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Discussion in 'Threshold' started by forgottenglory, Apr 5, 2006.
Revolution Renaissance - Born Upon a Cross
Watershed here too. Mighty album, less growls and more proggy than previously.
Green Carnation - A Blessing In Disguise
Gamma Ray - A While in Dreamland
Monopoly On Sorrow - SUICIDAL TENDENCIES
From THE ART OF REBELLION. A band and an album well ahead of their time and still relevant today!
Avantasia - The Toy Master
Dogpound - "The Hellbum"
Paradise Lost - The Anatomy of Melancholy
Enchant - Tug Of War (album)
Deliverance - FIREWIND
How does it sound and is the DVD of great quality? Due to money problems, I had to leave this release wait for a while, but can't wait to get my hands on it. PL are one of my favourite bands.
Now playing Yargos - Peace of Mind
Hellcats Take The Highway - STEVE STEVENS
Avantasia - What Kind of Love
Marillion- Script fpr a Jester's Tear
Not knowing the bands work I didn't buy the full package - just the album from iTunes. Sound is good, very clear, well mixed....it's quite a good album as an introduction to them - only thing I'm not keen on is first impression that all the songs are a similar pace...but I do need to listen to it some more...
Other reviews are very complimentary...
PS - Now listening to loads of Queensryche as I saw them live last night with the full Mindcrime I & II stage show - one word.....WOW!!!!
Darkest Night - ELEGY
The whole of Supremacy is sounding a whole lot better than when I first bought it!
Superior - Not With Me
Queensryche - Take Cover
Helloween - Step Out of Hell
Epica - Consign to oblivion
Gonna see them sturday, because they play my hometown.
Not that big of a fan though...