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No Exit: 25th Anniversary Edition Original recording remastered, Extra tracks


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After a near decade long hiatus, Fates Warning returns with Darkness In A Different Light, their first CD of new material since the release of FWX in 2004. This also marks the first release for the current lineup of Ray Alder (vocals) Jim Matheos and Frank Aresti (guitars), Joey Vera (bass), and Bobby Jarzombek (drums).

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  • Audio CD (September 4, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • ASIN: B000U1XIHQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,769 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Silent Cries
2. In A Word
3. Shades of Heavenly Death
4. The Ivory Gate of Dreams I. Innocence II. Cold Daze III. Daylight Dreamers IV. Quietus V. Ivory Tower VI. Whispers On The Wind VII. Acquiescence VIII. RetrospectBonus Tracks:Quietus demo Ivory Gate of Dreams out take #1Ivory Gate of Dreams out take #2Bonus DVDFeatures live and behind the scene footage from the NO EXIT tour. Also includes clips from the making of "Silent Cries" and "Anarchy Divine" videos.

Editorial Reviews

This CD/DVD set commemorates 25 years of the loudest, hardest, heaviest, and the very best heavy metal on the planet. The CD includes unreleased bonus tracks. The DVD includes behind the scenes and live footage from the No Exit tour, plus additional liner

Customer Reviews

Ray Alder is an excellent vocalist.
javajeff
Some of the greatest prog metal ever comes from the fingertips of this band.
J. Forst
What can i say about an album that is close to brillant.
Jarrett Carrico

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By David Trombley on June 29, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I read all the previous reviews and wondered...who actually listened and understood the greatness of this disc...
No Exit began the Ray Alder era...now the history...when Jim was auditioning singers...Ray inquired about the job and Jim sent him the melody section to "Quietus" from 'ivory gate,' and basically what you hear on the finished cd is the audition tape Ray sent him...so I guess he was hired instantly.
I like the changes of tone...the intro part to the cd...to the tensive screams of "Anarchy Divine" both "Silent Cries" and "In a Word" are strong passion plays, deep with emotion strong and guitar crunches.
But you buy this disc for "Ivory Gate." A fantastic foray into a seemingly mythologic look...I was told that Jim based it roughly on Homer's "Odyssey." So when the last reviewer said something about the relation to "Mindcrime" (which I love...the ryche is so cool) I was stunned. I don't like to compare stories...because "Mindcrime" is a real-life based story...and "Ivory Gate" is a fantastic dreamscape...
"Ivory Gate" has such a great flow to it...the only stumbling part for me was "Daylight Dreamers" it didn't seem to fit for me...but when "Quietus" followed...I quickly forgot about the weakness of the previous track...
What I like about "Ivory Gate" and the rest of Fates longer tracks (i.e. APSOG, Something from Nothing, Still Remains) the songs take on an epic story feel...and there's a tensive build-up to a powerful dramatic ending feel to the song...on this disc you can feel it with "Acquiesence," when Ray sings the final lines..
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Forst on September 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Metal blade did a fabulous job w/ the re-release of "awaken the guardian". No Exit does not get quite the elaborate roll-out that Awaken did but the extras are pretty cool. On the cd you get 3 unheard tunes. One is a vocal audition that Ray mailed back to the band. The other two are 'lost' instrumentals that belonged in the Ivory Gate epic but the parts that were left out sound similiar to riffs that are already in the song. The dvd is cool at 45 min long but a bit frustrating since they always give you a fade in/fade out version of songs mashed together. You never do see one complete song from back in tha day w/ the exception of them doing Valley of the Dolls (a track from a previous album) and that quality is from a many-times dubbed VHS source. Also, the graphics and colors on the cd cover are just horrendous. It's almost like FW is an inside joke at Metal blade. First they spell their sophmore release "Spector" incorrectly and now the No Exit cover almost looks like a black and white image that was done by a fourth grader at computer camp. But, FW have proved that it is not the album covers (or videos) that makes this band unique it is the music that lays imbedded in the cd.
I remember seeing these guys on the No Exit tour at the thirsty Whale in Chicago. It was one of the last tours Ray would sing John Arch material and the crowd was just electric with joy while FW played. FW even hung in the pkg lot before the show and drank w/ us! Some of the greatest prog metal ever comes from the fingertips of this band. These guys are a bit more like a 'serious' and somber Dream Theater. Check out this classic release but all FW discs are good but the '92 era and before was when they were at their prog peak.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Steve on March 26, 2001
Format: Audio CD
There are only 6 songs on this album, but this album rocks harder than any I've ever heard. There are some terrifyingly good guitar riffs on this CD, and the vocals, bass, and drums are top notch. Jim Matheos is a God when it comes to guitar! He has an excellent sense of melody, but also can rip face melting solos and riffs. He writes most of the music and lyrics of No Exit, and he single-handedly wrote 'The Ivory Gates of Dreams'. And let me tell you, that song rocks. Chock full of every guitarists best dream, 20 minutes of pure shred but also great acoustic playing and some great piano playing.
Ray Alders vocals are very unique, and very good. I had never heard him until buying No Exit, but I must say: he is one of the, if not THE, best progessive metal vocalist I've ever heard. His voice is very powerful and he has incredible range (he can hit notes higher that Tate or Halford easily.) His vocals add a powerful presence to the music and it really "opens" it up.
In closing, if you haven't bought this album already go get it immedietely. This CD is worth 'Ivory Gate of Dreams' alone, but yet you get 4 more killer songs on the CD. The song no exit isnt really a song. More of an intro.
It rocks. Buy it!!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cassra B. Clark on January 18, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
First off, let me start by saying that this is a 5-star album. Absolutely love this record, so I had to get myself a physical copy to blast in my car. My problem however is with what actually arrived in the mail from amazon. I was expecting the cd + bonus dvd, but the bonus dvd was nowhere to be seen. Another reviewer noted that he had the same problem as well. I would avoid getting this item from amazon.com because you may not get the bonus dvd.
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