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8 thoughts on “ Falling Down - Pallas (2) - XXV (CD, Album)

  1. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Music Theories Falling Down · Pallas XXV ℗ Mascot Music Productions and Publishing BV Composer: Queensryche Auto-generated by YouTube.
  2. Artwork [Original Pallas Logo and Doves] – Patrick Woodroffe Bass [Rickenbacker Stereo Bass, Ibanez 5 String Bass], Vocals, Pedalboard [Moog Taurus Bass Pedals], Electronics [Ampeg Svt Pro amps and Ampeg 8 x 10 cab, Line 6 1 x 10 studio amp], Effects [Line 6 Bass Pod Pro], Other [Rotosound Strings] – Graeme Murray/5(18).
  3. Description studio album from UK Prog band, it's the sequel to their hugely successful 'Sentinel' debut album from This is the first LP with new vocalist Paul Mackie. Includes bonus PAL DVD with live concert footage from Loreley.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pallas - XXV at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Pallas collection.
  5. Listen to your favourite songs from XXV by Pallas now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. album. XXV Pallas. 11 songs (1 hour and 1 minute) Released on 21 January My Songs; Unlimited; 1. Falling Down: 2. Crash And Burn: 3. Something In The Deep: 4. Monster: 5. The.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of XXV on Discogs. Label: Music Theories Recordings (2) - MTR 2,Mascot Label Group (2) - MTR 2 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock.
  7. Armed with this grand concept, Pallas have moulded the music to the storyline superbly to create a cohesive and truly great progressive rock concept album. The album kicks off in spectacular fashion with 'Falling Down', a track which sets the scene for the concept to come, as well as establishing a few melodic links with the original Sentinel.
  8. Overall, XXV is well-rounded and impressive. Some have already called for Pallas' XXV to be prog rock album of the year. Shit. It's only February! But I get my colleague's enthusiasm. As with most genres, the old school is the new school, and Pallas easily 'schools' the youngsters with their dynamic and modern progressive rock. Quite recommended!

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