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|1. Damnation Game|
|2. Dressed To Kill|
|3. Edge Of Forever|
|4. Savage Curtain|
|8. A Winter's Dream ( Part I) Prelude|
|9. A Winter's Dream ( Part Ii) The Ascension|
|10. Enhanced Element|
The album has cool guitar riffs and solos, nice basslines, good vocals, and of course nice melodies from the keys.
I'm not sure which I like best: the first album was a lot more daring musically, but a somewhat more out-of-control.
For only being a Sophomore effort, this is WAY beyond the evolution the band was taking after hearing their debut!
What can I say, Symphony X in the early years are just as good as they are now. Michael Romeo is excellent on here. Read morePublished on October 14, 2010 by gtrplayer
This is a damn fine album here. It is the bands first album with Russell Allen, their current singer. Read morePublished on June 25, 2005 by T. Zeppa
Symphony X would not be where they are today without the addition of Russell Allen. Russell gives them their sound, and is far superior to original voaclist Rod Tyler. Read morePublished on November 4, 2003 by geetarfreak
this is the most underrated Symphony X album. Might be because of the, compared to the newer releases, weak sound. Read morePublished on October 20, 2003
This album is in my opinion one of the best of Symphony X, fighting the first place with V and closely (too closely I wolud say) followed by Divine Wings. Read morePublished on August 27, 2001 by "elpredicador"
When I first got this album I didn't find it quite as attractive as Divine Wings... or V. However, the more I listen to this (masterpiece?) album the better it gets. Read morePublished on March 12, 2001 by "bucketboychris"
Made in JAP in 2000, Serial# TOCP-50912, Playing Time: 46 min.
Originally released in 1995, this is their second effort. Read more