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Symphony X

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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Into the Dementia (1:01)
2. The Raging Season (5:01)
3. Premonition (5:38)
4. Masquerade (4:28)
5. Absinthe and Rue (7:17)
6. Shades of Grey (5:41)
7. Taunting the Notorious (3:21)
8. Rapture or Pain (5:05)
9. Thorns of Sorrow (3:55)
10. A Lesson Before Dying (12:07)

Total Time: 53:34

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Line-up / Musicians

- Michael Romeo / guitars
- Michael Pinella / keyboards
- Jason Rullo / drums
- Thomas Miller / bass
- Rod Tyler/ vocals

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2.88
(156 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(6%)
6%
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Review by FloydWright
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3 stars I think this may be the highest rating I've ever given to a band's first album. Even with all of the amateur problems I'm going to discuss, I don't think I've ever heard a first try that was so indicative of a band's future, and that's why I'm forgiving of its mistakes. I'm going to look at this from the perspective of someone who would have been considering awarding a record contract based on this submission.

Yes, MICHAEL ROMEO's guitar solos are really muffled-sounding, and yes, there aremany other sound quality problems, but I urge people to look past them. You'll find, if you do, that all of the talent and potential in this band is there and ready to go. Even though his synth is old and rather tinny, MICHAEL PINNELLA is doing the best he can with it, and particularly shines on "Premonition", "Absinthe and Rue", and "A Lesson Before Dying". It should be no surprise that these same songs are also the proggiest and the most indicative of the band's future direction. ROMEO shows off his already-impressive skills on "The Raging Season", "Absinthe and Rue", and "A Lesson Before Dying", especially. While not always very audible, bassist THOMAS MILLER impresses on "Absinthe of Rue" (of course!), "Shades of Grey", and (you guessed it!) "A Lesson Before Dying". Unfortunately, JASON RULLO's drums suffer too much from a mixing problem giving them a very irritating treble, but at this point, it's at least obvious he can keep up with the band quite well.

Perhaps the most controversial element of this album is vocalist ROD TYLER, for whom some fans express a vicious dislike. I certainly don't hate him--in fact, I think he's a good singer...just not a good singer for this style. He has a very high, gentle voice that works well on "Shades of Grey" (so sue me, I'm a sap and I like that one!) and "A Lesson Before Dying", but sometimes I get a distinct feeling he's straining for notes too low or too loud for him, especially on "Rapture or Pain" and "Thorns of Sorrow". ROMEO even seems to try to cover for him on "Rapture or Pain". At times, he seems to try to imitate JAMES LaBRIE of DREAM THEATER, and this doesn't always work. The transitions from his more comfortable range and tone to other things tend to reveal his difficulties.

However...TYLER does have his strengths. He can hold a tune well, records some very nice vocal harmonies, like on "The Raging Season" and "Premonition" (I love that chord he hits on the line "...brings me to my knees!"), and on "Taunting the Notorious", which I otherwise find little to interest me on, he proves he has quite the lung capacity. He even does an interesting quasi-Arabesque take on the chorus once on "Absinthe and Rue" that I enjoy. It is not that the guy is a bad singer, by any means. I can tell that he tried very hard, and in a weird way, it's actually kind of endearing. The problem is that he's out of his element on many songs here ("Masquerade" especially comes to mind...he tries to sound threatening and flubs it), and as the band began recording The Damnation Game, all parties, TYLER included, realized it, and the phenomenal RUSSELL ALLEN (a friend of TYLER's, in fact!) would be put in his place. Personally, I hope that he's found a mellower gig that would be better suited to his voice. Heck, I think he could sub in for JONSI of SIGUR ROS, if he worked at it a bit...I candefinitely imagine him pulling off that eerie wailing on the second half of Track 8 on ( )...which is actually kinda metal...maybe he just needed to try a very different approach?

