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yay !!!!!!!

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Sweet!  I was just listening to "Connected" the other night wondering if we'd get another album from these guys.

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Very tasty news. 

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need samples 

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Artwork and track listing revealed.

From FB:

Friends and likewise: 
Our new album "Love Equals War", produced by Erik Wigelius, is set to be released by AOR Heaven/GerMusica Promotion on November the 23rd 2018. Spread the word!

Track listing:
1. Love equals War
2. Your perfection
3. She leads you on
4. All I got
5. Hit
6. Ivory Tower
7. Cold as my heart
8. Please don’t leave
9. We will find a way
10. At last

Care of Night. 
Calle Schönberg - Lead Vocals
Viktor Öström Berg - Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Bass Guitar.
Kristofer V. Wachenfeldt - Keyboards, Voca
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Linus Svensson - Drums, Vocals

 

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Not a fan of the artwork, but that's alright, it's the music that matters after all.  Not sure how much songwriting input they had, but it looks like both the original bass player and guitarist are no longer with the band.  

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That's a very bad artwork.

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13 hours ago, Crazysam said:

Not a fan of the artwork, but that's alright, it's the music that matters after all.  Not sure how much songwriting input they had, but it looks like both the original bass player and guitarist are no longer with the band.  

Speaking of song writing, I wonder if Erik Wigelius contributed more than just production? There was a link there in their debut, wasn't there? 

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1 hour ago, Geoff said:

Speaking of song writing, I wonder if Erik Wigelius contributed more than just production? There was a link there in their debut, wasn't there? 

u know the production is going to be immense if he's involved 

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On 9/30/2018 at 4:39 AM, Geoff said:

Speaking of song writing, I wonder if Erik Wigelius contributed more than just production? There was a link there in their debut, wasn't there? 

It's possible that Erik is involved with the songwriting this time, but not sure.  I recall that Erik and Anders produced and mixed Connected, so they helped shape the sound, but I don't believe they received any actual co-writing credits on that prior album

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Care of Night and Wigelius sound like a decent combination. Guessing the production will be excellent, if nothing else. I'm looking forward to this.

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Samples sound nice.

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On 9/30/2018 at 4:40 AM, mAORten said:

Well, if you liked the first album, these will please you, I think.  Can't wait for the full album!

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Lyric video for the song "She Leads You On" from the upcoming album

 

 

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I haven't really thought of this as an album of the year contender - for no reason other than I just haven't been thinking about it at those times - but who knows; outside chance, I think. Should be a gem. 

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This sounds superb.

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unnecessarily long, but good nonetheless 

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Wonderful. 

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This album is great. Should be a top 10 contender for many here.

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3 minutes ago, heavyharmonies said:

This album is great. Should be a top 10 contender for many here.

good to hear, the debut is great and still gets spins from me.

I just hope they don't make these songs unnecessarily long - anything over 5 mins for a standard melodic song is a bit of a drag imo.

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