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Artist: Voodoo Circle

Title: Broken Heart Syndrome

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2011

Label: AFM Records

Catalog Number: AFM CD 317-2

Personnel

Alex Beyrodt Guitars
David Readman Vocals
Jimmy Kresic Keyboards
Markus Kullmann Drums
Mat Sinner Bass

Tracks

1.  No Solution Blues  
2.  King of Your Dreams  
3.  Devil's Daughter  
4.  This Could Be Paradise  
5.  Broken Heart Syndrome  
6.  When Destiny Calls  
7.  Blind Man  
8.  Heal My Pain  
9.  The Heavens Are Burning  
10.  Don't Take My Heart  
11.  I'm in Heaven  
12.  Wings of the Fury  
13.  Stranger Lost in Time Digi-pak Bonus Track  

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From: Rafo Phoenix Date: February 25, 2012 at 0:56
Very Good Hard Rock/MHR! "This Could Be Paradise, When Destiny Calls, The Heavens Are Burning, Don't Take My Heart & I'm in Heaven" fav tracks, are you a fan of PC69 as me then... thanks again David! 85/100.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 24, 2013 at 19:44
I did really like their 2008 debut album,a mix of metal and hard rock but this one without being bad is way too Whitesnake for my ears(which i admire in a band when they want to emulate an influence but there's only one Whitesnake already,so...).David Readman sounding just like David Coverdale a 100% as well...anyway about the tracks there are plenty of goodie ones in the shape of "No Solution Blues","King Of Your Dreams"(great solid!),"This Could Be Paradise"(great!),"Heal My Pain","The Heavens Are Burning","Don't Take My Heart","Wings Of The Fury"(great!)& "Stranger Lost In Time"(great!)...an enjoyable album but it would have been better without that too deep "snake vibe"...85/100

From: tomdwa Date: April 28, 2020 at 13:11
With this album, they took indeed a turn towards a more classic and sometimes bluesy feel. Whitesnake and Rainbow spring to mind (albeit in a more heavy version). In some tracks the guitar sound really reminds me of Ritchie Blackmore, and David Readman has a voice somewhere in between David Coverdale and Jeff Scott Soto. The more bluesy songs like King of dreams, Devil's daughter and Blind man (not the same song as Whitesnake!) appeal the most to me here.


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