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Category: Melodic Metal
Label: Verglas (U.K.)
Catalog Number: 004
|1.||Welcome To The Cage...||4:14|
|2.||Crying For Help V||2:33|
|3.||Empire Of A Thousand Days||9:34|
|4.||Crying For Help VI||2:53|
|6.||Crying For Help VII||3:04|
|8.||Crying For Help VIII||5:12|
|Total Running Time:||55:17|
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|From: koogles||Date: January 2, 2002 at 5:58|
|Perhaps the best of the 4 Arena releases, this should be right up your alley if you're a fan of Pendragon or Marillion. "Medusa" and "Welcome to the Cage" are the finest things this neo-prog band has done to date.|
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|From: Jez||Date: February 2, 2003 at 18:09|
|Excellent follow up to the 'Welcome To The Lions Cage' Debut. The theme of the Crying For Help songs continues in much the same as the debut (although chapter 7 is a complete lemon it has to be said - just Wrightson doing a vocal only performance which is rather painful in places). The rest of the cd is a belter especially 'Medusa' and 'Sirens'. Songwise not as good as the debut, but all round musicianship a lot better.|
|From: Rycheage||Date: June 17, 2003 at 0:14|
|The highlights of this album, in my opinion, are just the instrumental sections, where Nolan and More are in perfect synchrony, and the second highlight, Keith More, who often unleashes his guitar for many remarkable solos.|
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