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In the heavy metal community many writers toss around the monikers “legend” and “genre defying” to describe many bands, but these terms have never been more accurate if they are referring to NEVERMORE, who have perfectly carved out their own unique niche over the past 15 years of dominance. This group’s sound encompasses every element of the metal spectrum and is ... Read more in Amazon's Nevermore Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 5, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B000FGG6Z2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,368 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. What Tomorrow Knows
2. C.B.F.
3. The Sanity Assassin
4. Garden of Gray
5. Sea of Possibilities
6. The Hurting Words
7. Timothy Leary
8. Godmoney
9. The System's Failing [*]
10. The Dreaming Mind [#][*][Demo Version]
11. World Unborn [#][*][Demo Version]
12. Chances Three [#][*][Demo Version]
13. Utopia [#][*][Demo Version]

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Bonus tracks: System's Failing + three more TBA. Video clip enhancement: What Tomorrow Knows. Re-mastered. Liner notes by Martin Popoff and Warrel Dane. Revised layout and artwork by Mircea Eftemie (Soilwork). Rare photos.

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He was nice when i said he looked like Oz Fox of Stryper!
Cihuacoatl
Warrell Dane's vocals are haunting and harsh at the same time, and Loomis and Sheppard provide the perfect blend of thrash and melody I have come to expect.
"dhwood40"
I would definitely recommend the upgrade if you are a big fan of the band!
David Falzano

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Falzano on September 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Not every remaster is usually worth buying (I found out the hard way for my Megadeth albums), but this is an exception. Not only is the sound quality improved, but there is FIVE bonus tracks & they are fairly decent too considering the last 4 are rough demo tracks. There also is of course an updated booklet which includes a little story behind the album, live & publicity pics, & the liner notes & artwork has been redone. I would definitely recommend the upgrade if you are a big fan of the band!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "dhwood40" on November 26, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Man, what can I say? I have all the cd's by Nevermore, this is the last one I bought. And while I think The Politics of Ecstasy, Dreaming Neon Black, and Dead Heart.. are better albumns, this one is absolutely essential. Warrell Dane's vocals are haunting and harsh at the same time, and Loomis and Sheppard provide the perfect blend of thrash and melody I have come to expect. Why this band hasn't gone triple-platnium is beyond me. But if you like Queensryche, but always wished they had more balls, this is the band for you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 6, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Rising from the ashes of the influential thrash outfit Sanctuary, vocalist Warrell Dane, guitarist Jeff Loomis, and bassist Jim Sheppard went on to form Nevermore, a band that metal fans still find hard to classify after more than a decade. The Nevermore sound - and trust me, no one else sounds quite like Nevermore (though bands like Communic and Twelfth Gate sure seem to be trying hard) - combines elements of thrash, doom, gothic, progressive and even power metal. The result is a sound that is melodic yet aggressive, cold yet emotional, and above all, dark. Thrash-like riffs are predominant, but it's Dane's songwriting and Halford-eqsue vocal performance that really set the overall tone.

Nevermore is one of those rare bands (Opeth is another) that manage to get better with each successive release, so my favorite Nevermore album tends to be whatever one was just released. By that rationale, the band's self-titled 1995 debut is probably my least favorite of their catalog. It's still a very impressive metal album, and one of the best debuts you'll ever hope to hear. I just like their later efforts more, though the song The Sanity Assassin may be the band's very best song. Like all Nevermore albums, the debut practically wallows in cynicism, bitterness and spite. Nevermore isn't here to make anyone feel better about life. They're here to rip back the curtain on politics and religion to show the feeble old wizard pulling the levers.