In terms of song composition, I can hear a bit of a DREAM THEATER resemblance, from which they would move away rapidly with later albums. Part of it is TYLER, who I think tries sometimes to mimic JAMES LaBRIE, and the other part has to do with some of ROMEO's riffage. Still, this band is not and never was a DT-clone, and they'd really drive that point home with later albums. The songs are already, even at this early point, very coherent in terms of structure in a way that even supergroup PINK FLOYD certainly can't claim on their first album, and nor can prog-metal contemporary OPETH. Pieces like "A Lesson Before Dying" especially prove what they will do later...you hear all sides of them on Symphony X: the whimsical ("Masquerade"), the heavy ("Taunting the Notorious"), the melodic ("Shades of Grey"), and the dark epic.

So what is the final verdict? Based on this, SYMPHONY X would most certainly win a contract, with expectations that they would use their advance to clean up the sound problems--pronto!

(Note: Some will be angry that I rated this album the same as The Odyssey. Personally, I like listening to this one better. While on technical ground The Odyssey has advanced a lot from here, my reasoning is, if you're just starting out, some goofs are inevitable because of lack of resources and/or experience. But if you've been in the business for awhile, you ought to know what you're doing, and if you mess up even in smaller amounts, you'd better expect a grilling for it.)

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Posted Sunday, March 20, 2005

Review by Bj-1
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3 stars A good but somewhat insecure debut album, which often was the case of those early 90's prog-metal debuts, and the band would get better by the time of their next album. The production is awful but the playing displays the bands talent well enough barring some uneven songwriting. Im glad they got rid of Rod Tyler on vocals after this one though as he really drags down the music in spots (could be the unbalanced production that does this to a degree though) and his voice doesn't complement the music as well as Russel Allen would do on later SymX albums. You can hear hints of what to come and tracks like the 12 minute closening epic really do stand out here. Personally I prefer Michael Romeo's solo debut (also released in 94) over this one but I urge any SymX fan to check them both out.

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Review by The Crow
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3 stars I'm surprised by this debut album by Symphony X, because it's better than I expected.

The Symphony X's personal style was starting to develope here. In songs like The Raging Season or Masquerade we can hear the dirt guitar style of Michael Romeo between the neoclasical sound of the elaborated choirs and keyboards, a trademark of this band. The Yngwie Malmsteen's influence it's obvious, like the power metal smell that this record gives, but I'm still thinking that Symphony X is one of the most influential bands of the 90's itself.

One thing I don't like of Symphony X, it's that if you compare this first record to their fifth, for example, you'll see that the sound has improved, like all the instruments and the voices (Russen Allen he's very much better singer than Rod Tyler, who sang in this album)... But the style it's very similar. They has not changed almost anything throughout the years, a fact that makes this band very predictable and repetitive... Nevertheless, I'm still thinking that this is a great band, and a must for Prog Metal lovers.

This album could be better, because it's repetitive and the production isn't good enough to show the great potential of the band, but the instruments sound good and all the musicians make a very good work (specially the awesome bassist Thomas Miller...) except Rod Tyler, a weak singer in my opinion. But it has great moments...

Best songs: Masquerade, Absinthe and Rue (with a tipical Romeo's riff...), the fast Taunting of Notoruous and the epic A Lesson Before Dying.

Conclusion: maybe not recommended for everyone who loves progressive, because this album it's too Power Metal oriented, but I'm sure that this record can be enjoyed by every Prog-Metal's fan.

My rating: ***

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Review by progrules
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3 stars This album has received just 3 starratings by prog reviewers so far. And guess what I am going to give. It's no coincidence, I'm sure of that. This album is no way good enough for 4 stars and is in the end too good for 2.

At the start of their career Symphony X was not yet with their great singer Russel Allen. Also bass player Michael LePond was not yet present. Singer Rod Tyler is not really competition for Russel Allen and that's already a big minus for this debut line-up. Another thing is the compositions. Most songs are just average with exception of Absynthe and Rue and the epical Lesson before dying. These are two great tracks showing that this band had potential already in 1994.

