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|2.||Say a Prayer||5:12|
|3.||Give Me Strength||4:53|
|Total Running Time:||19:29|
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|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 15, 2014 at 17:11|
|Pretty similar to Work Of Art but not with the grace of the aforementioned ones..."So Called Heart" which is a demo bonus track(there are 2 on this ep) and not listed here is my fave..."Cassandra & "Say A Prayer" are pleasant ones as well...only for the lack of originality this act loses credibility,somehow...68/100|
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|From: Jez||Date: February 27, 2014 at 16:53|
|Very impressive EP. and a sneak peak of what is to come with the full album, hopefully later in the year. As mentioned, the Work Of Art comparison is an obvious one here, even down to the girls names in the titles and yes, it is hardly groundbreaking stylewise either, Swedish Westcoast AOR is what ya get, but, it is very well written, well played and generally serves as a tasty little treat to wet the appetites until the album proper arrives.|
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