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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Pride & Joy Music
Catalog Number: PJM1279
|3.||A Special Mind|
|6.||Not What it Seems|
|7.||Welcome The Night|
|11.||Escape from Reality Bonus Track|
|12.||Axenya's Dream Bonus Track|
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|From: Auslander||Date: September 4, 2022 at 4:53|
|Where is this band on HH? Had to type it in the search to find it as couldn't see it listed under "D".|
|From: Auslander||Date: September 4, 2022 at 5:01|
|This band has been around for a while now but I hadn't really paid attention until this album. It is certainly part of that modern hard rock style. From the credits the bass player Alex Frey is tge songwriter. However the weirdness of the singer dominates the promo videos. He's a strange guy. Musically I'd call this AOR Metal? If that makes any sense. It's best not to spend too much time on the lyrics which are about some superhero chick's or something. Strangely the two bonus tracks are my favourites on the album, not to say there aren't other good tracks. Some electronic flair adds a certain unique quality to some tracks. I think this has the hallmarks or a "grower" album. Right now I score it a "B" but feel it will improve over successive listens.|
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