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4th Gear - September Forever album mp3
  • Performer:
    4th Gear
  • Title:
    September Forever
  • Genre:
  • Date of release:
    August 15, 2006
  • Duration:
    47:49
  • Size FLAC version
    1400 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1777 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1690 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    460
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    VQF TTA MP1 AAC DTS FLAC

After Forever is the eponymous fifth and final studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band After Forever. It was released in the United States on September 28, 2007. The album reached No. 6 on the Dutch album charts. All music by Sander Gommans, Joost van den Broek and After Forever, except "Energize Me" and "Envision" by Gommans, van den Broek, Gordon Groothedde and After Forever. All lyrics by Floor Jansen.

This album is a great summation of everything we have done, says guitarist Sander Gommans. You can hear the energy of 'Prison of Desire', the melancholy of 'Decipher', the progressive approach of 'Invisible Circles' and the more catchy elements of 'Remagine'. You can’t get more AFTER FOREVER than that. Gommans is also referring to their patented Metal sound which incorporates a real orchestra. There are also some prominent guest appearances on the record – Jeff Waters (ANNIHILATOR) and singer Doro Pesch (ex-WARLOCK)

Return to Forever (Chick Corea album). Redirected from Return to Forever (album)). Return to Forever is a jazz fusion album by Chick Corea, simultaneously functioning as the debut album by the band of the same name. Unlike later albums by the group, it was released by the ECM label and produced by Manfred Eicher. The album was not released in the USA until 1975. The record is often considered one of the classic albums in electric jazz.

There are many moments on Forever when the band momentarily vanishes for a few voiceless, riffless seconds, before re-materializing with axes in hand. These trap-door jump-scares are a staple in Code Orange’s live show; they turn mosh pits into fever swamps, making you doubt it you’ll make it out of the venue alive. High-definition production and label home aside, Forever is hardly the platonic ideal where heavy-metal crossovers are concerned. Its 11-track, 35-minute runtime proves an abrasive, acerbic listen from start to finish, firmly situating it within the burned wheelhouse occupied by bands like Nails and Knocked Loose, as opposed to, say, Nothing’s big-tent breakthrough Tired of Tomorrow.

Credits

4th Gear - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Dandy Day 4th Gear 3:08
2 Remember 4th Gear 4:15
3 Change of Heart 4th Gear 5:10
4 Save Me 4th Gear 4:03
5 Let Freedom Scream 4th Gear 2:42
6 5 Miles Ahead 4th Gear 3:42
7 L.K. 4th Gear 2:32
8 Drowning 4th Gear 4:04
9 7 O'Clock Something 4th Gear 3:47
10 Cali 4th Gear 3:29
11 Graduation Song 4th Gear 2:31
12 Nosebleed 4th Gear 4:49
13 Light Up the Sky Tonight 4th Gear 3:37