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Artist: Avalon

Title: Mystic Places

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Category: Progressive Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Semaphore (Germany)

Catalog Number: 37745 CD

Personnel

Many Sturner vocals
Sebastian Eder guitars
Petra Hasselkuss bass
Peter Kei drums
Jens Kuckelkorn keyboards

Tracks

1.  Mystic Places  1:12
2.  I'm Falling  4:44
3.  Passion For Glory  5:42
4.  Crystal Ball  1:38
5.  Through the Eye of the End  5:02
6.  Prisoner of My Mind  4:38
7.  Two Mental  6:31
8.  Time of the Universe  6:16
9.  Wasted Time  5:04
10.  Burning Down the House  4:38
11.  Isolation  1:57
12.  Blind Dance  6:21
  
Total Running Time:  53:43

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Existing comments about this CD

From: KArmakeddon Date: July 4, 2004 at 16:02
Well well well! We got here a 1997 power progressive metal album i could say. The band is italian and this album is great. Listen to it, buy it, and spread the word between the progressive fans. They have a female bass player which is the point of attraction of this group. They play above the average melodic metal bands so you must give them a chance. If you don't like this album try Eurasia from 2000 and you will be satisfied for sure.

From: Dean Date: July 5, 2004 at 4:09
Above average power metal band here but occasionly the italian accent really comes through in the vocals and makes it pretty hard to understand. This is actually a pretty common problem for both italian and japanese metal bands. Domine is another with a similar sound. No offense KArmakeddon, but most power/prog fans could care less that the bass player is female. We tend to concentrate on the music. Have yet to hear Eurasia though-guess i should seek that one out.7/10

From: Metallover Date: August 26, 2004 at 2:32
Tough to believe that a Munich, Bavaria, Rockgroup suddenly does become an italian outfit. But anyway, I believe that Avalon's " MysticPlaces " CD, like the other three CD's they did record, has a lot of beauty and and average songs to listen on it . Too bad they are not active since 2000, but I am convinced they will record again sometimes.

From: Metallover Date: August 26, 2004 at 2:34
Tough to believe that a Munich, Bavaria, Rockgroup suddenly does become an italian outfit. But anyway, I believe that Avalon's " MysticPlaces " CD, like the other three CD's they did record, has a lot of beauty and above average songs to listen on it . Too bad they are not active since 2000, but I am convinced they will record again sometimes.

From: Andyhardrock Date: October 19, 2008 at 2:10
Are you crazy??? This is one of best progressive metal albums to me! No doubt 100/100!!!

From: juan carlos Date: June 5, 2010 at 0:39
Good Pompous Melodic Prog Metal, 3 intros plus 1 instrumental(Two Mental), my favorite tracks are "I'm Falling", the instrumental, "Blind Dance" "Burning Down the House" and "Wasted Time". 8/10


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