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Into A Former State
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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
Label: MTM Music (Germany)
Catalog Number: 0681-163
Danny Martinez Vocals, Guitar|
Brian Mesa Lead Guitar, Vocals
Joe Marone Bass
Rob Marone Drums
|1. ||Welcome To My Life ||3:41|
|2. ||End Of The Line ||3:13|
|3. ||Undone ||4:24|
|4. ||Broken ||3:10|
|5. ||The Other Side ||3:45|
|6. ||Mercy Pays The Dept ||4:22|
|7. ||All In All ||4:06|
|8. ||Generation ||3:47|
|9. ||I Want It All ||4:52|
|10. ||Alex ||2:00|
|11. ||Everyday ||3:58|
|12. ||Somewhere We Belong ||4:21|
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|Total Running Time:|| 45:39|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: May 22, 2006 at 1:04|
|Such an excellent album... BUT, the production will catch a few off guard. This is, of course, the ex-CITA/Guild of Ages guys at work here. The shock is that GOA always had such massively produced albums, especially the HUGE drums... but Bobby Barth is gone here and the sound is much rawer. The song-quality is as good, though, and I guess that's all that matters. Only 'I want it all' is a filler, and every other track is a killer. Essential for CITA and GOA fans. One of my faves this year.
||Date: June 29, 2006 at 15:04|
|Argh....I was expecting so much from these guys - I thought it might be something like C.I.T.A, but I found it heavier and the melodies well they weren't there. Didn't like it as much - was hoping for a more of a melodic feel as oppose to something heavier.
||Date: December 9, 2006 at 18:31|
|Being a huge CITA/GOA fan, I knew I had to have this little gem. The first thing you notice is the absence of Bobby Barth and the huge production he brought to every other project this killer band has done. That aside the boys make up for it with a batch of solid rock songs. Yes, I said rock. This disc has a slightly heavier edge than CITA or GOA. Don't get me wrong, there are trademark elements of that classic sound. "All In All" is a perfect example. Cont...
||Date: December 9, 2006 at 18:34|
|It would be right at home on either of the CITA discs. You and I are usually on the same page Geoff, but while I think this disc is very good, it is not going to make my top 10 I don't think.
||Date: December 9, 2006 at 18:36|
|P.S. I thought the remake of I want it all was great, but another original would have been better.
||Date: December 11, 2006 at 19:05|
|Wow Metalmusicman, I rarely do this - if ever - but I really have to go back and revise my first comments. This isn't currently sitting in my top 20 this year and I have to retract my initial review, because this one just does not live up to repeated listens. Sounds worse every time. That said, it is not a bad album at all and there are some really good tracks, but A LOT more fillers than I first thought. Still recommended for CITA/GOA fans... but not as good as my first review suggests.
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