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3.94 | 6 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

Pagan Chronicles:
1. The Hideaway (Part I) (1:53)
2. Lady Of The Forest (Part II) (5:00)
3. All The Sinners (Part III) (4:02)
4. Wind Oh Wind (Part IV)(6:09)
5. The Message (Part V)(4:44)
6. March For Freedom (Part VI) (4:25)
7. Three wishes (8:47)
8. Fairytales (5:11)
9. My Soul (6:42)
10. Magic fountain (4:28)

Total Time: 51:31

Japanese Edition Bonus Track:
11. Jeux D'enfants (4:34)

Line-up / Musicians

- Sonia Pineault / vocals
- Martin Desharnais / guitar
- Pat Vir / bass
- Frédérick Desroches / keyboards
- Cédrick Prévost / drums

Releases information

Label: Union Metal International

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Review by b_olariu
4 stars Their second release from 2004 named All the sinners. Well this is much better and variated in every way over the first. The progressive elements are more in front, and the power metal is melted very well with progressive metal in this case. Again a top musicianship, very good and strong are the guitar riffs and solos made by the main man of the band Martin Desharnais, and the voice of Sonia is again heavenly. The best pieces are all, not a step back from the previous album, all are winners, and shows that the band is now more mature more confident in their posibilities of making what they know best - progressive power metal. They also gained a good reputation in concerts, playing on stage with some well known bands like:Gamma Ray, Stratovarius or Edguy over the years, so another good thing on their career. Now, we hope that this is not the final release of this , not necesarly over the top band, but for sure very pleasent and very promissing in prog metal field. On their offcial site is said that they are preparing a new release somewhere in spring next year, looking forward for this release for sure. Now, as I said on previous album, because they are an independent band and don't have a major label under they wings the albums are available to buy only from their offcial site, so don't hesitate to buy them, I bought them and I was not diseppointed at all, specialy thir second one All the sinners is a real treat for all prog listners and desearve from me 4 stars for sure. Still very underated band and for sure needs more then that.

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4 stars When a band releases a second album, the expectations are usually high. No doubt about that. For an independent band, I think the pressure is twice as great as to whether they bring out a good product and survive, or whether they flicker and die. "All the sinners" by Forgotten Tales passed the ... (read more)

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