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MIRROR TO ETERNITY

Shamall

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2.15 | 40 ratings | 1 reviews | 2% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1993

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mirror to Eternity (8:15)
2. Mission Hussein (9:30)
3. Ride Fast (4:50)
4. Aurora (Full Version) (5:50)
5. Follow Your Dreams (7:25)
6. Rotation :
- I. Summer Dreams (2:23)
- II. Rotation (8:40)
7. The Visitor (7:35)
8. Spring (4:05)
9. Still Got the Blues (6:13)
10. Aurora (Dance Mix) (7:15)

Total Time 72:01

Line-up / Musicians

- Norbert Krüler / composer, arranger & performer

With:
- Martin Krüler / guitar & drum (3)
- Frank Schmeelke / guitar (9)
- Lutz Breden / piano (8)
- Chris Lang / drum sounds
- Mike Bach / drums (2)

Releases information

CD FMS ‎- FMS 2047 (1993, Germany)
CD 2L Productions ‎- 2L-2004 (2000, Germany)

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SHAMALL Mirror To Eternity ratings distribution


2.15
(40 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(2%)
2%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(10%)
10%
Good, but non-essential (52%)
52%
Collectors/fans only (25%)
25%
Poor. Only for completionists (10%)
10%

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Review by apps79
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1 stars Alongside the 93' collection ''Collector's Items'', Norbert Krueler aka Shamall released another full-length album entitled ''Mirror to Eternity''.He was helped on a few tracks by Martil Kruler and Frank Schmeelke on guitar solos, Lutz Breden on piano and Mike Bach on drums.The new album was once again a product of Fenn Music.

''Mirror to eternity'' is another journey by Shamall through the worlds of Synth Pop, Electronic Music, Ambient and New Age and his style reminds a bit of GANDALF's though this is far more groovy and powerful.But he returns to fall into the same traps as on his previous releases.The steady groove parts are interesting but way too stretched, the synths sound very digital, the programmed drums are out of this world (in a negative sense) and his ideas seem too extended.A few Electronic/Symphonic orchestral passages, a few grandiose beats and the limited moments with the additional rock instrumentation are the only things one could consider interesting.And these last moments should have been under serious consideration by Mr. Krueler, as they add some colors to his music.Otherwise this is very repetitive, boring and unimaginative stuff.

Another fail in Shamall's discography.It can't be even regarded as a good Synth/Electro-Pop release of the 80's or the 90's, containing just very few moments of true interest even for this type of music.Avoid it.

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