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Extraordinary Ways

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1. Endless Dream
2. Face the Music
3. Pilgrimage
4. One Word
5. I Believe
6. Beyond Being
7. Extraordinary Ways
8. Dying Light
9. Forever Lost
10. Into the Escape

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 30, 2005)
  • Label: Nettwerk
  • ASIN: B000A7Q25U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,142,118 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Manuel Andrade on September 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I can't say this album isn't good. It is. In it's own style. It's a "POPier" and "ROCKier" album, instead of the first one. There are still a pair of songs that continues the exotic feel of Conjure One: "Face the Music" - with great landscape sounds - and Dying Light - a calm and sweet positively strange song. Even the cheap but efective "Extraordinary Ways" has some merit...And "Forever Lost" has a really good vocal melody but i think it was so poorly worked - it could have been a major one. "Conjure One", the first album, was so good, so really good - there isn't a song i dislike. All those beautiful and powerfull sounds - remember "Damascus", so simple and so strong, "Tidal Pool", when you could feel the pool itself, "Years", that i love so much, the strange "Manic Star" and the superb "Center of the Sun"; and "Pandora", powerful. Where are these kind of songs in this album? The answer - they're not.

"Pilgrimage", "Beyond Being" and "Into the Escaping" tries to follow "Years" and "Pandora", but so poorly...so really poorly. They are monotonous, repetitive and boring...

So...even though i was hugely disappointed, i must say this album is very good for those who love Rock and Pop Rock - to those fans "Endless Dream", "Extraordinary Ways", "I Believe", "One Word", "Forever Lost"...they will all be appreciated.

I have hopes in their next realese...I Know that Rhys wanted to do a more introspective album than a exotic album...but for me...this is not my wish...

(Sorry my bad english)
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By Giacomoni Andrea on September 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I' ve been a fan of Fulber since the early times and still I am, even considering that his style is dramatically different now. Some dark beats and nearly operatic vocals (especially on tracks 3 and 8) are reminiscent of Karma but the depth and general tone are obviously more similar to those of the first Conjure one album. There are a few poppish tracks but with that "special touch" making them much more appealing. Considering also all delerium albums I must say that this one and Karma are my favorites. The reason is that all their other works seemed to me like a mere collection of (beautiful) songs, without a particular global meaning or cohesion, here the tracks are really made to work together, the lyrics and even the titles of the songs melt together to create a whole personal vision. Make sure you listen to it from start to finish, that' s really a different experience.
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By Trinity Ryan on September 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Rather more upbeat than the original self-titled album, and even more fluid and digestible (with the possible exception of "I believe", which made me want to stab myself in the eyes with a blunt object). The lyrics for "Endless Dream" are simply fabulous, as is the piano sub-melody in "Pilgrimage" (which fortunately develops enough to cover the high creep-factor frog croaking effects that initiate the song). I'll also readily admit that I already have a soft spot for "Extraordinary Ways"; there's really nothing that makes me want to turn up the volume more than a simple, heartfelt message set to beautiful chords. Overall: it's getting good play time on my iPod.
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