Just about anyone interested in modern metal genres needs to add some Nevermore to their collection, and while Dead Heart, in a Dead World seems to be the best "gateway drug", the band's debut album provides just as good an overview of their sound.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 6, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Rising from the ashes of the influential thrash outfit Sanctuary, vocalist Warrell Dane, guitarist Jeff Loomis, and bassist Jim Sheppard went on to form Nevermore, a band that metal fans still find hard to classify after more than a decade. The Nevermore sound - and trust me, no one else sounds quite like Nevermore (though bands like Communic and Twelfth Gate sure seem to be trying hard) - combines elements of thrash, doom, gothic, and even power metal. The result is a sound that is melodic yet aggressive, cold yet emotional, and above all, dark. Thrash-like riffs are predominant, but it's Dane's songwriting and Halford-eqsue vocal performance that really set the overall tone.

Nevermore is one of those rare bands (Opeth is another) that manage to get better with each successive release, so my favorite Nevermore album tends to be whatever one was just released. By that rationale, the band's self-titled 1995 debut is probably my least favorite of their catalog. It's still a very impressive metal album, and one of the best debuts you'll ever hope to hear. I just like their later efforts more, though the song The Sanity Assassin may be the band's very best song. Like all Nevermore albums, the debut practically wallows in cynicism, bitterness and spite. Nevermore isn't here to make anyone feel better about life. They're here to rip back the curtain on politics and religion to show the feeble old wizard pulling the levers.

Just about anyone interested in modern metal genres needs to add some Nevermore to their collection, and while Dead Heart in a Dead World seems to be the best "gateway drug", the band's debut album provides just as good an overview of their sound.
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By P. Burton on June 17, 2014
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when this album was released in the 90s grunge and r&b were the norm to hear rock as good as this from that era is very refreshing!
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This is. Awsome. What tomorrow knows. Is best opening and single. Off this single. I lost this. In a move. Glad to repurchase this. You peeps. Are missing out
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By EVLROB on January 26, 2014
Format: Audio CD
THIS FIRST ALBUM FROM NEVERMORE "IN MY OPINION!" IS IN THE TOP 3 BEST ALBUMS THE BAND HAVE DONE UP UNTIL THEIR UNFORTUNATE BREAK-UP IN 2012. THEIR FOLLOW-UP ALBUM "POLITICS OF ECSTASY" AND "DEAD HEART IN A DEAD WORLD" MAY HAVE BEEN SLIGHTLY BETTER......ANYWAYS THIS IS A FANTASTIC METAL ALBUM! IT'S HEAVY, MELODIC, AND HAS A DARK-EPIC FEEL ABOUT IT THAT SOUNDS SINISTER! JEFF LOOMIS SHOW'S OFF SOME GREAT GUITAR WORK BOTH IN RIFFS AND SOLO'S THAT SEEM TO FLOAT AND TWIST AROUND WARREL DANE'S AWESOME VOCAL RANGE......NOBODY HAS EVER REALLY SOUNDED LIKE HIM, AND THAT IS WHAT MAKES HIM SUCH A UNIQUE METAL SINGER IN HIS OWN RIGHT! AND THE BOTH OF THEM TOGETHER JUST MELD. RECRUITING UNKNOWN DRUMMER AT THE TIME VAN WILLIAMS WAS THE OBVIOUS CHOICE FOR THIS BAND......HE BRINGS HIS OWN UNIQUE STYLE OF DRUMMING TO THE TABLE AS WELL WHICH CONTRIBUTES TO NEVERMORE'S UNIQUE SOUND. I WAS A HUGE FAN OF SANCTUARY IN THE EARLY 90'S AND I WAS SERIOUSLY HOPING WARREL DANE AND JIM SHEPPARD (BASSIST FROM SANCTUARY) WERE GOING TO MOVE FORWARD WITH A MORE MODERN METAL SOUND ON THIS ALBUM. AND BOY! THEY SURE DID!.....THIS IS A TIMELESS DEBUT CLASSIC THAT'S HEAVY METAL, POWER METAL, PROGRESSIVE METAL ALL RAPPED UP INTO ONE NICE LITTLE PACKAGE......ENOUGH TALK, GO GET IT!
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