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Artist: M.ILL.ION

Title: Electric

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M.ILL.ION Electric Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1998

Label: BlueStone music (Germany)

Catalog Number: BSM 1016


B.J Laneby bass guitar
Hasse Johansson lead vocals
Stefan Wetterlind lead guitar
CT Rohdell guitars
Per Westergren drums
Mikael Böhnke keys


1.  Wrong Side  
2.  Candyman first video  
3.  Get Down to Biz  
4.  Eye of the Storm  
5.  Step on the Breaks  
6.  Liar  
7.  Opinion Machine  
8.  Warblind  
9.  Narrow Mind Land  
10.  Magic Woman  
11.  Tears of Pain  
12.  Kiss of Death  

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From: DRAGONFLY Date: December 15, 2001 at 8:25
Traditional heavy AOR with impressive guitarwork,great vocals and top notch keyboards. Powerful melodic rock. Highly recommended as is their first two releases.. "NO.1" from'93 and "WE,OURSELVES AND US" from '94. All three are very impressive Swedish hard rock.

From: Geoff Date: January 3, 2005 at 23:56
Another big slab of heavy rock. 'Candyman' is a killer track, and like the prvious album there's only the single track that really blows my mind, but like the previous album the rest are good heay slabs of melodic heavy metal. Yeah, another cool album. Very good band.

From: Dead Planet Date: August 18, 2006 at 17:42
This band must be a bit too heavy for these pages, considering the lack of comments, which is a damn shame cause they are excellent. If you like driving hard rock with lots of guitars check out any of their releases because they're all worth having...

From: metalmaniac777 Date: February 6, 2011 at 9:35
I really wish more melodic hard rock bands would incorporate a heavier edge into their sound, because when done right, that sort of stuff kicks all kinds of ass, and heavy-edged ass-kicking is exactly what Million does on this CD. There was no song better than "Candyman" released in 1998, an absolutely electrifying track built around killer chorus hooks, in-your-face vocals, and a healthy dose of attitude.

From: playhogan Date: October 15, 2017 at 11:28
This is truly some of the worst production I have ever heard. Just terrible. Compared to the first release this is not good at all.

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