early 80's as a Heavy Metal act then it flirted with Melodic Rock/AOR and nowadays they play this type of modern rock thing that is inevitable,shamely and that makes the band loses its credentials one way or another...i'm in pro of evolution but for newcomers not established bands at all...ok,my point is,this is not a bad album,in fact,it has plenty of good songs(for the listeners that like new sounds this might be a wet dream)but as i said,leave that for newcomers..."Mother Of All Lies"(catchy),"To Fool A Nation","The Iceman","Sad To See You Suffer"(nice),"Why So Serious","Motherland"(rocks!),"I See Ghosts" & "Who What Where When Why" are in my book for sure but just that...a matter of tastes but they should have stuck to their roots...80/100

From: The SAFIRE Drummer Date: April 14, 2013 at 2:40
Big Ballsy Hard Rock with keys. What else could you ask for. Pretty Maids Rock yet again.

From: rocksoul Date: July 14, 2013 at 6:03
One of the best bands of al time in heavy melodic metal...... Whit Pretty maids, you can ask how much the album is better. Not if it's good.....that's obiously. Pretty maids rule!!!!

From: underworld king Date: March 13, 2015 at 8:33
Another awesome album by Pretty Maids! Keeping in the same style as their previous releases this album doesn't disappoint. Too me, this is a slight step up over Pandemonium albeit, just slightly. I for one, am happy to see this band finally getting some recognition in the current age though I thought they rated it back in the day.


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