But other than that this is a mediocre debut by Symphony X. A good album but non-essential which explains all the 3 starratings so far. I add one more of those.

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Review by UMUR
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3 stars The self titled debut album from Symphony X is the last album from the band that I have listened to. I always postponed purchasing this album because I heard that it was badly produced and that there were another singer than Russel Allen. Those two things are true about this debut album from Symphony X, but on repeated listening I don´t think Rod Tyler is such a bad singer. In fact he has a very similar vocal style to that of Russel Allen. He is not as accomplished as Russel Allen, but on the other hand he might not have had the same oppertunities because of the bad production.

The music style is very similar to the one Symphony X play on The Damnation Game which means it´s pretty complex neo classical US power metal with progressive metal tendencies. Symphony X is first and foremost a metal band and then a progressive band. Mind that when you listen to their albums so you don´t expect this to sound like more conventional progressive metal. Compared to many progressive acts Symphony X have much more balls and they are harder edged. The guitar riffs are especially fierce and at times even brutal. The rest of the music is more conventional. There are some really beautiful Queen ( and almost Gentle Giant) influences choirs that are a big part of Symphony X vocal style. There are some really great powerful songs like The Raging Season and Masquerade on the album but also semi ballad songs which is something Symphony X have always been good at.

The musicianship is great and even on this premature debut album guitarist and main composer Michael Romeo sounds like he is on fire. He is obviously influenced by neo classical guitar hero Yngwie Malmsteen but he has a much more agressive and diverse style. Agressive eighties/ nineties metal/ thrash bands like Pantera and Metallica also seem to have had a big impact on him and of course german power metal legends Helloween has to be mentioned as an influence too. They are not the most obvious influence though, but somewhere every power metal band is influenced by them somehow.

The production is really thin and bad sounding. This destroys the music somewhat and it´s a real shame.

In a genre like the neo classical heavy metal genre Symphony X is definitely one of the best bands. Along with names like Stratovarius, Rhapsody ( Of Fire) and Sonata Arctica they were definitely one of the most exciting names in that genre in the late part of nineties and the first part of the new millinium. This album isn´t their best by a long shot, but it´s a start and if you´re a fan this one should be of interest to you. I´m in doubt if I should give this one 2 or 3 stars and the bad production speaks mostly for a 2 star rating but the music is very good so my rating will be 3 stars.

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Posted Friday, May 16, 2008

Review by Cesar Inca
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3 stars The now legendary first Symphony X album brings memories of times when most prog-metal fans around the world were getting acquainted with this band destined to become the major icon that it is nowadays for some years... and while they were getting acquainted, they were getting impressed by the sequence of albums that lead to the band's first masterpiece, The Divine Wings of Tragedy. "Symphony X" shows the band still on the working process for the installment of its proper voice in the realm of prog-metal. Tyler's timber and style do not fit here but it doesn't mean that he's not an efficient vocalist: he would fit better in a glam heavy rock band such as (Twisted Sister) or a hard core band, but not a prog-metal unit with heavy neoclassical overtones and a pompous gusto for dramatics in both lyrics and vocal arrangements. Regarding the instrumentalists, you can tell that Pinella was the last entry by the way in his keyboard inputs are drowned by Romeo's riffs: the use of layers, orchestrations and solos is far lesser than in subsequent albums. The sound production doesn't help etiher when it comes to translating the band's intended cohesion into the recording environment. Arrangements are unevenly unsuccessful all along the repertoire: you can tell that most of the genius at writing is already present in 'Absinthe and Rue', 'Shades of Grey' and the epic 'A Lesson Before Dying', but you can also imagine (being a prog expert melomaniac) that the linkage between motifs and the tempo variations don't always gel. The powerful sequence of the introductory instrumental and 'The Raging Season' doen's accomplish its full power because of that, precisely. 'Masquerade' and 'Premonition', on the other hand, are very successful. The former is a standard for future 4-minute songs with mini-epic pretensions that will abound in the band's following albums. The latter is a rare example of Symphony X's romantic side, sounding more related to Marillion than to Kansas or Yes (their most usual prog references) in its symphonic nuances: it is almost like a lost Fish-era marillion song with Satriani as additional guest guitarist. Weird as it may sound on paper, actually the global arrangement flows perfectly. 'Absinthe and Rue' is an awesome mini-epic that unfortunately fails to fulfill a 100 % of sonic cohesion. 'Shade of Gray' is a lovely ballad that could have been more moving than it actually is had the arrangements and sound production been more inspired. 'Taunting the Notorious' is wild, effective nd catchy, while the sequence of tracks 8-9 bears better arrangements and less impressive melodies than 'Absinthe and Rue' or 'The Raging Season'. The closing epic is magnificent to an important degree: the sung parts are mostly slow (the lyricial vibe is preserved even when Rullo turns his drumming fast), depicting the emotion and mentality around a person's inminent death, and it is in the sung parts that we find the best arrengements. The last section features magical classic guitar and eerie synth mingled with a typical thrash metal coda. The instrumental interlude is ambitious and each motif is very interesting, but the whole doen't totally work as such. In a few words, 'A Lesson Before Dying' is a very good closure with much potential to become great that wasn't ultimately accomplished. "Symphony X" is indispensable for the SX converted who aim to understand the origins of the music they love; for any prog collector with a prog-metal sensibility, it is only a very good item that may interest those who generally enjoy the band's catalogue.

