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3 stars This "single" consists of four songs, three of the album "Decipher".

"Emphasis" has no difference from the original version and its presence here seems to have been baptized to the name of "single".

A version of "Who Wants to Live Forever," the band "Queen" in the voice of "Floor Jansen" is one of the few novelties in the "single". Compare with the original would be inhuman, just say "Floor Jansen," as "Damian Wilson", the band's "Threshold," work hard to maintain the honor of "Freddie Mercury". The guitar solo here is done by "Arjen Anthony Lucassen."

"Imperfect Tenses" has exactly the same sound, arrangements, chords. The only difference is that "Damian Wilson" replaces "Rein Kolpa" in duet with "Floor Jansen."

"Damian Wilson" with his vocal technique leaves no room for suspicion and strengthens the quality of this "single".

"Intrinsic" is one of the most beautiful songs ever written by the band and their presence here enriches the "single".

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Posted Sunday, July 15, 2012 | Review Permalink

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