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4.0 out of 5 stars
Fantastic - stop the Deris slagging, 23 Nov 2004
A lot of early Helloween fans don't like this second generation of Helloween, mainly because the change of singer and they can't feel as attached to the band they first got into.
However all that aside this album is fantastic. After the disappointing Pink Bubbles and Chameleon the band really are on top form again. They really benefit from the song writing abilities and playing of the 2 new members, Andi Deris on Vocals and Uli Kusch (My favourite Drummer) on drums.
The songs themselves have a really upbeat attitude to them (well mostly) and has sleeve notes and a new part to the Keeper story. I feel this is because the band feel that they are back to their keeper standards.
Unfortunately this album isn't as good as Keeper 2 and the album that has gotten closest to this sound is Their latest offering "Rabbit Don't Come Easy" but still, a great debut for the two new members and a must buy for all Helloween fans and fans of good solid power/melodic metal