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Artist: Osukaru

Title: Triumphant

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2013

Label: City Of Lights

Catalog Number: COL03

Personnel

Oz Osukaru guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
Fredrik Werner vocals, guitars, backing vocals
Cecilia Camuii vocals, backing vocals
Jenz Bjork saxophone
Adrian Lopez piano, keyboards
Ryan Cole drums 2,3,5,6,7,8,11
Axel Ryberg drums 4,9,10,12
Erik Heikne (Miss Behavior) guitar on tracks 8

Tracks

1.  Dawning  
2.  Triumphant  
3.  Heaven In Your Eyes  
4.  Prisoner of the Night  
5.  Walk In Balance  
6.  Holding On To Memories  
7.  Cruise Control  
8.  Mafia Rules  
9.  I Won't Let You Go  
10.  Never Play With Fire  
11.  Believe  
12.  The Fire Burns On  
13.  Stay Tonight demo bonus track  
14.  Dont Let Go demo bonus track  

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From: Jez Date: August 20, 2013 at 17:03
As with the other Osukaru releases, there are some really good ideas/songs going on here and to a certain point, the band have made these songs the best they can. The one major problem here (again), and it's a serious one for my ears and others who have heard it, are the vocals of new duo Fredrik Werner and Cecilia Camuii. Badly sung, out of tune in places, badly mixed and 2 voices that don't really seem to work any magic together either. It all ends up to a bit of a mess, which spoils the whole album for me. Ironically the best moment of the album comes in the shape of instrumental 'Crusie Control' which is a nice west coast style track. It's a real shame, as there is some quality material on this album, played by some quality musicians, ultimately spoilt completely by the vocals. Maybe next time (again)

From: ROBERT Date: December 11, 2013 at 20:37
DECENT ALBUM OF 2013

From: titothetitan Date: October 8, 2020 at 19:15
That's exactly my opinion about this band and album, Jez. When things start to get better for this band, they take a step back. Although the new singer is slightly better than the first two, they added an annoyng female voice with no chemistry between them and it highlights my frustration with this band.


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