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Posted Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Review by ZowieZiggy
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3 stars The debut album of this US band is much more than just a metal album.

''Symphony X'' does really sound symphonic at times. Mostly the interplay between lead and backing vocals are giving this mood. Of course, the typical ''wall of sound'' so many times heard in this genre is well present, but when it is mixed with less conventional (which here means melodic) elements this is quite enjoyable and it's a trade mark of this album (''Premonition'').

This debut is dominated by the powerful guitar riffs from Michael Romeo: he gives the cue; but the powerful backing rhythmic section is rather efficient as well. Some might say (accordingly) that these sounds have some similarities with another metal band, but I actually prefer the music from ''Symphony X'' than its illustrious predecessor. A strong song as ''Absinthe And Rue'' just confirms my feeling.

The emotional start for Shades Of Grey'' is another example of their versatility: even if vocals are not the strongest department on this album, they convey some peaceful feeling. Not that this aspect is on the forefront of the album, but it has sufficient impact to be noticed. This song is far from the cliché of the rock ballads that the genre has produced so many. I really like the great guitar solo.

There are some basic heavy metal tracks as well which I consider as fillers (''Rapture'' and ''Thorns''). Some sort of a hors d'oeuvre before the epic of this album and also the best song of this self-titled record: ''A Lesson Before Dying''.

''Symphony X'' is mixing again melody and metal music and to be honest, the combination works quite well. Metal freaks should also be pleased since the pace is quite sustained. It is a twelve minute showcase for musical maestria.

This album is quite an encouraging debut. It doesn't hold weak moments but might lack of some real gems. Therefore, three stars seem to be the appropriate rating.

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Posted Saturday, November 22, 2008

Review by JJLehto
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2 stars Symphony X's debut album, this self titled release displays their progressive, neo-classical, power metal sound and is fairly impressive musically but unfortunately not that good of an album.

First, the vocals are pretty bad. Russell Allen was not the vocalist on this album, and while it may be unfair to compare someone to Allen, (who is one of the best vocalists out there) Tyler is honestly just not very good. The vocals sound terribly forced often, and even when not they are flat out painful.

However, while the music is good, (sometimes great) it feels odd at times. While it is all there, it is not quite put together yet. The Symphony X sound still needs to be developed, not too surprising for a debut though. The only standout songs are "Absinthe and Rue" and "A Lesson Before Dying" which is a brilliant 12 minute prog metal epic.

The production is also not very good. While usually not an issue for me at all, here it detracts a bit from the album.

