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Blaze Bayley The Man Who Would Not Die
Well, music style of Blaze Bayley shifts a bit again. While Blood and Belief sounded heavier than the first two BLAZE albums, it still sounds soft compared to The Man Who Would Not Die. Needs several listens to sink, but at the end, the listener is amazed by the great work Blaze and his colleagues put out. It is hard to recommend some tracks because the album lacks fillers if I may say so. probably While You Were Gone is a stand out track.
Genesis A Trick of the Tail
Blaze Bayley As Live As It Gets
Blaze Bayley Best Of
Well, this album contains no new or rare material hence it is not needed for those who have all the previous studio and live releases. Well - Living Someone Else's Life could be an exception as it has been released olny as a bonus track on the second CD of the limited release of the Tenth Dimension. The selection is quite good - some songs could be probably replaced by others, but good anyway.
Nightwish Angels Fall First
This is funny, reading reviews, this seems to be a bit weak album, which should be avoided by people new to Nightwish, but when I started to listen to Nightwish - first three albums - Angels Fall First easily won, sounding fresh, new, original. Others sounded like attepts to surpass this album. First part of Lappi - great, Angels Fall First - great, Elvenpath - great, etc. etc., intro to Tutankhamen! Blast it! Amazing! Maybe other parts of Lappi are not that good and something here and there, but in overall, really interesting album worth buying.
Dream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
Well, my first Dream Theater album and after listening to it I am afraid of buying another DT album. This one is really excellent, I like concept albums and this kind of music, but everybody says that this is their best and this scares me a bit. I cannot deny that the band is very technically skilled and they are showing it, sometimes walking at the edge of boredom, but I have not much problems with it as long as the music remains melodic and nice to listen. I like Pink Floyd and Mike Oldfield and this album is quite of the same style and I listen to it again and again since buying (some two weeks ago). I like almost every track on this album
Blaze Bayley Blood & Belief
At the first listen, I was not very satisfied with this album. The sound is different than on my favourite Tenth Dimension. The lyrics sound a bit repetitive and weaker, the music sounds simpler. But after some listens, I am happy to say that this album is really good. Blaze sounds angrier and heavier, reflecting singer's mood and thoughts of that time. Top songs: Ten Seconds, Blood and Belief, Life and Death, Regret. The most weird song is probably Hollow Head, but I like it mostly for its ironic sound.

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