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2.94 | 17 ratings

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4 stars One of England's premier progressive metal bands have released a limited edition Special fan club CD. THRESHOLD was originally formed in 1988 and have gained a lot of attention in the prog metal genre. "Decadent" was released through the fan club to celebrate and mark then years of the band. The CD contains radio edits, re-mixes, re-masters, unplugged versions, Japanese bonus tracks and different versions of their songs, and with this release they're finally available to the fans. THRESHOLD are magnificent musicians and Keyboard player Richard West is also known for being a member in the progressive rock band SHADOWLAND. The band have changed vocalist between every album but they've always been very good. The highlights are "Intervention", "Sunseeker", the excellent "Voyager II", "Devoted", "Change", the heavy "Mother Earth", the 10- minute "Into The Light" and "He Is I Am". "Paradox" from the "Wounded Land" album have gone through a major change in the Club Mix on this CD. It's now a heavy metal disco track! Fun! It's rather strange that THRESHOLD haven't got the real breakthrough yet, because they deserve it. This is probably a future rarity and a must have to the fans. The CD is available at their WebPage. Order now!
Greger | 4/5 |


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