A Call To Arms - Mastermind (10) - Live In Tokyo (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ A Call To Arms - Mastermind (10) - Live In Tokyo (CD, Album)

  1. Mastermind started in when Bill Berends and his brother, Rich, decided to form the group. They added Phil Antolino and quickly began playing gigs. They hooked up with ZNR Records in .
  2. Mastermind (10) Live In Tokyo ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, Num) Cyclops: UK: Sell This Version: Mastermind (10) Excelsior! (Album) 5 versions: Inside Out Music: Japan: Sell This Version: 5 versions: Mastermind (10) Angels Of The Apocalypse (Album) 5.
  3. Discography information about the CD Volume One released by Mastermind. annapissoudelicihopersubtstomous.coinfo: A Call To Arms: 6. Long Distance Love Affair: 7. Eye of the Storm One By One: War Machine: Total Running Time: If you see any errors or omissions in the CD information shown above, either in the.
  4. Mastermind headed for an even more ambitious sound in this second album, indicated by the addition of two long epics, ''Brainstorm'' and ''Triumph of the will'', together completing some 38 minutes of music.I do not know if it is a matter of inspiration or better recording techniques, but ''Volume two'' sounds like an album created by a mature.
  5. Call to Arms offers an innovative mix of real-time strategy and 3rd, as well as 1st person controls. Set in the time of modern warfare, the game offers realistically modeled vehicles and heavy weaponry, as well as dozens of firearms and customizations. $
  6. It's really apparent with Jon Butcher's vocals. It's almost unlistenable. I feel bad for the artist more than I do losing my money. It needs to be redone. Fans had to wait so long for a CD release since this album came out in The first album was well-mastered. I don't know why this album /5(9).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Volume One on Discogs. Label: ZNR Records - ZNR CD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock Mastermind - Volume One (, CD) | Discogs.
  8. Not noted for prolific live performances this is the closest that most of us will get to a Lands End concert. This CD contains tracks taken from their 96 and 97 Mexicali prog festival concerts and two previously unreleased tracks that would not fit onto their last release Natural Selection. This is prog with lots of improvisation transforming their studio tracks into living musical entities.
  9. This was originally released in as a limited-edition CD by Cyclops, and since has been made available by Bill on Bandcamp. Recorded in Tokyo on January 23rd of that year, it was designed solely for people who were seeing the band in concert and might want to have a memento of what they sounded like in a live environment/5.

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