Masterplan - Time To Be King

8 | 225 votes |
Release date: 21 May 2010
Style: Power metal


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01. Fiddle Of Time
02. Blow Your Winds
03. Far From The End Of The World
04. Time To Be King
05. Lonely Winds Of War
06. The Dark Road
07. The Sun Is In Your Hands
08. The Black One
09. Blue Europa
10. Under The Moon
11. Kisses From You [Limited Edition bonus]
12. Never Walk Alone [Japanese bonus]

Jørn Lande - vocals
Axel Mackenrott - keyboards
Roland Grapow - guitars
Mike Terrana - drums
Jan S. Eckert - bass

Additional info
Produced by Roland Grapow.

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I have no words. All I have is a funny little dance that involves massive amounts of air guitar, some air drums, and an amazing Jorn Lande impersonation (seriously amazing). Ok, time to come up with some words after all, since I don't think posting a video of me rocking out will adequately explain Masterplan's Time To Be King.

published 28.07.2010 | Comments (22)

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Comments: 34   Visited by: 523 users
21.09.2010 - 04:35
Rating: 9
Just a big WoW...great album.
30.12.2010 - 11:23
Rating: 9
Musicianship: 10
Vocal: 9
Atmosphere: 8
Melody: 9
Originality: 8
Production: 9
CD Covers: 10

Best Songs:
02. Fiddle Of Time
05. Far From The End Of The World
06. The Dark Road
10. The Sun Is In Your Hands
15.01.2012 - 00:05
Rating: 10
16.01.2013 - 09:46
Rating: 9
Patrick Andersen
Absolutely fantastic! An album you never grow tired of and with repeated listens it just continues to grow on you. I find there's always a different hidden gem on it with each new spin. Jørn naturally has such a powerful voice, so it doesn't hurt one bit having Roland taking the front-center with a blazing guitar sound which perfectly rounds up the whole product sonically. Axel's keys are another highlight. All these little subtle details here and there add so much to the overall experience. The drums are steady as a freight train (no surprise given Terrana is behind the kit). The lyrics are thoughtfull and highly interesting. Each track is a killer in its own right and brings a little unique something to the table. As a final note, the whole thing is balanced remarkably between variety and unity.

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