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2.05 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mother (8:11)
2. Slave of Loneliness (5:11)
3. Just a Sacrifice (4:45)
4. Chemical Faith (5:34)
5. This Tragic Show (4:13)
6. Sogni (3:44)
7. Zoologischer Garten (Hell's Gate) (5:48)
8. Narkonon (5:44)
9. Whispers (Berlin 1976) (8:52)

Total Time 52:02

Line-up / Musicians

- Federico Criscimanni / Bass
- Gabriele Palmieri / Drums, Vocals
- Giuseppe Marinelli / Guitars
- Mauro Neri / Keyboards
- Giorgio Massimi / Vocals

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NEVERDREAM Chemical Faith ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
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Review by Windhawk
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2 stars Interesting debut by this Italian outfit. The story of Christiane F. is a dark subject matter, and Neverdream's brand of progressive metal suits it rather well; as they create songs highlighting dark and grim moods in general. And the compositions are of fairly decent quality too.

However, the sound quality is just too bad for this to really get intriguing. Muddy, fuzzy and indistinct; this is more of a demo of yesteryear than a self-released album as such in that department.

Those who don't mind third rate sound and mix might find this one worthwhile to explore though; as the band have many nice and intriguing moments in their creations.

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