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3.67 | 72 ratings | 2 reviews | 21% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Back To Myself - Part II (0:58)
2. It Could Have Happens To You (3:10)
3. I Am (5:46)
4. Visit In Hell (5:04)
5. Waltz Vocanda (5:30)
6. For The Price Of Her Sad Days (6:42)
7. Lady Cash Cash (4:26)
8. I Would Like To Say Something (4:19)
9. The Purgatory Stop (3:37)
10. The Circles Of Life (7:04)
11. Back To Myself - Part I (6:44)

Total time 53:20

Line-up / Musicians

- Łukasz "Gall" Gałęziowski / vocals
- Piotr Płonka / guitars, co-producer
- Ryszard Kramarski / keyboards
- Piotr Mazurkiewicz / bass
- Tomasz Paśko / drums, co-producer

- Edyta Struszewska / backing vocals
- Magda Miton / backing vocals
- Bogdan Kolodziej / guitar solo (10)
- Arkadiusz Kalinski / alto sax

Releases information

First part of Three Brothers Trilogy (To be followed by Interdead & Numbers)

Artwork: Magda and Maciej Stachowiak

CD Lynx Music ‎- LM05CD (2000, Poland)

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MILLENIUM Vocanda ratings distribution

(72 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(21%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(51%)
Good, but non-essential (20%)
Collectors/fans only (7%)
Poor. Only for completionists (1%)

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Review by Warthur
3 stars This is the first album I've heard by Millenium, who have carved out a place for themselves in the front rank of the Polish neo-prog scene. Like their predecessors on that scene such as Collage, the influence of Marillion (and, to a lesser extent, Pendragon) is a big factor in the music, and like many bands they also draw a lot on late-period Pink Floyd motifs to add a slightly different spin to proceedings.

The concept of the album - a cynical lawyer gets in a car crash and enters a coma, during which he has visions of himself on trial to assess whether he's wasted his life - is interesting enough, and the musical backing is decently executed, so on the whole this seems to be a very good place to start exploring this band's music. At the same time, I find it rather wearing at times - for example, the refrain on The Price of Her Sad Days is overused and gets incredibly irritating over the course of the song, and that's hardly the only piece which gets repetitive and outstays its welcome.

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4 stars The best of trilogy telling different adventures of Sunders brothers (the other two being "Interdead" telling story of Adrian and "Numbers" telling story of Johnny). The concept album is the story of Daniel, young and hollow lawyer, who has a car accident, goes to the hospital and while uncousci ... (read more)

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