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Category: Melodic Rock
Label: Avenue Of Allies
Catalog Number: Avenue 11 01 0021
|3.||Give Her a Sign|
|6.||Til We Meet Again|
|9.||Living the Dream|
|10.||Last Woman Standing|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: November 23, 2011 at 15:41|
|Bloody marvellous!!!!...wow this is one of the few Modern Melodic Rock albums i've heard in a long time that knows hot to mix new tendencies with the classic sound of the genre...Sebastian Roos sounds like a hard Rock version of James Labrie of Dream Theater("Perfect War" is a good example of it)...all the tracks have catchy hooks and rhythm patterns that will put a smile in your face for sure...my faves are "Give Her A Sign","Average Hero","Taking Hostage","Emergency" & "Living The Dream"...in fact the whole album is a blast!!!...highly recommended...'nuff said...90/100|
|From: Jeff||Date: July 21, 2015 at 23:11|
|What rick said, excellent melodic rock, get it!|
|From: Leykis101||Date: August 6, 2015 at 8:23|
|HOLY FUCKING SHIT!!! Blow me right the fuck away, how has nobody commented on this?? this has to not only be one of the top albums of the year 2011, but maybe of all time, paired with the follow up disc,Double Agent,these are a pair of next to perfect discs, with honestly no more then 2 fillers MAX!! between the 2 discs, it was like my ears were finally being rewarded by the Gods of music,for thousands of hours of trolling through shit, and my number was finally called, and I was rewarded for the painstaking process, and for the patience, I just don't even know where or how these came about, and why nobody is on here commenting about them, get a clue people, this is what it's all about, and yes I'm going to copy and post this exact comment over on the Double Agent board, because I cannot say anything more, without being completely idiotic sounding, as any more praise will just sound irritating, GO FUCKING LISTEN TO ANY SAMPLES YOU CAN FIND!! NOW!!|
|From: Doug||Date: August 6, 2015 at 13:02|
|Hmmm....so "Leykis101" really likes this album, huh?|
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