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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 6, 2013 at 23:58|
|I have both versions of this album: the original, (mis)produced by Kelly Gray, and Andy Sneap's damage-control remix. Obviously, the Sneap version is better, but the Kelly Gray version isn't as terrible as the outcry at the time of release would have you believe. 9It does, however, sound exactly like the third Brother Cane album, which Gray also produced, even though the two bands make comppletely different music). A surprisingly short album from Nevermore,as only two of the nine songs break the five-minute mark. Kind of an overlooked disc, due to the disappointing production that caused people to give up on it. It actually contains some of the bands thrashiest material, like the title track, "I, Voyager," and "Seed Awakening." Also included are a couple of weird, psychedelic ballads in "Who Decides" and "Noumenon." My favorite track is actually another ballad, the mournful first single, "Tomorrow Turned Into Yesterday."
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: October 5, 2014 at 21:42|
|Great solid stuff with the sound that has defined them...tracks 5,6,7 & 9 are my faves .85/100
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