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  • Audio CD (September 13, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Inside Out U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000A1LTQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #194,103 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sinking Sand
2. Tug Of War
3. Hold The Wind
4. Beautiful
5. Queen Of The Informed
6. Living In A Movie
7. Long Way Down
8. See No Evil
9. Progtology
10. Comatose
11. Below Zero (Live) (Bonus Track)

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Customer Reviews

Doug's guitar work is incredible.
L. McBride
This listener cannot wait for the live CD/DVD combo that Enchant will be preparing for the coming year.
TensionExperiment
There is no more to say, go ahead and buy it !!!
Francisco Neira

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By swriter7 on August 22, 2003
Format: Audio CD
wow, with each album they keep improving and getting better if that is possible!!!! The last album Blink of an Eye was amazing and featured the new drummer Sean Flanegan, he seems to find his own on this album and is truly spectatcular. Blink saw no keyboardist for the band and had a friend sit in on keys and was great, the new full time keyboardist is Bill Jenkins and is incredible.
If you are new to Enchant, they can be described as a hard rock melodic progressive band, not metal, not full out prog, just great stuff. Influences to my ears are Kansas, especially in the vocal department, Ted has just an amazing set of pipes, wow!!!! Other influences to me are Rush and Marillion.
It is hard to go song by song but Sinking Sand is a great hard rock tune with vocals to the heavens, probably next to Under Fire on the Blink album, Sinking Sand is the best Enchant album opener. The second track, Tug of War is a great hard tune again and the album continues to rock. Beautiful is all that, a beautiful tune that should be played on radio but not your typical crappy ballad, just great!!!
In closing, after 5 listens, song by song, this is the strongest Enchant album with no weak points, after seven albums, don"t know why they are almost unheard of, they have to be thee best hard rock melodic prog band out today. After this, get Blink of an Eye and Juggling. You will thank me, trust me, just great
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By L. McBride on January 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I was given a copy of ToW by Mr. Doug Ott himself. I am a huge Rush fan, and was a little apprehensive of this band I had never heard of. I popped it in the cd player on the way home from a late night gig. The first guitar chords woke me up like a jolt of strong coffee. Wow...these guys are absolutley amazing. Doug's guitar work is incredible. Ed's bass work rivals Geddy Lee imho. When I first heard Ted sing, I thought it was Kansas. My personal favorite is the title track. The opening guitar riffs are reminiscent of alot of 90's grunge bands..raw and full of emotion. It builds into a full blown rampage of power. The message of the song is driven home. The rest of the album is pure Prog, with the exception of Beautiful, which pays homage to Doug's beautiful wife. I am a huge Enchant fan now, and I will soon own the entire catalog! A no risk purchase for sure
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MusicFan on August 30, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Having been an Enchant fan for the past few years, I am dissapointed to say that this one falls short of what I expected. The excellent musicianship is still there, it jsut lacks the great melodies that Enchant is known for. Some exceptions are "Living in a Movie", "Long Way Down", and "Comatose"..There is also a great instramental appropriately named "Progtology"...New fans might enjoy, I just expected MORE....This CD was produced in less than 1 year, and it sounds rushed (no pun intended!).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Wickerman on December 16, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Enchant is a band I've really been getting into here lately. From the first time I listened to "Juggling 9 or Dropping 10", I was hooked. Since then, I have gotten everything in their catalog (except for "Time Lost"), and nearly everything they have done has blown me away. Their combination of sophisticated prog stylings and singable melodies is just fantastic.
This, their latest album, is just incredible, and possibly their best yet. They have brought back the epic feel of their first two albums, and combined it with the catchier feel of the last three, and the result is awe-inspiring. This album goes from fun and upbeat, to stunningly beautiful, to just flat out rocking. There is plenty of diversity throughout, and tons of cool things going on. New keyboardist Bill Jenkins really adds something special to the band's sound. They've always had great keyboard playing, but Bill is probably the most eclectic they've had yet. He does some really cool effects, such as the "sounds of the rainforest"-type interlude in "Hold the Wind", to the breath-taking string synths in "Queen of the Informed", to the quirky organ sounds in "Progtology". But really, the whole band is in fine form. Sean Flanagan is really starting to find his niche in the band's sound, and the rest of the guys are great as always, particularly Ted, who is undoubtedly one of my favorite singers these days.
The album starts with "Sinking Sand", a powerful melodic rocker, with Ted's emotional delivery and lyrics (inspired by his brother's struggles with HIV), and a stunning guitar solo. The title track is a harder rocking tune, with Ted hitting some of his highest notes in years, and a great chorus. "Hold the Wind" is a really catchy tune, with some great commentary on the subject of materialism.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tim Izatt on August 25, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I discovered Enchant by chance when I happend upon a copy of their second CD entitled "Wounded"; I have since bought the entire catalog. With each release these guys blow me away. I thought nothing could top "Blink Of An Eye", I literally wore that CD out! But, "Tug Of War" is one word, INCREDIBLE!
The CD is incredibly diverse. It is progressive without being pretentious, catchy without being repetiticious and boring. Ted Leonard has incredible range and shows that someone who can "really sing" is still out there. Ed Platt's bass work is brilliant and when combined with the thrilling guitar work of Doug Ott, the bombastic drumming of Sean Flanegan and the infusion of keyboard wizard, Bill Jenkins it is truly "wonderful, sublime it's magical, divine, it's BEAUTIFUL".
Now for the songs, and I will be brief....they are all incredible!!! To say one is better than the other would be unfair to the song and it's message. These song are like good books, they mean something unique to each listener. The music paints it's own cavas for everyone and the lyrical content of each song can absolutely floor you depending on the things you have experienced in your life. It is rare indeed to hear lyrics that are both positive and hopeful yet sobering and real. And, Enchant does this and is still able to weave masterful riffs, hooks, melodies and song structures that make the listener long for the next release from this wonderful band. I will say that my personal favorites are "Speak No Evil" and "Beautiful" perhaps because of my own life experiences.
Please go out and buy this CD so Enchant can continue to fill my living room with it's unique sound for many years to come.
I would give this CD more stars if the damn pull down would let me!
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