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Poll Question: Which one is better?
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    Posted: November 30 2009 at 07:04
Angra, so far, has released 6 albums and fronted by two vocalists, Andre Matos (former) and Edu Falaschi. Well, which era is better?
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Holy Land has no matches... Matos is a great composer... It's very wierd that in PA they are not that popular... don't know why... it's a great band...
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Matos converted me into Angra fan, then Falaschi drove me away.
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Meh. I keep changing my mind.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote martinprog77 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 17 2009 at 04:21
Originally posted by terryl

Matos converted me into Angra fan, then Falaschi drove me away.
same here
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there is no other Angra era than the Matos era.
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I liked Viper's "Theatre of Fate" but was not a fan of "Angel's Cry" despite mixed feelings.  I recently bought "Holy Land" for some strange reason and loved it.  Same with "Fireworks".  Working my way up river I listened to the songs on "Rebirth" and love the music but I don't know about the vocals.  Matos went on to Shaman and then Andre Matos and I may buy the Andre Matos solo cds instead of any more Angra.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote av Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 25 2010 at 02:09
I have only two albums from Angra: Rebirth and Temple of Shadows. Rebirth has great songs but indeed the vocal parts ain't the best possible. I have to say though that do not judge Falaschi by Rebirth, for some reason Edu seems to be singing only half of his power, on Temple of Shadows (5/5) there is some amazing and powerful vocal interpration involved!
 
 
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Yo Falaschi, I'm really happy for you, and imma let you finish, but Holy Land was one of the best metal albums of all time, OF ALL TIME.

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Holy land is obviously their greatest achievement. a near masterpiece.
 
definetly prefer Matos, great voice and a good composer. Falaschi is quite alright, but I miss something in his era, probably something about the classical influence from Matos.
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