All that being said, this album has the pieces. The progressive thrashy power metal sound, Romeo's shred solos, and some real good songwriting. It is just inconsistent and undeveloped, and the vocals are pretty horrid. Only recommended for hardcore fans or those looking to complete the discog.

Two Stars

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Posted Friday, July 31, 2009

Review by EatThatPhonebook
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2 stars Symphony X's debut is really nothing too special, like most debuts of Progressive Metal bands. Even from this first effort the band expresses their theatrical and dramatic style in their songs, like many Power and Neo Classical Metal bands, as well as Neo Prog ( Fish-era Marillion, Pendragon). This element will always be part of 'ymphony X's characteristics, but some of these characteristics are still yet to develop, and will eventually when "The Divine Wings Of Tragedy" will be released.

As I said, this album isn't particularly good, even because of the band's singer at at the time, Rod Tyler, who isn't nearly as good as Russell Allen's powerful voice. In fact, the singer's vocals are flat, tired, and give no expressions whatsoever.

What makes this album good are the songs, some of them, great, some of them not bad. The solos aren't as spectacular as the ones from following albums, but still, some arrangements are enjoyable for me. The melodies are, like I said before, theatrical, and some times they can be effective, some times they just can't. The musicians already show an impressive technical preparation, but still they don't prove it completely.

An immature album, that is definitely the best way to describe this. Not very promising, but we all know that the band later on reached their maturity with the already mentioned "Divine Wins Of Tragedy", possibly the best and finest Neo Classical Metal album of all time. But when this debut was released, back in 1994, the band had still much more to prove.

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Posted Sunday, November 21, 2010

Review by Andy Webb
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2 stars A premonition

Symphony X is one of those bands that emerged in the 90s as a fusion of power metal and the quickly growing genre of progressive metal. At first, like many others, they stumbled, making more generic power metal than anything else. The compositions were pretty uninventive, with some quick neo-classical tricks and standard proggish tendencies to spice up the music with some cheesy symphonic effects and layers. Symphony X's debut album follows this formula pretty well, outlining what much of the band's discography will be like in the future. Michael Romeo shows his technical prowess throughout the album, ripping out shredding neo-classical solos meant to wow but are pretty mediocre overall. This particular album is really nothing special; it serves as a decent introduction to the Symphony X sound.

Into the Dementia is a one minute ambient intro with some effects and quiet guitar soloing behind the symphonic atmospheres. The song transitions into the true opener for the album, The Raging Seasons. The track opens with a nice riff and some symphonic layers to back it. This song is one of the better on the album, with some of the proggier and more creative riffs to compliment it. However, the guitar solos tend to detract from the song a bit. They consist of mostly tasteless shredding, with some awkward transitions to go along with them. Overall, the song opens for the album well, showing the listener the general Symphony X style without really showing you anything that special.

Premonition opens with a nice piano and symphonic piece, opening for a nice cheese filled prog/power metal riff session. The melodic qualities for the album are pretty poor, especially with the cheesy choir attempts backing Rod Tyler's voice. My favorite part of this track is the sweeping guitar/synth sounding layer behind the guitar chugging, but sadly it is rather quiet and not mixed well. Overall, the song is another pretty mediocre effort, continuing a theme for the album.

Masquerade is certainly my favorite track on the album and one of the better compositions of this period (the "power metal" period). Although it is very neo-classical centric, the riffing is some of the better seen on the album, and Tyler's vocal work is the best seen on the album. Although the stereotypical amateur mixing problems still remain to hinder the track, it does have some nice qualities and cool breakdowns. Overall, although it still isn't fantastic, it is decent.

Absinthe and Rue is one of the better and the worst tracks on the album. At some points, the riffing is great, with some great foreshadowing to Symphony X's future style. At other times, the melodic breakdowns and instrumental work is a little pathetic, with awkward transitions and other pretty bad qualities. Throughout the song it's really a swinging game, with really great verse and then a wall at the chorus with some pretty cheesy power metal riffing.

