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Release date: 10 November 2010
Style: Neoclassical power metal

Rating:

7.2 | 44 votes

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59 have it
9 want it


01. Overture
02. Critical Mass
03. Shot Across The Bow
04. Look At You Now
05. Relentless
06. Enemy Within
07. Knight Of The Vasa Order
08. Caged Animal
09. Into Valhalla
10. Tide Of Desire
11. Adagio B Flat Minor Variation
12. Axe To Grind
13. Blinded
14. Cross To Bear

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andreosokin - 12.11.2010 at 10:49  
  I'm sure this is gonna be another variation on his older works
Mehdi Taba - 28.11.2010 at 11:51  
Rating: 7 The main problem of this stuff is non-professional production .
andreosokin - 30.11.2010 at 21:56  
  Yngwie doesn't see any problem

and you?? gave it an 8 after such a nasty comment?) I haven't heard it yet but I'm sure it sucks more than the previous one
renai - 04.12.2010 at 00:16  
Rating: 7 Have more instrumental songs. compare to the last three albums, this one is improvement! the first two songs is quite ok.
whitepawel - 07.12.2010 at 05:53  
Rating: 4 It's barely listenable
How did he ever managed to record such a good stuff like Marching Out, Trilogy or Odyssey?
The Shape 1973 - 13.12.2010 at 20:45  
Rating: 7 Guitar playing as good as ever, but where are the songs?

Critical Mass brilliant, but far too many instrumentals.
Angelic Storm - 28.12.2010 at 18:53  
 
Written by The Shape 1973 on 13.12.2010 at 20:45

Guitar playing as good as ever, but where are the songs?

Critical Mass brilliant, but far too many instrumentals.


Agreed! The songs with Ripper Owens singing are the highlights of the album. Yngwie should make a whole album with maybe only 1 or 2 at the most instrumentals, and the rest of the songs with Ripper singing.
The Shape 1973 - 28.12.2010 at 20:09  
Rating: 7
Written by Angelic Storm on 28.12.2010 at 18:53

Written by The Shape 1973 on 13.12.2010 at 20:45

Guitar playing as good as ever, but where are the songs?

Critical Mass brilliant, but far too many instrumentals.


Agreed! The songs with Ripper Owens singing are the highlights of the album. Yngwie should make a whole album with maybe only 1 or 2 at the most instrumentals, and the rest of the songs with Ripper singing.

Seems like he is trying to relive the Rising Force album as that is the critics fav, with mainly instrumentals. Not mine though, I liked the Mike Vescera era best.

Still, only the Japanese respect his playing now, so he is aiming his output at that market.
ThunderAxe1989 - 03.05.2012 at 20:56  
Rating: 8 I think this is his best release in a while!
and the bonus track, "Arpeggios From Hell", I'm glad he finally put that on a CD

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