Angel Dust - Border Of Reality


Year of Release: 1998
Label: Century Media
Catalog Number: 77220-2
Format: CD
Total Time: 58:48:00

[This is a mini-review posted by Larry to the Perpetual Motion board -ed.]

If you're basking in Bleed, possibly one of my favorite power metal discs of the 90's, and you're wondering if their previous work, Border of Reality is better, I say no although some will disagree. It's not as polished as Bleed, not as melodic, and there are some throwaway songs on this one, whereas on Bleed, not a single song gets fast forwarded. it is definitely worth owning though and wil provide many listens of great melodic power metal done right. This disc has a few more speed demons on it, as well as a great cover of Rainbow's "Spotlight Kid" which I found to be interesting for a band like this to cover....... it's a definite buy for melodic power metal lovers.


Tracklisting:
Border Of Reality (4:52) / No More Faith (4:12) / Nightmare (4:43) / Centuries (5:19) / When I Die (9:45) / Where The Wind Blows (7:36) / Spotlight Kid (4:22) / Behind The Mirror (8:17) / Coming Home (5:58) / US Edition Bonus Track: Easy Livin' (3:44)

Musicians:
Dirk Thurisch - vocals
Bernd Aufermann - guitars
Steven Banx - guitars
Frank Banx - bass
Dirk Assmuth - drums

Discography:
Into The Dark Past (1986)
To Dust You Will Decay (1988)
Border Of Reality (1998)
Bleed (1999)
Enlighten The Darkness (2000)
On Human Bondage (2002)

Genre: Progressive-Power Metal

Origin DE

Added: October 4th 1999
Reviewer: Larry "LarryD" Daglieri

Artist website: www.angel-dust.de
Hits: 630
Language: english

  

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