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A Life Once Lost

Open Your Mouth For The Speechless (Reissue) + Bonus Tracks

Robotic Empire 25

Released on June 1, 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Joan Said Please Voted #2  20%
2 This Is What She Calls Home  0%
3 Prelude  0%
4 Almost Perfect But I Failed  0%
5 A Fall River Farewell  10%
6 Gentle And Elegant  3%
7 Everything Becomes Still Voted #3  17%
8 Just Before His Crucifixion Voted #1  30%
9 Why Do You Make Me Bleed  0%
10 Prepare Yourself For What Is About To Come (Demo 2001)  13%
11 The Tide (Demo 2001)  7%
12 The Dead Sea (Live @ First Unitarian Church In 2004)  0%
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Doug from Walpole, MA 
Sep 7 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

right when i put this cd in, the #1 letdown was the vocals. not a good job. The music kinda helped me ignore the vocals though and at times i really enjoyed this cd. the bonus tracks cd is also really good.

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Anthony from Friendswood, TX 
Jun 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Not as good as I expected it to be, but still enjoyable. If your looking to buy a cd by ALOL I recommend A Great Artist or their new cd Hunter which comes out this month.

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Chelsea from West Des Moines, IA 
Mar 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Well, this is a great cd.I wouldn't say it's ground breaking, because it isn't.But, it's a great metal album.The one set back is the vocals.Although the high pitch screams are simply blood curdling, you can't really understand what he's screaming.And, there aren't any lyrics with the booklet.So, that kinda sucks.I like to understand what people are saying on their albums.But it makes up for it musically.The guitars are just beautiful.Absolute breakneck, hardcore breakdowns to tear jerking picking riffs.The drums are great.Very clear.I like the two demos from "The Fourth Plague" the best.Very cool.Vocals are a little more audible.And you can really hear the progress the band has made between the two recordings.I can't wait to hear their Ferret Records debut titled "Hunter."It should be out this summer.Keep and eye out for these guys.They have serious potential.And it shows on this album.

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