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Artist: The Sign

Title: The Second Coming

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The Sign The Second Coming Album Cover


Category: AOR/Prog

Year: 2004

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FRCD219


Terry Brock Vocals, Guitar
Randy Jackson Guitar
Jon Bivona Guitar, Bass
Mark Hermann Bass, Guitar
Mark Mangold Vocals, Keyboards, Drums


1.  Aryon Overture  1:45
2.  Stained (Gone)  4:47
3.  The Morning After (Time To Run)  5:12
4.  Motorcycle Messiah  3:31
5.  Shine  3:01
6.  Bliss  2:06
7.  If For One Moment  3:15
8.  Flame Of The Oracle  4:03
9.  The Ooze  1:53
10.  Inner Child (Exorcise)  2:49
11.  Black Mountain  3:48
12.  Keep On Breathin'  4:43
13.  Shine (Finale)  6:58
14.  Rapture (Ode To Aryon)  2:53
15.  Maniac  5:05
Total Running Time:  55:49

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From: Jez Date: December 14, 2004 at 11:05
OK. Where to start with this one. I have played this to death over the last few weeks, and am still having a few problems with it. I loved the debut, but this is a different beast, alot darker, less immediate and if truth be told, dissapointing. The production is average (as with the debut) and the songs are more progressively orientated (not a problem with me usually as i love all things Proggy). Put this up against other releases that Mangold, Brock have released - now see what i mean!!!!.

From: MelodicMan Date: December 16, 2004 at 12:51
Unfortunely, I´m with Jez for this one. I also love the debut, and was expecting something even better, but all that I hear is 2 or 3 good songs and a flawless production, uninspired vocals by Terry, disappointing compositions by Mangold and lots of styles, from prog to pop, including a terrible song called Shine, a country-pop crap. 3/10

From: koogles Date: December 29, 2004 at 10:52
The worst CD of 2004, and that's factoring in the atrocious House of Bores (The Power and the Myth) and other junk. Tuneless and awkward, more than just a waste of money... a waste of talent and potential as well.

From: AOR freaky Date: January 16, 2005 at 11:15
I wouldn't go that far as our friend koogles, but the guys above here are right. Mark Mangold is one of my 'heroes' and 99% of what the man releases is Quality with a capital Q, but this is so disappointing. No catchy songs, an average production and with a vocalist as Terry, you can do so much more than a bit screaming. No, how much I appreciate talents as mr.Mangold and Terry Brock, I can't recommend this one ! Sad but true !

From: Date: May 5, 2005 at 15:39
Terry Brock, quien te a visto y quien te ve,pero esto que coño es esto???donde estan esos temas que cantabas con strangeways???.lp flojillo 5/10.

From: z4roxx Date: June 5, 2006 at 12:02
I think the right title should be"the awful coming".Too bad for my tastes,not a single remarkable arrangement or refrain.Terry Brock is brok-en,Mark Mangold without any idea......1/10.

From: z4roxx Date: November 24, 2006 at 15:27
I do have Howe II,do you want it?I think both are shitty releases…10 steps back for the Sign,IMO.

From: Melodiker Date: March 7, 2007 at 5:00
Ich finde das Teil gar nicht so mies ! Sicher,das Debüt ist klar besser als das Zweitwerk,aber so beschissen,wie es hier teilweise gemacht wird,ist die CD nicht ! Das Teil hat noch nen Tick mehr Proggy Einflüsse und bei mehreren Durchläufen,bleibt bei mir doch das ein oder andere hängen ! Dem Debüt habe ich glatte 9 punkte verpasst, das Zweitwerk bekommt von mir knappe 7 Punkte !

From: ehyder Date: April 3, 2007 at 19:42
As much as I like the first album, I think this one is a joke. Bad songwriting and production and poor performances. Avoid.

From: chupeaux Date: October 8, 2012 at 14:45
Think that Mark wanted to do some mixture of prog rock, hard rock & AOR. In one moment we can hear a little bit Pomp vibes, too....I dunno, I bought this CD. Maybe, one day I'LL love it, 'cause I love when bands do prog/AOR arrangements.

From: AORSweden Date: October 9, 2012 at 6:05
I got the version sent to me that Mark Mangold wanted to release, and it's MUCH better than this. This might be the worst produced cd from Frontiers ever, Mark's version are way different.

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