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  • Audio CD (July 29, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B0000A4G6B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #561,199 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Prophet
2. Livin' In A Maze
3. This World
4. Just Solider (Stay Down)
5. Neverending Rest
6. Terizinato
7. Slave To The Night
8. Syntheric Paradise
9. Hand In Hand
10. When I Fly Far

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Labyrinth

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Very good power metal album with interesting twists thrown in.
critico constructivo
You will be blown away by his high screams he does in this album,(trust me).
Absolute Power
The keyboard is great, he throws in some surprising twists to the songs.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By SK on September 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ii this cruel world of hip hop and alternative metal this release is a big statement and an ultimate proof that power progressive metal of fine quality still does exist. Even though the best years of this genre had to be 1997- 2000, and having in mind that Labyrinth's most notorious record 'Return to Heaven Denied' was released back in 1998, the band were able to come up with yet another gem. This self titled album made me jump out of my seat on several occasions during the first listen.
It starts exactly how all power metal albums start: with an agressive, fast and pompous tune called 'The Prophet'; then it continues with another superb track and then another superb track and it goes on till the last song without loosing its pace. Even the ballads sound powerful and dynamic.
Production is fine just as in 'Return'; the songs are more keyboard driven than ever adding synthetic twists that fit nicely; guitars layers are fantastic, yet the lead guitar is somewhat weak comparing to previous releases. What really stands out though is vocals; the singer having high pitched voice at times hits extremely high notes without missing them.
As a result of all this we have a polished product; a complete album that should be ranked among the best albums of this year.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
not a masterpiece or whatnot but still extremely good. The production is AMAZING, some of the best production i have ever heard. The sound is loud, clean, crisp, and sounds extremely fresh. There is only one guitar player on this album but you couldn't tell as he shreds all over the place. Tyrants vocals are as good as ever, the drumming is awesome as well. The keyboard is great, he throws in some surprising twists to the songs. The songs are not too long nor too short. Just a really solid album. For a power metal band, they can shred pretty fast and hard. Tons of double bass here too. If your a fan of labyrinth or power metal then I see no reason why you wouldn't enjoy this album. For a good sample of this album listen to tracks 1, 6, and 9. Thanks, bye.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kari A. Herring on August 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Labyrinth returns with an amazing release. This self titled
new one is killer stuff. If you have not heard these guys before
then check it out, along with their 2nd release Return to Heaven
Denied. The new one sounds more like a continuation of Return...
Top notch songs with Power and Speed. The production is also
very good. One of the best releases of the year without a doubt.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kari A. Herring on August 30, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This cd is killer. Labyrinth returns with an outstanding
self titled release that rivals their classic Return to
Heaven Denied. Speedy, powerful, and very very catchy songs
best describes this one. The production is also top notch.
I was blown away on the first listen, and it gets better
each time. Easily their best as of late. You won't be disappointed with this one, even if you have never heard
of them before. Get this one now!
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Format: Audio CD
When I got this album when it came out back in 2003 I couldn't believe how different it was in a good way.This album is Labyrinth's most aggressive album.The Prophet is the first song on the album and what a song it is,Andrea Cantarelli(Anders Rain)has amazing shredding solo's in this song and Roberto Tiranti(Rob Tyrant)does an amazing high scream at the end of this song.The best high scream Roberto Tiranti does is in Slave To The Night.You will be blown away by his high screams he does in this album,(trust me).
Then you have Olaf Thorsen,the one who started Labyrinth,left the band so he is not on this album.The bad things about this album is that the solo's are much weaker,Andrea Cantarelli does not shred nearly enough on this album,then the keyboards are techno sounding which I hate but the album still rules.
Just Soldier(Stay Down) is their most aggressive song on the album.
This isn't really a power metal album,it's still somewhat but Labyrinth is changing their ways
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Knouse on March 23, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The finest compliment I can think to convey about this album is that if this were an EP containing only the first four songs I would still spend money to get it; the rest of the album would be gravy for the meat and potatoes. The first four tracks are incredible examples of everything that is great about Progressive Power Metal as they all contain fantastic musicianship, excellent band interplay, a supremely satisfying lead vocalist that hits notes that are simply awe-inspiring. With this tsunami wave of tremendous song after song it finally crashes with track five as the tempo changes drastically and the listener is allowed a moment's rest as the wave finally receeds. Track five constitutes a superb ballad which still contains some exciting sections of progressive songcraft. The remainder of the album is a roller-coaster ride of tempo changes and outstanding songwriting and musicianship from everyone concerned. The production is exemplary, as well, as every instrument is clear and powerfully rendered. As good as every band member is, some of the most memorable parts are actually keyboard flourishes and background sound-effects. This guy is really creative, not just flashy and fast. All fans of Progressive Power Metal should not hesitate to pick this one up. Running time: (52:08)

1. THE PROPHET (4:46)

2. LIVIN' IN A MAZE (4:37)

3. THIS WORLD (4:55)

4. JUST SOLDIER (stay down) (5:27)

5. NEVERENDING REST (4:54)

6. TERZINATO (5:49)

7. SLAVE TO THE NIGHT (6:06)

8. SYNTHETIC PARADISE (5:48)

9. HAND IN HAND (4:26)

10. WHEN I WILL FLY FAR (5:16)
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