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|2.||The Great Divine|
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|From: CC||Date: March 1, 2018 at 9:25|
|So album number 2 comes along and there has been a lot of changes it seems. Gone is the bassist and vocalist from album 1, and in comes a new bassist and the guitarist takes over vocal duties too. Not only is the line up changed, but the sound as well. It still has that AOR sound of old, but it also encompasses a lot more styles. Heavier in places than the debut, with other songs throwing in inspiration from other bands. At times I detected U2 for instance. And later a little bit of Foo Fighters. Overall it is a damn good album, but there are a couple of not so great tracks, but these might be growers to be fair. I do think the debut was better, but this is a much more varied affair.|
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