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|2.||Make A Move|
|4.||Where The Grass Is Green|
|5.||Centre Of Balance|
|6.||Dogs Are Barking|
|7.||Homeland (Peace Of Mind)|
|11.||From Outside In|
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|From: BOB||Date: October 20, 2004 at 16:20|
|This one is john worst album he have done even with kelly keeling on vox who is a great singer but not here. Go for john's older cd and baton rouge with keeling instead.|
|From: Rycheage||Date: November 22, 2004 at 19:11|
|Kind of hit & miss on this one. Kelly Keeling is on vocals once again and does an admirable job but the songs are not as strong or as structured as previous efforts and the production is also a let down. "Manic Distortion", "Dogs Are Barking" and "Homeland (Peace Of Mind)" are excellent, but the rest of them are the "miss" tracks on this album.|
|From: Geoff||Date: December 28, 2004 at 4:07|
|I cannot tell the difference between this and 'Slipped into a disloving world of urine... I mean Tomorrow'. Awful, bland and featureless hard rock not worth Norum's once-great name. Very poor album and another big shame. F*cking awful.|
|From: osklenn||Date: March 24, 2006 at 14:18|
|Me gusta el cantante Kelly Keeling en algunas músicas, pero ya lo hay visto en mejores trabajos con otros músicos actualmente. Las melodias están muy buenas, recomiendo para los fans!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: February 19, 2011 at 18:08|
|Yeah guys this album is alike to Slipped Into Tomorrow...some kind of grunge noise around...i'm not a fan of grunge whatsoever(only some specific tracks of some specific artists)but somehow i could "dig" this one quite well...relevant songs could be "Manic Distortion","C.Y.R." ,"Centre Of Balance"(grunge feel but quite acceptable),"Dogs Are Barking" & "Endica".....but in general lines,pretty forgettable at the end...84/100|
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