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4 stars The year 2002 brought the band a record deal with the U.S. label Laser's Edge and the first record to be released, was the one called Eden?. A record with tracks from the previous two studio albums, now with lyrics in English. Another difference is the new line- up which performs on this album. Due to differences on both personal and musical level, the band split up in 2002. But shortly after was brought back to life by Fabian Zoltan and Nagy György. They started sending promotional cds to many labels abroad in order to make their music heard beyond the borders of Hungary as well. As a result of this campaign they signed with Laser's Edge. The fans who already heard the first two releases will be familiar with the songs aligned here on this album.They were remixed and re-recorded, but only slight changes in the instrumentation were made here and there. The new vocalist does well bringing his own style and not trying to follow in the footsteps of the former singer. Of course those who have known the band from the beginning can compare the two performances and draw their own conclusions. I personally like both versions. And highly reccomend them!
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