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Label: Bulletproof Records
Catalog Number: D3007
|1.||Living in the Light||5:26|
|2.||Take Me Home||3:28|
|5.||You Are My Life||6:33|
|10.||A Melody, A Symphony, A Song||8:00|
|Total Running Time:||51:15|
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|From: james||Date: June 6, 2001 at 12:11|
|If you like Zepplen then you have to get this cd|
|From: Cephas||Date: March 4, 2002 at 5:39|
|If you like Led Zeppelin, then have I got a band for you! I'm surprised this isn't considered a classic? Heavily guitar-driven music with interesting, Zeppelinesque vocals by T. A. Khin. Solos that would make Black Sabbath fans nod in appreciation. 'Take Me Home' had some success, being used in a film & played on the radio. NJ kind of disappeared after this CD. I think this is a must-have: Defunct or not, Christian Melodic metal bands could learn a thing or two from NJ.|
|From: Alcamenes||Date: December 24, 2002 at 3:53|
|A friend of mine gave me an indie release copy of this disc when he was trying to help promote the band. Normally I don't care for this style of music but this CD is pretty darn good. Worth checking out.|
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