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3.00 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Voice (6:15)
2. The Surface (5:09)
3. Silver Rain (4:26)
4. Break Free (5:39)
5. My New World (4:35)
6. The Chosen One (4:28)
7. Can't Remember (6:41)
8. Shadows Of Faces (5:26)
9. Old Warriors (4:51)
10. The Darkness Is Over (4:21)

Total Time 51:59

Line-up / Musicians

- Achim Reichert / vocals
- Andre Rasfeld / guitars
- Thomas Senff / bass
- Jörg Nazarow / drums
- Andreas Beckmann / keyboards

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Pavement Records 2001
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GB ARTS The Lake ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Review by b_olariu
3 stars The lake were the second album rleased by the band from 2000 and aswell their swansong, they disbanding in 2002 and gone into oblivion. Well, this another worthy album, is little more proggresive then their first one, the power metal elements are sporadicaly integrated in the music, the result being a little more intresting and elaborated as on Return to forever.. Very nice vocal parts, a very good singer this Achim Reichert , has a powerful and yet melodic voice and is more then ok into this type of music.Some very fine moments here like on Silver Rain, The surface, in fact all pieces are ok, no boring moments for me here. Very strong tempo changes, good musicinaship, nice choruses,all in all a solid album for me. Again 3.5 stars, great unnoticed band.

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