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3.44 | 25 ratings

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4 stars I wanted to review this as its got 2 songs on it what arnt on anything else,first of the first 2 songs are of human equation which are day eleven love which is a song i always find myself enjoying and day two isolation has got to be my favourite ayreon song i absolutely love the guitar solo and after the guitar solo the keyboard part which is by joost van den broek really goes well after the guitar solo which is excellent and addictive,anyway the next song [3]no quarter [led zeppelin] is a very good cover with devon graves,magnus ekwall,eric clayton,james labrie and vocals[not singing all at same time but singing there bit]starts with acoustic guitar and is recognisable straight away this is a very good cover it has feeling every singer does his bit just perfect this sounds good on a reverb which ive got makes it echo very nice,next is a cover by david bowie called space oddity with eric clayton on vocals i have another version of the same music of this with arjen on vocals which i like better but this is an good version to,the kayboards are just atmospheric here and the drumming is slow and in the background you can just hear arjens voice and then a heavy guitar bit comes in just for a few seconds and then a really nice acoustic sounding guitar comes in the other version i got is on the star one space metal album with bonus tracks and is a brilliant album to and this is a good single to or ep whatever you want to call it,i give it 4 stars
davidsporle | 4/5 |


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