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Artist: Phantom 5

Title: Phantom 5

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2016

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FR CD 733


Claus Lessmann vocals
Francis Buchholz bass
Michael Voss guitars, vocals
Robby Boebel guitars
Axel Kruse drums


1.  All the Way     Listen
2.  Blue Dog     Listen
3.  Someday     Listen
4.  Don't Touch the Night     Listen
5.  Renegade     Listen
6.  Flying High     Listen
7.  Since You're Gone     Listen
8.  They Won't Come Back     Listen
9.  Frontline     Listen
10.  We Both Had Our Time     Listen
11.  Why     Listen
12.  Sing Along Digital Bonus Track   

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From: edukiki Date: May 15, 2016 at 16:41
Good melodic rock of this German band, musicians like Claus Lessman and Michael voss very good of course For me the number 2 Šlbum of the year at the moment, 1, The Defiants 2, Phantom 5

From: dudemetal Date: May 17, 2016 at 21:38
Great album... If you're a fan of either Bonfire or Jaded Heart you will most likely really enjoy this for obvious reasons.

From: andi Date: May 31, 2016 at 15:44
This Album is absolutly Bonfire in Good old time... Just like an mix of Bonfires "Point Blank" and "Fireworks"!!This Album is Not similar to Jaded Heart... IT's pure Claus Lessmann With a touch of Mad Max

From: andi Date: May 31, 2016 at 15:46
...and... It's Much better than The Defians(ex Danger Danger members)

From: edukiki Date: June 1, 2016 at 14:56
Mix of "Point Blank∑ and "Fireworks" ????????, sorry but dudemetal have reason mix of Bonfire, and Jaded Heart and something about Casanova, more than Jaded Heart and Casanova than Bonfire

From: 123charpenay Date: June 20, 2016 at 16:02
in the history of melodic rock ,many times we have some super groups,fans are waiting a killer album and result :a big deception (contraband for example).here not,this super group is a real dream team.imagine the drummer of jaded heart ,the bassist of scorpions,the guitarists of frontline and casanova and the singer of bonfire.result a top class cd in the vein of bonfire.i ve the feeling to hear a best of of bonfire.this record have no weak points,it s hyper solid ,hyper consistant, all songs are excellent.the ice on the cake is that sometimes we have a little smart touch of keyboards.fans of bonfire will love this cd at the first spin.the japan bonus track is a beautiful acoustic version of track 3 someday.we are at half of 2016 ,these six months are an avalanche of exceptional new realise:danger zone,amboaje,shakra,wild rose,drive she said,sunstorm,wigelius,first signal and phantom!!!!!!!!!!only the defiants and treat are some deception.i cross my fingers for the rest of the year.

From: Axe Slinger Date: June 21, 2016 at 21:33
123charpenay, the word "deception" means that someone is trying to intentionally trick you in believing something. I know English is not your native language but it's the wrong word to use and you've used it a lot. Nobody is trying to deceive you into believing something is good. You either like it or you don't. Phantom V is just OK but that is my opinion. I LOVED Frontline even with the limited English that was used in their songs and Robby Boebel is the sound behind Frontline. This disc has more guitar parts that utilize harmonies better than any Bonfire disc including the masterpiece "Fireworks". What truly turned me off a bit are the lyrics. They suffer the King Kobra syndrome; good tunes, bad lyrics that make you cringe. Outside of that, the disc is fine in my opinion but, to me, nowhere near the quality of The Defiants or Treat. There is no "Love and Bullets" or "Better the Devil You Know" to me on this disc. 88 / 100

From: 123charpenay Date: June 22, 2016 at 13:58
hello axe slinger.thanx for the english lesson. i ve looking in my dictionary ,you re absoluty right cause i would like to say "disapointment" (deception in french).you understand my mistake?"deception in english is "tromperie" in french.i m not fan of frontline cause i don t bear (i hate) the voice of the singer.his voice is too much special and at the end very very boring.greetings from the country of the best wine and the best cheese of the world.keep on rocking!!!!!!!!!

From: Crazysam Date: April 9, 2017 at 21:44
As you can see from the personnel list this is a German supergroup, with members from some of that countryís best melodic rock bands. With Clausí distinctive vocals the comparisons to Bonfire are only natural. The stellar production and standout opener, All The Way, had me thinking this might be as good or better than anything Claus and his former bandmates have released since the 80's. However most of the remaining tracks seemed to all blend together. Mostly mid-paced rockers. All solid tunes, but not many that stuck in my head or had me reaching for the repeat button. At the same time, there isnít much I would consider filler either. It is worth checking out for fans of Bonfire (or the other memberís respective bands). If you go in with modest expectations rather than hoping for the second coming of Bonfire's Fire Works or Point Blank, you should be pleased with your purchase. My score is 74/100.

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