Shades of Grey is one of the more awkward songs I have ever heard. Although the future style of Symphony X can be heard at times with some really cool use of polyrhythm and adventurous chords, the vocal melodies are painful at times. The attempted jovial feeling of the track is a bit of a failure on the band's part, with Rod Tyler's vocal style not fitting the song at all. Overall the song has the seeds of the band's success, but also contains some of the band's worst moments.

Taunting the Notorious is mostly just a stereotypical neo-classical track, with some steady riffing and double-bass work. Nothing that special comes out of this track, with some pretty standard Yngwie Malmsteen-esque soloing, although the switches between the guitar and bass solos are quite nice.

Rapture or Pain is in the same vein as Absinthe and Rue. It has some really great parts, such as the cool intro, but also has some pretty awkward moments as well. The instrumentation in this song is some of the better on the album, with some cool polyrhythmic moments and atmospheric guitar riffing. However, just like much of the album, the vocal melodies seriously lack at sections. Overall, the song is again pretty mediocre; with some generic riffing and at parts great sections, and at others pretty bad parts.

Thorns of Sorrow is just like many of the other tracks: some interesting keyboard work with some neo-classical power metal riffs to go along with it. Overall it is again pretty mediocre; the majority of the song is just some pretty standard verse-chorus-verse structure and some uninteresting riffs and themes.

A Lesson Before Dying is the 12 minute epic of the album, and a culmination of all the stress of mediocrity that built up over the album. Opening with a mellow acoustic part and some pleasant melodies for a change, the song is the first dynamic to really show up on an album filled to the brim with fast-paced power metal riffs. The track takes a while to get started up, which is a relief, and shows the band's budding progressive metal taste as well. The track has some of the album's best compositional goodies, with some jazzy feels and great proggish atmospheres. Overall, the song is definitely one of the better songs on the album.

ALBUM OVERALL: The immaturity of Symphony X runs amuck on this album, but just like any child, the traits of maturity are sown all over the place. Although the majority of the album is just neo-classical riffing and over-accentuated and muddled soloing, it does have a few (a very small few) select redeeming qualities. From songs that show the band's developing styles to some interesting use of symphonic layers, the album is almost decent. However, the overbearing sense of power-metal and mediocre neo-classical influence, the album is seriously put down from where it could have been alright. Overall, it's not really very good, but is just a shy better than bad. 2+ stars.

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Posted Sunday, April 10, 2011

Review by J-Man
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3 stars Like a lot of debut albums, the first observation from Symphony X is often overshadowed by the rest of their discography, largely due to its mediocre production values and lack of dynamic frontman Russell Allen (who would join the fold with their next album, The Damnation Game). Both of these flaws, particularly the powerless production, prevent this self-titled 1994 release from reaching its full potential, but I wouldn't say that it's as non-essential as most others tend to believe. Especially considering its 1994 release date, Symphony X is quite an ambitious release - I can't think of any other albums that blended heavy-edged US power metal with neo-classical, symphonic, and progressive stylings before this one. It's a unique album when examined historically, and although Symphony X would tighten up the formula on future releases, this observation is still pretty enjoyable.

There are plenty of killer tracks like "The Raging Season", "Rapture or Pain", and especially the highly progressive "A Lesson Before Dying" here, so even though Symphony X is not as memorable as the band's future releases, it isn't anything to scoff at. It's an interesting debut that was unfortunately marred by a powerless production, but it still is a recommendable listen to fans of Symphony X.

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Posted Sunday, July 14, 2013

Review by Evolver
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3 stars This was not a bad start for Symphony X. In the mid-nineties, when this album was released, prog- metal was not really in style, and I commend them for getting it out there.

The album seem to do best when the band gets closest to classical riffs (appropriate to their name). Michael Romeo stands out, with his precise guitar technique, giving a clear impression of what Bach may have done had he lived in this age. Other pieces do not fore quite as well, with some prog wedged into all too familiar metal sounds.

