Fire Flight
Style: Melodic/progressive Metal
Release date: October 22nd 2010
Playing time: 45:00


Not bad, that's basically all I have to say. But a man has to earn his free music I suppose, so here it is; I've heard this record through about half a dozen times. And couldn't describe one track to save my life. Not because it's bad, per se, it just doesn't seem to ever take off. It's safe like putting on a life preserver to eat soup. The music itself is good, absolutely; good vocals, great instrumental work and crazy smooth production. But as a whole it plays like weak tea, toothless with no balls whatsoever.

Did you ever what the Backstreet Boys would have sounded like with electric guitars? Well here it is - Stratosphere, and that's what gnaws at me about this record. You can literally hear the talent being wasted.

One might expect this music to be played in clubs and on mainstream radio, is what I guess I'm trying to say, which the worst possible waste of talent there is is.

In spite of this I've decided to give them a relatively high score, because they are good, they just don't do it for Me. But if you like Queensr˙che and/or john Mayer you might like this.


01. Russian Summer (3:43)

02. The Battle Within (4:38)

03. Enemy of My Soul (5:11)

04. Streets of Moscow (3:47)

05. Rendevouz (3:55)

06. Shining Star (4:52)

07. China Girl (4:49)

08. Princess of the Night (5:31)

09. VIP (5:47)

10. Fire Flight (4:06)

Label: Escape Music
Promotion: Connecting Music
Reviewed by: Andy Wolfe
Date: October 19th 2010