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Artist: Frontline

Title: Circles

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Category: AOR

Year: 2006

Label: AOR Heaven (Germany)

Catalog Number: 00023

Personnel

Stephan Kaemmerer Vocals
Robby Boebel Guitar, Keyboards
Thomas Bauer Bass
Rami Ali Drums

First 1000 Copies of this release contains the Japan only release "Heroes" (1997) as a bonus CD

Tracks

1.  No One  4:42   Listen
2.  I Give You The Rest  4:33   Listen
3.  Save Me  4:05   Listen
4.  Did You Ever (Taste The Pain)  5:16   Listen
5.  Say, What You Have To Say  5:21   Listen
6.  Don't Run Away  3:53   Listen
7.  Hunter  4:39   Listen
8.  Into Deep  4:01   Listen
9.  It Is You  4:56   Listen
10.  My Vision  4:59   Listen
  
Total Running Time:  46:25

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Geoff Date: April 23, 2006 at 22:29
Wow, this is a heavy Frontline disc!!! More to the point, though, is that it's another magnificent Frontline disc, as if you'd expect anything else. 'I give you the rest' is very cool, almost like a modern metal track. Great stuff. But honestly, every track here is excellent, IMO, and once again there is not a filler in sight. The perfect melodic rocker, 'Save me' and the superb 'It is you' are my highlights of this disc. Overall, though, excellent stuff and a certain place in my top 5 for 2006.

From: TIM (2) Date: April 29, 2006 at 9:50
Very similar in style to the "Seventh Sign" disc, "Circles" is EXACTLY what you expect from a Frontline CD. Solid riffs, supporting keys, loads of harmonies, & a very consistent set of tunes. If you've enjoyed their past few albums then you can't fail to enjoy this too. I personally bought this to get a copy of "Heroes" (their greatest album by a million miles) & "Circles" can't compete with that album, but - apart from Track 2 - this is still high quality stuff. 7.5/10.

From: MelodicBoy Date: May 3, 2006 at 17:57
Tim, I'm a big Frontline fan, but certainly wouldn't consider myself an expert. Aren't all the tunes from "Heroes" either on "Almost Unreleased" or "Right Attitude"? That said, I'm not objecting to the bonus CD. Just ordered this and am eagerly awaiting its arrival.

From: masmusic Date: May 16, 2006 at 13:00
Just received my copy from NEH Records, and was very pleasantly surprised on just how good this release is. And yes the Heroes disc is a great bonus!!

From: Nick C Date: May 17, 2006 at 22:22
Been playing this on and off for the last coupla weeks or so and the more I play it the more I like it.There are some great songs on here I especially like Hunter and No-one. This is the only Frontline I've owned apart from Acoustics way back and I have to say I'm pretty impressed, luckily mine came with Heroes too. My only very very slight grumble is that sometimes the vocals ocassionally sound a little wobbly,like at the start of I Give You The Rest.A tiny tiny moan only. Potential topten 2006

From: Metalmusicman Date: December 9, 2006 at 19:27
Once again Frontline have released a true melodic rock masterpiece. Not quite as good as the ultra brillant "The Seventh Sign", but damn close. If you are like me, and can't wait to hear the new Frontline disc once you know it is coming. Then this will be musical bliss for your ears like always. Very recomended stuff!

From: Melo Date: April 6, 2007 at 10:35
Die Jungs haben eine Konstanz,die mich sehr beeindruckt.Der Opener ist wieder ein richtiger Kopfschüttler und danach gehts mit der Qualität auch nicht in den Keller,ganz im Gegenteil.Leider war ich mal wieder zu langsam und habe nur die normale Version von Circles ergattert,obwohl ich die Bonus Scheibe Heroes doch so gerne gehabt hätte !!! Nun ja,irgendwann wird die auch in meinem Schrank landen,keine Frage. Ach ja,mal wieder fete 9 Punkte !

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: April 11, 2007 at 13:13
Very Good Melodic Hard Rock/AOR album, el mas duro de sus trabajos hasta la fecha un pelo mas que el Seventh Sign y tambien mas modernos en su estilo buenisimos cortes como Don't Run Away, Did You Ever (Taste The Pain), Say What You Have To Say el resto se mantiene tambien en buen nivel quiza no fue de mis favoritos del año pasado gusto personal pero es un muy buen trabajo ojala en la proxima entrega vuelvan a la epoca del Against The World o The State Of Rock seria genial 8.5/10

From: coverdale14 Date: September 18, 2007 at 19:57
ESTE ULTIMO DE LOS FRONTLINE HASTA LA FECHA NO ES QUE SE TRATE DEL MAS HARD DE LA BANDA, SINO QUE ES EN EL QUE HAY MENOS AOR Y UN POCO DE MODERNIDAD EN LAS GUITARRAS DEL SEÑOR BOEBEL, Y EL EJEMPLO ES NO ONE Y I GIVE YOU THE REST,LA GRAN SAVE ME AUNQUE SE ESCUCHE ESE SONIDO MODERNO MANTIENE LA GRAN MELODIA ACOSTRUMBADA, DID YOU EVER TASTE THE PAIN PARA MI DE MIS FAVORITAS ESE RIFF DESDE LA PRIMERA QUE LA ESCUCHE SE ME QUEDO GRABADA GRANDE,ES EL QUE MENOS ME GUSTA.LARGA VIDA AL HARD-AOR.8.5/10.

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: October 31, 2007 at 19:30
Con mas potencia y melodia en este su ultimo trabajo que por cierto es muy bueno todo el poder en "No One, Say What you have to say" buenos temas y Did You Ever (taste the pain) con un inicio sensacional y que decir de Into Deep, lo mejor del disco un cambio radical lo de Frontline con unos sonidos actuales pero en sii es bueno un grande como frontline pues no debe de falta en tu colección...

From: RockMan10 Date: May 3, 2008 at 15:38
MetalMusicMan, I am like you! Once I know a Frontline disc is coming, I count the days. This is another band that just has that "punch" that gets you rockin' in no time. The melodies are top notch, singer is very good (needs to work on his english and different lyrics, however). I recommend all Frontline to any new listener.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 9, 2008 at 18:32
No words to describe such an anthem!!!Frontline is one of those bands that persists through the years & they stick to their roots,Melodic Rock at its best with no alteration of sound."No One"."Say..."& the rest of the songs stand tall.Hope they release an album a.s.a.p.90/100

From: z4roxx Date: September 24, 2009 at 13:33
What a bad disc,not a Frontline album.The style is identical but I can save 2 or 3 songs,the rest are pure fillers.Glad to haven't it original...


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