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  • Audio CD (June 21, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sensory Records
  • ASIN: B0009ML21A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,326 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Ray Alder's vocals are fantastic.
a proghead
Scarred - Probably the worst song on the album, but I still consider it to be a good song.
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Is one of the best metal album I have ever listen to.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Murat Batmaz on July 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Multi-instrumentalist Nick van Dyk's Redemption proved to be a great project with their 2003 debut featuring an impressive list of guest musicians, including members from Fates Warning and Symphony X. Nick van Dyk played pretty much every instrument on the album except the drums and the album was a huge success. Unfortunately, due to the weak production in spots, the album didn't reach its ultimate perfection, mainly because of Rick Mythiasin's poorly mixed vocals.

Now, almost three years later, Redemption is back. Things have changed quite a bit since then. While still primarily Nick van Dyk's band as he wrote all the music and lyrics himself, he has enlisted the services of Prymary bassist James Sherwood and drummer Chris Quirarte, retaining the amazing Bernie Versailles on second guitar and handling the keyboard stuff himself. Enter new singer - none other than the amazing Ray Alder from Fates Warning. Ray Alder's contribution to the album is immense. His singing actually sounds quite different from his work with Fates Warning or Engine. I assume that's because Nick van Dyk wrote all the music including the vocal melodies. Alder sure has added his quality to them though. His voice is warm and utterly emotive. He sings the lyrics with utmost conviction and tremendous clarity. He is simply like no other singer out there.

The album is comprised of two parts. The first four songs are the independent songs, starting with the highly energetic "Threads" where Chris Quirarte is at his drumming best laying down speedy, concise beats over a vague keyboard line and matching up Nick and Bernie Versailles' dense rhythm work. "Parker's Eyes" is a cerebral track whose lyrical content revolves around feelings of anger, despair and rage.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Russ Bellinger on October 22, 2005
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I have been wanting to write a brief review of this CD since I first heard it back in late August. It took a little while to grow on me, but after listening for the last couple of months I discovered the treasures of this music. The main reason I decided to purchase it was because I am a huge fan of Fates Warning and with Ray Alder doing the vocals how could it miss! I was not familiar with the rest of these guys. The band does remind me of a cross between Dream Theater and Fates Warning, although I have to say that this CD is not quite as good as FWX. To me that was the ultimate Fates Warning CD. However, this CD is definately worth owning. Very interesting songs with lots of nice twists to the music, performed flawlessly.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Dan Solera on July 16, 2005
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Supergroups are a tough batch. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. Redemption started off as one of these, but that's different now for the American prog-metal ensemble. With a new line-up, mastermind and guitarist Nick van Dyk has consolidated what is one of the most promising metal acts of the new millennium. Following in the footsteps of their rapid and powerful self-titled debut, "The Fullness of Time" kicks up the melody and the production.

The album opens with "Threads", a delectable prog-metal crusher. Bearing an uncanny resemblance to Symphony X, the first minute of the song journeys through pounding riffs, skyward keyboards and Ray Alder's (Fates Warning) spotless vocals. Singing only once in their previous album, Alder has taken over the position of frontman - and he does it wonderfully. In almost every song, van Dyk harmonizes Alder's vocals almost formulaically - but it works. The extremely melodic and touching "Parker's Eyes" is another 9/11 meditation (along the lines of Dream Theater's new "Sacrificed Sons"), ripe with the same continuous guitar accompaniments that we first heard on "Window to Space". The song balances an ominous verse with darker bridges and a profoundly touching chorus.

The songs get longer from there on. "Scarred" is a heavier number, which flaunts Alder's angry, gritty vocals (à la James LaBrie in Dream Theater's "Just Let Me Breathe") and boasts a chorus that sounds very similar to Kamelot's "Silent Goddess". It is the heaviest song on the album, combining relentless guitars with powerful drums that never stop changing beats, beginning with a double-bass kick and slowing down only to pick right back up again.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Prog Fan on January 15, 2006
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This is my first review and I decided to do it on my favorite album of 2005: Redemption's "The Fullness of Time." This is quickly becoming my favorite album of all time and considering I have all of Dream Theater's and Symphony X's albums, that is saying a LOT.

I love every track on this album, but the two I listen to the most are "Sapphire" and the 21-minute title track, "The Fullness of Time." "Sapphire" has some of the most amazing lyrics I have ever heard. Basically, it has to do with a love long lost, which is something I can really relate to.

What I love about Redemption, is that they're excellent at integrating gritty, double bass metal with excellent piano melodies and solos. I'll go through the tracks one by one and share my thoughts about each of them.

1. Threads - The first song on the album starts out with a heavy riff and mad double bass. It leads into an awesome song about how relationships are often held together by a thread.

2. Parker's Eyes - This track talks about 9/11 and what their reaction was to it. It's an amazing song with some awesome riffs and great drum work by Chris Quirarte, who replaced Jason Rullo, Symphony X's drummer.

3. Scarred - Probably the worst song on the album, but I still consider it to be a good song. The production on this song seems to be off at the beginning, but it kicks in later in the song. Overall, an excellent song, but sub-par considering the other songs on the album.

4. Sapphire - Probably the best song on the album. Clocking in at almost 16 minutes, it's an amazing song that combines beautiful piano melodies and rock hard riffs. It's a beautifully written song that can really strike a chord with your emotions.

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