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on December 12, 2015
A band made up of metal gods from other bands.... outstanding as expected.
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on September 15, 2015
These guys are good. Like them better than dream theater!
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on September 5, 2009
This first album by Redemption is quite good, my only complaint is the songs are a little too long and the sound mix makes sometimes the music sound garbled, messy in some parts. If you liked this one jump and get their next two albums, that by the way are far better in all levels.
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on August 4, 2009
A gift for my oldest son's birthday coming up August 13. He's had this on his WISH list for some time now . . . he will be surprised!
Received in good condition and great service!
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on May 14, 2003
Quite a few prog metal bands now have started their careers with rather rough sounding debut CDs, only to release follow-up sophmore CDs that knock the socks off everybody... Dream Theater and Symphony X to name a few. When this was released I was one of the first on the bandwagon, only to find it sounded like a dated metal Fates Warning clone band. It was a disappointment considering the talent involved (members of Fates Warning, Symphony X). Looking back now on two strong follow-up albums from this debut release, it's easier to see what Nick Van Dyk was trying to accomplish. "Desperation, Part II" with Ray Alder on vocals is my favorite track and offers a glimpse into the future greatness of the band. "Window to Space" and "Desperation, Part 3" are also two of the stronger tracks on the CD. If you've heard the newer CDs, don't expect this one to sound like them. This one is far less progressive sounding. This CD is for you if you're a completist, or would like to hear what a rougher version of the great "Fullness Of Time" sounds like.
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