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Artist: Fozzy

Title: All That Remains

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2005

Label: Ash Records

Catalog Number: ASH 2022-2

Personnel

Chris Jericho Vocals
Rich Ward Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards, Programming
Frank Fontsere Drums, Vocals
Ryan Mallam Solo Guitars
Sean Dellson Bass Guitar
Zakk Wylde Guitar Solo on "Wanderlust"
Marty Friedman Guitar Solo on "Born Of Anger"

Fozzy's 1st CD of exclusively original material

Tracks

1.  Nameless Faceless  3:30
2.  Enemy  4:30
3.  Wanderlust  4:16
4.  All That Remains  4:35
5.  The Test  3:08
6.  It's A Lie  4:28
7.  Daze Of The Week  4:20
8.  The Way I Am  4:12
9.  Lazarus  4:03
10.  Born Of Anger  4:42
  
Total Running Time:  41:44

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: February 8, 2005 at 8:56
Nowhere as easy to get into as the previous albums as obviously all the recognisable covers are missing. To be honest I was hoping for more songs along the lines of To Kill A Stranger from the Happenstance album,but what we have here is still good stuff. Jericho (the band have all dropped their stage names for this one) has really developed his vocals for this album & I'd assume writing songs with a vocal style in mind is a lot easier than adapting a cover to a different vocal style.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: October 4, 2007 at 11:10
Very Good Melodic Hard Rock/Melodic Metal album, 1er album de esta banda con temas propios (en los anteriores la mayoria eran covers) en el que cuenta con Chris Jericho a las voces, es una combinacion de ambos estilos eso si con su lado Alternativo y estilo Moderno o como muchos catalogan estilos asi como "Modern Hard Rock" nada de 80's asi que los amantes de esa decada pienso que no les gustara mucho a menos que esten abiertos a todo buen estilo, el ultimo corte es onda Slipknot.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 26, 2008 at 18:20
When i first saw a picture of Fozzy,i said 2 myself...ummm,this lot looks metal...Heavy Metal...but was i mistaken???.My God this sound just like a copy of Nickelback perhaps heavier!!!...new modern rock a 100%!!!.The album is not bad but it doesn't offer anythin' new 2 the metal scene,you know what i'm saying.Ok,the songs are catchy but this kind of album can be forgotten real soon.80/100


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