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Sounds pretty good, but not really any different to the mid-tempo fare of his other solo discs, and I'd rather wait for a new MASTERPLAN than pick this up...

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I've had this one, Hunter and Green Eyed Stare on heavy rotation at home and I have to say I am digging this. Yeah, it's exactly the same as all his other CDs and the songs sound like they're from the same recording sessions... but it'd be a good (10 year) recording session!

 

Seriously, some good stuff here. I think track 5 was an early fave, with a nice big melodic chorus. But as always, solid as hell.

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Geoff, funny you mention that the songs sound like they were all recorded at the same sessions because supposedly 1/2 the songs were written back in the 80s by a band Jorn was in.

 

I like the diversity of the album, alot of different styles on it like the Out To Every Nation album .

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Geoff, funny you mention that the songs sound like they were all recorded at the same sessions because supposedly 1/2 the songs were written back in the 80s by a band Jorn was in.

 

I like the diversity of the album, alot of different styles on it like the Out To Every Nation album .

 

Is this anything like OTEN?

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I'm probably the biggest JORN collector in the world (contrary to what is said over at Jorn's forum) but the new CD is a major let down. A few kickass tracks and a buncha throw away songs IMO.

 

I'm getting tired of the mid tempo rut he is stuck in lately. I like variety. Its the same reason I mock shit bands like Dragonforce who are Power Metal's version of AC/DC.

 

Incredible voice, killer production but songwise the album could have been a lot stronger with some more versatile songwriting.

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Geoff, funny you mention that the songs sound like they were all recorded at the same sessions because supposedly 1/2 the songs were written back in the 80s by a band Jorn was in.

 

I like the diversity of the album, alot of different styles on it like the Out To Every Nation album .

 

Is this anything like OTEN?

 

The songs don't sound like the songs on OTEN but the songs each have different styles like the songs did on OTEN yes.

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I'm probably the biggest JORN collector in the world (contrary to what is said over at Jorn's forum) but the new CD is a major let down. A few kickass tracks and a buncha throw away songs IMO.

 

I'm getting tired of the mid tempo rut he is stuck in lately. I like variety. Its the same reason I mock shit bands like Dragonforce who are Power Metal's version of AC/DC.

 

Incredible voice, killer production but songwise the album could have been a lot stronger with some more versatile songwriting.

 

What makes you the biggest JORN collecter in the world? :cartman: And what is being said @ the JORN forum to contradict you?

 

I think this is the best JORN album after OTEN.

 

BTW, what is Jorn Viggo Lofstad up to? Still in Pagans Mind? I know you guys are friends.

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I'm probably the biggest JORN collector in the world (contrary to what is said over at Jorn's forum) but the new CD is a major let down. A few kickass tracks and a buncha throw away songs IMO.

 

I'm getting tired of the mid tempo rut he is stuck in lately. I like variety. Its the same reason I mock shit bands like Dragonforce who are Power Metal's version of AC/DC.

 

Incredible voice, killer production but songwise the album could have been a lot stronger with some more versatile songwriting.

 

What makes you the biggest JORN collecter in the world? :cartman: And what is being said @ the JORN forum to contradict you?

 

I think this is the best JORN album after OTEN.

 

BTW, what is Jorn Viggo Lofstad up to? Still in Pagans Mind? I know you guys are friends.

 

FIGHT FIGHT! FIGHT FOR JORN'S LOVE DAMMIT!

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LOL, i'm not wanting to fight for JORN :P , i was just curious as to why he is the worlds biggest collector of JORN stuff. The only thing JORN has to collect is albums and a few shirts, and i have every album, albeit 1 copy each and 2 shirts, a HUGE LATB poster and 2 signed pictures and 4 bootleg dvds , 2 i think i got from Drummerman , and the Live in America DVD, ?

 

Oh yeah, i also got the Ken Hensley w/Jorn dvd. I might not be the biggest collector of JORN but i am the biggest fan :P

 

I'm just kidding, arguring over such things is silly. :drink:

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What makes you the biggest JORN collecter in the world?

 

When someone can produce a picture showing otherwise I'll eat (Storm)crow. ;) Until then....

 

This doesnt count the numerous posters, flyers, CD promos, Ark, Masterplan, Vagabond, Genius, Avantasia, The Snakes, Millenium discs, and etc etc etc as I dont have all day to take pictures. I did take these of my Jorn solo album collection though to give you an idea.......

 

The Jorn albums in various territories/Countries. Some with bonus tracks and minor variations in the artwork. This doesnt count the 10-12 extra audio/DVD bootlegs I have. I also have a jewel case version of Spirit Black and a promo but they are buried in a tote at the moment.

 

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That IS a Mighty impressive collection John. I stand corrected :).

 

btw, someone just mentioned to me that there is a "new" version of "Showdown" that was on the japanese pressing of LATB. Is it really any different than the Snakes version?

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