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Eternity

2 May 2014 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 25 April 2014
  • Label: AOR Heaven
  • Copyright: 2014 copyright control / Diosa Music - BMI / Solid House Music ASCAP
  • Total Length: 53:44
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  • ASIN: B00K0EJTM6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,869 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Big Jim TOP 50 REVIEWER on 12 May 2014
Format: Audio CD
God I hate labels and genres but for once this album provides a textbook example of what is termed AOR or melodic rock. Plenty of upfront keyboard and synth, chunky rhythms, guitars that range from power chords to super twiddly solos, a singer who can really sing and best of all proper songs. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this album which on first listen I would have likened to Asia but subsequently would have to say errs more towards Journey and Foreigner. So there is nothing "new" here but what there is, is very well done. I have to admit to not being a fan of the power ballads "I believe" and "In truth" - no cliche left unturned - but the more up tempo tracks such as " Unbroken" and "Wildheart" redress the balance, although the lyrics remain just a tad cheesy. But I like this sort of stuff, cheese and all, and have been listening to this album for a couple of weeks now on a streaming service so don't know why it is only just released on Amazon. If you like AOR there is a lot to like here.
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At last! All members of the original line-up are back!

With their 1988 self-titled debut being hailed as an AOR gem.
Featuring the superb songs Tears Don’t Put Out The Fire, Brave New Love, Go Easy and the hit ballad Only One Woman. Which reached Number 1 on the Swedish Charts and remained there for over 6 weeks.

Later that year saw the departure of vocalist Jim Jidhed and throughout the 1990s the remaining members released a couple of albums with a different vocalist.

Their 2014 release Eternity sees the band on top form all vocals blazing, Jim certainly has maintained his range and power encapsulating the AOR melodies and style from their debut combined with high-tech touches and a top-notch production.

Eternity possibly even outshines their debut.

Overall, a polished high-tech classy album with an outstanding production.
This is modern European AOR of the highest caliber.
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Since their formation in 1986 Swedish outfit Alien have been through various musical phases that included melodic pop, rock and metal influenced material – but Alien have also been through a fair old number of musicians, especially in the early to mid-90’s.

It’s no coincidence that period of instability led to a reduction in the band’s fan base; it also led to a loss of musical identity and eventual disbandment.

With Eternity however, identity has been established – make that re-established – with the original line-up of ever present Tony Borg (guitars), vocalist Jim Jidhed (who returned to the fold in 2005 when Borg reformed the band), Ken Sandin (bass), Jimmy Wandroph (keyboards) and Toby Tarrach (drums).

The original quintet reunited and toured in 2010 but Eternity marks the first time this line-up has been together in the studio since the band’s eponymous debut album.
A quarter of a century on from that first record comes Alien album number seven, but Eternity carries a sound that will be anything but Alien to fans of the debut and aficionados of AOR/ melodic rock.

While the big sound, keyboard layers and guitar melodies of Eternity aren't exactly reinventing the melodic rock wheel, neither is the album a case of heard-it-all-before.
And that’s a neat trick in what has become a somewhat formulaic and sometimes cookie cutter genre.

The soft rock keyboard and rhythmic drumming intro of opener 'In Love We Trust' certainly hints at a return to 80’s melodic cliché’s, but there is just the subtlest hint of a rawer edge to the number as it hits its stride, which wouldn't have been the case three decades ago.
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By andy on 13 May 2014
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Aor at its finest
Fantastic comeback cd and worth every penny
A must have for any melodic rock fans outhere
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