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||Date: May 17, 2011 at 8:38|
|To steal a line from the review in the movie 'Spinal Tap' for the album Rock 'N Roll Creation. This pretentious, ponderous collection of religious rock psalms is enough to prompt the question: What day did the Lord create Eden's Curse and couldn't He have rested on that day too? The theme continues on 'Trinity' which might appeal to rebellious youth in religious schools getting their first henna tattoo. Logue and Eden formed this band to create music to astonish fans worldwide, and make people start asking questions. I have a question. Who anointed Eden's Curse to tell us mere mortals of the failings of organized religion and that they are the enlightened beings with the answers? This release is filled with lukewarm riffs, lame lyrics IMO, and as a believer I find some content borderline blasphemous. Check out the album cover. They even sneak a chick ballad in 'Guardian angel'. Paste link for more Spinal tap moments. http://www.powerofmetal.dk/interviews11/edenscurse_interview.htm
||Date: May 17, 2011 at 12:40|
|I have to disagree with MetallianStallin and say that this a very good album overall with the only parts not so good are perhaps the opening track.. Songs like Trinity,Holy Man, Dare To Be Different (my fave) and Saints of Tomorrow are stellar! Can't Fool The Devil and Black widow are balls to the wall guitar driven tunes. Where MS is way off is with the song Guardian Angel which is no chick ballad but actually a song Paul Logue wrote for his daughter. This album is probably one of the best produced albums I have come across. The sound is incredible from start to finish. As a whole I rate this album a 95/100, it certainly is in the top two albums of the 2011 year to this point and will certainly be a strong contender in my book as one of the finest by end of the year.
||Date: May 18, 2011 at 6:11|
|Triple "M" you appear to be a Eden's Curse aficionado with your knowledge of the band. Technically I am right about the track 'Guardian Angel', it's a song about a chick, not a demon, priest,or wizard. The point I was making is that it was off the beaten path of their usual lyrical content. I liked Logue's last band 'Cry Havoc' and and I think he has some song writing ability. Eden's limited range vox is like nails on a chalk board for me. 'Saints of Tomorrow' sounds like a cookie cutter modern rock track + holy water. Dio has passed away so he doesn't have to hear R & R Children Cursed Cover. Enlighten me on EC as a band. To me this sounds like attempt at a poor man's religious 'Operation Mindcrime'. Check out the the cartoon video for the track ' Holy man' complete with sub titled lyrics. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOw2kLzE-5k&feature=player_embedded 'Trinity' lyrics "Who is going to save you, Father Son,Holy Ghost, who's the one you fear the most" The Anti CCM band?
||Date: May 20, 2011 at 16:04|
|Actually the song Guardian Angel is about his kid. I would agree that they have some lyrics that actually run the gammet on religion if you will.I have seen the video for Holy Man...not really a anti-CCM band but their opinion as is many I am sure of what religious institutional leaders have become. Perhaps that is why many are disenchanted with the church? As far as covers I think everyone and their mother is doing one these days. Music is in the ear of the beholder of course.
||Date: July 13, 2012 at 6:30|
|Pretty good cd. Favorite tracks: Trinity, Black Widow, No Holy Man and Dare To Be Different
||Date: April 12, 2015 at 12:42|
|Personally I preferred Eden's Curse with Michael Eden behind the mic. I think he sings very well with a little bit of Billy Corgan's nasal coolness. Three killer albums before Mike left. Miss him in this band. He had/still has a better vocal range than many others out there. Not all Dennis Ward mixed CDs sound great, but these are damn perfect sounding.
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