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Moments [Import]

Soul CagesAudio CD
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 5, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Massa
  • Run Time: 49 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000086KC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #998,624 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Second full length CD release from German Progressive Metal band Soul Cages issued by Massacre records in 1996. Track listing is 1. Freezing 07:51 2. The Naked Word 08:45 3. Moments 08:42 4. Methods No. 23 00:59 5. In Our Hands 04:51 6. Elegy 06:50 7. Impressions 05:36 8. My Spiritual Home 05:26

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Moody, Melodic Progressive Metal September 9, 2002
Format:Audio CD
Another fantastic CD from Soul Cages! Highly recommended!! All of three of their CDs (released by Massacre Records) are excellent and have a similar sound, but _Moments_ is probably my favorite Soul Cages CD. I think that _Moments_ and _Craft_ are available through Amazon.
Soul Cages is a very talented band. Their music can be described as moody, melodic progressive metal. Their musical style is intelligent, technical, moody, and very song-oriented overall. I feel that Soul Cages has a unique sound, but I do hear similarities to _Perfect Symmetry_ and _Parallels_ era Fates Warning. For example, the drumming on the introduction to the song "Elegy" reminds me of the drumming on "Worlds Apart" by Fates Warning (or "My Enemy" by Enchant) and the song builds in manner that is similar to "The Eleventh Hour" by Fates Warning.
The vocals are emotional and the lyrics are intelligent. Female backing vocals are used on most songs to provide an element of warmth and beauty, most notably on "The Naked Word". I really like this aspect of Soul Cages and feel that they have integrated this aspect into their music better than any other band that I have heard. The song "Pictures of Home" by Divided Multitude is one of the best comparisons that I can think of. The guitar playing (as with Fates Warning) is very-song oriented and emotional, but not flashy. The use of keyboards abounds throughout and really enhances the mood created by the songs. The drumming is very intricate and somewhat unpredictable. It often drives the feel of the songs. The drummer's style reminds me of the style of Fates Warning's Mark Zonder.
Here is the track list.
1. Freezing (7:51)
2. The Naked Word (8:45)
3. Moments (8:42)
4. Methode No. 23 (0:59)
5. In Our Hands (4:51)
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