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|1. Deus Le Volt!|
|2. Spread Your Fire|
|3. Angels And Demons|
|4. Waiting Silence|
|5. Wishing Well|
|6. Temple Of Hate|
|7. Shadow Hunter|
|8. No Pain For The Dead|
|9. Winds Of Destination|
|10. Sprouts Of Time|
|11. Morning Star|
|12. Late Redemption|
This is even better than their previous album Rebirth!!
A fantastic mixture of 1970s Progressive rock bands such as Yes and Kansas molded with European-style Power Metal and Brazilian folk music.
There's so much more going on in this album than most realize and you'll have to listen to it a few times over.
Bought it as a gift To a friend, In my opinion, this is the best One from Angra, on its best formatou-sePublished 2 months ago by FRANCISCO R S NETO
If you are into power metal and you haven't listen to this album yet, you need to get it now!Published 10 months ago by Emmanuel Oga
START to finish this album goes unrivaled. Unless your player doesn't start each song quickly, you will have no problem enjoying this album.Published 14 months ago by Michael Themo
Angra did not dissapoint me with this CD, even though it is a little different that the usual it has extremely complex pieces and great musical moments.Published 23 months ago by Amilcar Collazo
Mighty, powerful, professional, epic, no precedence, no limits, inspirational and metal!
These few words barely describe this metal master piece. Read more
Listen to the opening track "Spread your fire" or "Shadow hunter" to know what I'm talkin about. "Morning star" is a great progressive song resembling DT. Read morePublished on September 2, 2011 by Ourocard
This is the most solid progressive metal album I've heard out of tens of prog metal bands worldwide. Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by Spider Moose