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3.27 | 4 ratings

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3 stars well first i must admit that i have a spaicel place in my heart to all the east europe bend in all kind of music and especily houngary and bands like solaris for exemple in one of my all time favorit band so when i first heard about everwood i had a strong feilling that it will be a love story with the bend and i hade to get all thire albums even befour i hard a singel note of thy music and so i did and last week i got the 2 albums thy releses.after i heard the album my first instinct was to writh the review and give it 5 stars but to be fair i hold myself to whiting at least on week and listen to the album at least 10 to 20 time befour i writh so the day as come and now im writhing after 50 times i heard the album {to much for one week}and when i found some week points in the album{i wish i wasent}i know it will be a fair review so here it is:the first thing that cutch me is the voice of there singer i know i hear thet voice somwher but it took me 30 times to understand that the voice of mr.balazs is very much like the voice of zak stevens from savatage and circle 2 circle i love savatage and mr stevens very much i see it as a good start and as thire playing is very well its bring me to the only week point in the album:lace of original music. for me its sounds like a savatage album and even savatage is one of my all time metal band i wish everwood made more uniqe album then this.anyway i love this album and i recomended him but becous the lass originaliti i think 3 and half stars its fair and as i start to listen to thire next album thet is much beter then this i belive he get more stars but that another story.
amir | 3/5 |


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