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Studio Album, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Time Out (7:00)
2. Spiritual Animal (8:39)
3. Nosferatu - Minuet (8:27)
4. Nosferatu - Allemande (4:34)
5. Nosferatu - Verismo (7:32)
6. Fear (6:34)
7. Wounded (5:20)
8. Dispossessed (6:48)
9. Curtain Call (5:32)
10. Versatile Residue (12:10)

Total Time: 72:36

Line-up / Musicians

- John Turner / 7 & 8 string fretted & fretless bass guitar, classical guitar, synthesizers & pedal synthesizers, backing & stunt vocals
- Jim Dunn / electronic & acoustic percussion
- Hal Chiasson / 6 & 12 string electric & acoustic guitars, guitar synthesizer, synthesizers, keyboards, lead & backing vocals
- Brian King / 6 & 12 string electric & acoustic guitars, guitar synthesizer, 8 string steel guitar, lead & backing vocals

Releases information

Lord Only's debut album, Fear And Trembling, was released in August 2003. Mixed by veteran producer/engineer Neil Kernon (Kansas, Queensryche, Hall & Oates) and Chris Griffin (Drivin N Cryin, The Marvelous Three), its powerful sound is beginning to ripple across America and over the Atlantic, eliciting comparisons to everyone from Ozzy Osbourne to Duran Duran to The Cure. It seems there is something different for each listener in this complex sonic brew. A strong, cohesive vision can be heard throughout, with sparkling production and standout performances from each player. Call it thinking man's rock for the 21st century

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4 stars The best way to describe this band's sound is Yes-like vocal harmonies over a complex, metal- inspired storm of twin guitars, guitar synth, and extended-range (seven and eight strings!) bass guitar. They have a fairly consistent sonic formula: the bass plays steady, melodic counterpoint under c ... (read more)

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