Kelly Simonz | Sign of the Times

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Sign of the Times

by Kelly Simonz

Japan's answer to Yngwie Malmsteen but also a good singer and composer...
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. Eternal Flame
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2. Still
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3. King of the Castle
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4. Solitude
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2:40 $0.99
5. Blind Faith
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6. Sign Of The Times
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7. Suite In B Minor BWV1067
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8. Cry for You
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9. Serpent in Pardise
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10. Pain
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11. Stay In My Heart
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12. Blind Faith (Live)
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Album Notes
Japan's very own guitar hero/singer Kelly Simonz is heavily influenced by Yngwie Malmsteen, but on Sign Of The Times, his songwriting is much more melodic and varied. The CD contains everything from a piano ballad, acoustic guitars, melodic hard rock to full blast shred and even a live track. This world version exclusively includes the following new tracks: "Still", a ballad featuring beautiful piano works, "King Of The Castle", which captures the most aggressive and heaviest side of Blindfaith, and "Blind Faith (Live)" a selection of the best performance from 2001 live recordings, which previews the band's ever-to-be-heard musicianship, such as versatile rhythm arrangements for the live show. Simonz believes this song will set Blindfaith multidimensionally apart from the crowd with a definitive musical statement, especially for the world-wide listeners. A total of five instrumentals are included ("Solitude", "Suite In B Minor BWV1067", "Cry For You", "Pain" and the title track).


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