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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Dr2 Records
Catalog Number: DR2CD 018
|1.||Time to Run||4:14||Cover: Phantom Blue|
|7.||Nothing Going on||3:22||Cover: Clawfinger|
|Total Running Time:||37:17|
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|From: CC||Date: March 15, 2017 at 8:02|
|Formerly known as Maarja Kivi from the band Vanilla Ninja, but this is a much heavier, more modern sounding album. Because of this completely different sound I am not going to say this is not as good as her previous band as she has obviously decided she does not want to dwell on past glories (hence the name change as well). When I first heard this I had not checked the writing credits, and was surprised to hear the opening track was a Phantom Blue cover, which is one of my fave female rock bands. Overall, if you like things a little crunchier with a modern twist, this is very good. What I will say though is how her vocal style has changed to accommodate this style. If you did not know who she was, you would not guess she was the same singer on Vanilla Ninja's first two albums.|
|From: 123charpenay||Date: May 13, 2020 at 17:12|
|agree with cc.it s not at the same level than vanilla ninja(it s difficult).yes it s much (a little) heavier than v n,but it s a very good record with a very big vanilla ninja s influence.for make short ,if you are fan of vanilla ninja(like me)this cd is for you.you ll not disapointed even if the style is a little different.|
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