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TRYTAN - Sylentiger - CD - **Excellent Condition** - RARE
TRYTAN - Sylentiger - CD - **Excellent Condition** - RARE
TRYTAN - Sylentiger - CD - **Excellent Condition**
TRYTAN - Sylentiger - CD - **Excellent Condition**

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Category: CCM Prog Rock

Year: 1990

Label: REX

Catalog Number: SPCN7901421029

Average Rating: 86 / 100 (5 ratings)


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Steve Robinson bass, keyboards
Jim Dobbs drums
Lary Dean guitar, vocals
1.  Take Cover  
2.  Deadly Masquerade  
3.  Beyond the Night  
4.  Star Bound  
5.  Make Your Move  
6.  Sylentiger  
7.  Here to Stay  
8.  Playing with Fire  
9.  Life Goes On  
10.  Waking the Giant  
11.  By My Spirit  

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From: James Date: October 29, 2001 at 15:59
If you like RUSH then give this band a try.

From: Cephas Date: March 5, 2002 at 3:17
I can't rate this particular CD because I never owned it. But, having gotten - and, gotten rid of - Trytan's other CD, "Celestial Messenger," I can review their style. The music's okay, heavy on the keyboards. Vocalist Lary Dean was the problem, though: His voice was so whiny & annoying I couldn't bear another listen. This one was up for sale darn quick, you can believe me!

From: wade Date: December 22, 2003 at 14:10
we used to watch these guys rehearse in south holland illinois. in the mid 80`s great times & awesome music drummer was very special. reminded me of the drummer in the band loudness -muneteka higushi if anyone knows what ever happened to these guys let me know @ wadesaluvr69@aol.com

From: Impaler Date: February 28, 2004 at 13:00
One of the best melodic progressive hard rock albums out there. Rush influence is heavy on this one but more recent Rush compared to their first album which sounded like it had a little older Rush feel to it. Above comments by Cephas should be ignored as he is clearly a moron!-probably a Poison/Bon Jovi fan when he wasn't listening to Culture Club and Wham.

From: z4roxx Date: March 27, 2005 at 12:21
Totally agree with Impaler.One of the best in class hard rock/prog ever,the other release"Celestial Messenger"is not so awesome like this one.That's really a masterpiece and If you like Rush you'll appreciate very much this band(the singer is Geddy Lee's clone,terrific!).10/10 IMO.

From: shoemaker Date: June 29, 2010 at 8:11
Sorry I cant hear prog rock on this album. And only the song "Waking the giant" reminds a bit of RUSH. The rest is good melodic metal like ANGELICA or HOLY SOLDIER. THe problem is as mentioned the beegged singer and a thin production.

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