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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Be Yourself Again
2. Guilty Witnesses
3. A Matter of Pride


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Line-up / Musicians

- Patrick Muermans / lead vocals
- Eric Vanderbemden / guitars
- Sébastien Mentior / bass
- Walter Prevoo / keyboards
- Geoffrey Leontiev / drums

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Review by ZowieZiggy
2 stars This "unplugged" EP features three songs from Ken's Novel's first album "The Guide".

I have never been really enthusiast about acoustic sets, really. This short one won't be an exception. Actually this one is available for free download from their web-site : Do use this link because the one referenced on PA won't lead you to the correct place.

Actually, two of the three tracks are available : "Guilty Witnesses" and "A Matter Of Pride".

The work of the lead vocalist is particularly good and this version sounds delicate and more passionate than the original.

"A Matter Of Pride" is recorded live. Lots of tambourine (reminds at time "Freedom" from Ritchie Havens at Woodstock). This version has nothing to do with the studio album (which was better). It is the occasion to find out that their lead singer is pretty much at ease on stage.

This EP is anecdotal and almost only available partially on their site (which is how I discovered it). Two stars.

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