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3.71 | 64 ratings | 3 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1997

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Disrespectfully Yours (3:49)
2. What If? (5:20)
3. Trainsong (4:37)
4. Rise And Shine (5:26)
5. Scratches In The Rind (5:57)
6. Different Pace (5:31)
7. What's Up God? (6:09)
8. Love Is As Warm As Tears (7:16)

Total time 44:05

Line-up / Musicians

- Greg Keller / vocals
- Wolfgang Zenk / guitar
- Börk Keller / keyboards, backing vocals
- Oliver Holzwarth / bass
- Alexander Holzwarth / drums

- Oliver Hahn / keyboards (8)

Releases information

Artwork: Micha Pfaff & Thomas "Speedy" Schier

CD Semaphore ‎- 37746-422 (1997, Germany)
CD QuiXote Music - QXT CD58 (2007, Germany) Remastered by Mike Möller

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SIEGES EVEN Uneven ratings distribution

(64 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(42%)
Good, but non-essential (28%)
Collectors/fans only (16%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

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Review by hdfisch
4 stars 4,5 stars really!

Being aware that it might sound biased since SIEGES EVEN is coming from my home town I've to call them though one of the best German bands and every lover of Progmetal who listen to them will agree to this. This one is certainly their most hard-edged one (not considering their very first Thrash-Metal album) and almost on par with its predecessor maybe altogether a bit less accessible. Apart from the addition of brother of singer Greg Keller as keyboardist the line-up on here stayed the same as on "Sophisticated" which is a rare case in their band history. Guitar player Wolfgang Zenk and rhythm section consisting of Holzwarth brothers are doing a great job once again and with Greg Keller they found the best vocalist they've had ever before anyway. There's lots of excellent melodic but highly intricate prog metal on here and I dare saying it's supposed to be considered higher in quality than ANY album by DREAM THEATER and at least as good as the best ones by FATES WARNING. Everytime I'm listening to these guys I'm again blown away by the enormous virtuosity they show on their instruments without losing themselves in endless narcistic solo excesses at any time.

Highlights: "What if?", "Trainsong", "Love is as warm as tears"

Everyone liking the mentioned bands shouldn't miss this one! Absolutely a Must-Have in Progmetal genre!!

Latest members reviews

4 stars Ladies and Gentlemen, remarkable effort from one of the most underrated and forgotten (I always have thought it) progressive rock/metal bands ever, a lifetime together that over almost one year ago (sadly). A band that never saw the total glory of their musical harvest, a really shame for th ... (read more)

Report this review (#222794) | Posted by Epsilon | Tuesday, June 23, 2009 | Review Permanlink

4 stars There are songs on this album that simply belong to the best in fast played prog metal. The songwriting is much refined when compared to the predecessor. The blending of speed and grace is truly amazing. Only TRAINS feels like misfit from Sophisticated. I simply can't get enough of what Alex Hol ... (read more)

Report this review (#163241) | Posted by strayfromatlantis | Wednesday, March 5, 2008 | Review Permanlink

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