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OSI - Fire Make Thunder

OSI
Fire Make Thunder
by YngwieViking at 09 April 2012, 5:24 PM

I never found the right angle to catch this album, I think it's not about the quality of the album itself, I think I’m not in the right mood to take the best out of it… So please take my words with precaution and prudence…Thanks.

Jim Matheos (FATES WARNING / JOHN ARCH) disappoints me quite regularly recently (“Sympathetic Resonance” or  “FWX” were ok despite all…), but I know that is a talented guy: I’ll never forget the early FATES WARNING  albums… Still for me among the highlights of the 80's: Some sort of a sacred platters in my book! I also understand that he wants to evolve and I also perceive him as a tortured soul like Kevin Moore (CHROMA KEY / ex-DREAM THEATER) always was… So, I imagined that's why they recorded this Prosaic / Atmospheric / Introspective and Boring Art Prog Rock album… Recommended to all introverted, contemplative and depressive Progsters… Not for me!

I’m waiting for some comments… Please, be my guest!

2 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. Cold Call
2. Guards
3. Indian Curse
4. Enemy Prayer
5. Wind Won't Howl
6. Big Chief II
7. For Nothing
8. Invisible Men
Lineup:
Kevin Moore – Keyboard / Lead Vocals
Jim Matheos - Lead Guitar / Bass / Keyboard
Gavin Harrison - Drums
Record Label: Metal Blade Records
     


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