Singer Rod Tyler, who left after this album, does a decent job. His voice often approaches Freddy Mercury's range, and the vocal overlay production adds to the Queen-like effect (which I enjoy).

All in all, while nowhere near the best of Symphony X, this has quite a bit going for it.

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2 stars This is the debut album them, and your worst work(along The Odissey). Russell Allen is not here yet, but this vocalist Rod Tyler is not that bad (but really is that Allen is Allen and no one will be equal to it). In addition, the band are key elements here: the influences of classical music and m ... (read more)

Report this review (#470382) | Posted by voliveira | Sunday, June 26, 2011 | Review Permanlink

4 stars As far as debut albums go, this is a great, ambitious release by Symphony X. Obviously we have all the usual setbacks with debut albums such as reasonably weak production and the singer being a little painful to listen to at times, but overall this is a great album, and definitely worthy of a four s ... (read more)

Report this review (#204020) | Posted by Valarius | Sunday, February 22, 2009 | Review Permanlink

3 stars The self-titled debut from Symphony X has rarely been truly praised not just on this site, but on the whole world wide web in general. I'd like to see it be judged for what it does well, not on its shortcomings. I'm assuming that if you are reading this review, you know plenty about Symphony X i ... (read more)

Report this review (#161715) | Posted by culexearth | Wednesday, February 13, 2008 | Review Permanlink

3 stars Right, now don't me wqrong. It's a good enough album if you want something happy to listen to. And I love al the songs - they are all musically sound and very well written, the album is well pieced, there are some good guitar solos and the drummer has great talent and is able to prove it at so ... (read more)

Report this review (#84267) | Posted by yface1 | Thursday, July 20, 2006 | Review Permanlink

3 stars This is the first Symphony X record. I must say this CD is not as prog as the followers, for example "The Divine Wings of Tragedy" or "The Odyssey". The power metal influence is very notable, if you hear the typical double bass drum pedal (generally used in choruses) combined with fast guitar ... (read more)

Report this review (#69522) | Posted by Martín | Wednesday, February 15, 2006 | Review Permanlink

3 stars In a certain way, you can compare Symphony X to a seed of a rose, that grew up to cherry-tree! You know that there would be a rose (something good), but you would have never had expected that there would have grown something so great and amazing. I think nobody expected such great albums as ... (read more)

Report this review (#65399) | Posted by W.Chuck | Wednesday, January 18, 2006 | Review Permanlink

5 stars For any progressive rock fan, this is the CD for you. Many people disregard this album because of the supposidly poor sound quality (?) and the absence of Russell Allan, but I think this is their best album, only rivaled by Twilight in Olympus. The opening song Into the Dementia is an instrum ... (read more)

Report this review (#63049) | Posted by queenfreak27 | Tuesday, January 03, 2006 | Review Permanlink

4 stars As you may already know, this is their last album with Rod Tyler. I think that the vocals are great on this CD actually (not saying that they're better than Allen's). This CD is probably not produced as well as any of their others but I think that the tone of the guitar is actually very good ... (read more)

Report this review (#62692) | Posted by | Sunday, January 01, 2006 | Review Permanlink

3 stars I picked up this album on the recommendation of a friend the other day and I very much enjoyed it. The compositions are excellent, with an obvious classical music influence and the instrumentalists are excellent technically. However the vocalist cannot quite reach the higher registers, but doe ... (read more)

Report this review (#55095) | Posted by walrus333 | Monday, November 07, 2005 | Review Permanlink

3 stars Symphony X are often compared with Dream Theater, and certainly on this album justified, but still different, I compare them myself more with Dio (Ronnie James Dio's band), certainly in the vocal harmonies, and the symphonic progression of the metal, with short riffs and melodic guitar/keyboar ... (read more)

Report this review (#40184) | Posted by tuxon | Sunday, July 24, 2005 | Review Permanlink

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