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4.04 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Love You Back (3:51)
2. Mrs. Hero (3:00)
3. Made to Meet My Eyes (4:41)
4. Superstar (I Want Out) (4:36)
5. Empty Chairs (4:19)
6. Hands (4:02)
7. Left Out in the Cold (3:36)
8. Out of Here (3:09)
9. Libido Ride (2:50)
10. Facts on the Ground (10:05)

Total time 44:09

Line-up / Musicians

- Johannes Stöle / vocals, keyboards, organ, programming
- Torfinn Sirnes / guitars, keyboards, programming
- John Lind / bass, guitars
- Vidar Ingvaldsen / drums, programming, keyboards, vocals
- Sten Arild Grönaas / guitars

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Norwegian quartet SLAVES TO FASHION was formed around 2008 as a direct continuation of the band Pedestrians of Blue, which at that point had toiled away for close to a decade with ample critical but not much commercial success. With a new name, this foursome crafted themselves a fresh start and the first chapter of it was released in February of 2011 as the CD "Artistic Differences", courtesy of the independent German label Hands of Blue Records.

Well-made, accessible and melodic music meeting at the crossroads between mainstream-oriented hard rock and progressive metal is what the Norwegian quartet Slaves To Fashion has to offer on its debut album "Artistic Differences". A well-made and honest production, following up nicely the sound and style these guys explored in their previous band Pedestrians of Blue and as such highly recommended to those who enjoyed the music the band made using that moniker.

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