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2 stars Well, this album doesn't offer nothing good or new, it is just a single without the magic that one expects from the hand of the creator of The Human Equation, it's really sad to be so dissapointed.

The only "good" song is Come Back to Me, but it isn't new, just an used song.

This single is just that, a single.

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Posted Tuesday, February 28, 2006 | Review Permalink
4 stars The third single from the Ayreon album The Human Equation, which I consider as one of the best albums I've listened to.

The single contains four songs: The first is Come Back To Me, which is a single remix of Day Seven: Hope from THE. The second song, August Fire, was supposed to be on The Human Equation, but somehow it was dropped out. Melodies and lyrics have been written by Heather Findlay, who also sings this song. A very good song in my opinion. Third song is a Beatles cover titled When I'm Sixty-Four recorded ten years ago in a live-show. If you listen closely, you can hear parts of some other Beatles tunes too. The last song is a dance remix of Come Back To Me by Joost van der Broek of Star One. It was first done as a joke, but Arjen liked it so much he decided to put it on the single.

If you like Ayreon and see this in some store, I recommend you to buy the single.

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Posted Wednesday, October 18, 2006 | Review Permalink

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