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Catalog Number: VGCD001
|1.||Out Of The Wilderness||8:02|
|2.||Crying For Help I||1:22|
|3.||Valley Of The Kings||10:10|
|4.||Crying For Help II||3:08|
|6.||Crying For Help III||4:24|
|8.||Crying For Help IV||5:05|
|Total Running Time:||58:14|
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|From: Jez||Date: February 17, 2003 at 16:16|
|The debut , and a great one too. Jericho, Midas Vision and Solomon are still some of the best tracks the band has written.OK, hardly ground breaking stuff, but If your into well written/ played Neo prog og the highest calibre, then this is right up their with the I.Q's and Pendragon's of this world.|
|From: Rycheage||Date: June 16, 2003 at 23:39|
|This being Arena's first album, it feels to me more like a statement of intent, rather than an actual musical statement. Their influences are apparent throughout, and at the same time they're finding their own voice. Better things were to come.|
|From: Dean||Date: January 27, 2005 at 18:43|
|The only samples I've ever heard from this band is the really mellow stuff yet I've seen them listed as being a heavier band-do these guys have anything that is even slightly heavy or is it all pretty much mid tempo?|
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