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Added by Central Electronic Brain     January 20, 2015     152   1   1   0   0   0

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Thoughtful, powerful and heavy as hell.
 
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Has the rich production of the 21st century yet many of the songs show influences of the seventies and the nineties.
 
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Cut from the finest cloth that covers the cream of British Hard Rock.
 
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I for one will be keeping an eye on I Am Giant with keen interest.
 
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A well-crafted debut.
 
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Added by Central Electronic Brain     January 19, 2015     192   1   1   0   0   0

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With absolutely no filler, I have no hesitation in recommending this quality album for all lovers of Hard Melodic Rock.
 
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Added by Central Electronic Brain     January 19, 2015     104   2   1   0   0   0

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This is a good start to their career and should find them plenty of new fans.
 
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Viva la revolution... viva la Levellers.
 
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An enjoyable listen and a fine effort.
 
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Project Arcadia have plenty of undeniable talent, but I still found it hard to really get into them.
 
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Added by Central Electronic Brain     January 18, 2015     119   1   1   0   0   0
It's probably my "2014 Biggest Surprise".
 
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Added by Central Electronic Brain     January 18, 2015     109   3   1   0   0   0

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With time and consideration it seeps into your consciousness and adds a new dimension to the Symphonic soundscape.
 
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Added by Central Electronic Brain     January 18, 2015     102   1   1   0   0   0
This is, overall, a great Metal band who, once again, have given to their fans a "must have" for their collection.
 
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Added by Central Electronic Brain     January 18, 2015     108   1   1   0   0   0

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All the songs all have a primitive bite that will leave you with a few musical teeth marks for a while.
 
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Kaukasus really have come up with something special which Prog fans will lap up.
 
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Five young guys from Sweden, looking and sounding like they've just crawled out of a Los Angeles cellar circa 1984.
 
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Certainly one of the more memorable instrumental guitar albums.
 
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One of the great undiscovered Modern Rock bands of today.
 
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Torme has a unique and recognisable sound and it's that strength that holds it all together.
 
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If you're a lover of riff-laden Heavy Rock, then buy this album, live with it, absorb it ... and you will be rewarded.
 
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Proves that art, angst and quality music can actually all sit together very nicely.
 
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Kudos for what has been created, even if it is a lot to endure in one sitting.
 
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Whether you are a Metal extremist or a Melodic Proggy like me, there will be something for you to enjoy in here.
 
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Although Circle II Circle and Savatage fans will definitely want to add this album to their collections, I'm not too sure who else would.
 
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This album rocks, so what more could you want?
 
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Even after spending a month with 'II', I'm barely any further than scratching the surface of what's been attempted here.
 
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A challenging yet ultimately rewarding listen.
 
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MS are widely known for their use of chip-tunes with many of their songs.
 
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Mattsson has again taken musical creations and re-recorded them.
 
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An album that you certainly should include in your record collection.
 
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