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Release date: 18 April 2012
Style: Power metal

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7.3 | 21 votes

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01. I Have A Right [radio edit]
02. I Have A Right

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Milena - 05.04.2012 at 16:35  
  Hope this ain't some awful pro-life metaphor.
R Lewis - 05.04.2012 at 17:45  
Rating: 9 Can't wait for it!
blackend - 06.04.2012 at 00:04  
Rating: 9 Cross your fingers, guys.
Milena - 06.04.2012 at 00:49  
 
Written by blackend on 06.04.2012 at 00:04

Cross your fingers, guys.

Nah, it's just a single. The album is what I'm interested in.
blackend - 06.04.2012 at 20:15  
Rating: 9
Written by Milena on 06.04.2012 at 00:49

Written by blackend on 06.04.2012 at 00:04

Cross your fingers, guys.

Nah, it's just a single. The album is what I'm interested in.


This Single is taken from their album. This should be a good preview of what's about to be heard in the album.
Troy Killjoy - 07.04.2012 at 03:59  
 
Written by blackend on 06.04.2012 at 20:15
This Single is taken from their album. This should be a good preview of what's about to be heard in the album.

Rarely do singles best represent what you're going to get on the rest of the album. Most of the time a single is the most accessible song and one that the band/label feels is most catchy and simple.
RavenKing - 07.04.2012 at 18:02  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 07.04.2012 at 03:59

Rarely do singles best represent what you're going to get on the rest of the album. Most of the time a single is the most accessible song and one that the band/label feels is most catchy and simple.


Exactly.
R Lewis - 16.04.2012 at 20:01  
Rating: 9 Two days! Two days! Two days! Two days! Two days!
voodoo turkey - 18.04.2012 at 02:58  
Rating: 8 I just bought it, the song's good although a little repetitive. It was worth the wait though and I think I'll like the album now.
Anastasia - 18.04.2012 at 22:26  
  I heard just the live version where the quality wasn't at its best, but i can say that the song is nothing special (and it's repetitive).
Hold my fingers crossed for the rest of the album.
EmeraldSword - 18.04.2012 at 22:58  
 
Written by Milena on 05.04.2012 at 16:35

Hope this ain't some awful pro-life metaphor.

Judging by the baby's foot on the single cover, me thinks so.
Milena - 18.04.2012 at 22:59  
 
Written by EmeraldSword on 18.04.2012 at 22:58

Judging by the baby's foot on the single cover, me thinks so.

Upon hearing the lyrics, I think it's more "children's rights", thank God. Maybe Tony became a dad in between this record and TDoG, who knows
Array - 19.04.2012 at 19:00  
  A rich sound, considerably heavy guitars, fitting progressions, musicians in their element. Next album should be rather good.
Milena - 20.04.2012 at 09:01  
 
Written by Array on 19.04.2012 at 19:00

A rich sound, considerably heavy guitars, fitting progressions, musicians in their element. Next album should be rather good.

I think that indeed is how the new album shall be if they've done everything right. As a fan, I'm pretty anxious to see, but given everything I've heard so far, I don't think they'll fail me this year.
BynersA7X - 21.04.2012 at 18:09  
Rating: 10 Sorry for the high rate guys hahah. Somehow this music got me. Beautiful repetitive lyrics o/
EDIT:
Surprisingly, the child in the middle of the songs is citing the Declaration of the Rights of the Child from United Nation (UN).
Milena - 21.04.2012 at 19:09  
 
Written by BynersA7X on 21.04.2012 at 18:09

Surprisingly, the child in the middle of the songs is citing the Declaration of the Rights of the Child from United Nation (UN).

Apparently I prefer Tony when he writes about stalkers, suicide and emotional trauma, but if they wanted to roll like this... why not.
DragonSavior X10 - 22.04.2012 at 01:28  
  I like this, while I wish Sonata would go back to their roots, the direction modern Sonata is going is pretty cool. I'm glad the keyboard is being used for melodies and not just chords. I want the keyboards solos back though.

Overall, I'd have to say that I'd be okay with the rest of the album being stuff like this. Good catchy mellow music.
Valaskjalf - 23.04.2012 at 20:07  
Rating: 4 This is shit. Boring. Didnt really expect anything else though - this will probably be the only "normal" song on the album and then the rest will be the goofy / spooky shit like the previous album.

Honestly...this is lame.
Milena - 23.04.2012 at 20:21  
 
Written by DragonSavior X10 on 22.04.2012 at 01:28

Overall, I'd have to say that I'd be okay with the rest of the album being stuff like this.

I won't be I'll probably skip it upon my first listen.
Vombatus - 23.04.2012 at 21:07  
  Even if I'm a big SA fan (old and new stuff), I have to admit this is horrible. Too bad.
blackend - 26.04.2012 at 18:21  
Rating: 9 After replaying this song, it's actually very emotinally beautiful and beautiful song by itself.
Sonata Arctica never dissappoint me, they never kept me from sheding a tear from the meaning of their songs.
Genial introduction to Stones Grow Her Name!

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