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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Intelligent Rock!, 17 Aug 2002
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Adam (DERBY, United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Blessing In Disguise (Audio CD)
This album is a classic that any rock fan should add to their collection. The songs are tremendous, delivering hard punchy riffs as well as driving melodic vocals. The band have matured since their earlier offerings, "Metal Church" and "Dark", and this album is their finest hour.
From fast rockers such as "Fake Healer" to the gradually building up songs such as "Anthem For The Estranged" and "Badlands", "Blessing in Disguise" delivers an aural delight for any self-respecting rock fan.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Album., 29 July 2013
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This is a good old fashion heavy metal band from the days when heavy metal was young and fresh, the album has not dated at all in the last 25 years, still sound as good today as it did back in the day !!!!, Brought this to build up my collecting of albums from yesteryear, if you have never heard of the band you will not be upset on spending your hard earned cash on this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Contains the best track ever heard..., 31 Mar 2014
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...which is "Anthem to the Estranged". The entire album is brilliant and the group is clearly underrated! Finally I have managed to replace an old cassette with a CD...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars New Singer New Metal Church, 14 April 2007
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Mr. A. Clement "alzmail" (Milton Keynes/UK) - See all my reviews
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How can you follow 'The Dark'? Well it was there job to do it and they did a fine job. There is a fuzzier production which is a bit of a shame as you tend to lose parts of songs in the very muddy mix which is a far cry from the dark's crisp clean production.

The band have evolved or matured alot and have penned some very catchy tunes,the new Vocalist Mike Howe is superb,less screamy than Wayne and more of a texas twang and much more pleasing to the ears,he adds an extra dimension to the church,it sold well and i have the cherry lane guitar book for this album to prove it.

It starts off with 'Fake Healer',a very catchy song about the medical practises of America,proper headbanging stuff and it sticks in your head next up is 'Rest In Pieces' about the titanic and is another great song,there's plenty of melody and these songs certainly sit in your head,with the hooks of 'Badlands' and 'The Spell can't be broken'it truly is a great album it's polished off with a great instrumental 'It's A Secret',a great cd for sure,i highly recommend it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Still their best by miles!, 26 April 2014
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Gm Linkson "olskoolnonumetal" (Mitcham/Surrey/England) - See all my reviews
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Ever since it's inception in 1989 it has been the best thing they've ever done for me. Mike Howe to this day has been the best vocalist with one of the most unique voices in this music there is. Why the hell after the 3 albums he did with them did he fall off the radar? This record brings back lots of memories from my glory days and feel it has stood the test of time sounding still as amazing as it ever did 25 years on! R.I.P David Wayne and thumbs up Ronny Munroe but you will never change my mind. That's not to type that the records with them aren't any good because they are!
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