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    Apocalypse (16)The Bridge of Light

    Label:FreeMind – FRM014
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:Brazil
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock

    Tracklist

    Act I
    1Next Revelation4:41
    2Dreamer5:22
    3Ocean Soul7:15
    4Last Paradise7:26
    5The Dance Of Dawn7:19
    6Meet Me4:53
    Act II - The Bridge Of Light
    7Wake Up Call3:43
    8To Madeleine5:14
    9Escape5:38
    10Welcome Outside5:01
    11Meeting Mr. Earthcrubbs4:21
    12Follow The Bridge6:45
    13Not Like You3:47
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    Total playing time: 71'30"

    Recorded by Studio Live, UCS Theatre, Caxias do Sul, November 2006.

    A release packaged in a jewel case with clear tray, includes 16-page booklet.
    Track durations are not specified on the covers and are given for reference (from EAC data).

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Printed Text): 3 426300 047939
    • Barcode (Compact Text): 3426300047939
    • Mastering SID Code: none or hidden
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI T306
    • Matrix / Runout: Ι # Ι NOVODISC BR Ι Ι FRM014 3751/08 Ι #
    • Other: AA001000 (Batch ID)

    Reviews

    KinesisCD's profile picture
    KinesisCD
    Edited 12 days ago
    The Bridge of Light (71-minutes) is all new material, but it was recorded live in late 2006, with excellent sound. Apocalypse sing in English now. New singer Gustavo Demarchi has the voice and command of English to sing for any number of American stadium rockers, and if that wasn’t enough, he also plays flute. A guest electric violinist appears on four tracks, so with all these additions, Apocalypse have their most powerful sound ever. Eloy Fritsch still likes to build a fort out of his many keyboards, and there are 3-4 guys adding backing vocals. You’ll spot ELP, Jethro Tull, Marillion, Kansas, Saga, and other influences.