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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
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|2.||If We Could|
|3.||Live and Let Live|
|4.||Sir Dusty Rope|
|5.||If We Could Dry Mix|
|6.||Time Wasn't Right|
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|From: Delbert||Date: August 30, 2006 at 22:14|
|I wish I could give an easy description of what this disc sounds like, but it is difficult. It is definitely melodic, prog metal with an emphasis on MELODIC. If I had to pick a band that this band resembles at least in a bit of the style or sound, I would have to say that Queensryche is that band. The music is some of the warmest prog metal I have ever heard. It is a guitar / keyboard driven mix with the guitars laying down the base sound, while the many swirling keys create a haunting atmospher|
|From: Delbert||Date: August 30, 2006 at 22:15|
|For those of you who like their keyboarded melodic metal, this is the ticket. Between the piano and the synths, there is enough warmth here to keep you warm throughout the winter without a blanket. The music is absolutely gorgeous without sacrificing their heaviness or progression.When melodic prog metal is played this beautifully, it somehow becomes so hard to explain in text what the basic sound is that the band is trying to put across.|
|From: juan carlos||Date: July 2, 2010 at 1:49|
|Yep but this is more Melodic HardRock/AOR than Melodic Metal IMO, for example, the opener "Entre Nous" is an Excellent piece of Keyboarded Melodic RockAOR, "If We Could" is another great track įla Skagarack with catchy Choruses (BTW, my favorite tracks from this EP). There are some progressive moments but in the warmest possible way. "Time Wasn“t Right" is a short acoustic song(1:50)ok. Good Melodic HardRoc/AOR. 8.5/10|
|From: Rafo Phoenix||Date: July 2, 2010 at 9:41|
|Agree with Delbert but more a Prog/Melodic Hard Rock with some of AOR, tracks 1,2,3 my favs, agree with the rating of Hernan 80/100.|
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