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Mind Revolution Extra tracks, Import

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Audio CD, Extra tracks, Import, July 21, 2003
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Asian Version featuring Four Bonus Tracks: "The Final Story (Demo)", "Skyfire (Demo)", "by God Forsaken (Demo)", and "Free from Torment".


1. Nightmares Nevermore
2. Haunted By Shadows
3. Colliding In Mind
4. Dawn Will Break
5. Uncloud The Sky
6. Shapes Of Insanity
7. Blinded By Euphoria
8. Caged
9. Mind Revolution
10. The Final Story (Bonus Track)
11. Skyfire (Bonus Track)
12. By God Forsaken (Bonus Track)
13. Free From Torment (Bonus Track)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 21, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Seoul
  • ASIN: B0000APV82
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,874,777 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Matt Stoessel on January 26, 2004
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2 quick notes: 1) Timeless Departure was an amazing debut album. Not many bands top a phenomenal first album. Some bands can't (Andromeda) and some can (Lost Horizon). 2) WHAT HAPPENED TO THE DRUMS?!?!?!
With those out of the way, I'll move on to say that I have owned Timeless Departure for long enough to officially be waiting for this album to come out. I loved the title track and....... The intro!!! Isn't that intro just beautiful?! And the title track... just, woah!!!
Onto THIS album. The opening track isn't an intro this time, instead it's a 3:00 good intro to the band. Track 2 is better, though. The surprise is on track 3, however. "Colliding in Mind" has the fastest bass sound I've ever heard!!! And I've heard Blessings... by Dimmu (first song on Puritanical... - don't these long names drive you nuts?), and this is STILL faster. Not the drums or the guitars - just the bass. I do like that song quite a bit.
When I was first deciding which one track to save to my computer, I was going ballistic over tracks 6 and the title track (9). That reminds me... the last 4 songs on Timeless Departure I couldn't wait to be over. There were no songs left to look forward to after the title track!!! Here, the title track doesn't show up until the end. You get to focus on the other 8 songs.
Now what's so great about track 6? I dunno - personal preference. It's the same as why I love "The Departed" on The Dark Ride (Helloween) so much. I do also love the keys in these songs (and Mind Revolution's title track), but that's not the only reason. Look, if long death / soft black metal songs strike you (Endless War, Timeless Departure, Only Dust Moves, Nightmare (by Rotting Christ)), then this CD is for you. 2 songs are over 6 minutes.
Onto the bonus tracks...
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...they would be called Skyfire. Where Norther and for that matter Emperor's Prometheus fail, Skyfire succeds. (not that I don't like those, this is just so much better!) This is primarily keyboard driven extreme metal done better than I think I've ever seen before. Dosen't go over the top into the realm of being cheesy like Children of Bodom and some Emperor, they also seem to have Norther beat in every aspect. The vocals sound a bit like Alexi of Children of Bodom, though not in a ripoff sort of way. Lyrics seem well written. Some people I've talked to say the guitars sound like COB too but I don't really see that comparision. Where COB focuses more on solo's and showing off, Skyfire concentrates more on the song and also uses a bit more reverb. They both move at unbelievable fast speeds though. The keyboards are used to compliment the rhythem in an atmospheric sort of way. The rhythem section is competent and really adds some force to the sound. Overall this is similar to Emperor's Prometheus, Children of Bodom and Norther but in my opinion it beats Norther exponentially, Prometheus by a bit and COB by a little. Once you have all Skyfire's albums I would recommend checking out those bands as well if you haven't yet.
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