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Dream Child - Until Death Do We Meet Again (Japan Edition) (2018)

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Release - September 14, 2018
Genre - Heavy Metal
Quality - MP3, 320 kbps CBR

 

Tracklist:

1. Under the Wire
2. You Can't Take Me Down
3. Games of Shadows
4. It Is What It Is
5. Playing with Fire
6. Light of the Dark
7. Midnight Song
8. Until Death Do We Meet Again
9. Washed Upon the Shore
10. In a World so Cold
11. Weird World
12. One Step Beyond the Grave

13. Insufficient Therapy on Mars (Japan Bonus Track)

 

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||  Guitarist: Craig Goldy (Dio) and Wayne Findlay (MSG)

Bassist: Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy, Whitesnake, Dio)

Drummer: SImon Wright (AC/DC, Dio)

Vocalist: Diego Valdez ||

 

 

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That member lineup though. Damn what a setup. Very intriguing. Gonna totally check this out!

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what a throwback :like:

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Mad respect to each member in this group. Gonna paste this here "I have a theory. Dream Child- Until Death Do We Meet Again. A tribute album to all bands mates or friends or any artists who have passed away. Just a thought. Considering each member has lost friends and bandmates in music". 

Posted this in chat. But yeah major respect to each member. They all lost someone important to them whether in music or life itself(outside music) think of this album as a tribute to those who have passed. Listen to this reminiscing in memories of your lost ones as well or those you looked up to in the music industry. Just because it's a heavy metal album doesn't mean it doesn't have 100/100 emotion.

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As much as I really wanted to like this, it's all just incredibly cheesy sounding. I loved Dio and they were the first concert I ever attended back in 1986 when I was 14 yrs old. I think the RJD wannabe vocals is what makes it so "cheesy" to me, it's like they're trying way, way, WAY too hard. Would have appreciated it much more with a different vocalist.

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where u guys get those japanese editions?

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