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Heir Apparent

One Small Voice

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Category: Power Metal

Year: 1989

Label: Metal Blade

Catalog Number: CDP 7 91690-2

Average Rating: 94 / 100 (3 ratings)

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Heir Apparent One Small Voice Album Cover

Terry Gorle guitars
Steve Benito vocals
Ray Black drums
Michael Jackson keyboards
Derek Peace bass
1.  Just Imagine  4:31
2.  Crossing the Border  3:07
3.  Screaming  3:49
4.  Alone Again  3:44
5.  Cacophony of Anger  4:08
6.  The Sound of Silence  4:04  Cover: Simon and Garfunkel
7.  We the People  3:37
8.  Young Forever  2:44
9.  One Small Voice  6:16
10.  Decorated  4:47
11.  The Fifth Season  5:33
Total Running Time:  46:20

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From: friday 13th Date: May 23, 2002 at 6:48
One of the best albums of that year, close to that of Queensryche 'Rage For..' album, excellent album and I hope to hear more. I have some pics for sale from WOA, e-mail me:

From: carlos Date: August 9, 2002 at 16:33
Probably the best progressive metal album I`ve ever heard. Great singer, outstanding compositions. It`s a pitty they are no longer around.

From: fabi_vaz Date: August 24, 2004 at 0:53
Best Band i've ever heard. Great musicians...and great music...They're a lot of air for Metal..

From: smallfortunebas Date: February 20, 2005 at 14:06
Despite the horror stories of founding member/trademark-holder, Terry Gorle, this is a high point that was never reached again for the band. Soaring vocal melodies, deep atmospheric keyboards, and songs with tons of drama. It is well performed, and well produced, if in hindsight a little keyboard-heavy. Highlights include "Crossing the Border", "Just Imagine", & their cover of "The Sound of Silence". Recommended for fans of Fates Warning and Rage-era Queensryche.

From: Scott Date: April 26, 2005 at 12:54
"One Small Voice" is majestic, galloping heavy metal in the tradition of bands like Crimson Glory, early Queensryche, Veni Domine and Siam. The band sports stellar musicianship, clean operatic vocals, shredding guitar solos, deep atmospheric keyboards and a good variation in tempos and riffs from song to song. In other words, Heir Apparent know how to show off their abilities while at the same time not forsaking good hooks and songwriting.

From: shoemaker Date: June 21, 2011 at 16:19
In Gorle´s words is BENITO an asshole, but in listeners ears he is one of the best singers in progressive metal. Where is he gone? I heard this one back in the days, while I was reading a brilliant book at the same time. The book is called "the hunters of the red moon". Music and story built a fine mixture, I will never forget in my life!

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