Edwin Dare | Cant Break Me

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Cant Break Me

by Edwin Dare

progressive heavy metal with shredding guitars.
Genre: Metal/Punk: 80's Metal
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1. feel the power
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2. dont listen to your head
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3. the backburner
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4. never had time
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5. lies
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6. this warrior
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7. gone and run away
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8. end of the story
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9. test of will
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10. cant break me
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11. the forbidden(bonus)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Edwin Dare has been characterized as a blend between Queensrÿche, Judas Priest and Dream Theater, but the truth is that the band just stands out as completely original.
Lineup includes Jeff Kollman on Guitar, Tommy Kollman on drums, Kevin Chown on Bass, and fronted by the devistating Bryce Barnes on Vocals.
The band spend the first half of the 90's touring the states with three releases The Unthinkable Deed, Cant Break Me, and My time To Die up until the now ten year hiatis which began in 95.

Can't Break Me features heavy metal styled compositions. The diversity and musicianship on this release are just amazing and guitarists will have a hard time choosing their favorite solo -- there are a dozen to pick from. Tracks such as "Never Had Time" and "Don't Listen To Your Head" stand out with super choruses and massive riffs . Now including unreleased bonus track. Heavy Metal, total running time, 46:00


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Ian H

A classy and skilled album of metal masterpieces
If your preference is for beautifully played and composed songs, crammed with infectious riffs and solos so juicy with phrasing and chops, yet melodic and offer a mini drama. If you like to hear soaring vocals full of character and at times humour. If you like to hear a band play and write together with vision and sincerity, that doesn't sound like the other sea of clones trying to impress with fake and shallow music that has nothing to say or convey emotionally. If you like bands like Queensryche, Judas Priest and then some......

....if you have been nodding your head vigorously at most of what I have said, you need to urgently fill a huge void in your music collection....NOW!

Pedja / from Serbia/Europe

This is a MASTERPIECE !!!
I can't believe that I'm first one to write something about this cd !? Are this DIAMOND really soo forgoten and best kept secret ?! This album should be in EVERY metal heads house ! And I mean EVERY !!! This is hardly describeble, this YOU must here to believe, what a sin is that this cd and this group didn't made a BIG time in 90-ieghs ! Easyly, this is among top 5 metal cd-s of ninthies . Every head who is into Vicious Rumors, old Queensryche,Judas Priest, Savatage, this is a must own !

Tony Presley

jeff kollman fan
Love the guitar work on this album Awesome vocals!!! Rock on Jeff I cannot believe I missed these guys in the 90-s

Tony Presley

jeff kollman fan
Love the guitar work on this album Awesome vocals!!! Rock on Jeff I cannot believe I missed these guys in the 90-s

Eric R

cant break me
Very good guitar work here.The songs are very original.nice catchy hooks and shredding solos as well as good melodies.

zeke

end of the story
ive had the pleasure of meeting these guys i caught there show n spfld mo several times and wish they was still rockn rude dogs

eric l good

a Killer cd !
this cd is superb.I cannot beleive these guys didnt become huge.Melodic and powerful vocals,beyond excellent guitar,bass,and drums.This album is a must.