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WHO'S THE BOSS IN THE FACTORY?

Karmakanic

 

Symphonic Prog

4.06 | 355 ratings

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Jegheist2009
5 stars My Review-First off let me say,That Im huge sucker for tfk or side projects or solo projects by tfk members.This is no exception,This is masterpiece by all proportions.Take the band name,You get Karmakanic.Meaning we are the kanics,That make either good karma in this world or negative.Whatever you feed out,Will feed back unto you some day.

The cover art explains it all,It doesnt matter what u did.It only matters,Who's the boss in the factory meaning the man upstairs.We all have to answer to him one day,It not what we are or what we did.It our intent and motive vice versa,That gets us the job or promotion we deisre.We worked for it hard,With cheerful heart not jealous heart.No hidden agenda or Ego Involved.

Goran Edman on vocals,Greatest singer in the Sweden territory is back.He can sing AOR,Prog,Metal,etc.He is amazing singer,Singing with Yngwie Malmsteen on 2 cds in 90s Eclipse and Fire and Ice.His voice never leaves you crying,But thirsting for more.

Send Message From The Heart-The 20 min epic opener,Boy is it good epic .Talking bout,How we need to send message from the heart and soul not just our mouth.It easier to say with our mouth,Then it is to line it up with our heart vice versa.The Intent also,Doing it right reasons.Not just cuz we have to,Or to get ahead boast bout,Our one way tickets to heaven each time we do good deed. They will be in vain and expired,When we deal with boss in factory.

Let In Hollywood-We need to let in,Glory of hollywood in our hearts and mind.Holy wood is good examle,It burns without fire and is produced by light.Light comes from the movie star,That lives in our heartsLlet us let him in today,To bring light in unvierse full of darkness hatred murder and despair..

Jegheist2009 | 5/5 |

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