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Clash Of The Elements

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Category: Melodic Hard Rock

Year: 2009

Label: Roseship Alley Records

Catalog Number: RARCD01

Average Rating: 86 / 100 (20 ratings)

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Personnel
Jakob Samuel Vocals, Percussion
Henrik Bergqvist Guitars
Pontus Egberg Bass, Backing Vocals
Christian Lundqvist Drums
Tracks
1.  Too Much Of Everything  4:56   Listen!
2.  Caroline  3:47   Listen!
3.  Like No Tomorrow  3:24   Listen!
4.  One Out Of Ten  3:49   Listen!
5.  I Rule The Night  4:07   Listen!
6.  Give Me A Sign  3:36   Listen!
7.  Sweet Enemy  4:48   Listen!
8.  7 Days & 7 Nights  3:59   Listen!
9.  Pilot Of The Storm  3:52   Listen!
10.  Can't Let You Go  4:03   Listen!
11.  Don't Rescue Me  4:09   Listen!
12.  Heart Of Gold  4:24   Listen!
13.  Dream To Follow  3:40   Listen!
14.  Wings Of Destiny  4:12   Listen!
  
Total Running Time:  56:46

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Existing comments about this CD

From: DOUG Date: July 6, 2009 at 1:48
THE POODLES ARE BACK WITH A VERY GOOD RELEASE BUT NOT AS GOOD AS THEIR FIRST EFFORT!

From: the rocker Date: July 8, 2009 at 18:30
this is a good release. i like it.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 20, 2009 at 21:18
Splendorous third release by this "yet-to-be" HUGE band!!!.I wonder what else does this band need to be BIG everywhere (not being american could be the reason)but i bet any american band would kill to record such an album.The best tracks are "Caroline" (what a chorus!),"I Rule The Night","7 Days And 7 Nights","Can't Let You Go","Heart Of Gold"...i mean 2 b honest all the album is amazing!!!.essential...95/100

From: Geoff Date: July 21, 2009 at 23:57
Good disc. This album is probably as good as, if not better than the debut, imo. My only issue with this band is that everytime you hear the CD, rather than it getting better it gets worse, or less interesting with each listen. I loved so many songs after the first few spins, but now I only really adore 'One Out Of Ten' and 'Don't Rescue Me'. Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of other good songs, but not as good as I first thought. Oh, and what the f*ck were they thinking putting that horrible ballad at track one??? Overall, a good CD but I wouldn't say essential.

From: 123charpenay Date: February 10, 2010 at 12:36
their first cd s were not my cup of tea they sound a little too metal at my taste.this third effort is without a doudt their best album.even if they have the bad habit to put in several songs moderns and metal riffs who break the harmony and the melody of this songs.so there is some fillers.they are track 1(ok with geoff this song is a nightmare) track 7,9(great choruse but horrible riff),10.the rest is high class hard fm with fantastics songs.this band have not is own style and his own character but many very greats influences.track2,3,5 looks like to wigwam track11,12,13 to clockwise,track 8 to gotthard ,track 4,14(superb ballads to gun &roses) ect ect.the singer is a real good singer he is amazing.i recommand the japan import cause there is 2 bonus."i rule the night" in acoustic version and the same song in live version.this is a very good live band.i have see them in LYON in 2007 in guest of krokus and hammerfall.


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