Concerto Moon - Fragments Of The Moon

7.2 | 11 votes |
Release date: 29 July 1997
Style: Power metal


19 have it

01. Alone In Paradise
02. Run To The Sky
03. Cry For Freedom
04. Holy Child
05. Hold On (To Feeling)
06. Midwinter Night
07. Over The Century
08. Take You To The Moon
09. The Last Betting [Live bonus]
10. One And Only [Live bonus]
11. Into The Fire [Live bonus]

Staff review by
Pierre Tombale
Obviously a good year to record a debut album as proven by Rhapsody. The thing about Concerto Moon's debut is: It brings you a very old fashioned 70's/80's oriented heavy metal sound. You can clearly hear influences of Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, some say Deep Purple and also Stratovarius as well as Yngwie Malmsteen.

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15.04.2015 - 00:24
Rating: 7
Rather clumsy debut, but not without its bright spots. Right level of excess.
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