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TINDRUM - Drums Of War


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I just recently went to Amazon and purchased the $8.99 MP3 download. Why didn't anybody tell me this was that good? Now I know why this indie goes for so much on Ebay it's that good. So for those who haven't heard this yet go download it and voice your opion. The singer sounds excactly like the dude from TNT, but this band is much, much better IMO. Probably my favorite female fronted band.

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Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't this the band that had the drummer from TNT(Diesel Dahl) that was being booted by the infamous Rock It Records and there was an old long thread about this somewhere around here?????

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I have a hard time listening to Vixen let alone any other female fronted bands. Just can't get in to them...

 

Same here. Though I use to have their Cool, Calm and Collected and enjoyed it very much, I don't know if I can get through the whole cd.

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Ive listened to this for years, and had no idea it was a dude?? SHEEEIIITT!

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I'd like to point out something about Tindrum. Their debut album "Drums Of War" has a female vocalist called Tove. As far as I know, the second album "How Bout This" has a male vocalist named Dag Ingebrigtsen.

In the compilation "Cool, Calm & Collected" all the tracks belonging to "Drums Of War" seems to have been re-recorded with Dag's vocals. I've listened to the three albums in MP3, and for me, "Drums Of War" is the best of them, the high-pitched voice of Tove is far superior than Dag's IMO.

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Doods, you've put me in a mindtrip. I only own 'Cool, Calm & Collected' on CD but I thought I'd heard the other two albums. Maybe not. But 'How 'bout this' and 'Cool calm & Collected' definitely feature a male vocalist. Like Fireforce said, they must have re-recorded the tracks from 'Drums of war' on the 'Cool Calm & Collected' compilation because that's definitely a dood.

 

So, looks like I need to hear 'Drums of war' now. I agree, good band. Patchy at times and not as good as TNT, but some amazing songs.

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Doods, you've put me in a mindtrip. I only own 'Cool, Calm & Collected' on CD but I thought I'd heard the other two albums. Maybe not. But 'How 'bout this' and 'Cool calm & Collected' definitely feature a male vocalist. Like Fireforce said, they must have re-recorded the tracks from 'Drums of war' on the 'Cool Calm & Collected' compilation because that's definitely a dood.

 

So, looks like I need to hear 'Drums of war' now. I agree, good band. Patchy at times and not as good as TNT, but some amazing songs.

 

Geoff,

 

You have to go and download this from Amazon.

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