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Isla De Muerta
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Category: Melodic Hard Rock
Label: Rocktopia Records
Catalog Number: 003RTP
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Gary Hughes vocals, guitars, backing vocals|
Dann Rosingana lead guitars
Steve Grocott lead guitars
John Halliwell guitars
Darrel Treece-Birch keyboards
Max Yates drums, percussion
|1. ||Buccaneers Instrumental/Dead Men Tell No Tales ||6:27|
|2. ||Tell Me What to Do ||4:15|
|3. ||Acquiesce ||4:45|
|4. ||This Love ||4:42|
|5. ||The Dragon And Saint George ||5:16|
|6. ||Intensify ||6:39|
|7. ||Karnak Instrumental/The Valley of the Kings ||8:10|
|8. ||Revolution ||5:56|
|9. ||Angel of Darkness ||3:57|
|10. ||The Last Pretender ||6:40|
|11. ||We Can Be as One European version bonus track ||3:28|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:15|
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||Date: June 13, 2018 at 0:33|
|This album is a let-down after Albion which was promising, it sounds like leftover tracks from the Albion session. The best song "The Dragon and Saint George" is good but the rest pale in comparison to that track and to their other recent albums in Stormwarning and Albion. They have been hit or miss as of late, as the songs lack power as Gary Hughes is losing range in his vocals and songs aren't heavy nor catch enough. But I will always have a soft spot for them because Name of The Rose and Spellbound are some of my favorite melodic hard rock albums ever, I hope they bounce back with stronger releases in the future.
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