Mind's Eye | Waiting for the Tide (+2)

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Waiting for the Tide (+2)

by Mind's Eye

melodic progressive metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Frozen Tears
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2. Calling (Father To Son)
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3. A Pond of Thoughts
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4. Closer (Spirits In The Room Part 1)
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5. In My Mind (Spirits In The Room Part 2)
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6. Primitive Light
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7. Jealousy In Disguise
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8. Fall on Trust
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9. Circles in the Sand
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10. ...Fade Out
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11. Endless Passages
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12. Spellbound
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Album Notes
Lion Music are proud to announce the re-release of the second Mind?s Eye album, ...Waiting For The Tide, with two new bonus tracks from the band's archives. The album predates the worldwide critically acclaimed "Walking On H2O", by some four years. ...Waiting For The Tide was initially released in 2000 and received critical praise back then due to its different approach to progressive rock, sounding unlike anything else at the time with the bands trademark melody and depth. The album has long been out of print. Lyrically the album reflects on actual happenings in the bands life and has a deep and profound content. Some of the bands favorite tracks from the album are "Frozen Tears", a song about homeless people and "Calling (Father To Son)" a song about a bad relationship between father and son. The album is also home to a Mind?s Eye?s bonus instrumental track, ?Spellbound,? which shows how much the band wanted to achieve success in this business. Just listen to the playing - drummer Daniel Flores and guitarist Fredrik Grunberger were 19 years old back then - and bassist Johan Niemann was only 17! Progressive/Heavy Metal, total running time, 63:36


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