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Various - Victims Of The Modern Age download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Victims Of The Modern Age
Style:
Melodic Hardcore, Pop Punk, Punk, Oi
Released:
1999
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1193 mb
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1195 mb
WMA vers. size:
1266 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
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840

Victims of the Modern Age is the second studio album by Arjen Anthony Lucassen's progressive metal project/supergroup Star One, released on the recording label Inside Out in the US on 25 October 2010 and in Europe on 1 November 2010. The album continues the style introduced on Star One's previous studio album by mixing progressive metal and space rock

The Making of Victims of the Modern Age (Video).

But with the various changes that have taken place, there is still a great sense of familiarity as just about every performer from Space Metal is back for another great round. As expected, the album's four singers stand out the most. In particular, Symphony X's Russell Allen and Edge of Sanity's Dan Swano do an astounding job of leading the songs while Threshold's Damian Wilson and After Forever's Floor Jansen provide some great support. I would highly recommend this album to already-established fans of the man's work in addition to admirers of bands such as Symphony and Dream Theater. Hell, I would even recommend it to science fiction connoisseurs on the basis of the lyrics serving as a pretty decent gateway. Current Highlights: Digital Rain, Earth That Was, Victims of the Modern Age, Human See, Human Do, and Cassandra Complex. Star One - Victims of the Modern Age - 60%.

Genres: Progressive Metal  .

The second Star One album Victims of the Modern Age, the follow-up to the Star One debut album, Space Metal (2002). For Victims of the Modern Age he reunited the stellar cast of lead vocalists from the Space Metal: Russell Allen (Symphony X), Damian Wilson (Headspace, Threshold), Floor Jansen (ReVamp, ex-After Forever), and Dan Swanö (Nightingale, Second Sky, ex-Edge Of Sanity). Arjen has also raised the bar significantly when it comes to the album’s sound: I think it’s my best sounding album to date; it’s a huge difference compared to the first Star One. For the guitars I spent weeks experimenting with different amps and settings in every combination imaginable - and it was worth it. The drums sound fantastic, and the vocalists all outdid themselves, putting in even stronger performances than they did the first time around.

Victims Of The Modern Age features vocal and musical assistance from a diverse range of artists including Sir Russell Allen, Damian Wilson, Dan Swan, Ed Warby, Peter Vink, Joost Van Den Broek, Gary Wehrkamp, Tony Martin, Mike Andersson and Rodney Blaze.

The album continues the style introduced on Star One's previous studio album by mixing progressive metal and space rock. Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Victims of the Modern Age are also acceptable encyclopedic sources.

Tracklist

1 Fifteen Food Not Bombs
2 Kid Dynamite Ko5-0564
3 White Kaps Lucky Strike
4 The Unseen Coincidence Or Consequence
5 Blanks 77 I Wanna Be A Punk
6 Anti-Flag 20 Years Of Hell
7 Clump Killer Space Monkeys From Hell
8 Reagan Squad Put It To Death
9 Splurge For Huey With Love And Squator
10 I Farm Quit It
11 The Usless Fucks* Never Happy
12 Furious George The French Mistake
13 The Microwave Orphans* Busted Amps
14 Saturday Supercade Closing Yesterdays
15 Dodge The Deathray I'm Not You
16 Stick Figure Suicide Not Give Up
17 The Overdrives Earl Shives
18 48 In The Basement Clair's
19 Lipmonger Don't Forget About The Ninjas
20 Boxcar The Complete Guide To Home Bartending
21 A Boy Called Spite* Pest
22 Teenage Suplicants Can't Stand It
23 On the Might Of Princes The Absentee Ballot
24 Sax 9 Canal Street
25 Space Robot Scientists Fuck You Doctor
26 Slappy When You Were You
27 Hatrick First Priority
28 Yellowcard Sorry Try Again
29 Blind Society American Justice
30 The Loiterers TV Zombies
31 The Goons Self Distruct
32 The Cuffs Hit The Streets
33 Just Because For You