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Release date: 2003
Style: Heavy metal, Power metal


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01. Lucero
02. Cien Veces
03. Niño
04. Jamás
05. Alborada
06. El Viejo Torreón
07. Del Cielo A La Tierra [feat. Andre Matos]
08. Los Poetas Han Muerto
09. Madre Tierra
10. Ecos De vida

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2003 was crucial for Alberto Rionda: Avalanch, the band he plays and composes for (and is also the producer), experienced many changes, and this was the first album introducing Ramón Lage as the voice of the band, instead of Víctor García, and Marco Álvarez instead of Alberto Ardines (both founded the band WarCry). Those changes occured after the acclaim album El Angél Caído (The Fallen Angel) was released in 2001, awaiting a follower to confirm Avalanch as one of the most influential Spanish band ever.

published 28.07.2005 | Comments (0)

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mikeprado30 - 10.08.2014 at 03:11  
Rating: 10 That's the best album from this band (along with Malefic Time Apocalypse). Every song is great. Even when Mon Lage's voice in this one is not as great as Víctor's vocals in his albums recorded with Avalanch, his work is nice.

Sadly because Mon's performance so many people despises unfairly this album and don't give any chance to grow on them.

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