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3.10 | 10 ratings | 1 reviews | 10% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Como un hielo (5:58)
2. Tu sombra (5:17)
3. Mirada de luz (9:10)
4. Sitios perdidos (5:24)
5. Extraños entre dos mundos (8:41)
6. Encerrado en su locura (4:43)
7. Heridas del alma (5:34)
8. Alas fugaces (8:22)

Total Time 53:09

Bonus track on original release:
9. Separate Ways (Journey cover)

Bonus track on 2003 reissue:
9. Como un hielo (live) (6:10)

Line-up / Musicians

- Claudio Morice / vocals
- Richard Pilnik / guitar
- Jaime Rosas / keyboards
- Alan Alvarez / bass
- Alejandro de la Cuadra / drums

Releases information

CD Toxic Records - 1040-2 (1999, Chile)

Mylodon Records - MyloCD08 (2003, Chile) with different bonus track

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(10%)
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Review by apps79
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3 stars ENTRANCE was a Chilean prog metal band,from which surfaced the star of keyboard wizard Jaime Rosas,who later followed a succesful personal career.Their eponymous debut was released in 1999,two years after the band was found.

The sound here is balanced and well-played melodic Progressive Metal with high-pitched and sometimes annoying vocals by Claudio Morice,it took me sometime to get used to his voice.Jaime Rosas delivers excellent complex keyboard parts and synth flashes,often with a Classical tendency,and guitarist Richard Pilnik does it also very well on both lead and rhythm guitars.Hints of DREAM THEATER and also ARTENSION are evident throughout the listening.However most of the tracks do not escape from the standard song form and thus,the album does not offer plenty of surprises.

''Entrance'' heads to fans of both Prog Rock and Prog Metal,who search for melody,but also some aggresiveness in their music menu.

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