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|2.||Losing My Religion||Listen|
|3.||From Now On||Listen|
|4.||Until the End||Listen|
|5.||So This Could Be Love||Listen|
|8.||How Many Times||Listen|
|9.||Feeding the Fire||Listen|
|10.||How Can I Say||Listen|
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|From: Rycheage||Date: June 15, 2003 at 2:41|
|To get straight to the point, Guild Of Ages are back with their best effort yet. After their slightly less inspiring effort last time around there was speculation over what they would do next and talk of a Danny Martinez solo record. But thankfully clear heads prevailed and the guys returned to the studio determined to record their best album to date. That they have achieved.|
|From: Rick G||Date: May 9, 2004 at 7:35|
|These Guys Are WAYYYYyyyyyy....Under Rated.. there should be more of this POWER on the airwaves and in our hearts.. what else can i say ..but just listen and then you be the judge!|
|From: Rockhead||Date: July 19, 2004 at 11:56|
|I loved CITA and have all the GOA albums but compared to the 1st-this is not as good. The songs all sound the same and the hooks arn't as big as the debut.|
|From: Border Rat||Date: September 29, 2004 at 16:29|
|Although I like GUILD OF AGES/CITA this is the best of the 3 GOA cds in my opinion.The hooks are there and this disc gets better with every spin.Wicked game,losing my religion,from now on,this could be you,reaching out,how many times and how can I just say are my favourite songs.The others are fair enough too.This is a real kick ass rock band.GUILD OF AGES are now back under the name of RELAPSE.Great to have you back guys!ROCK ON!|
|From: Geoff||Date: February 16, 2005 at 4:19|
|Just listen to 'How many times' if you're unsure what the word perfection stands for. That riff, it just doesn't get better. This CD - sadly the last GOA effort - is, as you would expect, another stunner. Amazing performances by the musicians involved here, huge songs like 'Losing my religion', 'How many times', 'Reaching out', 'Feeding the fire'... just another excellent disc from a band beyond excellence.|
|From: Joe||Date: April 13, 2005 at 8:58|
|To any and all CITA/GOA fans, the band has reformed with original members of CITA under the name RELAPSED and has signed a deal with MTM music to release a new album due out sometime in late 2005. Check out the MTM web site for further details.|
|From: Toņo Chile||Date: September 4, 2005 at 22:28|
|very good band..wicked game and losing my religion two terrific songs|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: December 20, 2011 at 16:36|
|A lot better than their "Vox" record for sure...solid songs/compositions indeed,even the vocalist Danny Martinez sounds more skilled...my faves are "So This Could Be Love"(nice),"Reaching Out","That's Why" & "How Can I Say"(nice)...enjoyable...84/100|
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