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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Changing Sides (4:05)
2. Returned To Leave (4:40)
3. Leaving Without a Reason (4:19)
4. Sleeping To the Dolphin Song (5:16)
5. The Tired Tree (4:50)
6. The Tide Can't Hold Us Back (4:34)
7. Vipe Away (3:13)
8. The Arrival of Sophie (3:39) (instrumental)
9. My Greatest Rose (3:55)
10. Final Chime (4:37)
11. More Than a Story (4:53)
12. Graceful - The Ending (2:34)

Total Time: 50:35

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Line-up / Musicians

- Mattias Holmgren / vocals & choirs, guitars,
keyboards, synth-bass, drums

Guest musicians:
- Ulph Johansson / lead guitars (1, 4, & 6)
- Stefan Oloffson / keyboards (3 & 5)

Releases information

CD Musea Records FGBG 4443 (2002)

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2.88
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Review by Steve Hegede
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3 stars TIRED TREE is a side-project from Swedish musician Mattias Holmgren. It's also one of the worst CDs I've heard. I'm sorry, but I just don't get what's going on here. Either Mattias is in the early stages of having a hot new girlfriend, or he has the worst taste in music. Matthias is known as the drummer for a well-known Swedish metal band(which I have never heard of), but apparently he also likes 80s Phil Collins. So, he took that radio-friendly AOR sound, mixed it with the blandest DREAM THEATER, and added loads of thin vocals. I hate being negative on someone's art and passion, but when a CD sells for $16 new consumers need honest reviews. This album would have been better off on mp3.com. While I can see buying this CD so you could tell your friends that you own the cheesiest album ever recorded(a novelty item), unless you are a huge fan of Phil Collin's pop music watch out.

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