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Mike Mangini is an excellent drummer and very technical.
On the production front, James LaBrie has a good ear for his work, and the mix is heavy and visceral, but always with plenty of range and breathing room.
Every instrument is well performed and the band sounds very coherent and consistent, almost seasoned.
This was a more acoustic sounding album after Mullmuzzler's first album: Keep it to Yourself. I enjoy listening to the smooth playing in this album.Published 16 days ago by Marcus Lane Huskey
This album sounds like Dream Theater, and not just in terms of the voice. The songs (for the most part) sound like DT songs, without all of the musical excesses that band can be... Read morePublished 15 months ago by David A. Olson
very interesting album labrie vocals is always great love the way he sings he used he`s voice also very differently than what he does with dream theater which makes it very... Read morePublished on February 4, 2011 by Luis Raccuglia
Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie released his second solo album in 2001. Still operating under the ill-advised moniker Mulmmuzzler, LaBrie again worked with Magellan mainman... Read morePublished on December 20, 2010 by Justin G.
This combo will always work since the players are all seasoned and talented musicians. Quality begets quality and this endeavor most definitely does. Read morePublished on March 22, 2006 by F. F. Dumlao
There's something about LaBrie's Mullmuzzler albums. After only listening through the album for the second time I could already tell that the feeling of the entire album was going... Read morePublished on January 9, 2006 by Hiatus6
a great CD.
james voice sounds excellent, mike manginis drumming is simply amazing. all other instruments and production were well done. Read more
THIS IS SO MUCH BETTER THAN MOST OF DREAM THEATRE'S DISCOGRAPHY BECAUSE THE FOCUS IS THE SONGS AND NOT JAMMING AND NOODLING ENDLESSLY. Read morePublished on April 30, 2005 by NEOPROG RAN
Don't expect to hear Dream Theatre as this is not the direction of this album. If I had to compare it to someone else's work I'd probably say earlier efforts by Bruce Dickinson... Read morePublished on January 5, 2005 by Dusan