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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Megarock Records
Catalog Number: MRRCD030
|1.||Die For Love|
|6.||Kingdom Of Man|
|7.||Jamios Del Aqua|
|8.||Is It A Warning|
|9.||Show A Little Mercy|
|10.||Adieu Ma Belle|
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|From: TYNO / BRAZIL||Date: December 5, 2003 at 13:41|
|IF YOU ARE EXPECTING THIS CD TO BE LIKE THE DEBUT THEN I SAY THAT IT IS NOT .IT IS FAR MILES FROM THE MAGIC ' EVOLUTION '.ALTHOUG TONY MARTIN IS NOT SINGING HERE, IAN PARRY AND DAVE TWOSE DID A GOOD JOB . TRACK 3 IS WONDERFUL .|
|From: anamal||Date: December 5, 2003 at 16:43|
|DAVE TWOSE and David Reading (PC69) are the same guy..he changed his last name to record on this because of contract obligations|
|From: MADMAX||Date: May 19, 2004 at 1:14|
|I agree with TYNO, track 3 is great. Otherwise not so good than the amazing Evolution.|
|From: TIM (2)||Date: September 13, 2004 at 5:43|
|This and the following "Riff Man" were nowhere near the class of the debut, and were both a fair bit heavier. Some fairly mediocre songs and some aimless lead guitar work make this harder going than the first album, although it's still better than the follow-up. Buy the re-issue of "Evolution" and avoid the others. This one's a little reminiscent of Kee Marcello's latest project about devine melons, is similarly powerful and equally devoid of great songs. Very average. 5/10.|
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