Afraid So | Beyond Time

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Beyond Time

by Afraid So

Experimental/Instrumental
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Intro
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2. Beyond Time
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3. Androids
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4. 2019
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5. Light and Magic
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6. Gemini
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7. The Nile
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8. Earth Bender
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9. Bubble Man
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10. Electro Magnetic
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11. The End
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12. Cheer Up
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hauteville

an fantastically innovative album
this is a fantastic album first of all, and i has a great concept. its simple rythms that just make you wanna rock out with its effect-heavy lead guitar make for a massive contrast but it is an effective one. although at some points reppetitive it is a fantastic album and the start of a brand new sci-fi inspired genre that will truely be a treat to see blossom. the currant album in my stereo and definitly worthy of being there!