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Artist: Autumn's Child

Title: Tellus Timeline

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2024

Label: Pride & Joy Music

Catalog Number: PJM13705

Personnel

Mikael Erlandsson Vocals, Keys
Claes Andreasson Keyboards, Harmonies
Pontus Akesson Guitars
Robban Back Drums
Magnus Rosen Bass

Tracks

1.  A Strike of Lightning     Listen
2.  Gates Of Paradise     Listen
3.  Here Comes the Night     Listen
4.  We Are Young     Listen
5.   Around the World in a Day     Listen
6.  On Top Of The World     Listen
7.  This is Goodbye     Listen
8.  Juliet feat. Jim Jidhed     Listen
9.  Come and Get it     Listen
10.  Never Surrender     Listen
11.  I Belong To You     Listen

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From: michaelmouseboxer Date: January 19, 2024 at 7:04
Though I maintain that Autumn's Child is one of the most consistent bands we have, there's a bit of wiggle room within that frame of consistency, and in that way, "Tellus Timeline" is one of their weaker offerings. The production is good and Last Autumn's Dream fans can still find plenty to enjoy here, but the songwriting never really soars. We find the best that the album has to offer in the bombastic opener "A Strike of Lightning" and the perfect pop-rock that is "Here Comes the Night." Disappointingly, the highly-anticipated duet with Jim Jidhed ("Juliet") isn't the glorious harmony I expected between Jim and Mikael's distinctive vocals. A couple tracks experiment with symphonic and classic pop influences, but even these don't have a chorus worth mentioning. This CD is both familiar and adventurous but won't be seeing a lot of replay with me.


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