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3.05 | 4 ratings

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3 stars Sanvoisen is one of the forgotten, totally unnoticed bands fromn early '90 from Germany, with 2 albums on the market released in 1994 and respectivly this one second offer from 1997 Soul seasons. Then they disbanded few year later and gone into oblivion. First, even they had some worthy concerts across the years opening for greats such as Saxon or Uriah Heep, they remaining unkown in progressive/ power metal zone . Second, the sound is typical teutonic in aproach like many german bands from that era, combining very eficient in places prog metal with power metal elements. I think the second offer is the best from the two, but both have same level. Nothing spectacular here, but good album. Similar with bands such as Queensryche, norwegians from Conception , canadians from In the Nmae and so on. A worthy one that desearves from me 3 stars, all pieces are ok, nothing more, nothing less
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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