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NO EXIT

Fates Warning

 

Progressive Metal

3.87 | 178 ratings

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metalmaniac67
5 stars I don't know what was going on with Fates Warning at this point in their lives...but I sure like it! When I let friends listen to this CD, they are blown away. Well, until the vocals. "Enter Young Man...Welcome". Ray Alder's voice is enough to scare away most people, but lucky for me I had been listening to King Diamond for months at this point. I kept listening to the cd over and over until I had memorized most of the lyrics and then I started buying the other albums starting at the begining. WOW! In those few years, Fates Warning had come from Night on Brocken to this masterpiece. I didn't know how they pulled it off, and I really didn't care. But after this CD another change took place. A horrible one as I see it, and I have no clue as to why. This cd was definitely the heaviest Fates Warning ever put out. The more I listen to the CD as a whole, the more the grand concept FW may or may not have been going for reveals itself as well as the brilliant musianship and (now that I"m used to him) Ray Alder amazing metal voice.
metalmaniac67 | 5/5 |

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