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2.90 | 14 ratings | 2 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Firestorm (5:16)
2. Mind Games (5:42)
3. The Chase (2:04)
4. The Savior And The Disease (4:26)
5. Despair (3:52)
6. Crawl Before You Walk (7:55)
7. Viper II (4:56)
8. Faith (3:03)
9. Endless Journey (5:32)
10. Eulogy (5:14)

Total time 48:00

Bonus tracks on 1998 reissue:
11. Eternity (4:56)
12. Switchblade (3:40)

Line-up / Musicians

- Keith Sudano / vocals, 12-string guitar, keyboards
- Jeff Shernov / guitar
- Robert Maziekien 'Zeek' / bass, backing vocals
- Jimmy Peruta / drums

Note: The actual instrumentation could not be fully confirmed at this moment

Releases information

Initially released still under the name "Eternity"

CD self-released (1995, US)
CD Angular Records ‎- SKAN 8215.AR (1998, Germany) Remastered by David Torrey with 2 bonus tracks and new cover art

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ETERNITY X Mind Games ratings distribution

(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(36%)
Good, but non-essential (21%)
Collectors/fans only (29%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by b_olariu
3 stars Eternity X is a forgotten progressive metal band from USA. Even they were formed in 1985 they manage to come with a first release only almost 8 years after in 1993. Never gained much popularity among listners, maybe because their first two albums are rather morre towards melodic power metal with some progressive metal influences, they penetrate the european market only with thier third album and last one The edge, since that one they were unknow to larger public. Now, the second album released in 1995 named Mind games, is a good power metal album, the more melodic side of it with some minor progressive metal elements here and there. No bad at all but nothing realy great either. Some moments are good like on title track or on Crawl Before You Walk, good musicianship. The album is not very technical or divers that way maybe is so low rated, anyway don;t expect to be a mellow or bland record, not at all, but the band is not another DT copy. The pieces are well constructed but suffers a little bit in great ideas. Anyway 3 star for this one, the next one is for sure better and more divers and great. Still apleasent record to listen from time to time.

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2 stars Eternity X are back for round two, with 'Mind Games', the follow-up to their debut release, 'Zodiac'. It's a bit of an odd one really, because while certainly a step up from its mediocre and boring predecessor, which took itself way too seriously, 'Mind Games' itself, is also mediocre, boring, a ... (read more)

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