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This song fuckin' slaps! as the kids say these days. 

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Album is out Oct 21st.

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tracklist:

1. Welcome to the Shadows
2. The Wicked Rule the Night
3. Kill the Pain Away
4. The Inmost Light
5. Misplaced among the Angels
6. I Tame the Storm
7. Paper Plane
8. The Moonflower Society
9. Rhyme and Reason
10. Scars
11. Arabesque

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guest list

1. Welcome to the Shadows
2. The Wicked Rule the Night (Ralf Scheepers)
3. Kill the Pain Away (Floor Jansen)
4. The Inmost Light (Michael Kiske)
5. Misplaced among the Angels (Floor Jansen)
6. I Tame the Storm (Jorn Lande)
7. Paper Plane (Ronnie Atkins)
8. The Moonflower Society (Bob Catley)
9. Rhyme and Reason (Erik Martin)
10. Scars (Geoff Tate)
11. Arabesque (Michael Kiske, Jorn Lande)
 
I'm guessing the best two songs will be I Tame The Storm and the 10 minute opus Arabesque. I'm not a big Floor fan but I don't mind her. Of course Tobi had to sneak tate in there; at least it's only 4 minutes; and Tobi is likely to take care of at least 50% of the vocals. 
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On 7/13/2022 at 2:59 PM, J.S.M said:

A bit sad that there is only one song with more than 1 guest singer.

Truu. Remember the good ol' days?

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11 hours ago, tobi is an animal said:

I love a good ballad and this is a great one from Tobi. 

They actually sound great together, despite your reservations towards Floor. 

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I'll admit I was expecting the worst from this, but I have to say that well, it's basically what one comes to expect from the dude. Some tracks I really don't care for, as per usual, but a few more songs here that I actually like than I expected. 'Misplaced Among The Angels,' 'Paper Plane' and the title track are all keepers for me. 'Scars,' 'Kill the pain away' and 'I tame the storm' are all on the cusp too. Was pleased, and surprised, to see this many good songs. 

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