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Artist: Amaran's Plight

Title: Voice in the Light

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Category: Prog Rock / Melodic

Year: 2007

Label: ProgRock Records

Catalog Number: PRR260

Personnel

D.C. Cooper vocals
Gary Wehrkamp guitars
Kurt Barabas bass guitar
Nick D'Virgilio drums


Additional Personnel
Chris Alla guitars
Joe Stone guitars
Jim Roberti acoustic guitars
Shawn Gordon keyboard
Trishla O'Keefe backing vocals
Michael Sadler backing vocals
Rick Fisher Backgin vocals

Tracks

1.  Room 316  
2.  Friends Forever  
3.  Coming of Age  
4.  Incident at Haldeman's Lake  
5.  Reflections Part I  
6.  I Promise You  
7.  Consummation Opus  
8.  Truth and Tragedy  
9.  Shattered Dreams  
10.  Viper  
11.  Betrayed by Love  
12.  Turning Point  
13.  Revelation  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: YNGWIEVIKING Date: September 3, 2007 at 9:52
GOOD CD 80/100 with members from ROYAL HUNT/SHADOW GALLERY/AYREON/SPOCK'S BEARD/UNDER THE SUN/GENESIS/ALPHA DOG not always easy to catch at the first turn so be patient MODERN PROG ROCK AT HIS BEST !!

From: Swazi Date: September 5, 2007 at 14:45
Puuhh ... ! This isn't easy listening ! Not by any standard. Heard it yesterday for the first time and found myself wanting to listen to something else after a while. Not bad, but not quite my cup of tea.

From: Lennie Date: September 6, 2007 at 7:12
I wouldnt consider myself a prog (rock or metal) fan, but can appreciate it when done well - ie Threshold. However this is a concept album and the vocals need to be clear and comprehensible so to avoid sitting there like a pleb with the lyric sheet! Aint happening here unfortunately. Some good songs and some immense instrumental passages, but Im with Swazi on this one.


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