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3 stars So, here we are, in 2005. Stonehenge has a different line-up from what we have heard on Angelo Salutante. A new singer, the Japanese Fumio instead of BZ, and a female vocalist, Kyrah. Fumio sings well, there's nothing to blame

This is an EP with four songs, the second and last release of the band. Four short songs

Let's see the songs:

1. On My Own: Starting with nice vocal harmonies, this song already shows the quality we're gonna listen to in the next ten minutes.

2. Wide Awaken: A two-sided, interesting song, heavy riffing vs. choir and acoustic melodies.

3. Farewell: That one's got the best vocal parts (both male and female) on the album, with a great chorus!

4. Nerine: They finished this album just as AS; with a fantastic instrumental. Only two and a half minutes, but simply beautiful.

Sadly, currently Stonehenge is disbanded. No infos about them. Maybe one day there will be a has to be this way.

Three stars for a very good EP!

Diaby | 3/5 |


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