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Having listened to this CD in depth last night - I can't find one track I don't like, not only musically is this CD awesome, sonically it's amazing. Sounds like you could be right there in the studio listening to it.

Great insight into each tracks composition by Bianca on the inner sleeve as well.

11/10 for me - has totally blown me away. :)


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Glad you enjoyed it Colin so sad not to be there.
Yesterday felt like my legs had been cut off !!!! :cry:


You were very much missed Darren,i hope the new releases and the DVD of the show soften missing the gig.


Hopefully i'll get to Loreley i'm gonna go camping for this unless someone as a floor i can sleep on.

Do you think you're going to be ok for this Colin ?

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Glad you enjoyed it Colin so sad not to be there.
Yesterday felt like my legs had been cut off !!!! :cry:


You were very much missed Darren,i hope the new releases and the DVD of the show soften missing the gig.


Hopefully i'll get to Loreley i'm gonna go camping for this unless someone as a floor i can sleep on.

Do you think you're going to be ok for this Colin ?


Ive booked up Daz so very hopeful :wink: 8)

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Having listened to this CD in depth last night - I can't find one track I don't like, not only musically is this CD awesome, sonically it's amazing. Sounds like you could be right there in the studio listening to it.

Great insight into each tracks composition by Bianca on the inner sleeve as well.

11/10 for me - has totally blown me away. :)

I've only managed two spins so far, but first impressions are certainly good. "Leviathan" is already going down as a landmark track - it really grabbed me at the gig on Sunday, and having heard it twice more, I can fairly confidently say that this track is going to be one of my favourites of all time.

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Having listened to this CD in depth last night - I can't find one track I don't like, not only musically is this CD awesome, sonically it's amazing. Sounds like you could be right there in the studio listening to it.

Great insight into each tracks composition by Bianca on the inner sleeve as well.

11/10 for me - has totally blown me away. :)

I've only managed two spins so far, but first impressions are certainly good. "Leviathan" is already going down as a landmark track - it really grabbed me at the gig on Sunday, and having heard it twice more, I can fairly confidently say that this track is going to be one of my favourites of all time.


"Leviathan" is certainly a landmark track....its a huge favorite already 8) 8)

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epsilon75 wrote:
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Having listened to this CD in depth last night - I can't find one track I don't like, not only musically is this CD awesome, sonically it's amazing. Sounds like you could be right there in the studio listening to it.

Great insight into each tracks composition by Bianca on the inner sleeve as well.

11/10 for me - has totally blown me away. :)

I've only managed two spins so far, but first impressions are certainly good. "Leviathan" is already going down as a landmark track - it really grabbed me at the gig on Sunday, and having heard it twice more, I can fairly confidently say that this track is going to be one of my favourites of all time.


"Leviathan" is certainly a landmark track....its a huge favorite already 8) 8)


''Sound of a Shell'' is favourite so far, but im realy struggling to hear any I don't like on this.

Well done EF - magnificent :)


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timer wrote:
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Having listened to this CD in depth last night - I can't find one track I don't like, not only musically is this CD awesome, sonically it's amazing. Sounds like you could be right there in the studio listening to it.

Great insight into each tracks composition by Bianca on the inner sleeve as well.

11/10 for me - has totally blown me away. :)

I've only managed two spins so far, but first impressions are certainly good. "Leviathan" is already going down as a landmark track - it really grabbed me at the gig on Sunday, and having heard it twice more, I can fairly confidently say that this track is going to be one of my favourites of all time.


"Leviathan" is certainly a landmark track....its a huge favorite already 8) 8)


''Sound of a Shell'' is favourite so far, but im realy struggling to hear any I don't like on this.

Well done EF - magnificent :)


"Sound of a Shell" is indeed a goodie Tim,and as you say a struggle to be negative against any.........EF magic 8)

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My copy hasn't arrived yet, but I'm sure I will recieve it tomorrow. I can't wait to hear it. :)


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I'll be honest in saying that with some of the recent TD output I was more than a sceptical about another release "so quickly". For me the last couple of "new" albums had turn into "Blanderine Dream" and it seemed that that they were using Sony Cinescore to produce music...

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This album is chuffing awesome. For me the best for years and years.


They're back and my faith has been restored.

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:D I've liked everything they have done in the last couple of years or so and they are certainly burning bright again following the 'dismal years' of 1991 to 1995. Can't wait for the new albums to drop through my letterbox, especially VFART - sounds awesome!! Hurry up Mr Postman, I'm itching to get these crackers in my player.

Who else is on the album by the way? Is Thorsten Q on it?
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:D I've liked everything they have done in the last couple of years or so and they are certainly burning bright again following the 'dismal years' of 1991 to 1995. Can't wait for the new albums to drop through my letterbox, especially VFART - sounds awesome!! Hurry up Mr Postman, I'm itching to get these crackers in my player.

Who else is on the album by the way? Is Thorsten Q on it?
:D


TQ, BB, LS, IC all on CD , but the majority was done by EF.


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:D Thanks timer. Good to know Thorsten is still around. :D

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I hear it's so good that even Emportal posters cheered up and stopped living in the past ;)

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I hear it's so good that even Emportal posters cheered up and stopped living in the past ;)


Can't believe that ! from over there ! :o


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I hear it's so good that even Emportal posters cheered up and stopped living in the past ;)


Can't believe that ! from over there ! :o


lol...well who gives a monkey's anyway to be honest mate ;). Starts a BM vigil

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