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1577 mb

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1276 mb

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1188 mb

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4.3 ✱


Prog Rock, Heavy Metal



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Andromeda - II=I FLAC

Andromeda  - II=I FLAC


Encyclopedia 7:35
Mirages 5:42
Reaching Deep Within 4:50
Two Is One 10:09
Morphing Into Nothing 7:34
Castaway 6:16
Parasite 6:54
One In My Head 8:02
This Fragile Surface 8:04


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8082-2 Andromeda II=I ‎(CD, Album) Century Media 8082-2 US 2003
MICP-10338 Andromeda II=I ‎(CD, Album) Avalon MICP-10338 Japan 2002
LE10008 Andromeda II=I ‎(Cass, Album) Limpid Eye Co., Ltd., New Haven Records LE10008 2002
NewH004 Andromeda II=I ‎(CD, Album) New Hawen Records NewH004 Sweden 2003
CD 8082-2 Andromeda II=I ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Century Media CD 8082-2 US 2003
NewH004-2 Andromeda II=I ‎(CD, Album, Promo, car) New Hawen Records NewH004-2 2003
MYST CD 356 Andromeda II=I ‎(CD, Album) Mystic Empire, Mazzar Records MYST CD 356 Russia 2008
IW83029 Andromeda II=I ‎(2xLP, Album) Inner Wound Recordings IW83029 Sweden 2013
IW83032 Andromeda II=I ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Inner Wound Recordings IW83032 Sweden 2013

You know a band has its work cut out for them when their first album is considered a masterpiece (in my eyes, anyway). With their debut, 'Extension of the Wish' being one of my all-time favourite records, Andromeda sure have their backs against the wall. And while 'II = I' (that's, "two is one"), doesn't quite match the quality of its predecessor, it more than stands on its own two feet as a worthy follow-up. One of the main differences between the two albums is that with 'II = I' everyone collaborated together and shared writing credits, as opposed to the previous record which was written entirely by guitarist Johan Reinholdz. It shows a band that has bonded and formed a great chemistry amongst themselves, with the results being a more polished and well-rounded release.As is always the case with progressive metal groups, the musicianship is impeccable, with each member being a true master of their respective instrument. How these guys are not the successor to Dream Theater's throne will baffle me until my dying days. Unfortunately, there are a few fairly dull and lackluster moments, which prevent this release from achieving the same five-star rating as 'Extension...'. Songs like 'Mirages', 'Reaching Deep Within' and the title track are some of Andromeda's finest, and a great representation of what this genre has to offer. Sadly, the last few tracks seem to fall flat at times. They're not terrible, but it definitely sounds like all the best ideas were used up earlier. Don't be deterred, however, as this is still a great album, and while it may not be as good as its predecessor, this certainly should not be seen as a step back for a band that are still evolving and developing.

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