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Your ongoing support of Heavy Harmonies is appreciated! My Lists What is this? Latest Audio Samples See all The first half of this record is awesome. The second half doesn't really do it somehow though. I can only come to the conclusion that it's because the first half of the record is co-written by Tony Mills, whereas the second half isn't. The impact of tracks like 'Changing Ways' and 'So Wrong' just totally blow the second half of the album out of the water and as such it becomes a little less impressive.
Este disco es horrible! Me encanta Shy , pero me ha decepcionado muchisimo este cd. What a voice! Tony Mills should win an award for his vocals on this release! Just amazing! A must have for all MHR lovers!! Great album with Tony Mills former Shy on vocals and a lot more solid than his TNT adventure i call TNT adventure coz i think he hasn't received the recognition he deserves as the potential vocalist that he is and is put on a second plain.
Track 2 for me is the best of this album Axe-Machine is right when he says that the first half of this album is better than the latter half. But, the first few tracks are awesome and the rest is listenable.
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And is it possible that Twilight of Destiny is a one-off release … and China Blue will never be heard from again? Think Journey-esque vocals with a little more fierce and passionate guitar playing; for sure, the musicianship and especially the vocals set a new standard for this kind of Rock music. Lead singer Tony Mills is one of the most distinctive singers in Rock today, one of a microscopic group who could even pretend to think about replacing Tony Harnell in TNT.
He lets his vocal hair down, so to speak, and delivers an entire album full of hearfelt, emotional and unparalleled vocals. The way Mills sings lends to a storytelling vibe, both emotional and accessible. The chorus is exactly the kind of melodic epiphany that Journey sold millions of albums with, and propels their demand still today. You know, timeless …. Instead of singing in his higher range, Mills sings lower, offering another facet to his vocal style, at least during the verses.
Petersen is allowed to show his talent as well, blasting some stellar fills while other times playing with intricacy and a deft touch. While not as memorable as some of the earlier hits, it is another side of the band you had yet to hear. The surprising aspect is the level of craftmanship in the songwriting itself, and how the band collectively brings that sonic vision to life each and every note, each and every song. Clearly, China Blue has set the bar high should they and they should decide to follow up Twilight of Destiny.
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Discography information about the CD Twilight Of Destiny released by China Blue. Twilight Of Destiny is an album full of keyboards, holding an AOR flag with a little bit of Pomp Rock (thing of STYX or ANGEL) also. The guitars. CHINA BLUE – Twilight Of Destiny - CD. Reference: FR CD Condition: New product. CHINA BLUE – Twilight Of Destiny - CD. More details.