Mirrors Edge: No laughing matter

Year1989
Label/DistributionGideon (Private)
FormatLP
Musical styleThrash Metal
Additional info-
Rarity grading
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3 out of 6 - Extremely rare!

Review

Private pressing with exclusive silver print but otherwise really no laughing matter at all or better due to the sillyness they used to call "songwriting" it is a laughing matter at all! What these California boys produced by themselves is easy to explain. A Thrash album that is caught in the midtempo and lacks of the needed speed. No single outburst of brutality on the whole record is more than a shame! Still to say that Tony Furnari had an extremely fine, slightly higher voice, just like it's needed for a classic Power Metal band. Maybe he should have tried to sing for such an band instead of wasting his talent in Mirrors Edge. For modest underground Thrash fans it's surely an ok album, but in my ears it's just a waste of money.

Tracks
Grind till death
The future
Maze of time
Eternal freedom
Take on the world
Beyond the gates of oblivion
Wasted lives
Fight
E=MC2
Chemical man
Razor's edge

Created / updated: 2011-01-17
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